Adult & Tenant Services
Kentucky American Water’s H20 – Help to Others Program
Adult and Tenant Services has partnered with the Dollar Energy Fund, Inc and we are now a site agency for the H2O – Help Others Programs.
The H20 – Help to Others Program, which is administered by Dollar Energy Fund, assists eligible utility customers with their Kentucky American Water bills. Customers may be eligible to receive a grant that’s applied directly to their utility bill.
Call Adult and Tenant Services at (859) 300-5300 to schedule an appointment.
NOTE: Program guidelines and eligibility requirements are subject to change.
Mission, vision and values
The mission of the Division of Adult & Tenant Services is to work in partnership with the community to provide a safe and secure environment, excellent customer service, a vibrant organization, and economic opportunity empowering all to thrive.
We empower our vulnerable and underserved residents with high-quality direct service, effective programming and viable resources.
Compassion – Compliance – Coordination – Consistency
|Connie Godfrey||Director||(859) 300-5300|
|Chelanda Holliday||Administrative Specialist Sr.||(859) 300-5300|
|Lorraine Williams||Staff Assistant||(859) 300-5300|
|DeVonda Williams||Social Worker||(859) 300-5300|
|Dolores Madrid-Sanders||Social Services Coordinator||(859) 300-5300|
|John Rhodes||Eligibility Counselor||(859) 300-5300|
|Leonard Slaughter||Eligibility Counselor||(859) 300-5300|
|Kevin Edmonds||Social Services Coordinator||(859) 300-5300|
|Mary Potts||Social Worker||(859) 300-5300|
|Treena Burnette||Eligibility Counselor||(859) 300-5300|
|Willie Booker||Eligibility Counselor||(859) 300-5300|
|Shanreka Shackelford||Administrative Specialist Sr.||(859) 300-5300|
|Sharon Smith||Case Management Supervisor||(859) 300-5300|
Equal Housing Opportunity
We Do Business in Accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law
(The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1989) Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 (Fair Housing Act), as amended, prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of dwellings, and in other housing-related transactions, based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status (including children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women, and people securing custody of children under the age of 18), and disability.