Help for Kentuckians Experiencing Domestic Violence at Home

Many people are emotionally, physically, or sexually abused at some point in their life. In times like the coronavirus pandemic when we are more separated from others, individuals may be at even greater risk. Abuse by a boyfriend, girlfriend, or spouse is called domestic violence.

In times like the coronavirus pandemic when we are more separated from others, individuals may be at even greater risk for domestic violence.

Please help us spread the word that help is available by

  • Calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233), or visiting https://kcadv.org/.

 

Passport Launches Kentucky Resources Webpage to Assist Members During Coronavirus Outbreak

Passport Webpage ImageTo help our members access free food, financial assistance, and more during the Coronavirus outbreak, Passport teams have been working hard to compile and share all known Kentucky resources. Please share this page with members. If you have any resources to add, please email public.affairs@passporthealthplan.com. We will be updating this page frequently.

Click here to check it out!