VAWA Protects VAWA is a law that protects survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking from discrimination by certain federally funded housing providers. These protections apply even if you don't qualify for protection under Kentucky law (ie. do not have a protective order).
Kentucky Law Protects Kentucky Law (KRS 383.300) protects survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking who have protective orders AND entered into or renewed a lease on or after June 29, 2017.
What is an IPO and who can it help? How do you get one? These frequently asked questions address these questions and more.
The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services has information on elder abuse and neglect and how to get help. Call 1-(877) 597-2331 to report abuse/neglect/exploitation or request services. The online Kentucky Child/Adult Protective Services Reporting System is available to report non-emergency situations that do not require an immediate response from DCBS staff.