BGCAP - Finding Help
Kentucky Teleworks - With these jobs you have no commute, reduce your childcare costs, keep more of your earnings and have a better balance between work and your home life.
Kentucky Teleworks works with employers and websites accredited by agencies like the Better Business Bureau and the Telework Coalition to ensure all the jobs it lists are legitimate. The jobs listed by Kentucky Teleworks include many positions with Fortune 500 companies like IBM, Dell, American Express and others.
Most workers need a high-speed, broadband internet connection and a test is run on your home computer to insure that it meets minimum operating requirements. Generally computers are usually required to have no more than Windows XP or Vista operating systems. You will probably need a USB headset (about $20), some companies require a criminal background check but reimburse you if your record is “clean.” No company should ask you to pay for training. Joshua Ball is the manager. It is part of Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. Their phone is 606-435-8498 or 606-369-0685 email@example.com.
United Way of the Bluegrass - Each day, thousands of Central Kentuckians search for information about health and human services such as food, shelter, medical care, substance abuse treatment, protection from domestic violence or disaster relief – the list is endless.
United Way of Franklin County, a local independent, non-profit organization is the largest private funder of health and human service agencies in our community. Money raised locally stays in the community.
Heart of Kentucky United Way mission is to mobilize people to give, advocate, and volunteer, creating opportunities for a good life for all.
Kentucky Home Protection Center - The Kentucky Home Protection Center provides a centralized location for information on public services to assist Kentuckians in keeping their homes. Homeowners can find information on the foreclosure process, utility assistance and home repair assistance to make smart choices and avoid losing their homes.
Salvation Army - Find your local Salvation Army Office.
Community Action Kentucky network - Find your local Community Action Office.
Kentucky Works Program - The Kentucky Works Program (KWP) assists recipients of the Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (K-TAP) in obtaining the necessary education and training that will lead to gainful employment and self-support. This assistance includes support services necessary for the participant to obtain education and/or training.
Kentucky Housing Corporation - Download Pre-Application for Section 8 rental assistance.