The Another Way program in Louisville, which provides individuals with visible needs opportunities to gain job skills and work-based learning opportunities rather than directly engaging other people for money on sidewalks and other rights of way, is a pilot program no longer.

The program announced it has received funding in the amount of $1 million from the City of Louisville to continue to address the gap in the labor market for unhoused individuals. Since the inception of the program, it has served more than 900 individuals.

To learn more about the recent round of funding and the program itself, watch this recent WAVE 3 Listens Live clip: