In a two-part podcast series about the K-Count and serving homeless populations in the state, Kentucky Housing Corporation’s (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King talks with rural housing service providers for families and veterans about their tireless work to overcome challenges and provide help, hope, and housing.
In part two podcast about the K-Count of Kentucky’s homeless population, Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Caleb Rose who currently serves as the housing and outreach coordinator for the Pennyroyal Veteran’s Center in Hopkinsville, Kentucky to talk about his experience in working with veterans who need help, hope, and housing.
In part one of two K-Count podcasts about homelessness in the state, Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Beverly Isom, who currently serves as the homeless services manager at the Kentucky Communities Economic Opportunity Council (KCEOC) Community Action Partnership, to talk about her experience and perspective in working directly with individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk, and provides community support programs.
For a special Independence Day post, Edwin King sat down with Heather French Henry of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA), and Ron Georgette of Operation Stand Down Kentucky (OSDKY), to talk about the issues that veterans face, especially concerning housings, and the services available to them.
In part one of two special Independence Day podcasts, Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Heather French Henry, who currently serves as the deputy commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA), to talk about services available to veterans and addressing those who who find themselves homeless. As the daughter of a Vietnam Veteran from the United States Marine Corps, Heather was directly impacted by her father’s service and his difficult transition coming home. When Heather became Miss America, she traveled the country sharing her family’s story to advocate for greater partnerships between community-based organizations and government to help assist in homeless, housing, and healthcare needs facing our veterans and their families.