Options Unlimited's mission is to assist people with disabilities to become as independent as possible by obtaining opportunities to participate in and contribute to their community through work and educational programs.
Options Unlimited, Inc
205 Castlerock Drive, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
502-955-7271 Fax: 502-955-7221

Bullitt County (MainOffice)
205 Castlerock Drive
Phone: (502) 955-7271
Fax: (502) 955-7221

Shelby County Office
500 Main Street
Shelbyville, KY 40065
Phone: (502) 633-9725
Fax:  (502) 633-9013

Spencer County Office
80 East Main Street
Tayorsville, KY 40071
Phone: (502) 477-1984
Fax: (502) 477-1883

Louisville Downtown
305 W. Broadway
Suite 200
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 589-6620
TTY: (502) 589-6690

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Since 1987, Options Unlimited has assisted people with disabilities to become as independent as possible. In the counties served by Options Unlimited, there are over 5,400 people between the ages of 16 and 64 who have disabilities and are not employed. As this population ages, it becomes more and more difficult to find them work. To help address this challenge, Options Unlimited works with high school students and adults to find appropriate employment and engage in educational
and recreational activities.

Currently, Options Unlimited is serving approximately 140 clients each year. To expand the number of individuals we are serving, we are reaching out to the community to ask for your support in this effort.

Funding for our programs consist of support from many community partners The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR), Seven Counties Services, Medicaid Waivers - Supports for Community Living (SCL) Waiver, Michelle P. Waiver, Metro United Way, Special Grants, BINGO, donations
and other fundraisers.


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