Social Services operates four core divisions providing an array of multi–generational services, from the “cradle to the rocking chair.” The department also supports collaborative efforts with an existing network of local non-profit organizations and human services agencies.
- Adult & Tenant Services (residential support)
- Aging & Disability Services
- Family Services
- Youth Services
Opioid Misuse Resource & Needs Assessment
The Substance Abuse Intervention Program, in consultation with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, recently published the Opioid Misuse Resource & Needs Assessment. The assessment was designed to:
- characterize impacts on health and behavioral health providers, first responders, and other services
- identify the strengths of the service delivery system in response to the opioid epidemic
- identify unmet needs or barriers to accessing available resources for individuals who misuse opioids
Extended Social Resources Grant Program
Partners for Youth is pleased to announce the 2019 “I DO” Spring Break Program List. During Fayette County Public Schools’ spring break, parents can take advantage of enrolling their children in over 35 free and affordable positive youth programs.
Mayor Linda Gorton today appointed a Complete Count Committee to ensure Lexington counts every citizen in the upcoming 2020 federal Census.
The Summer Youth Job Training Program will host an informational breakfast for local businesses and community-based organizations. Employers will learn about the program, and how they can partner with the City to provide career opportunities for Lexington youth at no cost.