Big Brothers and Sisters of the Bluegrass – Provide 1-3 hours of quality time each week with a child 6-13 years of age with an adult. Services include: serves children ages 6-13 years of age who are missing a parent and are in need of friendship and attention from a mature adult. Training for volunteers who are 18 years of age or older to be role models.
Bluegrass.org – Assist individuals and families in the enhancement of their emotional, mental and physical well -being by providing mental health, mental retardation/developmental disabilities and substance abuse services. Services include: Individual, Group, Family, Marital, Couple Therapy, Case Management, Substance Abuse services, Therapeutic Rehabilitation Program, Children’s After School Program, and Intake, Screening and Referral. Psychiatric services are provided with use of medication as needed.
Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program –Provide temporary shelter, support and assistance to victims of domestic violence.
Bluegrass Impact – Provide support and services to severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents; to help them in their own homes, schools, communities, and out of hospitals and institutions. Services include: case management, crisis management/ safety plan, and socialization services.
Bluegrass Regional Prevention Center – Provide prevention services throughout the area. Services include: help in the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, drug use/abuse, violence and HIV/AIDS, technical assistance, training and resources to communities, to assist individuals or groups in developing prevention strategies that promote healthy lifestyles, as well as youth advisory council.
Bluegrass Oakwood – Provide live in care for those at least 6 years of age with mental impairments. Services include: Residential care, Training in self-care, academic and vocational skills, social work services, medical and nursing services, speech, physical and occupational therapies, psychological services, pharmacy services, horticulture program, recreational services, religious nurture, laboratory services, dental services, dietary services, and foster grandparent program.
Building Bridges Family Resource Center – Enhance the student’s ability to succeed in school by assisting children and families to meet the needs that impact on the education process. This is done by providing services at the center, in the schools, and by linking families to resources in the community. Services include: Referrals for physical and mental health services; provision of school age child care after school and full days when school is not in session; limited on-site dental, vision and hearing for those who qualify, health and education services for expectant and new parents; resource library for parents, teachers and others; educational support for all students, and improve parent involvement in their child’s learning environment through Family Fun Nights, parenting classes and educational/recreational activities.
CAP Family Life Counseling – Christian Appalachian Project is a non-profit inter-faith organization dedicated to serving the people of the Appalachian area. Family Life Counseling is dedicated to family life education, enrichment and treatment and to prevent or deter problems of family life before they develop. Education and training to individuals, couples, families, churches, groups, and organizations which seek to attack the core problems in this region. Professional and para-professional training by our staff is available. Seminars in many different areas are available. Counseling for families and individuals with life problems and dysfunctional issues. Court ordered counseling for Domestic Violence Offender Treatment Program; males and females in a group setting. Court ordered DVOTP and substance abuse assessments.
Child Care Council – Serve the families of Lincoln County by providing support and training in all areas of child development, childcare, and advocacy for children. Services include: Provides referrals for families seeking childcare and determines eligibility if families to receive childcare assistance. Agency will provide technical assistance to providers of all types in establishing childcare programs. Technical assistance to new or existing providers in the areas of business, curriculum, staff or any topic requested. Will provide training for providers to meet state continuing education requirements. Resource lending library is available.
Child Care Providers (Certified) – These listing are as of April 2016. For an up to date listing or to check to see if these listings are still in effect or if these listings have any reports of abuse or neglect, please contact the KY Child Care Council at 1-800-809-7076.
Child Care Providers (Licensed) – These listing are as of April 2016. For an up to date listing or to check to see if these listings are still in effect or if these listings have any reports of abuse or neglect, please contact the KY Child Care Council at 1-800-809-7076.
Community Based Services For Family Support (Formerly Social Insurance) – Promote and encourage self-sufficiency to families requiring assistance with basic support (i.e. food, clothing, etc.) by providing quality human services. Services include: Food Stamps, and medical assistance (Medicaid), medical transportation payments, state supplementation payments (SSI), qualified Medicare benefits (QMB), vendor payments for nursing home care, in-home nursing care vendor payments and Kentucky transitional assistance program (KTAP) and other supportive services, Kentucky Children’s Heath Insurance Program (KCHIP).
CBS for Protection & Permanency (Social Services) – Offer services to a family or any member thereof for the purpose of preserving, rehabilitating, recruiting or strengthening the family. Offer services to assist members of a family attain or retain the maximum self-support and personal independence. Services include: Serves all ages: protective service investigations of adults and children; family counseling; adoption counseling and information; emergency shelter care; foster care services; working with juveniles before court; family based services ranging from intensive services to limited situational needs for maintenance of families; support services to prevent family disruption and referral services.
Ephraim McDowell Fort Logan Hospital – Provide quality medical care to individuals in Lincoln County and surrounding areas at the lowest possible cost. Services include: acute care, emergency services, Physical, Occupational, Speech, and Respiratory Therapies, X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT Scan, and Lab, and VIP Birthing Suites with Courtyard.
Families First Youth Service Center – Enhance the student’s ability to succeed in school by assisting children and families to meet the needs that impact the education process. This is done by providing services at the center, in the schools and by linking families to resources in the community. Services include: Health services or referrals to health services, referrals to social services, employment counseling, training, placement for youth, substance abuse services or referrals, family crisis, mental health services or referrals, community service and service learning projects.
Family Connections Family Resource Center – Enhance the student’s ability to succeed in school by assisting children and families to meet the needs that impact on the education process. This is done by providing services at the Center, in the schools, and by linking families to resources in the community. Services include: Referrals for physical and mental health services; provision of school-age childcare after school and full days when school is not in session; health and education services for expectant and new parents; resource library for parents, teachers, and other; and training for child care providers who wish to be licensed/certified and continuing education for those already licensed/certified and continuing education for those already licensed/certified. Clothing Bank and Family Fun Nights offered.
Fort Logan Cooperative Ministry – Bring together community churches and volunteers in creating programs and providing services for those who have fallen on hard times. Services include: food bank, assistance with utility bills and medical expenses, spiritual counseling, church referrals, job referrals, and woman to woman.
Gentiva Health Agency – Services include: Skilled nursing visits, Home Health Aides for assistance with all personal care and activities of daily living, Licensed Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Registered Nurses and Medical Social Workers, Home Infusion Services, and Private Sitters. Waiver Services are available for the elderly and disabled who require additional support to be maintained in their home. Can provide bathing, shopping, light housekeeping and meal preparation.
Helping Hands Family Resource Center – Enhance the student’s ability to succeed in school by assisting children and families to meet the needs that impact on the education process. This is done by providing services at the Center, in the schools and by linking families to resources in the community. Services include: Referrals for physical and mental health services, Referrals for school-age child care after school and full days when school is not in session, health and educational services for expectant and new parents, resource library for parents, teachers and others, training for child care providers who wish to be licensed/certified and continuing education for those already licensed/certified, Family Fun Nights, Food and Clothing Bank, Newsletters, Yearbooks, and parenting classes.
Heritage Hospice – Provide palliative (for comfort) care for the terminally ill patients and their families in the final stages of the illness. Focus is quality of life and care is provided in the patient’s home environment or in a local nursing home. Services include: An interdisciplinary team of professionals and volunteers that provides social, spiritual, physical and emotional support. Nurses, social workers, certified nursing assistants, chaplain and volunteer plan and administer care, as well as support and education for the patient’s family to be able to care for their loved one.
KY Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs – Organize, finance, and deliver services necessary to find, diagnose, treat and correct certain disabling conditions for children, infancy up to 21 years of age. Services include: Diagnosis, treatment, occupational therapy, psychological evaluation and consultation, audio logical testing, speech therapy, hospital, convalescent home care, coordination services for patient, nursing guidance, counseling by social worker, artificial limbs, braces, eye prosthesis and hearing aids.
KY Special Olympics – Create and provide year round sports training and athletic competition for mentally challenged citizens age 8 and above. Provides year round training for competition in official sports. Also provides training schools for coaches, workshops, and special events for volunteers and recognition programs.
Kidney Health Alliance of KY – Seek the total answers to diseases of the kidney. Patient’s services provide a brighter tomorrow to victims of kidney disease. Services include: Drug bank, ID tags, Newsletters, Support Groups, Kids to Kidney Kamp, Patient Picnic, Public Educational material and Patient medication boxes.
Lifeline Home Health Agency – Services include: Skilled nursing visits, Home Health Aides for assistance with all personal care and activities of daily living, qualified Speech Therapist, Licensed Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Pediatric Nurses, Registered Nurses and Medical Social Workers.
Lincoln County Board of Education – Provide elementary and secondary educational services to students enrolled within the Lincoln county School District.
Lincoln County Board of Education Support Services – List of support services
Lincoln County Churches – List of churches
Lincoln County Conservation District –Conserve and develop all renewable natural resources within the district. In so doing, the district is authorized to undertake, sponsor, or participate in projects, activities, and programs which promote the conservation, development, maintenance, management, and wise use of the land, water, trees, and other related natural resources in the district.
Lincoln County Cooperative Extension Services – Provide the general public with practical and useful information on agriculture, nutrition, budgeting, parenting, family life skills, leadership and community development, youth 4-H youth clubs, extension homemaker educational clubs and mass media. Monthly educational programs include: Diabetes Support and Information Group, advisory efforts to County Fair, Farm Bureau and Farm Community Groups, soil testing, crop testing, and crop and livestock recommendations.
Lincoln County Early Head Start – To prepare children for school success, later learning and life and to build relationships that support family and well-being. Services include: Child development and education services, developmental, hearing and vision screenings, family engagement building opportunities, family Resources and information, and community engagement.
Lincoln County Health Department – Provides preventive health services and nutrition information. Services include: Immunizations, Vital Statistics, Birth and Death Certificates, Tuberculosis, Venereal Disease, AIDS Testing, Family Planning, Prenatal, WIC, Well Child, Dental Health Education, Hypertension ( Screening and education), SIDS counseling and Infant Car Seat Loan Program ( Up to age 4), Diabetes and nutrition, as well as those who wish to quit smoking.
Lincoln County Health Department H.A.N.D.S. Services – Support families as they build healthy, safe, environments for the optimal growth of the child. Services include: Services are provided protocol home visits; intensity may be increased/decreased based on need. Services focus on supporting the family-child interaction, child development and personal responsibility. Trained and skilled staff will assist families in making decision regarding their children.
Lincoln County Migrant Program – Assist families who have moved to Lincoln County from another state or county to find work in farming, timber, harvesting, etc. Services include: Assist migrant families and their children in dealing with problems associated with moving to a new community. Place families in touch with needed social and health services within the school and community. Assist children with difficulties related to academic performance (extended school services, summer school, etc.) Assist families with physical clothing, transportation, food, etc. Encourage parent involvement through parent meetings and if needed, can continue their education through adult and community education services in the county.
Lincoln County Public Library – Provide informational, educational, recreational and cultural books, programs, and material for all ages. Services include: Books, videos, audio’s, filmstrips, inter-library loan, audio-visual equipment, story hour, magazines, talking books service for blind or physically handicapped, community room, bookmobile, genealogical materials, microfilm reader/printer, and reference service, copy and fax service, and computer with internet access.
Lincoln County Youth Service Center – Provide services or referrals to appropriate agencies which will positively impact the lives of Lincoln County students (9th-12th grades) and their families. Services include: Health Services or referrals to health services, Referrals to social services, Employment counseling, training, and placement for youth, Summer and part-time job development for youth, Substance abuse services or referrals, Family crisis and mental health services or referrals, and Community service and service learning projects.
March of Dimes – The March of Dimes mission is to help prevent birth defects through research, education, and advocacy. Services include: Educational programs, materials, and supplies, as well as grants available for area organizations.
Salvation Army – Serve the needs of the poor both spiritually and physically. Services include: Emergency disaster service, help with emergency needs such as: Free clothing, furniture, household goods, rent, gasoline, electricity, heat, food vouchers, and food pantry, eyeglasses, counseling, missing persons bureau. Free summer camp program for children.
Sanders Center – Provide short term (7-10 days) out of home placement for children and adolescents, ages 6-18, who are at risk of hospitalization or out of home placement due to a crisis situation. Services include: Individual, family and group therapy: crisis management, psychiatric consultations, structured recreational activities, on-campus nursing care (as needed), on-going psych educational support groups for parents, community collaboration, referral and follow-up, emphasis on moral and spiritual development, therapists available 24 hrs a day/7days a week
Social Security Administration – Administer Social Security and Supplemental Security Income Programs. Services include: Under the Social Security program, we must consider factors as age, length of employment, relationship and filing of application forms. Under the SSI program, we must consider factor of age, disability, income, living arrangements and resources.
South Lincoln Family Resource Council – Enhance students’ ability to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote: Early learning and successful transition to school, Academic achievement and well-being, and Graduation and transition into adult life. Full- time preschool child care for children 2 and 3 years of age or referrals for preschool childcare.
Sunrise Children’s Services – Sunrise Children’s Services for Children provides care and hope for hurting families and children through Christ centered ministries.
Woodlawn Children’s Campus – Provide licensed residential treatment for mildly to severely emotionally disturbed children ages 6-12 years of age. Services include: 24-hour care for mildly to severely emotionally disturbed children ages 6-12 years. Individual and family therapy, group therapy, recreational therapy, on-site schooling, psychiatric and psychological consultations, on campus nursing care, medical/dental care in local community, nutritional assessments, and emphasis on moral and spiritual development. Individualized treatment plans and a Master’s degreed therapist.