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Where families in Louisville can get help with utilities, rent and food

To help meet community needs, Louisville's non-profits and government programs are working to connect people with various resources.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — People in Kentucky are struggling to make ends meet and making a living wage is becoming harder for many families and individuals, even those that work full-time jobs.

To help meet their needs, Louisville's non-profits and government programs are working to connect people with various resources offering assistance. 

Here's a list of some assistance programs available in Louisville:

General

Metro United Way

Community Ministries

Housing 

Center for Housing and Financial Empowerment

Louisville Metro Eviction Prevention Program

Utilities 

Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Community Winterhelp, Inc.

Food 

Dare to Care



   



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