New COVID-19 Procedures

COVID-19 is now at global pandemic levels, and people experiencing homelessness are at great risk. Like everyone, we are concerned about the health and wellbeing of our clients and our staff. Our top priority is to continue to serve clients while mitigating the spread of COVID-19. As such, the Single Point of Entry office and Prevention & Diversion

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Re:Center Ministries

Founded in 1881, Re:Center Ministries (formerly Louisville Rescue Mission) reconciles homeless and hurting people to God, family, and community by the power of Christ in partnership with the local church. Re:Center’s programs offer hope for a better life through campuses in both Louisville and Southern Indiana. Programs span a continuum of care – from prevention

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Wednesday’s Child

Wednesday’s Child, Inc.  is a 501c3 non-profit organization, whose mission is to recruit adoptive families for older foster children, to help provide support for the children while they wait and to provide encouragement and support to adoptive families. Over 30 years ago, our organization grew out of the WLKY weekly news feature which highlights older

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Coalition job announcements

The Coalition is seeking three new employees. Please see the details below and follow the instructions in each job description to apply! Housing Manager The Coalition for the Homeless is seeking a full-time, salaried employee to lead housing management activities for homeless persons accessing supportive housing.  Duties include conducting calculating and collecting rents, tenant counseling,

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FY 2017 CoC Program NOFA

The NOFA (Notice of Funding Availability) is out as of July 14, 2017. You can find it here. Here are some recommendations from Mary Frances Schafer, Director of Community Coordination, regarding next steps! Read the NOFA thoroughly, then use your log-in credentials to get in to ESNAPS as soon as possible. If you have any

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NHC: difficulty of financing affordable housing without subsidies

One of the most frequent questions we get asked is why there isn’t enough affordable housing to accommodate the need for hard-working low-income Louisvillians. One of the important reasons is that it is extremely difficult for developers to cover their costs when they are building affordable housing without additional subsidies. The National Housing Conference has just

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Louisville Homeless Numbers Drop For Third Year

The Coalition is pleased to report our annual homeless census numbers. We counted 6,737 homeless Louisvillians in 2015, which represents a 12.4% drop in homelessness over just one year. What’s more is that homelessness has dropped by 23% over the past four years in Louisville. We have had this success because of the efficient, collaborative

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