Gov. Beshear Announces Partnership with Fahe 

News | June 6, 2024

June 6, 2024 Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear today announced that Team Kentucky has partnered with Fahe to support local communities rebuilding from the floods of 2021 and 2022 in Eastern Kentucky. Fahe will help Kentuckians navigate the application process for homeownership, allowing flood victims to secure permanent housing. 

“We made a promise to our neighbors who lost so much in those floods that we’d be with them for every step of this recovery,” said Gov. Beshear. “We continue to celebrate good news while working toward fulfilling our promise of a stronger, rebuilt and reimagined Eastern Kentucky. We recognize how far we’ve come and remain committed to keeping our promise to our people.”

The announcement was made as part of a general update from Team Kentucky held in the Capital Rotunda in Frankfort. It was supported by a press release.

Fahe’s Senior VP of Partnerships and Programs, Pam Johnson, and Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear.

“We are pleased that Fahe has been selected by Team Kentucky as a technical assistance and grants management advisor,” Pam Johnson, Fahe’s Senior VP of Partnerships and Programs, shared. “We are looking forward to working with local communities to support them as they rebuild from the devastating floods of 2021 and 2022.”

Anyone who was impacted by the floods of 2021 or 2022 is encouraged to visit and fill out an interest questionnaire. A Fahe representative will follow up with all inquiries. 

In total, Housing Can’t Wait partners have built 63 homes, and 270 homes have received major rehabilitation (333 total completed homes) since 2022.