Louisville nonprofit launches new app to provide those in need with free resources

A Louisville nonprofit is launching a new website in an effort to bring free resources to those in need across Kentucky. On Monday, Family Scholar House announced the rollout of the new website. In addition to the website, mobile kiosks will be placed in hundreds of locations across the state. The website brings together resources across Kentucky for everyday needs like housing, health, and education. Users have the ability to narrow down what they are looking for and see options located in their area. “Earlier interaction leads to earlier intervention, which allows people to find what they need when they need one thing or three things instead of having to be so desperate that they have need everything,” said Cathe Dystkstra, CEO of Family Scholar House. For more information on the app, visit the Family Scholar House website.

A Louisville nonprofit is launching a new website in an effort to bring free resources to those in need across Kentucky.

On Monday, Family Scholar House announced the rollout of the new website.

In addition to the website, mobile kiosks will be placed in hundreds of locations across the state.

The website brings together resources across Kentucky for everyday needs like housing, health, and education.

Users have the ability to narrow down what they are looking for and see options located in their area.

“Earlier interaction leads to earlier intervention and it allows people to find what they need when they need one or three things instead of having to be so desperate that they need everything. “said Cathe Dystkstra, CEO of Family Scholar House.

For more information on the app, visit the Family Scholar House website.

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