P: (502) 587-6763

F: (502) 470-7264

120 Webster Street, Suite 325
Louisville, KY 40206

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JCPS FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH SITES

Feeding our kids

JCPS Nutrition Services began distributing free breakfast and lunch today to all children 18 and under as well as all JCPS students over age 18. JCPS has 58 sites where families can drive or walk up and get the meals from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. each weekday while schools are closed. Each child present can get a breakfast and lunch.Click button below to view a Map and Menu for the sites

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BLESSINGS IN A BACKPACK

Caring for our kids

Blessings in a Backpack will distribute weekend meals on Fridays to kids in the program at designated feeding sites by JCPS.  Click below to view participating sites.

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SENIOR MEAL PICKUP PROGRAM

Supporting our seniors

Now through April 3, up to 1,000 frozen meal packs will be distributed each weekday at six locations throughout the community on a rotating schedule. The Louisville Metro Senior Nutrition Program, part of the Office of Resilience and Community Services (RCS), rolled out Metro March for Meals to provide meals for seniors ages 60 and older while the city responds to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meals will be available on a first-come, first-served basis from 10 a.m. until noon and are limited to one box per person, containing five frozen meals per pack, each week. Older adults in need are advised to go to the center closest to their homes for assistance.
working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.

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SPECIAL SHOPPING HOURS

Retailers offer shopping without crowds

Here’s a list of stores in the area that are offering designated shopping times for the elderly or those with medical conditions:

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ASSISTANCE WITH MONTHLY EXPENSES

One Step at a Time

During these uncertain times, several companies including  LG&E, Kentucky Utilities Company and the Louisville Water Company announced measures to assist residential customers who may be facing financial difficulties in the near-term due to impacts from COVID-19. Until May 1, LG&E will suspend disconnects and waive late fees.  Louisville Water Company  will suspend turnoffs for residential customers who may have difficulty paying their bill during this time.

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FREE WI-FI, BROADBAND ACCESS FOR STUDENTS

Helping The Community

Spectrum is offering 60-day free service to households with students at speeds up to 100 Mbps for those who do not already have a subscription. Charter will also continue offering Spectrum Internet Assist for low-income households that offers speeds up to 30 Mbps.

The company said that all installation fees will be waived for new student households. To enroll in the program, call 1-844-488-8395.

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KY UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

File For Unemployment Insurance

All Kentuckians who are eligible for unemployment insurance, particularly those affected by work loss due to #COVID19, should apply.  In order to serve you better, UI claims should be filed on a specific day of the week based on the first letter of your last name.

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HOUSEHOLD PAYMENTS OF $1000

Supplemental payments for eligible Louisville households

Metro Government will give a $1,000 payment directly to eligible households impacted by the covid 19. To qualify, Louisville region households must have an income under the area median income, which is $76,400 for a family of four.  Applicants will be required to drop off documents proving their identity and loss of income related to the pandemic at their nearest Neighborhood Place location, which you can find online or by calling Metro311 or (502) 574-5000.

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SMALL BUSINESS RESOURCES COVID 19

Full list from Louisville Forward

Visit this site for a full list of small business resources available in response to COVID 19.

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FOOD BIZ ASSISTANCE-ONLINE ORDERING

Small business resources

Assistance is available at Community Ventures Corporation for any food service business that needs assistance establishing an online business ordering page.


For business assistance, contact 

Lowell Sellards 859-200-8349

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ONE LOUISVILLE: COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND

Support our community

A coalition of government and philanthropy has joined together to create the One Louisville: COVID-19 Response Fund that will rapidly deploy resources to households, businesses, and community-based organizations (nonprofit organizations) working at the frontlines of the Louisville-area coronavirus outbreak.

The goal of this Fund is to attract and provide financial assistance to help communities, households, and businesses who are disproportionately impacted by the virus and its economic consequences.

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COVID 19 HOTLINE

Latest information and updates

The COVID-19 hotline is a service operated by the healthcare professionals at the KY Poison Control Center who can provide advice and answer questions. Please be patient as we are handling a high volume of calls and want to give everyone the time they deserve. For general information, please review the website prior to calling the hotline. Guidance is being added as it becomes available on www.kycovid19.ky.gov

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RESTAURANT WORKER RELIEF PROGRAM

Support Services

The LEE Initiative in partnership with Maker's Mark will turn 610 Magnolia into a relief center for any restaurant worker who has been laid off or has had a significant reduction in hours.  They will provide dinners and supplies on a first come first serve basis.  Limit of 2 unless there is an emergency situation.  Supplies on hand include: baby food & supplies, non-perishable food, toilet paper and Tylenol.

RIVER CITY HOUSING 

Waking up safe, in a stable home is how we want everyone in our community to start the day, so they can focus on living their best lives.


For more than twenty years, River City Housing has been rebuilding sustainable houses for first-time, low-income buyers. These restorations reduce monthly expenses to ensure long-term stability for families who diversify and strengthen the neighborhoods in Louisville.

 
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MISSION & VISION

River City Housing improves neighborhoods by developing sustainable, affordable homes for first-time, low-income home buyers.


We envision a Louisville Metro in which every resident has a home they can afford, that enriches their lives. 


 

VALUES

  • Safe, reliable and affordable housing is a basic human right.

  • Development of affordable housing decreases concentrated poverty.

  • The expressed needs, perspectives and interests of current neighborhood residents must be taken into account when affordable housing development is being planned.

  • Targeting resources and energy in a limited number of defined geographic areas will increase the impact of our work.

  • Collaboration and coordination with other affordable housing non-profits, for-profit developers, neighborhood residents, government entities and other stakeholders will increase our effectiveness.

 

RIVER CITY HOUSING

Office Hours: M-F 8:00 - 4:00

120 Webster Street, Suite 325
Louisville, KY 40206

P: (502) 587-6763

F: (502) 470-7264

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“I believe what River City Housing is doing is a worthy cause, being a nonprofit and providing the things you do. You upgraded me and my life. I’m blessed. I consider River City Housing a part of my Dream Team.”

Cane Run Homeowner