Louisville Outlines How It Will Use Money To Help Homeless

Homeless man sleeping in sleeping bag on cardboard

(Louisville, KY) - Louisville Metro's Community Affairs Committee is outlining how they plan to spend $1 million in city money to help those experiencing homelessness. 

Officials say low barrier shelters will receive more money than last year, but are now housing more people than before.

 

Healing Place Director Douglas Scott says due to the clearing of several homeless camps, they now have a waiting list for their shelter. He's asking the community to donate what they can to help.

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