The Family Emergency Shelter in Louisville provides a safe place for Rhonda and her son to call home while they are working towards self-sufficiency.
Our Women's Addiction Recovery Services provide comprehensive residential treatment for moms like Katie as well as their children.
Ruth Ann, a resident of one of our Supportive Living Homes in Southern Indiana, has a job and participates in many activities in the community every week with the help of our Direct Support Professional staff.
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Our Circle of Faith Initiative engages faith-based organizations in providing household items for clients from our Family Emergency Shelter and Women's Addiction Recovery Services. Items such as bedroom and bathroom linens, toiletries, and cleaning supplies are needed to fill both welcome baskets when families arrive at our programs, and transition baskets when they exit to their own housing. We invite faith-based groups to support this much-needed effort for families we serve.
Throughout the year Volunteers of America of Kentucky and the Council on Prevention and Education Substances, Inc. (COPES) are partnering to stop the spread of HIV in the African-American community. Click on the link above for a full list of times and locations for free, confidential testing and supplies.
For two years running, the Home Depot® Foundation has awarded grants to Volunteers of America of Kentucky to address the critical housing needs of military veterans in the Louisville area. These funds have been used to support transitional housing for homeless veterans at our Shelby Street Clinical Campus, where they receive group and individual counseling as well as case management to connect them with housing and employment services.