There are rental assistance programs that serve the good people of Mason County. Some provide transitional housing while others pay cash towards rental arrears.
(Request from Derrick in Richmond, Kentucky) I need 405.35 to stop my eviction.
Northeast Kentucky Community Action Agency (NKCAA) is a major social services organization in a five county footprint of NE Kentucky. While typical services are provided to Boyd, Elliott, Greenup and Lawrence Counties, it is the innovative emergency assistance program in Carter County that provides lasting social impact on the community.
(Request from Tamarra in Louisville, Kentucky) We have no cash and lost apartment we are homeless need help.
(Request from Shanell in Louisville, Kentucky) I lost my job at the end of March I am fighting with unemployment. I cannot pay my rent. I have been looking for jobs and have tried the local agencies for help but no funding. If you can give me information on some assistance it would be helpful.
(Request from Noel in Lexington, Kentucky) Is there any place in the surrounding area of Lexington, Kentucky that will help with my deposit and first month rent I’m being evicted and have to be out in less then three days on 05/09/2014. I don’t have the full payment of 860 that is needed to move in in time […]
(Request from Shauna in Henderson, Kentucky) After writing a long letter, Friday to please ask my landlord to give me to the end of the month to catch my rent up, and offering post dated checks for payment, I was told they are filing an eviction notice. I now have have until 5/10/14 to find $1178.50 for rent. If I […]
Pennyrile Allied Community Services (PACS) is one of the primary providers of emergency rental assistance in Hopkins County, Kentucky.
Tenants in Northern Kentucky may be able to benefit from emergency rental assistance offered through the Brighton Center.
Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas Counties provides comprehensive rental assistance to northern Kentucky tenants who have experienced recent money troubles and cannot afford their rent payments.
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