Coronavirus COVID-19 Information and Resources

For the latest on coronavirus COVID-19 in Kentucky

Community Assistance and Resources

Community & Agency Information to Assist the Most Vulnerable - this Metro Louisville web page includes up-to-date information and links on food assistance; utility assistance; digital access; Federal and State relief; small business assistance; and more.

State Unemployment Insurance - Gov. Andy Beshear is waiving the waiting period and work-search requirements for those seeking unemployment insurance at this time. You can apply by phone at 502-875-0442 or online at kentuckycareercenter.com. People are being asked to apply on the following schedule, by the first letter of their last name:

Sunday: A-D
Monday: E-H
Tuesday: I-L
Wednesday: M-P
Thursday: Q-U
Friday: V-Z or if you missed your day.

One Louisville Response Fund - provides flexible funding resources for rental assistance, childcare assistance, transportation aid, food access, utility assistance and other support as determined, via $1,000 payments to eligible households. Funds will also be made available to community-based organizations that are being hit hard by the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

JCPS COVID-19 Updates - Important information for Parents and Employees

Mental Health Help - If you’re having a mental health emergency, you can call Centerstone’s 24-hour Crisis Hotline at (502) 589-4313. You can also reach the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-TALK (8255).

Addiction Help

Other trusted sources on the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Coronavirus Research Database (ProQuest)

MedlinePlus - Coronavirus Infections

Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness - What You Need to Know About Coronavirus

 

Last Updated: 3/9/20