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If this is an EMERGENCY NEED, please call the office at 502-245-9899.
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The first step in receiving assistance is for us to determine what the need is. Below is the intake form we use to gather information to assess that need. Please fill out the form completely. When we receive and review, we will contact you on your next steps.
We are so blessed to have people in the community who support our parents and we hope to spread the word to many more!
Ways we can assist
- to be eligible for our Life Plan, you must be…
- A single parent with at least 50% custody of your children
- Working at least 20 hours per week
- Attending a college, university or trade school, or Institution of Higher Education (IHE) accredited by the state of Kentucky or Indiana, at least ½ time, and have a minimum 2.0 GPA.
- No cohabitation in a partnered relationship (living together but not married)
If you meet those requirements, we can begin the interview process. We will need you to supply a copy of your police report and a letter of good standing from their institution. Other credentials are required to qualify. Life Plan clients may access the food pantry as often as needed. Once you become a client, you could receive help with rent, utilities, water and other financial assistance, and will have full access to our food pantry, clothing through our consignment shop partnerships, access to household items, discounted car repair, and more. We try and assist with anything that would “bust your budget” while you are trying to finish your education.supply a copy of their police report and a letter of good standing from their institution. Other credentials are required to qualify. Life Plan clients may access the food pantry as often as needed.
Approximately 34% of teenage girls become pregnant at least once before reaching the age of 20. Less than 40% of teen mothers that begin families before the age of 18 ever earn a high school diploma, and only 1.5% earn a college degree by the age of 30. SPARC Hope has recently partnered with the the TAPP school, TeenAge Parenting Program, to begin our BRIDGE Program. We want to connect with teenage single mothers in the hopes of encouraging them to move onto higher education. If you are interested in applying for the BRIDGE program or have any questions about the program please call the office at 502-245-9899, or go online to our Need Assistance page and fill our the intake form.
Food Pantry Client
If you are in need of food assistance, but do not qualify for our life plan, we can assist by offering groceries once a quarter for one year only. You will receive one bag of groceries per family member. The requirements to have access to this service is to provide a valid driver’s license or state issued I.D. card and Social Security Card for the single parent and each child under the age of 18 in the home. During these 4 visits, we hope to be able to encourage you to become a life plan client, or at least let us assist you in ways to further your career so that you can support your family.
If you do not qualify for our Life Plan or Food Pantry, we keep a resource list in the office of agencies that assist with different needs. One of these resources is Unite Us. We will be glad to assist you by sharing this resource and many more to help you meet your needs by emailing Staci.
We are so excited about expanding our services through offering additional services through career planning. We need to survey what the needs are for single parents, what things do we need to offer, and then how to provide these services to single parents. If you are a planner and would like to assist, please call our office at 245-9899.
Once you have completed your application, our Program Coordinator will get back with you within one week of your application submission.
To find out more about our programs, please call 502-245-9899.
We do not take walk-ins. All services are by appointment only.