The Louisville task force that will help determine how homeless shelters are regulated will meet again Friday.
Wayside Christian Mission needs to obtain one more permit to continue operating its hotel in downtown Louisville through November 2010.
About 80 residents of Wayside Christian Mission’s emergency shelters checked into the old Hotel Louisville building at 2nd and Broadway Wednesday night.
Kentucky is expected to receive nearly 19-million dollars in federal stimulus money to help the homeless in the state.
The Louisville Metropolitan Housing Coalition says officials continue to grapple with ways to lower the city’s rate of child homelessness and its effect on education.
A new report finds Kentucky has more homeless children than most other states. And state officials warn the problem could get worse.
After a scathing audit of the city’s housing department, Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is revising how the city spends money designated for the homeless.
Last week’s ice storm left people across the city and the state scrambling to stay safe and warm. At the same time, homeless shelters and other social service agencies that also lost power were trying keep their programs going. One was the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, which lost electricity to all but one… Continue reading Without Power and Helping the Homeless, Others
Homeless shelters and other service agencies have been struggling with storm’s effects. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. Officials at Louisville’s Coalition for the Homeless report shelters throughout the city are near or at capacity with people needing lodging during this week’s weather. And some agencies have also been doing their work without power. That includes… Continue reading Homeless Shelters Busy; Some without Power
The Wayside Christian Mission in Louisville is in need of funds and food for the holidays.