With assistance from two KHC programs (Down-payment Assistance and Mortgage Revenue Bond), Austin and Cassie were able to afford their first house, which is near family in central Kentucky.
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James Scott was living paycheck to paycheck and staying a single room occupancy unit that felt like a college dorm room, not a home. Then he found Stonewall Terrace.
KHC’s Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with executive director of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency, Ralph Perrey, about how these two similar state housing finance agencies, with a shared border and the Fort Campbell military base, are partnering together to meet unique needs.
Representatives from the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council (GLCLC), Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA), Kentucky Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Housing Partnership, Inc. (HPI), and other local organizations began to meet on a regular basis to brainstorm how resources could be merged to help almost 200 other homeless veterans in the area.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Ryan Quarles—who has served as the Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture for the Commonwealth of Kentucky since 2015.
In a two-part podcast series about the K-Count and serving homeless populations in the state, Kentucky Housing Corporation’s (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King talks with rural housing service providers for families and veterans about their tireless work to overcome challenges and provide help, hope, and housing.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Caleb Rose who currently serves as the housing and outreach coordinator for the Pennyroyal Veteran’s Center in Hopkinsville.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Beverly Isom, who currently serves as the homeless services manager at the Kentucky Communities Economic Opportunity Council (KCEOC) Community Action Partnership.
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.
In part one of two special Independence Day podcasts, Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Heather French Henry, who currently serves as the deputy commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs.