Kentucky Statewide COVID-19 Information & Resources
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.
National Crisis Hotlines
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Where to Get Food & Other Assistance In Louisville During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Eastern Area Community Ministries
Meals for Seniors-Middletown
The Louisville Metro Government Community Service will provide distributions of frozen meals for seniors above the age of 60 and older. Their number is 502-574-5223. No reservations needed. Meals are available on a first come first serve basis.
Meals will be available through the week of April 3 at different locations around the city. Each eligible adult must show proof of age, and will be eligible to receive one box per eligible adult. Each box contains 5 frozen meals.
The distribution for the Middletown area will take place on Wednesdays from 10AM-12 PM at The East End Government Center, 200 Juneau Drive.
Narcotics Anonymous, Louisville Area: 502-569-1769
Louisville COVID-19 Match: High-Risk Match Program
“Louisville COVID-19 Match Program wants to spread a message of hope and compassion by serving and loving our neighbors who are at higher risk of complications of COVID-19. If you are a healthy young adult with low-risk factors for getting COVID-19, sign up today to be paired with an elder or high-risk member in our community who could use your help throughout this COVID-19 adventure. ”
How to Apply for Unemployment Insurance
The Association of Community Ministries
One Louisville: COVID-19 Response Fund
Team Kentucky Fund
Middletown Christian Church Resources
Our staff is here for you during this time. You can reach out to any staff member with prayer needs or other needs by visiting this page, where you will find our staff directory. Email is the best way to reach staff member presently.
If you or someone you know has a need during this time or if you would like to help, contact Denise Ward at [email protected]tian.org. We will update this page with resources as they become available or as we are made aware.