104 East Seventh Street, Covington, KY 41011

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Organizations Filed Purposes: To resolve the most important problems of low income and other vulnerable people by providing high quality legal assistance through direct representation, education, advice, advocacy and coordination with other community resources.

We provide civil legal assistance at no charge to low-income families with children, the elderly, veterans and people needing access to healthcare. The people we serve often live with the risk of losing something be it their home, job, health, safety or independence. We target people living in violence, people with an impediment to family stabilization, those who cannot find stable employment and families at risk for homelessness. Through the legal system, we can preserve the home, protect assets, stop the violence, remove employment barriers, and support families towards the goal of achieving maximum independence and safety. Last year we reached over 25,000 people, advocated for over 9,600 and provided legal representation to 18,258. Private attorneys donated $314,600 in services to our clients.LEGAL AID OF THE BLUEGRASS (LABG) A study conducted in 2016 concluded that for every $1 invested in Legal Aid of the Bluegrass, $7.45 of immediate and long-term financial benefit was returned to the community. This is equivalent to a 745% return on investment. (Legal Aid Economic Impact and Social Return on Investment Analysis; For the Three Years 2013-2015; Community Services Analysis LLC)LABG Focused Reach 2019: LABG reached 25,573 of its target population through direct services or outreach. Our outreach advocacy efforts positively impacted 9,673 people. LABG legal staff & advocates provided direct legal representation and advice affecting 18,258 people.9,553 families were provided direct legal services, affecting 12,157 adults and 6,101 children.LABG Clients:32% are working poor57% of working age families have children in the household48% are poor elderlyOf the above clients, LABG:- provided legal help to 568 veterans- promoted safety for 4,352 domestic violence survivors, including 2,340 children- stabilized housing for 199 families, affecting 441 people.TYPES OF LEGAL ISSUES ADDRESSED:- 38.72% Medicare and Medicaid Assistance/Other Health- 15.59% Family - 9.32% Housing- 8.24% Protection Orders- 5.15% Consumer Issues/Improving Family Income- 6.89% Life Planning Documents- 4.60% Public Benefits including Veteran Benefits- 0.68% Nursing Home Residents Rights- 10.82% Other

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Joshua CrabtreeExecutive Director47$114,344
Karen GinnAdvocacy Director41$86,205
Brenda CombsBusiness Director44$77,420
Adam ShastidOperations Director42$28,367
James R KruerPresident0.7$0
James MooreVice President0.5$0
Palmer G Gene Vance IiTreasurer0.5$0
Nicole Sotiriou BearseSecretary0.5$0
William NoelkerIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Annie-Tyler MorganIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
John McginnisIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Sarah YoungIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Bonnie LouisIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Sherman FrederickIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Cathy StickelsIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Becky SittasonIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Sara ElrodIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Debra RiggIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Kim Hunt PriceIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Michael E NitardyIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Latoi D MayoIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Ellen Arvin Kennedy- Joined 2018Individual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Paul BlairIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Willahmenia Willa GinterIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Billie MalloryIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Connie KyleIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Bessie MaysIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0
Deanna JessieIndividual Trustee Directo0.5$0

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