Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention
The Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention coordinates activities and planning for providers, stakeholders, and affected citizens to ensure an efficient and effective system offering everyone access to shelter, food, employment, housing, and other basic needs and opportunities. The office does not provide direct support services but serves as an information source and assists with problem-solving and communications for difficult situations requiring multiple resources and organizations.
The Office was created in 2014 in response to the Report of the Mayor’s Commission on Homelessness.
How do I get help?
Find out how to access information about all available services including overnight and day shelters for people experiencing an immediate crisis.
How do I get involved?
Learn about the best ways to help and especially how to make sure efforts are not harmful or duplicated.
What’s being done?
Read about current initiatives and review data on homelessness in Lexington.
Information for partners and stakeholders
Information for people and organizations operating programs or otherwise involved in developing and delivering solutions.
This federal grant would help young people who are transitioning out of foster care to avoid homelessness.
The number of people experiencing homelessness in Lexington dropped by 12.5% between 2019 and 2020, according to LexCount, the City’s annual point-in-time count.
The City's Office of Affordable Housing Trust Fund and the Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention is creating Lexington's next five-year strategic plan for increasing affordable housing and decreasing homelessness.