We provide many of our services through a network of Neighborhood Centers, one located in each county. These centers are the backbone of the agency, making possible the close contact we have with our clients, with local elected officials, the faith-based community, business leaders and other public interest groups. Staff of each center works with the faith-based community, other social services organizations, and business and government leaders to provide needed services for low and moderate income residents of the county.
The eight Neighborhood Centers provide services that respond to local needs and fill locally identified gaps, but typical services include food assistance, a clothing bank, utility assistance, case management, budget counseling, eligibility determination for weatherization assistance, homeless prevention, child care assistance, prescription assistance, and advocacy, information and referral.
The Annual Community Services Block Grant Plan and Budget is available for those who are interested. See how and where to access the current year’s plan here.
Looking to schedule an appointment in Kenton County? Visit http://nkcac.cascheduler.com or call 859-439-4004.
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