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Supportive Housing

Permanent Supportive Housing
Eligible persons are homeless who live on the street, in an emergency shelter, in places not meant for human habitation, being evicted within a week, being discharged within a week from an institution in which the person has been a resident for more than 30 days, or fleeing a domestic violence situation and have a verifiable disability. The Permanent Supportive Housing Program provides permanent housing opportunities for disabled individuals or families. This program, through a grant by KHC, can serve 5 families per year.

* Rental assistance, case management, transportation, medical assistance, budget/credit classes, food assistance, heating/cooling assistance, utility assistance, educational assistance, GED preparation and referrals.

KRFDC's Supportive Housing Programs must follow Kentucky Homeless Management Information System (KYHMIS) guidelines concerning clients. Click below to read important documents regarding KRFDC's intake process.

Kentucky Homeless Management Information System Privacy Notice

Collection of Protected Personnel Information
(A copy of the KYHMIS Privacy Notice is available upon request from Shelly Benge, 309 Spangler Drive, Richmond, KY 40475.

KRFDC currently has two full-time Case Managers and one part-time Case Manager. Each Case Manager is assigned clients based on geographic location to their home and current caseload and typically has 15-20 clients at a time. In addition to their current caseload, Case Managers have ongoing contact with persons seeking housing and other forms of assistance.

For more information contact:
Shelly Howard
309 Spangler Drive
Richmond, KY 40475

The Supportive Housing Program is funded through a grant provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and are passed through Kentucky Housing Corporation.