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How we help?

We help provide Food and Shelter.

If you are experiencing Food Insecurity and need help, please schedule an appointment with us.  We offer three Food Programs:

  • Food Box Delivery

  • Food Box Pickup

  • The Grocery Store

Food Box Delivery: Clients who receive a Delivered Food Box fall within the range of living at or below the federal poverty level.  Clients may qualify based on other factors.  If children are living in the home and are receiving benefits such as free or reduced lunch at school (personally) and/or the family receives food stamps.  Our staff will determine if you are the best fit for the Food Box Delivery program.

Food Box Pickup: Just like the Food Box Delivery Program, this program requires the same qualifying factors.  Because our delivery capabilities are limited, you may be placed in the Pickup program.  This means you will pickup your monthly food box at our location in Bowling Green.

The Grocery Store: Qualifying is similar to our other food programs.  This is a pilot program in the Richardsville School District.  The goal is to provide a free, client choice shopping experience.  It differs from the food box program because households can select what they receive through The Grocery rather than a prescribed food box once a month.  It also differs because households can shop twice each month rather than once a month.  Staple and Seasonal food items are stocked as well as diary, eggs, bread and other cold items.  Those living in the Richardsville School District will only qualify for this program.  The food box programs are not available to those living in this area.


Housing Initiatives

Guesthouse - Transitional Housing: Our Guesthouse is a transitional, temporary housing opportunity for those in crisis, when available.  Households may stay in the Guesthouse program for up to two years while stabilizing in work, finances, and life balance.  Guests pay their rent and utilities to House on the Hill without threat of eviction or cutoff.  Clients work on a month to month plan of paying up to the full amount based on their income.  House on the Hill is a Housing First/Fair Housing organization.  After 10 months in the Guesthouse program, resident will work out an exit plan to move to permanent housing with supports.  This plan can take up to 14 months.  The expectation is for resident to stabilize within the first year and be able to move to permanent housing after 12 months.

Impact Housing Community:  Working toward completion at the end of 2025, the House on the Hill Impact Housing Community is planned to included 98-100 single-family detached rental homes for low to moderate income families.  There is an application process and residents must meet an income level at or below 80% of the area-median-income based on household size.  The Community will include a community center with meeting space, commercial kitchen, with community classes and activities.  This develop is designed with high end finishes in 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Homes.  Homes are designed to be historic, timeless and well-crafted to stand the test of time.  The landscape of this community is planned to provide energy saving shade, outdoor gathering areas, a walking trail, community gardens as well as perennial-permaculture...fruit trees, bushes and other edible provide added food sources for households in the neighborhood.  To be considered for housing within this Community, please watch for our Application link coming in Late 2024 or Early 2025.

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