Are you homeless? Maybe you're not living on the street, but sleeping in your car, on relatives' or friends' couches, or staying at a campground. Maybe you're staying in an apartment or house that's unlivable: no running water, no electricity, exposed to the elements.
We believe everyone deserves a stable home - not a car, a camper, or a relative's couch. And families, especially, deserve that stability closer to home - not in a shelter the next county over - so that children can remain in the schools where they have enrolled.
Scott County Hospitality House wants to help.
Scott County Hospitality House receives homeless or inadequately housed clients who call our office or are referred through other agencies. We assess their needs and, if they meet our criteria, provide transitional or emergency shelter.
We ask clients to fill out some paperwork that lets us understand their situation better and determine their eligibility for our services.
- We place eligible individuals and families in local motels for one or more nights on an emergency basis during the winter months.
- For women and children in transition, we have Elizabeth Place. During their stay we provide services like case management and financial counseling. We strive to help each individual find what self-sufficiency looks like for them. For more information visit our Elizabeth Place page.
Let us help you. Call us at 502-863-0800, email us (click to email), to schedule an appointment during the week.