The Fayette Co. Rapid Re-Housing program provides direct case management services to participants in the counties of Fayette and Highland and helps families experiencing homelessness quickly move out of shelter or off the streets. Through active case management, participants move into homes of their own and begin to address the barriers that have prevented them from maintaining their own housing in the past.
Rapid Re-Housing provides short-term rental and utility assistance with intensive case management services. Program participants meet with Case Managers at a minimum of once per month and potentially more, depending upon their needs.
- Short Term Rental Assistance
- Housing stability focused case management
- Connections to employment and training
- Budgeting assistance
- Referrals to community resources
Eligibility: Participants must be currently homeless as defined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and have a household income under 50% AMI at entry.
HUD Definition of Homelessness: person(s) living in emergency shelter, hotel/motel paid for an agency or organization, and/or place not meant for human habitation. Examples of places not meant for human habitation: building with no electricity or running water, vehicle, abandoned building, tent, chicken coop, park, etc.
This program serves all households regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identify, age, familial status, or disability.
Access to these services comes through referrals from the Coordinated Entry process through the region’s homeless system. If you or somebody you know is experiencing homelessness or is at risk of homelessness, please contact Leaha [email protected] 740- 463-2829, or email @ [email protected].