Join us as we speak with experts in the field during National Homelessness Awareness Month. Learn about the prevalent issue of homelessness in Northern Kentucky and the resources available to support those in need.
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Explore the current and future state of affordable housing in KY as we discuss funding priorities, quality standards, and energy efficiency with industry experts Christie McCravy and Rick McQuady.
William and Cheyenne White lost their home in the July 2022 flooding in eastern Kentucky. In May 2023, they moved into their new house, which was built by Housing Development Alliance with support from the Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund.
From July 26 to 30, 2022, thunderstorms overwhelmed eastern Kentucky, destroying and damaging thousands of homes, and now two nonprofit developers are teaming up to address the housing need.
In nearly 5 months, Habitat for Humanity staff and volunteers in Bowling Green have built 10 townhouses that were funded in part by Kentucky Housing Corporation.
“Earl" (named changed to protect his privacy) visited the soup kitchen on the day I volunteered to prep and serve food. Trays are counted to track the number of hungry folks who came through for a fresh, hot meal.
Domestic violence is rampant in Kentucky. A study published by the Centers for Disease Control finds the lifetime prevalence of rape, physical violence, and/or stalking of Kentucky women by an intimate partner to be the 11th highest in the nation.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Jacob Tamme, who is a former American football tight end and advocate of homes for wounded U.S. veterans who will be a keynote speaker during our 2018 Kentucky Affordable Housing Conference.
For a special Independence Day post, Edwin King sat down with Heather French Henry of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA), and Ron Georgette of Operation Stand Down Kentucky (OSDKY), to talk about the issues that veterans face.
In part two of two special Independence Day podcasts, Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with Ron Georgette, founder of Operation Stand Down Kentucky