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Overview of Programs

  • This assistance is available to households at or below 175% of the federal poverty level and helps to pay a portion of a household's energy bills.

  • We offer several early childhood preschool programs both center and in-home based. These programs are offered for free to eligible families who have children six-weeks to four-years-old.

  • The five day-a-week food bank is available to individuals and families in the community. There are no income guidelines to receive food.

  • Our community services staff help individuals and families with utility, rent, clothing and other crisis assistance.

  • Provides apartments for homeless families, on a short-term basis, who need a place to stay while they receive assistance in locating permanent housing.

  • This program reimburses registered day care providers with nutritious meals and snacks. It also provides training opportunities for providers.

  • Our nurse consultant provides on-site consultation, training and support to child care businesses, both in-home and at centers, to promote safe and healthy environments.

  • This program is designed to help families become self-sufficient. Specialists work with families to identify and overcome barriers.

  • This program helps to make homes more energy efficient by installing items such as insulation, furnaces, water heaters, refrigerators and freezers.

  • A collaborative initiative that allows single, working parents to be given a reliable vehicle, which has been donated and refurbished.