4-H Council of Oldham County
Provides opportunities for Oldham County youth to learn leadership, citizenship & life skills.
Americana Community Center
Enables diverse individuals and families of the Louisville Metro area, including refugees, immigrants, and those born in the U.S., to realize their individual potential and build strong families.
American Red Cross, Louisville Area Chapter*
Provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prepare for, and respond to, emergencies in Jefferson, Shelby, Bullitt, and Oldham Counties in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd and Harrison Counties in Indiana.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana , Inc.
Provides a one to one relationship with a mature volunteer for youth in need of friendship.
Provides psychiatric mental health services to children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems.
Blue-River Services, Inc.
Provides services, training and transportation for children and adults with disabilities.
Boys & Girls Club of Harrison County, Inc.
Provides community-based recreational, educational and therapeutic services for youths aged 8-18.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana
Provides social, vocational, cultural, spiritual and other programming for children ages 6-18.
Provides psychiatric rehabilitation, recovery and community integration services for adults with serious mental illnesses.
Center for Lay Ministries
Provides emergency services – such as a food pantry and funding assistance – for Clark County, Indiana residents.
Center For Non-Profit Excellence
A nonprofit support management organization dedicated to being a resource for the success of the nonprofit sector in the Greater Louisville and Southern Indiana metro area.
Centro Latino of Shelbyville, Inc.
Renders basic social services and adult education to the general community in Shelby and surrounding counties.
Clark County Youth Shelter & Family Services, Inc.
Provides 24-hour residential care for adolescents in crisis situations.
Coalition for the Homeless
Serves as an umbrella organization for the area shelters and agencies that serve people experiencing homelessness.
Community Chest of Oldham County
Provides assistance to families in Oldham County that need emergency aid to temporarily meet basic needs.
Community Coordinated Child Care (4-C)
Assists parents in locating and paying for childcare; offers innovative training for childcare providers; provides childcare data to employers and policy makers; advocates for children and families on a national, state and local level.
Communities in Schools of Clark County
Committed to helping at-risk youth reach their fullest potential, delivers academic enhancement, tutoring and parental involvement and crisis referral.
Council on Developmental Disabilities
Provides information, support and advocacy services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families and other interested persons in the community.
Dorman Preschool Center
Provides early intervention to at-risk children in need of multiple support services.
Provides social services, senior companions, home care, adult daycare, telephone reassurance, crime victims' advocacy and other services for seniors throughout Jefferson County.
Family and Children's Place
Provides services for children and families affected by abuse, neglect and violence.
Family Health Center of Southern Indiana
Provides primary and preventative care and education to low-income, uninsured residents of Southern Indiana.
Family Scholar House
Ends the cycle of poverty by giving single-parent students the support they need to earn a four-year college degree
Goodwill of Southern Indiana
Provides pediatric therapies, child development, autism services and job placement to children and adults with disabilities and disadvantages.
GuardiaCare Services, Inc.
Provides financial management, guardianship and adult day health services to seniors and others at risk.
Harrison County Community Services, Inc.
Provides programs and crisis assistance including a Food Pantry and Clothes Closet. Assists individuals and families in accessing services and building assets.
Hazel Joyce Wiley Career & Financial Literacy Institute
Provides financial literacy education, homeless services, homebuyer education and free tax preparation services for the elderly and households earning under $49,000 in the community.
Home of the Innocents, Inc.
Provides emergency and long-term residential treatment and services to children with a variety of needs.
Hoosier Hills PACT
Provides advocacy, shelter, support and referral service to victims of domestic violence and other crimes. Provides Day Reporting Program and cognitive behavioral and educational groups for adult offenders.
Hope Southern Indiana
Provides emergency financial, seasonal and food assistance in Floyd County and provides the RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) in Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Jefferson and Scott counties. Collaborates in multiple initiatives and provides a Youth Development Program that serves the tri-county area in Southern Indiana.
House of Ruth, Inc.
Provides housing and support services for individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS.
Jewish Community of Louisville
Provides health-related activities, cultural and educational programs to the community at-large, including at-risk individuals.
Jewish Family and Career Services
Through therapy, counseling and support, helps individuals meet the challenges of their everyday lives by strengthening families, fostering self-awareness and sound decision making, and promoting well-being and self-sufficiency.
Kentucky Youth Advocates, Inc.
Kentucky Youth Advocates is the independent voice for Kentucky's children through research; work toward national and state policy reform; and, case advocacy/referral service.
Keystone Learning Academy
Offers childcare services and developmental programs for infants, toddlers, pre-school and school-aged children.
Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies
Provides early intervention for children with cerebral palsy, traumatic head injuries and other developmental disabilities.
Learning for Life
Provides quality character, life and career education to youth from all walks of life.
Legal Aid Society, Inc.
Offers legal advice and representation to clients who meet poverty guidelines.
LifeSpan Resources, Inc.
Provides a service network enabling older adults and the disabled to remain independent.
Louisville Asset Building Coalition
Serves moderate and low-income residents by providing free income tax preparation, reduced-fee banking products and linkages to various other financial stability building products.
Louisville Central Community Centers, Inc.
Promotes self-sufficiency in the Russell neighborhood through a variety of programs for people of all ages and provides childcare and developmental programs for infants and school-aged children.
Louisville Education Employment Partnership
Phone: 502 485-3787
Helps high school students remain in school and transition into employment or post-secondary education.
Louisville Urban League
Phone: 502 585-4622
Assists minorities and disadvantaged persons through workforce development, housing counseling and youth development and education. Improving race relations by promoting a greater appreciation for diversity.
Offers treatment programs for emotionally disabled children who have been neglected, abandoned or abused.
Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency, Inc.
Provides numerous services to the elderly, low-income and others in need.
Neighborhood House, Inc.
Provides services which enhance the quality of life for individuals of all ages in the Portland area.
New Directions Housing Corporation
Provides housing and support services for children and single-parent homeless families.
Operation Care, Inc.
Offers women and children emergency assistance, including shelter, food, clothing and medical attention.
Our Place Drug & Alcohol Education Services, Inc.
Offers a variety of prevention, intervention and education services for youth, adults and family.
Personal Counseling Service, Inc.
Provides faith-based, marriage and family, individual, couple and group mental health therapy, as well as, psychiatric services. PCS serves; Floyd, Clark, Harrison, Washington, Jefferson, Crawford and Scott Counties in Indiana as well as Jefferson, Oldham, and Bullitt Counties in Kentucky.
Provides early intervention, day camp and therapy services to children with disabilities. Provides employment, job placement, day and residential services and respite to adults with disabilities. Also provides sign language interpreting services.
Salvation Army Louisville Area Command
Provides shelter, food, clothing and other essential services to families in need.
The Salvation Army of Southern Indiana, Inc.
Serving the Southern Indiana counties of Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Crawford, Scott and Washington - provides transitional housing services to the homeless; disaster relief for victims and support for first responders; an array of basic emergency and seasonal services with case management; youth and senior programming.
Seven Counties Services
Regional community mental health center for Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble counties of Kentucky. Delivers mental health, crisis/information, addiction, prevention and developmental services to more than 32,000 people every year.
St. Benedict Center for Early Childhood Education, Inc.
Serves children (6 weeks-12 years) through a variety of programs, including after-school and summer programs.
The Arthur S. Kling Center
A Senior Community Center that provides socialization, nutritional meals, recreation, benefits counseling, social services and an important linkage to needed community resources for seniors residing in the Metro Louisville area.
The Center for Women and Families
Provides programs and housing for people affected by domestic violence, rape/sexual assault and economic hardship.
Tri-County Community Action Agency, Inc.
Serves elderly and low-income people in Oldham County; provides adult day care, an active senior center, congregate and home delivered meals as well as many other services.
Provides psychiatric residential treatment for children and adolescents.
Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS)
Phone: 502- 636-3207
Provides early educational services to children (birth to school age) who are blind or visually impaired.
Promotes the recovery of people with psychiatric disabilities; provides supportive housing with rehabilitation.
Wesley House Community Services
Offers childcare, youth services, computer education, a gently used clothing store and volunteer income tax assistance.
YMCA of Greater Louisville, Inc.
Community-based programs that support young children, teens, adults and families in building healthy spirit, mind and body for all. Programs include leadership development, healthy actions, childcare and social services.
YMCA of Southern Indiana, Inc.
Provides developmental childcare to infants through school-age children and supports services to at-risk girls ages 7-18.