Elizabeth’s Village

Elizabeth’s Village, formerly known as Scott County Hospitality House, began with a dream to serve the homeless population in Georgetown, KY. Stacey Cruse and Scott Coburn noticed the prevalence of homelessness in Scott County Schools, and that many individuals were sleeping in cars, local motels, or were “couch surfing” with friends or family members.  With the belief that everyone deserves a stable home – not a car, camper, or relative’s couch, Stacey and Scott started on the journey of creating an organization that would serve homeless individuals in Scott County.

With a passion to better serve homeless women and children in Scott County, in January 2013 the Scott County Hospitality House opened a transitional home for women and children.  In 2015, Scott County Hospitality house chose to focus on long-term, transitional housing, and began only providing emergency shelter in winter months.

Elizabeth’s Village is growing and working to address unmet needs in the Scott County/Georgetown community. Motivated by the compassion of Jesus Christ, their mission is to provide transitional housing with education, support services and community partnerships for women and women with children in Scott County. Their vision is to provide a safe place and access to support services for all women and women with children that are in need of assistance to become self-sufficient.
If you are in need of assistance, please call 502-863-0800.
If you are in need of transitional housing services, please call 502-542-0620.
Where we are located: 107 Court Street, Georgetown, KY 40324
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, Walk-ins available from 11am-3pm.
Telephone: 502-863-0800


AMEN House

The AMEN House provides food, clothing and financial assistance to families in Scott County. They served over 3,000 people last year, but a study from its national partner, Feeding America, shows that 6,000 people in Scott County are food insecure and could use its services.

They envision a hunger-free Scott County where food rescue is second nature to every grocery, restaurant, farmer, and gardener; where local businesses, churches, organizations, and families fight hunger by sharing their resources through food or cash donations.  As they meet the most basic need for food, they are listening to the families they serve and connecting them to other in-house programs and community partners, working together to offer opportunities for their clients to move from poverty to self-sustainability.

Food & Clothing Assistance

Weekdays 9am - 12pm with extended hours on Tuesday until 3pm

The 3rd Saturday of the month from 9am - 12pm.

Financial Assistance

Applications for consideration available


Weekdays 9am - 12pm with extended hours on Tuesday until 3pm.  

The 3rd Saturday of the month from 9am - 12pm.

AMEN House, Inc. 
Address: 319 East Main Street, Georgetown, KY 40324
Mailing: PO BOX 211, Georgetown, KY 40324
Phone: 502-863-5305


Blue Grass Community Action Partnership

Serving Anderson, Boyle, Franklin, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln, Mercer, Scott and Woodford counties since 1964, Blue Grass Community Action offers a variety of programs to enhance the quality of life of our participants. By helping out with basic needs like food and clothing, they can help people move out of poverty and into self-sufficiency.

Many of their programs are offered at little or no charge to you. Their main goal is to help you be able to help yourself. They believe each person has something to give to their community. They can give you the boost you need to help you find your dream and start living it.

Central Office/Mailing Address 
Address: 111 Professional Court, Frankfort, KY 40601 
Toll Free: 1-800-456-6571 
Phone: 502-695-4290 
Fax: 502-695-1075