Homeless, Housing and Rental Assistance Programs
Housing Stabilization Program (Case Management and Rental Assistance)
Neighborhood Place's Housing Stabilization Program is designed to assist income eligible household with both long and short-term rental with case management assistance. Program participants can expect a case management experience that strongly emphasizes the development of self-sufficiency by focusing on employment, education, housing, wellness, and/or income management goals. Household must have earned income within previous six months (at least one member with a documented work history of at least 250 hours); be willing to participate in case management; and meet other eligibility criteria. Appointments can be made on a first-come, first-served basis via an automated scheduler at (502) 308-3344 or online at housingstability.itfrontdesk.com. See more details.
Rental Assistance/Eviction Prevention
Louisville Eviction Relief Efforts: www.stopmyeviction.org
Housing and Support Division
Rental assistance/case management for formerly homeless individuals
Provides rental assistance, utility assistance and security deposit assistance. Also offers general case management services for program participants, which include financial literacy/budget training, mental health services, chemical dependency services, and other case management services and referrals.
Includes HOME/TBRA, ESG Rapid-rehousing, and Continuum of Care programs.
Area Served: Residents of Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Eligibility: Most of the Federal assistance program require the client to meet HUD's definition of "homeless": currently staying in an emergency shelter or transitional shelter for the homeless, or are living on the streets or in a car.
a.) People who are living in a place not meant for human habituation, in emergency shelter, in transitional housing, or are exiting an institution where they temporarily resided for up to 90 days, and were in shelter or a place not meant for habituation immediately prior to entering that institution.
b.) People who are fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence, have no other residence, and lack the resources or support networks to obtain other permanent housing.
Intake Procedure: Clients are referred through the Continuum of Care Common Assessment Team. If you are homeless, call the Coalition for the Homeless Single Point of Entry line at (502) 637-2337 to get shelter.
Fees: Several Federal programs require program participants to pay a portion of their rent as part of the Federal housing assistance. Typically, 30% of the program participants gross monthly income will be paid for housing, the remaining 70% of the rent is paid through the Federal housing program. No additional fees are applied for the applicable programs.
Documentation Required: For all Federal grant programs income requirements have to be met. All program participants have to be at or below 80% of the Area Median Income limits. In addition, proof of disability must be met for some programs, as well as proof of housing status and/or homelessness status. Other documentation is required for new program participants.
Languages: English; translation services (LEP) can be provided upon request.
Referral Procedure: Clients are referred through the Continuum of Care Common Assessment Team.
Method of home delivery: Case management services can be provided at the home, if needed.