Housing

One Parent Scholar House

One Parent Scholar House helps single parents earn a college degree by providing affordable housing for their families, on-site care and development for their children, counseling, and support from a community of staff and neighbors.

Location:
1156 Horsemans Lane
Lexington, KY 40504

Phone: 859.252.4828

Email: msimic@oneparentscholarhouse.org

Catholic Action Center

Catholic Action Center is open 24/7 and offers day and night shelter.

Location:
1055 Industry Rd.
Lexington, KY 40505

Phone: (859) 514-7210

Community Action Council

Community Action Council offers housing resources for a variety of situations. See the descriptions below and visit their website to check your eligibility.

Phone: (859) 233-4600

Continuum of Care Program
A homelessness prevention program for those who are at risk for or experiencing homelessness. Participants may be offered housing/rental assistance and an array of supportive services to help them move into permanent housing and achieve long-term stability.
Emergency Family Housing (EFH) Program
Provides short-term emergency shelter and supportive services for two-parent and group families in Lexington-Fayette County who are experiencing homelessness.
Permanent Housing Bonus Initiative
Provides subsidized housing and supportive services for disabled individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
Samaritan Housing Project
Provides housing assistance and supportive services for adults with a documented disability who are experiencing chronic homelessness.
Shepherd Place
A subsidized apartment complex for individuals age 55 and older with low income. Rent is based on each resident’s income minus eligible expenses such as medical prescriptions. Apartments are accessible for individuals with mobility, vision or hearing impairments.
Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)
Provides rental assistance for individuals and families with low income. Participants are provided with vouchers to offset rental costs for approved private-market housing units of their choice.

Hope Center

The Hope Center Emergency Shelter offers shelter for adult men. It is open 24 hours a day, 365 days year.

Shelter Location:
360 W. Loudon Ave.
Lexington, KY 40508

Shelter Phone: (859) 252-7881

Salvation Army

Offers housing services for single women, children, and single men with children. Contact the shelter for more information.

Phone: (859) 252-7706

Location:
736 W. Main Street

Lexington Rescue Mission

Lexington Rescue Mission provides sober living at The Potter’s House for men trying to get back on their feet. it is geared toward men who have achieved at least 30 dats of sobriety, who have participated in a recovery program and need a safe place where they can practice those principles, be held accountable, and learn how to live a sober, health life.

Phone: (859) 554-6939

Shepherd’s House

Transitional residential treatment program for men 18 years of age and older.

Location:
154 Bonnie Brae Drive
Lexington, KY 40508

Phone: (859) 252-1939

Email: jerodthomas@shepherdshouse.com

Greenhouse 17

Greenhouses 17 offers emergency shelter, supportive housing services and more to women who have experienced intimate partner violence

24-hour crisis line: 800-544-2022

AVOL

AVOL’s housing services include short and long-term rental assistance and subsidies, transitional housing, and long-term community housing for persons with advanced HIV

Location:
365 Waller Avenue Suite 100
Lexington, KY 40504

Phone: (859) 225-3000

Serenity Place Apartments

Offers permanent housing for those in recovery and their families.

Phone: (859) 252-0514

Revive Lifehouse

Provides inpatient and residential and outpatient treatment for men.

Location:
101 Richmond Ave.
Nicholasville, KY 40356

Phone:(859) 881-4505

Email: admin@revivetomission.com