A transportation service taking disabled people anywhere in the city for $1.60 per ride. We can help you apply for this service.
A transportation service for disabled patients with Medicaid. They can take you to any medical appointment. We can help patients apply for this.
Lexington Fire Fighters
They run a toy drive that provides gifts to children around the holidays.
An organization that connects patients with Assistive Technology and Durable Medical Equipment. They can help you get donated walkers, wheelchairs, scooters and more for no cost. A social worker must connect you with this service.
An organization that provides donated glasses. A social worker must connect you for this service.
LensCrafters OneSight Program
A nonprofit that provides glasses for those who lack access to vision care.
A substance use treatment program for pregnant women and new moms. They have both residential and outpatient treatment options along with children’s services and recovery housing.
An emergency shelter for women and children. They are open 24 hours for three meals per day. They provide on-site life skill classes, job training, health care and rent/utility assistance.
Room at the Inn
A shelter that provides warm meals and fellowship for men struggling with homelessness during the winter.
New Life Day Center
A daytime stopping point for people experiencing homelessness. They provide meals, clothing, showers, lockers for belongings and more.
A day center that provides meals, clothing, specialty medical clinics, access to computers, education and social services.
A safe place for women who have been sexually trafficked or exploited. They offer food, shelter, clothing and referrals to other resources.
Lexington County Rescue Mission
A day center for people experiencing homelessness. They provide hot meals, hygiene supplies, beds and limited financial help. They can also help with laundry, food, employment and housing.
A shelter that provides food, clothing, transitional housing, health care and programs for substance use treatment. HealthFirst operates a clinic in this location.
A domestic violence shelter for women. They have immediate shelter for domestic violence survivors. They also provide case managers who help women secure housing.
A residential re-entry center for people released from incarceration. They help with the skills and motivation needed to re-enter society. They also provide shelter and assist with education, employment, clothing and family counseling.
Catholic Action Center
A shelter that provides food, beds and services for those experiencing homelessness. HealthFirst’s Goodwin Clinic is located here.
Arbor Youth Service Shelter and Outreach
Central Kentucky’s only emergency shelter for children up to 18 years old. They offer a safe, home-like environment for children in transition.
Lexington Senior Center
A community center with great resources for people over 60. These include Medicare help, exercise classes and events.
Bluegrass Area on Aging and Disability
A resource center that connects our senior patients with an in-home caregiver. They can train individuals to be paid caregivers for an older relative. They also provide meals for seniors.
Kentucky Housing and Homeless Initiative
A statewide coalition. Their advocates work to end homelessness and help Kentuckians live in affordable homes.
Lexington Public Library
An ongoing partner for vaccine clinics, homework help and application assistance. Sometimes our outreach enrollment specialists come here to help people apply for Medicaid.
Kentucky Primary Care Association
KPCA is the organization connecting and overseeing community health centers like us.
Fayette County Public Schools
The home of our school-based clinics. They provide education to the children of our community. Click here to learn more about school-based clinics.
Lexington’s local hospital for veterans and their families. Their services include primary care, medical care and mental health care.
A hospital that provides extraordinary specialty and in-patient care.
Surgery on Sunday
A nonprofit organization that provides medically-necessary outpatient surgeries to eligible individuals.
St. Joseph Hospital
A hospital where we refer patients to see specialists. We also deliver babies here.
A specialty health clinic for people without insurance. They provide podiatry, vision care and dentures for qualifying patients.
KY Cancer Link
An organization that reduces barriers to screening, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. They provide transportation to preventative care and support for people undergoing cancer treatment.
Bluegrass Care Navigators
A nonprofit that supports patients with dementia and Alzheimers. They also provide primary care for patients needing end-of-life treatment.
A hospital that offers specialist appointments, in-patient care and more.
Sister’s Road to Freedom
An organization that connects people with attorneys who specialize in clearing records.
A firm that protects families, ensuring fairness and resolving problems—even if you can’t afford a lawyer.
Kentucky Equal Justice Center
A legal service organization. They provide civil law advice for workers’ rights, consumer law, health law, immigration law and general assembly.
Fair Housing Council
A civil rights agency that works to end housing discrimination. They will advocate for you if a landlord is treating you unfairly.
Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention
A state coalition of programs and agencies supporting those experiencing homelessness.
Lexington Housing Authority
A program offering Section-8 vouchers, low-income public housing and homeownership opportunities.
We Care Food Store
A food bank that provides hot meals and food to take home. They do not require ID, and you can go here as often as you need to.
Sister’s Road to Freedom
A food bank offering fresh foods, including fruits, vegetables and bread. Everyone is welcome.
A food bank that provides boxes of non-perishables. We also provide boxes in many of our clinics. Note: You must have a photo ID to receive food at God’s Pantry, but not at our clinics.
Community Action Council
A state-wide association that offers financial assistance for rent, utilities and transportation.
Christ the King Church
A church that provides food baskets and financial assistance. Their Christians in Community Service program matches people with services.
A service that provides help with utilities, rent and food for people with low incomes. They also provide counseling and services for Hispanic/Latino families.
Adult and Tenant Services
An organization that works to prevent eviction and utility disconnection. They serve as a go-between for tenants and landlords.
Sister’s Road to Freedom
A nonprofit organization. They provide healthy lifestyle workshops, domestic violence seminars, empowerment workshops and seminars on issues affecting teens.
An organization that helps parents who have survived domestic violence. They provide parenting classes, car seats, counseling, food bank referrals and childcare.
A federally-funded program. They help recently injured or disabled people re-enter the workforce. We can help you with a referral and application.
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
A government office that helps people with disabilities find work. They provide career coaches and help with applying for jobs and obtaining skills.
A nonprofit that finds entry-level jobs for those unemployed, underemployed or with criminal backgrounds.
A nonprofit that helps people with disabilities or disadvantages achieve employment. We can help you apply for their programs.
Casa de la Cultura
A program promoting Latina culture, the Spanish language, hispanic culture and heritage.
Mountain Comprehensive Care
A community mental health service at the Catholic Action Center. They provide access to therapeutic foster care, addiction treatment facilities, programs for those with intellectual disabilities and more.
A community mental health center. They provide telehealth and in-person therapy, case management, substance use treatment and care for those with disabilities.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Lexington’s local branch of NAMI. They offer support to anyone experiencing a mental illness through support groups and trainings.
Social Security Administration
A government service that provides income for those older than 65 or adults with disabilities that limit their ability to work. We have a kiosk in our Southland Clinic that allows patients to easily apply or recertify their Social Security.
A multilingual center for immigrants and refugees. They can help you obtain information and access services.