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CASA of Madison and Clark Counties

Court Appointed Special Advocates

CASA advocates for a safe, permanent and nurturing home for abused, neglected and dependent children as assigned within the court system.

Monday - Friday
Family Services

Eastern Scholar House

Eastern Scholar House

Eastern Scholar House is a program that increases student self-sufficiency and combats poverty by removing some of the barriers to affordable housing and childcare costs. This residential program promotes self-sufficiency and economic stability for program participants and connections to supports such as academic tutoring, financial literacy, employment assistance, and access to community-based services. This is not a student-housing program. This program is open to eligible single parents in an approved post-secondary institution (including technical colleges and online programs). This project consists of three apartment buildings located at 801 Van Hoose Drive in Richmond. There are 39 housing units, consisting of two-bedroom apartments, of which two are fully-handicap accessible living quarters. Apartment amenities include a washer/dryer, dishwasher, storage space, and a designated parking lot. Housing is income based. Winterwood, Inc. provides property management and ensures the program’s compliance with funding regulation. For more information or to apply call 859-408-7025 or email Jackie Dean at jdean@foothillscap.org.

Monday - Friday
Family Services

Madison County Health Department

HANDS (Health Access Nurturing Development Services)

Voluntary home visitation program for new or expectant moms, dads, and families. HANDS provides information on prenatal care, nutrition, safety, and child development to help parents on their journey to being a successful parent. Receive information and activities to help you and your baby navigate early parenthood together from professional staff trained in the most up-to-date parenting techniques. Moms, dads, and families receive support during pregnancy and through baby’s first two years. HANDS supports families as they build healthy, safe environments for children. Call 859-626-4263 or email: hands@madisoncountyhealthdept.org

Monday
Tuesday - Thursday
Friday
Family Services

Madison County Health Department

Home & Community Based Waiver

The Madison County Health Department - Home and Community Based Waiver program is funded by Medicaid to assist senior adults and those of any age with physical disabilities to help them live in their homes as independently as possible. Our program staff can assist with the waiver application process. Adults and children who may not qualify for other Medicaid services may still be eligible through the Waiver program. We provide Case Management services and Attendant Care services which includes; light housekeeping, personal care assistance, mobility assistance, shopping, laundry and other services. The HCBW program may also cover adult day health care cost, home delivered meals and the cost of some medical supplies such as dentures, glasses, hearing aides, etc. Phone: (859) 623-3441 Fax: 859-626-4293

Monday
Tuesday - Thursday
Friday
Family Services

KVC Behavioral Health

KVC Behavioral Health

KVC offers Family First Preservation and Reunification Services.

Mon-Fri
Family Services

Madison County Health Department

WIC

Nutrition education and financial assistance for food and formula for infants and children. Participants receive monthly benefits to help with buying groceries for young families.

Monday
Tuesday - Thursday
Friday
Family Services

Madison County Health Department

WIC

Nutrition education and financial assistance for food and formula for infants and children. Participants receive monthly benefits to help with buying groceries for young families. WIC services are available on Tuesday, Wednesday and until noon on Thursday by appointment.

Monday - Thursday
Friday
Family Services