LIFE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Having a hard time getting on top of your bills? Finding it difficult to make food stretch? Looking for information on going back to school? Gas prices driving you crazy? We can help! Call today to enroll in our Life Enrichment Program. Gain employment skills, educational enhancement, household financial management and more. Contact the office in your county for additional information.
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Contact or visit one of our offices to receive information on local resources.
Staff can assist clients with applications to the Kentucky Prescription Assistance Program, eye exams and prescription eyewear. Please contact your local office for more information.
If you have a loved one that needs an exterior wheelchair accessible ramp built at their home, you may contact the Shelby County office. This program is only available in Shelby County.
Food boxes are provided on a monthly basis to eligible senior citizens over the age of 60 in Bullitt and Spencer Counties.
Fresh produce is provided in Spencer county weekly.
Spencer County distribute Temporary Food Assistance Program Food Boxes monthly. Call the local office for distribution dates.
Emergency Food Boxes are distributed throughout the month in Spencer County. You can receive 4 Emergency Food Boxes in a fiscal year. (July 1-June 30)
LIHEAP (LOW-INCOME HEATING ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)
LIHEAP (Low-Income Heating Energy Assistance Program) provides assistance for heating expenses during the winter months. The Subsidy component operates from November through December. Participants must meet income guidelines and be the responsible party for their heating expenses. The Crisis component operates from January through March or until the funds are expended. To qualify for the Crisis assistance the participant must meet income guidelines AND have a disconnect notice OR be within 4 days of having no heat.
Weatherization provides energy related repairs to help lower heating and cooling expenses. Repairs may include fixing or replacing the heating system, adding insulation and stopping air infiltration. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME!
COMMUNITY WINTERHELP (Funds in Bullitt County Only)
Community Winterhelp is a 501© 3 charitable organization composed of agencies in the metropolitan Louisville area. Founded in 1983, its mission is to assist low income families with utility bill assistance during the winter months (January through April) to assure that families have heat in their home. In partnership with LG&E, Community Winterhelp funding is comprised of donations from LG&E customers. LG&E provides a 25% to 100% donation match per dollar donation from LG&E customers made throughout the year.
WINTERCARE (Funds in all Three Counties)
The WinterCare Fund was established in Kentucky in 1983 when local Community Action Agencies and Utility Companies partnered to address the needs of low-income Kentuckians. The program is targeted to people who are not eligible through other heating assistance programs and have demonstrated financial need. Currently 31 utilities and 22 Community Action Agencies serving 119 of the state’s 120 counties participate in WinterCare, which is managed by the Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison and Nickolas Counties and administered by community action agencies.
Louisville Water Company (Bullitt County Only)
Funding is being provided by Louisville Water Foundation.
Program Guidelines: The program will provide a maximum benefit of $200 per client.
- Applies to Louisville Water residential customers residing in Bullitt County.
- Household income must be at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.
- Applicants must be in danger of disconnection or have been disconnected.
- Applicants are eligible for one benefit per 12 month period.
These programs are funded, in part, under a contract with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services with funds from the Community Services Block Grant Act of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.