Danville Boyle County Resource Directory

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Families First Resource Directory A Children’s Place 1541 Lebanon Road Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.7176 Fax: 859.238.7819 E-mail: kbyerstoerser@emrmc.com Hours: 6:00am – 6:00pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Offers activities for children from 6 weeks to 10 years of age to foster their imagination and creativity, and to promote healthy growth and development. Currently serves approximately 200 children in 12 different agegroups.

Kristy Byerstoerser, Program Manager Advocate Homes 117 Letton Drive Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.5400 Fax: 859.236.5024 Website: www.advocatehomes.net

Program Services A Support for Community Living Waiver provider. Enables persons with disabilities to have an active life in the community.

Renee Staed, Executive Director Holly Dickinson, CSW, Assistant Executive Director Tonya Campbell, Case Manager Stephanie Bolton, Case Manager American Red Cross Bluegrass Chapter 1450 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511 Phone: 859.253.1331 x305 Fax: 859.254.8354 E-mail: sarah@redcrosslexky.org Website: redcrosslexky.org Hours: 9:00am – 3:00pm, Monday – Thursday, Emergency On-Call 24/7 Sarah Terry, Executive Director

Program Services Provides aid to victims of local disasters such as singlefamily fires. Provides disaster prevention and mitigation instruction. Assists emergency workers by providing food and drink. Sponsors Youth Red Cross clubs. Family Care Program offers instruction to families who act as caretaker to a disabled relative. Counties in the service area include Boyle and Mercer.

The Beacon Youth Services Center 203 East Lexington Avenue Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.936.8473 Fax: 859.238.1338 Hours: 8:00am – 4:00 pm

Program Services Provides various character education, violence, and drug prevention programs for students and families in Bate Middle School or Danville High School. After school and summer programs. Also assists families with referrals to local agencies for clothing, food, medical assistance, etc

Kristi Short, Director kristi.short@danville.kyschools.us

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Bluegrass 456 Crescent Drive Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.2999 Cell: 859.338.9585 E-mail: nthompson@bbbs-bluegrass.org Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday

Natalie Thompson, Program Manager

Program Services Serves children in Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln, Jessamine and Mercer counties. A community-based program pairs volunteers with children to engage in 3–4 activities per month for one year. Volunteers are paired with children one hour per week during the school year to focus on academics, play board games, and enjoy one another’s company. Eligible children are 6–13 years of age at the time they are matched, and are typically from one-parent homes.

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Bluegrass Community Action Partnership 225 West Walnut Street Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.2955 E-mail: donna.linton@bgcap.org Donna Linton, Boyle County Community Developer

Bluegrass Community & Technical College 59 Corporate Dr. Danville, KY 40422-9690 Phone: (859) 239-7030 Website: http://bluegrass.kctcs.edu

Program Services A variety of programs including housing, low income heating and other utility assistance, and weatherization of existing homes. Administers the Senior Companion and SECAP programs. Provides community transportation. Residents of Boyle County who meet certain income guidelines are eligible for services. Program Services Bluegrass is a comprehensive two-year college that will prepare you for a career or allow you to complete the first two-years of a four year degree in a challenging, but supportive environment. What can Bluegrass College give students like you?  Small class sizes  Personal attention  Experienced, dedicated faculty  Multicultural opportunities  Real world experiences

Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program th 416 South 4 Street Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.326.6142 Fax: 859.326.7006 Crisis Line: 1.800.544.2022 E-mail: cole.henson@bdvp.org

Program Services 24-hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter, housing support, individual and group counseling, case management, legal advocacy, children’s services, financial literacy, and community education and awareness. Satellite office in Danville serves victims of domestic violence and their dependent children.

Cole Henson, Family Advocate Bluegrass Prevention Center 1351 Newtown Pike, Building D Lexington, KY 40511 Phone: 859.225.3296 Fax: 859.254.2412 E-mail: djwiesenha@bluegrass.org Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm

Program Services Provides substance abuse prevention programs to 17 counties within the Bluegrass Region. The Danville Center covers Anderson, Boyle, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln, Mercer, and Woodford Counties.

Donna Wiesenhan, Director Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center - Danville Office P.O. Box 354 Danville, KY 40423-0354 Phone: 859.236.4445 Fax: 812.218.4445 24 Hour Hotline: 800.656.4673 E-mail: cari.calico@bluegrassrapecrisis.org Website: www.bluegrassrapecrisis.org

Program Services Provides free confidential services to any victim of sexual assault/sexual harassment of their family/friends. BRCC strives to eradicate sexual assault and abuse by promoting individual and community empowerment through education, training and therapeutic healing.

Cari H. Calico, Crisis Counselor

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Boyle County Cooperative Extension Service 99 Corporate Drive Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.4484 Fax: 859.236.8976 E-mail: dl_ces_boyle@email.uky.edu Website: http://ces.ca.uky.edu/boyle Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm

Program Services Offers education programs and information about agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, and community and economic development. Serves the residents of Boyle County.

Natasha Saunders, County Extension Agent Kim Ragland, County Extension Agent

Boyle County Family Resource Center 81 Bells Lane Junction City, KY 40440 Phone: 859.936.7500 ext. 5263 Fax: 859.854.0035 E-mail: carol.sargent@boyle.kyschools.us

Program Services Provides a variety of services for students and their families who are in the Junction City Elementary or Perryville Elementary School Districts.

Carol Sargent, Director Boyle County Health Department 448 South Third Street P.O. Box 398 Danville, KY 40423-0398 Phone: 859.236.2053 Fax: 859.236.2863 Website: www.boylecountyhealthdept.com Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs 8:00am – 4:30pm Tues 8:00am – 6:00pm; Fri 8:00am – 3:00pm Brent Blevins, Director Boyle County High School Youth Services Center 1637 Perryville Road, Room 127 Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.5047 ext. 3046 E-mail: sandra.clark@boyle.kyschools.us Hours: 8:00am – 3:30pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services A wide range of medical services including immunizations, TB testing, lead screening, mammography, and hearing/vision screening. Conducts community education programs on nutrition, prenatal care, family planning, smoking cessation, child care and other issues. Offers programs and education in the area of sexual health, including testing for sexually-transmitted diseases, pregnancy testing, AID prevention and HIV testing, and distribution of condoms. Program Services Serves all BCHS students and their families in providing school supplies, a clothes closet, counseling services, assistance to pregnant teens and teen parents, drug and alcohol awareness information, and assistance with job applications and placement.

Sandra Clark, Director Boyle County Middle School Youth Services Center 1651 Perryville Road Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.235.4212 ext. 3100 E-mail: kathleen.sinkhorn@boyle.kyschools.us Hours: 8:30am – 2:45pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Serves Boyle County Middle School students and their families. Provides school supplies, a clothes closet, teacher resources, parent resources/information, school programs, transportation, and a variety of other services as needed.

Kathleen Sinkhorn, Director

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Boyle County Public Library 307 W. Broadway Danville, KY 40422 Phone: (859) 236-8466 Fax: (859) 236-7692 Website: www.boylepublib.org/ Karl Benson, Library Director

Caring Touch In-Home Services 117 Letton Drive Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.238.0089 Fax: 859.236.5024 Website: www.advocatehomes.net

Program Services The Boyle County Public Library is open 7 days a week and offers a full range of services: children’s story times, book club discussions for adults, research assistance, inter-library loan service, special programs and exhibits, and both informative and recreational materials in print, audio-visual, and electronic formats. The Library also operates a Bookmobile which makes regular stops throughout the county and visits schools, daycares, nursing homes and shut-ins. For additional services such as computer classes, online tutoring services, and access to online databases such as Ancestry.com.

Program Services Offers private duty, sitter/companion service any time, 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

Renee Staed, RN, Owner Holly Dickison, Assistant Executive Director Central Kentucky Interpreter Referral 201 West Broadway P.O. Box 104 Danville, KY 40423-0104 Phone: 859.236.9888 Fax: 859.936.8705 E-mail: office@ckira.org Website: www.ckira.org

Program Services Aims to strengthen local communities by increasing accessibility for persons who have limited proficiency in English due to an auditory impairment or because they are native speakers of a foreign language. While based in Danville, staff members are available to travel all over the state.

Jennifer Paycheck, Director Centro Latino of Danville/Boyle County, Inc. 121 Toombs Court (Batewood Suite) P.O. Box 1937 Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.238.7338; 859.319.2268 E-mail: centrolatino_danville@yahoo.com Hours: 1:00pm – 3:00pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Mission is to advocate for the rights and well being of the Hispanic/Latino people, particularly the most vulnerable through: partnership, education, commitment, service and empowerment.

Kent Mann, Executive Director kent.mann@roadrunner.com Child Care Assistance Program 1000 East Lexington Ave, No. 6 Danville, KY 40422-1707 Phone: 800.809.7076 Fax: 859.239.7202 E-mail: melissa.wren@ky.gov Website: www.childcarecouncilofky.com Melissa Wren, Boyle/Mercer Coordinator

Program Services Serves as an advocate for safe, affordable, accessible, and developmentally appropriate child care for all families. Goals and services include:  Promoting quality child care  Expanding the availability of child care  Providing child care assistance to low-income families, teen parents, students. Coordinating quality child care services at a regional level.

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Community Friends Outreach Food Bank 205 Otter Street P.O. Box 1045 Danville, KY 40423-1045 Phone: 859.236.3454 Fax: 859.236.3454 nd th Hours: 11:00am – 2:00pm, 2 and 4 Wednesday

Program Services Distributes food to those in need of assistance.

Reverend Jolene Bailey, Director

Comprehensive Care Center Bluegrass Regional MHMR Board, Inc. 650 High Street Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.2726 After Hours: 800.928.8000 Hours: 8:00am – 5:30pm, Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 4:30pm, Friday

Program Services Provides outpatient mental health, mental retardation, and substance abuse services for adults and children. The Recovery Center is an Intensive Outpatient Program for adults with substance abuse issues. Other services include psychiatric services, consultation, case management, housing support, and children’s services, including an after school program. CCC also owns and manages a 12-unit apartment building.

Jackie Tackett and Kay Shawler, Co-Supervisors

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Sunrise Services Children’s Campus 1153 Perryville Road Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.936.3562 Fax: 859.936.3562 E-mail: laura@casaatwoodlawn.org

Program Services CASA at Woodlawn (Court Appointed Special Advocates) provides advocacy services for children who are abused and/or neglected in the Boyle and Mercer County Family Court System. All of our advocates are trained community volunteers who have a passion for improving the lives of children in their community.

Laura Guerrant, Executive Director Ramona Gabbard, Development/Volunteer Coordinator

Coventry Cares of Kentucky 9900 Corporate Campus Drive, Ste. 1000 Louisville, KY 40223 Phone: 502.377.4712 E-mail: mkburns@cvty.com

Program Services CoventryCares of Kentucky is a new MCO for Kentucky’s Medicaid managed care program. CoventryCares of Kentucky offers innovative programs for Medicaid members that:

Marie Burns, Outreach Coordinator

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Danville – Boyle County – KSD Community Education P.O. Box 655 Danville, KY 40423-0655 Phone: 859.239.8983 E-mail: commed@bellsouth.net Hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday – Friday Sueticia Sutton, Director

Improve care coordination Educate about health conditions and illness prevention Promote wellness and healthy lifestyles Reduce inappropriate use of services Involve organizations in the community who support our members

Program Services Computer training from basic introduction for beginners to advanced courses in Microsoft software. Offers a wide range of education and enrichment courses for lifelong learning, including arts and crafts, concealed weapons certification, photography, financial planning, eBay, and others. Provides job skills training in collaboration with the Central Kentucky Regional Job Consortium.

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Danville – Boyle County Migrant Education Program 152 East Martin Luther King Boulevard Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.238.1337 Fax: 859.238.1330 E-mail: katalin.mcchesney@danville.kyschools.us Hours: Afternoons (Danville High School, 203 East Lexington Avenue, Room 216 ) Katalin McChesney, Recruiter and Advocate Danville – Boyle County Parks and Recreation Department 110 Man-O-War Drive Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.238.1233 Website: www.dbparksandrec.com

Program Services Provides support for migrant children at their schools, assists parents with involvement in the child’s school. Refers families for assistance with education (ESL/GED), medical/dental care, eyeglasses, and clothing. Also sponsors family events. Eligible recipients include students and emancipated youth (up to age 22) enrolled in the migrant program whose families have moved to Danville within the last 3 years to work in agriculture. Program Services A variety of classes including aerobics, yogalates, karate and swimming in the facility’s pool. Sponsors youth sports programs, including basketball and walleyball.

John Drake, Director Danville – Boyle County Senior Citizens 569 Jean Drive Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.2070 Fax: 859.238.7111 Hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Programs and services are diverse and inclusive, designed to promote dignity and well-being, to support independence, and encourage continued involvement in community life.

Sheila Cain, Interim Executive Director Department for Employment Services 121 East Broadway Danville, KY 40422-0047 Phone: 859.239.7411 Fax: 859.239.7541 E-mail: emmanuel.gray@ky.gov

Program Services Offers a wide range of services designed to assist clients to find and maintain suitable employment. Services include career counseling, assistance with developing resumes and interviewing skills. Maintains a computer bank of job postings available to job seekers at no cost.

Emmanuel Gray, Director

Division of Family Support Department for Community-Based Services Cabinet for Health and Family Services 1000 East Lexington Avenue, Suite 6 Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.239.7837 Fax: 859.239.7100 E-mail: lori.baker@ky.gov Website: www.chfs.ky.gov

Program Services Determines eligibility for Food Stamps, Medicaid and the Kentucky Temporary Assistance Program (KTAP) for Boyle County residents.

Lori Baker, Supervisor

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Division of Protection and Permanency Department for Community-Based Services Cabinet for Health and Family Services 1714 Perryville Road, Suite 550 Phone: 859.239.7105 Fax: 859.239.7008 Website: www.chfs.ky.gov Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Investigates reported cases of abuse or neglect of children or vulnerable adults, including spousal domestic violence.

Kurt Fogle, Ongoing Supervisor Stacy Price, Intake Supervisor EKU Danville Campus 1560 Hustonville Rd. Suite #241 Danville, KY 40422 Website: www.danville.eku.edu/

Program Services The EKU Danville Campus is one of Eastern Kentucky University's three extended campuses. Open since 1994, the Danville Campus has allowed thousands of students, many of whom have never attended college, to pursue academic degrees or to take classes for personal enrichment or for advancement in business. The facility provides convenient scheduling and affordable access to university classes.

Ephraim McDowell Health 217 South Third Street Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.239.2429 Fax: 859.239.6760

Program Services Sponsors a variety of support groups, the Hope Clinic and Pharmacy and a variety of other services.

Audrey Powell, Executive Director for Community Services Families First Family Resource Center 152 East Martin Luther King Boulevard Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.936.8564 Fax: 859.238.1300 E-mail: anna.houston@danville.kyschools.us

Program Services Aims to remove all barriers to education and to provide early intervention to families so that children are better prepared when they do enter school. Acts primarily as a referral source to link families with other agencies that may provide them with needed assistance.

Anna Houston, Director

Family Services Association of Boyle County 447 South Third Street P.O. Box 458 Danville, KY 40423-0458 Phone: 859.236.3863 Fax: 859.936.0403 E-mail: familservicesas@bellsouth.net Hours: 9:00am – 1:30pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Provides financial assistance for low-income clients facing a temporary financial emergency, such as imminent eviction or termination of essential utility service. Offers counseling and referral services to encourage clients to develop strategies for long-term positive change toward self-sufficiency and community involvement. Clients must be residents of Boyle County.

Chrystal McPherson, Director

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Girl Scouts of KY – Wilderness Road Council 2277 Executive Drive Lexington, KY 40505 Phone: 800.475.2621 Fax: 859.299.3692 E-mail: shansell@gswrc.org Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 12:00pm, Friday

Program Services Provides programs for girls ages 5 – 17 to develop high values, self-esteem and leadership qualities as well as performing community service projects and exploring career opportunities.

S. Hansell, Membership Specialist

Grandparents Raising Children 699 Perimeter Drive Lexington, KY 40517 Phone: 859.269.8021 Fax: 859.269.7917 E-mail: echristian@bgadd.org Emily Christian, Program Coordinator

Habitat for Humanity 447 South Third Street P.O. Box 225 Danville, KY 40423-0225 Phone: 859.236.9153 E-mail: bchfh4@bellsouth.net Hours: 10:00am – 12:00pm, Tuesdays Bob Apple, President

Heart of Kentucky United Way 118 North Third Street P.O. Box 748 Danville, KY 40423-0758 Phone: 859.238.6986 Fax: 859.238.6988 E-mail: janehkuw@bellsouth.net Website: www.hkuw.org

Program Services The National Family Caregiver Support Program provides the following services:  Information and Assistance: Locating and obtaining services for caregivers  Caregiver Counseling: Formally or informally to address difficult issues and challenges  Caregiver Support Groups: Provided in local communities to foster peer support and learning  Caregiver Training: To help with problem solving, decision-making, self care, communication issues, and the like  Respite Care: To allow caregivers a temporary break from the daily responsibilities and pressures of caregiving  Supplemental Services: In the form of products or services to augment the care being provided by caregivers

Program Services Provides an opportunity for low-income families to own their own home. Each family partners with volunteers in the community who donate their time, money, and skills to build affordable housing. Maintains an ongoing relationship with partner families, including financial counseling and home maintenance education. Accepts applications from residents of Boyle County who are able to repay an interest-free loan but whose income is insufficient to obtain a regular home loan. Applicants must be residents of the county for at least 6 months. Program Services Heart of Kentucky United Way is striving to not only help individuals who are hurting, but also to tackle the root causes of community issues so that more people can avoid crisis. Thirty- nine Heart of Kentucky United Way community partners serve Central Kentucky impacting our schools, workplace and neighborhoods.

Jane Boyd, Executive Director Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Heritage Hospice, Inc. 120 Enterprise Drive P.O. Box 1213 Danville, KY 40423-1213 Phone: 859.236.2425 Fax: 859.236.6152 E-mail: hospice9@bellsouth.net Hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm Janelle Lane Wheeler, Executive Director

Caregivers by Linda, LLC 215 South Fourth Street Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.238.7611 Fax: 859.236.7225 E-mail: carebylinda@bellsouth.net Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday Stephen Foreman, Program Supervisor

Hope Clinic and Pharmacy 519 South Forth Street P.O. Box 417 Danville, KY 40423-0417 Phone: 859.236.4473 Fax: 859.236.4492 E-mail: tsasocial@bellsouth.net Hours: 9:00am – 12:00pm; 1:00pm – 4:00pm Monday – Friday Debbie Bottoms, Director Housing Authority of Danville 102 McIntyre Circle P.O. Box 666 Danville, KY 40423-0666 Phone: 859.236.6116 Fax: 859.236.7548 E-mail: hadanvl@bellsouth.net Hours: 7:30am – 5:00pm

Program Services Provides care and support to enhance the quality of life in the final stages of living. Hospice care is for the patient whose illness is no longer responding to aggressive curative treatment. Eligible clients include those who have been diagnosed with an illness that cannot be cured with a life expectancy of 6 months or less; who in agreement with their physician, desire to receive Hospice care; who desire to receive care in the comfort of their home or home-like setting and who live in Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln or Mercer counties.

Program Services Provides individuals with mental retardation or developmental disabilities with an alternative to institutionalized care. Administered by the State Medicaid program, this program allows individuals to remain in the community with support services provided by this agency. Many services are available including: community habilitation therapies, respite, behavior support, supported employment, staffed residence, as well as community living support. Program Services Services will be provided each Monday and Thursday from 5:30pm – 9:30pm at the Boyle County Health Department located at 448 South Third Street. Pharmacy services are provided through the Outpatient Pharmacy located on the Third Street entrance of Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center located at 217 South Third Street. Pharmacy hours are from 2:00pm – 6:00pm, Monday – Thursday, 7:00am – 6:00pm, Friday and 9:30am – 3:00pm, Saturday. Program Services Provides housing to low-income families in the community. Works collaboratively with other agencies to provide after school classes and activities.

Rachel R. White, Executive Director

Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 3998 South Danville Bypass, Suite 103 Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.239.7885 Fax: 859.239.7254 E-mail: ruth.dyer@ky.gov Ruth Dyer, Counselor Angie Reichenbach, Counselor

Program Services Develops individualized plan to assist clients to secure employment. Plans may include job development and placement, vocational training, vocational assessment, rehabilitation technology and support services. Eligibility: Individuals with a physical or mental impairment which results in a substantial impediment to employment and who can benefit from vocational rehabilitation. Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Kentucky School for the Deaf 303 South Second Street P.O. Box 27 Danville, KY 40423-0027 Phone: 859.239.7017 (TTY Also) Fax: 859.239.7006 E-mail: artie.grassman@ksd.kyschools.us Website: www.ksd.k12.ky.us Wilton McMillan, Director of Outreach

Program Services A center-based program serving students preschool th through 12 grade in both residential and day programs. Other services include:  Statewide Educational Resource Center on Deafness for families, school districts and service providers  Statewide Parent Resource Service Center assist parents with information, training, resources and networking with other parents of hearing-impaired children  Captioned Media Depository provides open captioned educational videos for education and/or entertainment  On-going instruction in American Sign Language

Kentucky Spirit Health Plan 201 East Main Street, Ste. 501 Lexington, KY 40507 Phone: 866.643.3153 Fax: 855.252.0562 Website: kentuckyspirithealth.com

Program Services As a Kentucky Spirit Health Plan member, patients benefit from: • MemberConnections® for preventive health practices that connect members to both quality healthcare and community social services • NurseWise® for 24-hour, toll-free phone access to registered nurses who can answer medical questions and help members determine if their condition is an emergency • Start Smart for Your Baby® for educating pregnant and new mothers on how to grow–and stay–healthy • CentAccount® for rewards-based incentives on achieving healthy behaviors and habits

Legal Aid of the Bluegrass 498 Georgetown Street P.O. Box 12947 Lexington, KY 40583-2947 Phone: 800.928.4556 OR 859.233.4556 Fax: 859.233.1907 Website: www.lablaw.org Richard Cullison, Executive Director

Program Services To resolve the most important problems of low income and other vulnerable people by providing high quality legal assistance through direct representation, education, advice, advocacy and coordination with other community resources. Provides civil legal assistance designed to alleviate the most brutal problems of the low income people living in 33 Northern and Central Kentucky counties.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 320 West Main Street Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.239.4360 E-mail: namidanville@gmail.com Website: www.namidanville.org

Program Services Provides support, education, information and referral and advocacy for Americans who live with serious mental illness today and their families. Local affiliates and state organizations identify and work on issues most important to their community and state.

Megan Shelton, Clinical Manager Lois Anderson, NAMI Representative

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


National College 115 East Lexington Ave. Danville, KY 40422 Phone: (859) 236-6991 Website: www.national-college.edu

Program Services In the heart of the Bluegrass Region of central Kentucky, the Danville campus is in one of the fastest growing areas in the state, and was established in 1975. Seven classrooms including a computer lab, lounge, resource center, and various offices are located in the spacious building situated in the historic residential district of Danville. Its programs attract students from a wide geographic area.

Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass, Inc. 1530 Nicholasville Road Lexington, KY 40503 Phone: 859.277.9215 Fax: 859.277.4843 Website: www.ombuddy.org E-mail: NHOA@ombuddy.org Hours: 8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services  All advocacy services are provided free of charge to those who need them  Provides regular, friendly visitors to nursing home residents  Provides services to residents  Protects the rights of residents of nursing homes and long term care facilities  Identifies, investigates and works to solve problems and resolve complaints  Empowers residents and families

Sherry Culp, Executive Director

Pioneer Vocational/Industrial Services, Inc. 150 Corporate Drive P.O. Box 1396 Danville, KY 40423-1396 Phone: 859.236.8413 Fax: 859.859.238.7115 TTY: 859.236.1251 Website: www.pioneerservices.org E-mail: Kathy@pioneerservices.org Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Provides job placement assistance for adults with disabilities. Vocational assessment services help individuals determine appropriate career and training areas. Adults with mental retardation and/or developmental disabilities may be served on a daily basis through the Supports for Community Living Medicaid Waiver program to enable these individuals to work and to support their goals in the areas of independent functioning, interpersonal and socialization skills and community involvement. Those eligible for services include residents of Boyle or an adjacent county with a disability which results in a substantial hindrance to competitive employment. Referrals through the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and Division of Mental Retardation.

Mike Pittman, Executive Director Nedra Boitnott, Manager of Services

Pregnancy Resource Center of Central Kentucky NIFLA 475 West Main Street, Suite 106 Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.9282 Hotline: 866.850.4250 (24 Hours) Fax: 859.236.3097 E-mail: pregnancyresourc@bellsouth.net Website: www.prccky.org Victoria Ferrell, Director

Program Services  Free pregnancy tests with immediate results  24-hour toll-free hotline staffed by trained volunteers  Individual crisis pregnancy support in a comfortable environment  Honest education on all options  STD information and education  Post-abortion healing support  Making Outstanding Mothers (M.O.M.’s) Physical needs, education and referral program for expectant and new mothers and fathers ALL SERVICES STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Salvation Army 519 South Fourth Street P.O. Box 417 Danville, KY 40423-0417 Phone: 859.236.4473 Fax: 859.236.4492 E-mail: vicki_gooch@uss.salvationarmy.org Website: www.salvationarmy.org Vicki Gooch, Case Manager

Senior Companion Program Bluegrass Community Action Partnership P.O. Box 738 Frankfort, KY 40602 Phone: 800.456.6571 ext. 215 or 261 Fax: 606.695.4290 E-mail: janet.gates@bgcap.org

Program Services Assistance with rent, clothing, furniture, food, utilities and medical needs. Programs for kids include summer camp, day camp, after school programs, music classes, adventure corps and others. Programs for adults include Hope Clinic sign-up, Men’s Club, League of Mercy, Home League, Women’s Road Trip, adult literacy class and Tae Kwon Do. Assistance is offered to residents of Boyle, Mercer, Casey, Lincoln and Garrard counties based on need. Program Services The Senior Companion Program recruits and trains active seniors to provide free in-home care and social support to the frail elderly. Services include socialization, personal care, light housekeeping, shopping, meal preparation, medication reminder, and respite care for primary caregivers. SCP services are provided free of charge.

Janet Gates, SCP Director

Special Persons Advocacy Network (SPAN) 106 South Alta Avenue P.O. Box 1861 Danville, KY 40423-1861 Phone: 859.236.6061 Lou Ann Abbott, Contact Person

Transitions: A Service of Heritage Hospice, Inc. 120 Enterprise Drive P.O. Box 1213 Danville, KY 40423-1213 Phone: 859.236.2425 Fax: 859.236.6152 E-mail: hospice9@bellsouth.net Hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Provides education and support for developmentally disabled citizens of all ages and their families. Offers recreational and social opportunities and provides funds for respite services. Long term goals include assisting with housing for these individuals in Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer counties. Monthly meetings.

Program Services Offers information and referral assistance, encouragement and support through case management and volunteer services for individuals experiencing a life-limiting illness. Individuals receiving Transitions services can be undergoing curative as well as palliative treatment. Consent for services must be given by the primary care physician involved in the client’s care.

Rochelle Sizemore, Transitions Coordinator

Well Care of Kentucky Phone: 877.389.9457 Monday – Sunday, 7am – 7pm

Program Services WellCare Health Plans, Inc., provides managed care services to health care programs sponsored by the government. We focus on Medicaid and Medicare. We offer a variety of health and prescription drug plan options. The people we help are families, children, and the aged, blind or disabled. WellCare focuses solely on government-sponsored programs ensuring that members receive appropriate care through established disease management and case management programs also offering a broad network of providers. Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


Wilderness Trace Child Development Center 409 North Stewarts Lane Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.0878 E-mail: amy.longwill@danville.kyschools.us Hours: 8:00am – 3:30pm Amy Longwill, Executive Director

Woman to Woman 217 South Third Street Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.239.2364 Fax: 859.239.6760 E-mail: w2w@emhealth.org Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday

Program Services Provides early intervention through special education, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and parent education for children birth to 5 years of age with disabilities and developmental delays. Services are provided in the home, day care or at the center. Children from birth to 5 years of age with one or more disability or developmental delay are eligible.

Program Services Purpose: To provide free or low cost mammograms and gynecological exams to qualifying women. The program also offers semi-annually health screening fairs in April and October at local county health departments (Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Lincoln, Mercer and Washington)

Anita Yatso, Program Director Eligibility: Women ages 40 – 64 without insurance; no mammogram or pap smear within the last 3 years to receive a free or low cost mammogram and gynecological exam Fee: Free or sliding fee scale

Woodlawn Elementary Family Resource Center 1661 Perryville Road Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 859.236.7688 Fax: 859.236.7360 E-mail: liz.gardner@boyle.kyschools.us

Program Services Provides a variety of services for Woodlawn Elementary students and their families.

Liz Gardner, Director

Provided by Families First Family Resource Center – Danville Schools


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