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Social Services Worker:
Non-profit, community ministries emergency assistance program seeks flexible, out-going, caring individual comfortable with ecumenical ministry setting. Position involves interviewing and assessing clients, working with volunteers, data entry, completing reports, networking with other social service agencies, local government, landlords and utility companies. Applicant must be physically capable of lifting and unloading food boxes. Social service education and experience helpful but not required. Great team environment. 30 hrs./wk., M-F, 9:00a.m.-3:00p.m. Sick leave, generous holidays and vacation, retirement option. $11.83/starting. Send resume by August 31, 2018 to: FCHUM 9300 Beulah Church Road, Louisville, KY 40291 ATTN: Renee Bryant or fax 762-9609 call 762-9611 for more info.

Fighting Hunger

Preventing Homelessness

Caring for the Elderly

Stabilizing Lives

Serving Fern Creek and Highview

People Assisted

Food Provided

Utilities Secured

Adult Care Hours

Some of Our Programs

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Adult Day Health Center

FCHUM provides services to frail older adults and their families through its Adult Day Health Center.

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Individual & Family Assistance

If you live in 40228 and 40291 zip code areas and need assistance we may be able to help!

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Meals on Wheels

Find out if your household is eligible to participate in Fern Creek / Highview United Ministries Meals On Wheels program!

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Health Equipment Loan Program

A special program available through FCHUM.

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What Folks Are Saying About FCHUM

In this day when accountability, integrity and maintaining a high percentage of contributions going directly to programming is so vitally important for non-profit organizations, I never hesitate to contribute my time and money to Fern Creek/Highview United Ministries. A favorite adage of mine is, “Speed of the leader, speed of the team”. The small staff and many volunteers I’ve met certainly reflect the integrity and caring of Executive Director, Ron Loughry. Creatively stretching available contributions to gain the greatest value for the benefit of program participants, it is evident Ron and his team are driven by a deep caring for those they are meant to serve.as.

Kevin Franke

Owner, Derby City Hearing, Inc.

FCHUM’s core ethic of providing compassionate service to its neighbors in need shines even brighter for the spirit of joy and humility running through its staff and volunteers. The Ministry continues to be an inspiring and indispensable part of the Fern Creek and High View community.

Michael J. Wagner