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Shelter Renovation Completion

Please join us on Tuesday, October 15 to celebrate the completed renovation of our region’s emergency shelter for survivors. 10 – 11 am Re-dedication Ceremony with Lexington Mayor Gorton and special guests, followed by tours of the shelter. 11 am – 2 pm Open House drop-in event with tours for service partners and friends of…

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Shelter Renovation – Phase III Update

Darlene Thomas, our Executive Director, takes you on a tour of the shelter renovation progress in this video. “Please know that this community — you all — are a part of this organization. GreenHouse17 wouldn’t be here doing what we’re doing without your help…” Learn more about giving, adoption, and naming opportunities to support the…

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Support Survivors on Kentucky Gives Day

We’re counting down the days to this year’s Kentucky Gives Day on May 14. Your support for survivors on Kentucky Gives Day will help fund our shelter renovation to increase beds and improve confidentiality for adults and children who are healing from abuse. Our goal is to raise $2,500 during the big day. Make a…

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Shelter Renovation: Phase II Update

This post is part of a series about the renovation of our emergency shelter. Phase II of our shelter renovation has been completed ahead of schedule. This portion of the project focused on the west wing of the facility and included construction of the new Large Support Group and Conference Room. Existing bedrooms were fitted…

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Shelter Renovation: Phase I Update

This post is part of a series about the renovation of our emergency shelter. The first phase of our shelter renovation is complete! This portion of the project focused on the west wing of the facility and included a new support group room and two additional bedrooms that will provide four additional beds for survivors…

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Shelter Renovation Begins!

Renovation of the emergency shelter began today! The effort will create additional bedrooms at the shelter, increase safety and confidentiality for survivors, and improve use of space at the facility. We are committed to uninterrupted operation of the emergency shelter and 24-hour crisis hotline, also housed at the facility, during construction. The six-month project will…

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Shelter Renovation: Possibilities and solutions

This post is part of a series about the renovation of our emergency shelter. Few renovations beyond cosmetic improvements were necessary in 2005 when we moved into the 17,000 sq ft facility previously occupied by Bellewood Presbyterian Home for Children in rural Fayette County. Considering possibilities. After several years of providing shelter services from the…

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