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COVID-19 RESOURCES

FACTUAL INFORMATION SOURCES

Kentucky COVID-19 website – A comprehensive list of COVID-19 information Kentuckians need, including the latest facts on numbers, actions taken by state government, and links to relevant resources.

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

BENEFITS

File for Unemployment Insurance – Kentucky Career Center

Apply for Medicaid only - Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange website or call the Kentucky Healthcare Customer Service line toll-free at (855) 459-6328

Public Assistance (SNAP, KTAP, etc) – Department for Community Based Services

WIC – contact the Hopkins County Health Department at 270-821-5242

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Pennyroyal Center Crisis Number: 1-877-473-7766

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Emergencies: dial 911

Central Dispatch: 270-821-1720

Hopkins County Sheriff: 270-821-5661

TO REPORT CHILD ABUSE/NEGLECT: 877-597-2331 or 800-752-6200

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Hopkins County Coroner

Dennis Mayfield 

56 N Main Street, Madisonville, KY 42431
Phone (270) 825-7010  |  Fax (270) 326-6161
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Coroner’s Office is mandated by Kentucky law to establish the Manner and Cause of Death. The Cause of Death is the injury, disease, or a combination of the two that caused the death of the person. The Manner of Death is ruled by the Coroner to be Natural, Suicidal, Accidental, a Homicide, Unknown, or Pending.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky deals with many kinds of death that include:

  • Skeletal remains
  • Homicides
  • Suicides
  • Occupational deaths
  • Deaths occurring in a correctional facility
  • Deaths within a medical facility less than 24 hours of admission
  • Fatal motor vehicle deaths; and
  • Mass fatalities

Additional Responsibilities of the Coroner

In a death scene investigation, the coroner or his deputy has the responsibility of pronouncing death, determining the time of death, taking into custody the body and property on the body, ensuring the body has not been moved from the original death scene, making a positive identification of the body, notifying the next of kin, signing the death certificate, completing required forms and records for each death investigation, and interacting with other appropriate agencies.