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Louisville Community Resources for COVID-19


State & Local Government Resource Websites

Kentucky Statewide COVID-19 Information & Resources

kycovid19.ky.gov

The official state hub for Kentucky COVID-19 information and resources, including a hotline to call if you think you might have COVID-19, the latest prevention guidelines, and more.

Louisville Metro COVID-19 Information & Resources 

Community & Agency Actions Taken to Assist Our Most Vulnerable. Here you can find information on all of the initiatives Louisville Metro Government is launching to help Louisville residents. 

LouisConnect

Food Assistance-Louisville


Association of Community Ministries
The Association of Community Ministries (ACM) unites the ministries of Louisville in order to enhance the effectiveness of their work and thereby improve the quality of life for people. You can reach out to ACM for food and financial assistance 

Dare2Care

Visit Dare2Care's Need Food page to locate a Dare to Care distribution center near you or you can call 502-966-3821. Please note all distribution centers are currently operating per usual; many sites are employing a drive-through food box model to help ensure social distancing.  

Please call prior to visiting, as some pantries and kitchens are temporarily closed for the protection of their volunteers. The Match Program team has worked with Dare2Care and you will be able to pick up food on behalf of your match partner. Just follow the instructions on their website and let them know you are with the match program. 

Meals for Seniors

The Metro March for Meals program will distribute up to 1,000 frozen meal packs per day to people 60 years of age and older at six locations throughout the community on a rotating schedule. ID required and people are asked to stay in their vehicles. Meals will be available on a first-come, first-served basis from 10a.m. until noon and are limited to one box per person and to five frozen meals per week. Older adults in need are advised to go to the center closest to their homes for assistance. 502-574-5223 automated information line.


Mondays – St. Stephen’s Church (1019 South 15th Street, 40210)

Tuesdays – Beechmont Community Center (205 Wellington Avenue, 40214)

Wednesdays – Sun Valley Community Center (6505 Bethany Lane, 40272)

Wednesdays – East Government Center (200 Juneau Drive, 40243)

Thursdays – Slaughter Elementary (3805 Fern Valley Road, 40219)

Fridays – Former Kroger site (924 South 2nd Street, 40203)

 

Other Community Resources 
 

Addiction Support-Louisville

Narcotics Anonymous, Louisville Area: 502-569-1769

Greater Louisville Intergroup of Alcoholic Anonymous: 502-582-1849

Other addiction support resources here.

Internet Access

Charter is offering free Spectrum broadband and WiFi for 60 days for families of K-12 or college students, beginning Monday, Mar. 16. Here’s the number to call: 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived as well. More info here.


Unemployment Insurance

Gov. Andy Beshear is waiving the waiting period and work-search requirements for those seeking unemployment insurance. You can apply by phone at 1-877-369-5984, or online at www.kentuckycareercenter.com
 

Financial Resources

One Louisville: COVID-19 Response Fund
https://www.cflouisville.org/one-louisville/

National Crisis Hotlines

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-8255
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233
https://www.thehotline.org/help/

Kentucky COVID19 hotline: 1-800-722-5725