Elizabeth's Village | Elizabeth's Village of Georgetown, KY
Elizabeth’s Village is a nonprofit in Georgetown, KY that works to address and serve the needs of women and children in our community. Motivated by the compassion of Jesus Christ, our mission is to provide transitional housing with education, support services and community partnerships for women and women with children in Scott County.
Domestic Violence, Women's Shelter, Children's Shelter, Abuse, Volunteering, Non-Profit
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Formerly Scott County Hospitality House

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Elizabeth’s Village

Elizabeth’s Village is a nonprofit in Georgetown, KY that works to address and serve the needs of women and children in our community.

Mission

Motivated by the compassion of Jesus Christ, our Mission is to provide transitional housing with education, support services and community partnerships for women and women with children in Scott County.

Vision

Our vision is to provide a safe place and access to support services for all women and women with children that are in need of assistance to become self-sufficient.

History

Elizabeth’s Village, formerly known as Scott County Hospitality House, began with a dream to serve the homeless population in Georgetown, KY. Stacey Cruse and Scott Coburn noticed the prevalence of homelessness in Scott County Schools, and that many… Read More

In-Kind Needs

We are always in need of household items. Below is a list of donations that we are currently accepting. Either drop these items off at our transitional home located at 108 E. College St, or call 502-863-0800 if you would like to make a donation.

 

  • Toilet Paper
  • Paper Towels
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Trash Bags
  • Dishwasher Detergent
  • Liquid Hand Soap
  • Dish Soap
  • Clorox Wipes
  • All-Purpose Cleaner
  • Windex
  • Toilet Cleaner

Domestic Violence Statistics

Stats taken from NCADV

3295

Victims of abuse and their children were sheltered by Kentucky programs between July 1, 2013 and June 30 2014.

33

Percent of women have experienced some form of physical violence by and intimate partner.

66

Percent of people who are injured by intimate partners do NOT receive medical care for their injuries.

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1 month ago

Elizabeth's Village is looking for a college student who is interested in marketing and public relations! As an intern, you would be in charge of helping advertise our Makin' It Candle Program, ... See more

1 month ago

Almost a year ago we had a sweet boy move into our home from Mexico. When starting school, he was very nervous and intimidated, and didn't speak much in class. We connected him with a tutor, who met ... See more