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Audubon Area Community Services Board of Directors and staff are saddened by devastation brought by the tornadoes that have impacted western Kentucky. If you wish to join Audubon Area Community Services in responding to this tragedy please consider a donation that allows us to work with individuals and families to rebuild and recover. Thank you.


Events

Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Crisis

An enrollment period for LIHEAP Crisis will run from January 9, 2023, through March 31, 2023 to assist eligible households experiencing a home heating crisis situation. Applications will be accepted during the enrollment period, or until designated funds are depleted on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Income eligibility for the program is up to and including 130% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Benefits are paid directly to the fuel vendor. Individuals should acquire and apply through their local Audubon Area Community Services, Inc. office :

Daviess – 270-686-1662
Hancock – 270-927-6500
Henderson – 270-826-6071
McLean – 270-273-3355
Ohio – 270-775-6145
Union – 270-389-3742
Webster – 270-639-5635


Crisis benefits will cover the minimum needed to alleviate the crisis not to exceed the Community Action Agency's local cost for a deliverable supply of the household's primary heating fuel or $400 for gas or electric. Households can reapply each time they experience a crisis situation until they reached their maximum benefit.


All applicants will be required to supply the following documentation at time of application:

Funding provided by Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services through block grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

About Audubon Area Community Services

Our agency's goal is to seek out, identify and work toward mitigating causes of poverty within the community; to make the community more responsive to the needs and interests of the low-income by mobilizing available resources and instilling a greater institutional sense, and to develop a system of priorities among projects as needed for the most effective and efficient use of resources for services to low-income people.

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Audubon Area Community Services office may be reached in each of the Green River Counties using the telephone numbers noted below:


Central Office – (270) 686-1600
Daviess County – (270) 686-1662
Hancock County – (270) 927-6500
Henderson County – (270) 826-6071

McLean County – (270) 273-3355
Ohio County – (270) 775-6145
Union County – (270) 389-3742
Webster County – (270) 639-5635


Specific Programs can be reached at:


GRITS Transportation – (270) 686-1651
Employment Services – (270) 686-1633
Housing Services – (270) 686-1624
Head Start/Early Head Start Programs – (270) 686-1649
Senior Corps Programs – (270) 683-1527


The Audubon Area Community Care Clinic located at 750 Salem Drive, Suite 2, and our new location at 1620 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky, are open at this time. To schedule an appointment please contact us at: (270) 686-6040.

kynect benefits

If you need assistance with health insurance our kynectors can help.
Please contact the kynector in your county listed below.


Daviess County:
Graham Temple – (270) 903-2430
Jennifer Higdon - (270) 499-3765


Hancock/Ohio Counties:
Erika Hatfield – (270) 454-4249


Henderson County:
Heather Stevens – (270) 702-7033


McLean/Webster Counties:
Elizabeth Reeves – (270) 499-4073


Union County:
Stephanie Bruce – (270) 903-6269


kynect Manager:
Kristi Nicolas – (270) 844-9624