ST JOHN CENTER INC

Louisville, KY | Jefferson County
CRA Category: Community Services

CRA Overview

Community Services
NTEE Code
Not Applicable
NTEE Category
-
NTEE Description
-
IRS Activity Codes
560
Supplying money, goods or services to the poor
NAICS Code
Not Available
NAICS Category
-
CDFI
No
NMTC Recipient
No
LIHTC Recipient
No
SBA SBIC
No
HUD Counseling Agency
No

CRA Alignment

LowHigh
Affordable Housing

Economic Development

Revitalize/Stabilize

Community Services to LMI Individuals

Services in LMI Areas

CRA Programs & Services Overview

COVID-19 RESPONSE & RECOVERY EFFORTS

Community Services to LMI Individuals
Homeless Support
Louisville, KY

Provides day-time shelter, as well as, food, housing, health, and employment support for homeless men throughout the city.

EMERGENCY DAY SHELTER & SOCIAL SERVICES CENTER

Community Services to LMI Individuals
Adult Homeless Men
Louisville, KY

Housed in a former Catholic church, St. John Center (SJC) serves as a daytime safe haven and sanctuary for thousands of homeless men from Louisville and Southern Indiana who often have no place else to go. In addition to being an emergency shelter, SJC provides numerous services to help their clients breakdown barriers to housing. These services include housing placement, job and housing referrals, mental health counseling, assistance filling out food stamp and disability claims, assistance acquiring birth certificates and identification letters, access to hot showers, restroom facilities, hot coffee and cold water, notary public service, as well as telephone, mail and fax service.

PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM

Affordable Housing
Adult Homeless Men
Louisville, KY

Based on the Housing First model, this program enables chronically homeless men to obtain and maintain their own apartments through the support of a dedicated SJC case worker. Each client that qualifies for the program works closely with their case manager during home visits and life skills classes to achieve housing stability, an increased level of skills, increased income and greater self-determination. Participants consistently report a dramatic improvement in both their physical and mental health, making them more productive citizens in the community.

EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE & HOUSING COUNSELING

Economic Development
Adult Homeless Men
Louisville, KY

To remove barriers to self-sufficiency and housing, St. John Center offers services to address the core needs of men struggling with homelessness. For SJC clients who are able to work but need help finding and maintaining a job, SJC provides employment assistance services and ongoing support. This support includes helping clients to find, obtain, and/or complete required documentation, as well as referrals to potential employers. In addition, housing counseling services are provided to clients who don’t qualify for the Permanent Supportive Housing program. These services include helping with searches for housing or apartments, as well as obtaining and completing documentation and coordinating efforts with housing providers.

IRS Information

Organization Type
Corporation
Basis for Foundation/Public Charity Status
Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)
Affiliation Classification
Independent Organization
Ruling Date
1989-01
Deductibility Status
Deductible
Organization Tax Filing Status
990 (all other) or 990EZ return
Foundation Tax Filing Status
990-PF not required by IRS
Last Year Taxes Filed
2018

Nonprofit Location

700 E MUHAMMAD ALI BLVD
Louisville, KY 40202
Jefferson County
31140
MSA/CBSA
21
State
111
County
0059.00
Tract
Low
Income Level
MSA/CBSA Title
Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN
Metro or Micro
Metropolitan Statistical Area
Metropolitan Division Title
-
CSA Title
Louisville/Jefferson County--Elizabethtown--Bardstown, KY-IN
LMI Census Tract
Yes
Underserved Area
No
Distressed Area
No
Poverty
Unemployment
Population Loss
Opportunity Zone
Yes
Majority Minority Census Tract
Yes
58.88%

Geography Demographics | Census Tract 0059.00

Total Persons
5,024
Total Households
2,457
Median Age
36
Total Minority
2,958
Total Seniors (65+)
497
2010 MSA Median Family
$64,965
2019 Est. MSA MFI from Census
$70,800
2019 Est. MSA MFI from FFIEC
$70,800
2010 Tract Median Family
$20,653
Tract Income %
31.79%
Self-Employed Households
56
Unemployed %
21.82%
Below Poverty %
42.48%
Households with Public Assistance
169
Total Housing Units
2,869
Median Home Age (Years)
52
1-4 Family Housing Units
1,128
Multi-Family Housing Units
1,741
Owner-Occupied Units
282
Renter-Occupied Units
2,175
Vacant Units
412