Salvation Army in Kentucky financial assistance.

Help may be provided by the Salvation Army Family Service programs and centers across Kentucky. The various locations provide services to individuals and families regardless of their background, race, age, or religious affiliation. The amount of assistance provided is limited. Clients may be self-referred, call for an appointment or referred by other non-profit agencies to the various Salvation Army centers in Kentucky.

The Salvation Army provides access to an experienced and professional social work staff to residents. They can advise qualified families on the following services, and where to go to for financial help in an emergency. Some referrals offered may be to government programs such as LIHEAP and SNAP, and some assistance may be offered directly by the Kentucky Salvation Army branches.

Transportation – Can include volunteers driving someone to a doctor’s appointment or job interview. Or they may be able to refer people to car repair programs and locations that can meet your needs. Rarely the Salvation Army will be able to offer free gas in an extreme crisis.

Food – Most Kentucky Salvation Army centers have a food pantry that serves hot meals to low income families, homeless, and others who need their nutritional needs met in a crisis. Boxes of groceries may be passed out. Holiday meals and gifts may be offered to children as well. Find additional food banks. Click here.

Utilities – Get help from resources such as HeatShare. This is a Duke Energy assistance program that is run by the Salvation Army in Kentucky. Household income and other factors, such as family size, determine whether a household is eligible for financial assistance and cash grants or not. The Salvation Army will take applications for the HeatShare program until the available funds are depleted, but the process usually starts in January of each year.

Rent – If faced with imminent eviction, the Salvation Army in Kentucky may have some emergency funds to pay housing costs, security deposits and rent. The homeless or those who were just evicted can access case management to find new affordable low income housing.

 

 

 

Housing – Includes shelter, transitional and permanent housing, and Homelessness Prevention. The goal of these programs are to provide temporary housing and shelter. The non-profit can also assist with longer term permanent housing opportunities, for families in Kentucky that need a place to call home while they move towards self-sufficiency. Homelessness Prevention program offers advocacy and counseling to help those threatened. The goal is to keep individuals and families in their current housing or apartments.

Furniture, personal products, clothing and more – Families may get free or low cost clothing, furniture, and other household items. Many of these focus on people who have been impacted by a fire or some type of disaster.

Support services for employment and housing – This may include access to a computer or resume review.

The Salvation Army in Kentucky may offer a number of counseling services as well. Everything is confidential. Counseling for individuals and families can include Marital, Budgeting, Substance Abuse, Group, and Spiritual Counseling.

Locations of Salvation Army centers in Kentucky

Salvation Army Ashland, Kentucky
Address: 2212 Carter Avenue
Ashland, Kentucky
(606) 324-5751

Bowling Green, Kentucky
Location is 400 West Main Avenue
Bowling Green, KY 42101
Call (270) 843-3485
The charity supports the entire region in partnership with other sites. Some emergency funds may be for rent or energy bills. Other basic needs, such as food, clothing, and shelter are available too. Continue with Salvation Army Warren ,Edmonson, Butler County.

Campbell and Kenton
Salvation Army centers support residents of both of these towns and counties. Basic needs such as food, shelter, and housing is available. Some emergency aid, such as rent and utility bill help, may be offered for qualified Kentucky families. Click more details.

Main address - 519 South 4th Street
Danville, KY 40422
Dial (859) 236-4473 for information and services.

 

 

 

 

1006 N Mulberry St.
Elizabethtown, KY
Phone number 270-234-0833

Fayette County and Lexington region
A few centers can provide help to working poor, seniors, and those that are struggling. Read Lexington Salvation Army assistance programs.

Frankfort Corps center
517 Greenup Avenue
Frankfort, KY 40601
Call (502) 227-2638 for details

Main address is 1213 Washington Street
Henderson, Kentucky
Phone number (270) 826-4472

701 South Clay Street
Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Phone number (270) 886-9105

Louisville, Kentucky
512 West Kentucky Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40203
Call (502) 587-5058
A number of social services are made available to low income families. More on Salvation Army Louisville and Jefferson County.

Salvation Army Center of Madisonville Kentucky
Address is 805 McCoy Avenue
Madisonville, KY 42431
Phone number is (270) 821-8112

118 N 18th St.
Middlesborough, Kentucky 40965
Call (606) 248-4925

Salvation Army Corps at 1806 Scott Boulevard
Covington, KY 41014
859-261-0835

Owensboro, Kentucky
Main address is 215 South Ewing Road
Owensboro, Kentucky 42301
(270) 685-5577
Services are arranged across Daviess County. Whether it is a homeless person looking for a shelter, emergency funding from loans, or seasonal assistance, resources are available. Find help from Salvation Army in Owensboro.

 

 

 

Paducah Kentucky corps center
1128 Broadway Street
Paducah, KY
Phone (270) 443-8231

Address - 340 West 10th Street
Newport, KY 41072
Phone number is 859-431-1063

Primary address - 1675 East Main Street
Richmond, Kentucky
Phone number of this Salvation Army center is (859) 624-5826
Free food, rent help, and other social services are offered. Click more information.

 

 

 

 

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