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Get Help

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.


We want to help.

Elizabeth’s Village serves homeless or inadequately housed women who call our office or are referred through other agencies. We assess their needs and, if they meet our criteria, provide transitional shelter or outreach services to help keep women and children within their homes.

We ask clients to fill out some paperwork that lets us understand their situation better and determine their eligibility for our services.


  • For those who are at risk of becoming homeless we work with women and children to keep them in permanent housing through our Outreach Program. We provide case management, financial assistance, and connect individuals to appropriate resources.


  • For women and children in transition,  we have Elizabeth’s Transitional Home.  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 women who are experiencing intimate partner violence, we have Elizabeth’s Domestic Violence Program. We provide advocacy, financial assistance, and case management. We strove to honor client choices and to help each individual gain safety and self-sufficiency.


Let us help you. Call us at 502-863-0800, email us (click to email), or drop by our office at 107 Court St. from 11am – 3pm.