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Community Action Agencies are nonprofit and public groups funded by the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), a federal program that allocates funding to states to connect Americans to greater opportunity.
The nation’s Community Action Agencies embody our nation’s spirit of hope, change people’s lives, and improve communities. When national, state and local leaders tap into these agencies’ experience, they can promote workable solutions that connect more families to opportunity – and make America a better place to live for everyone.
Alabama Council on Human Relations, Inc. of Lee County
Main address – 319 West Glenn
Auburn, Alabama 36831-0409
Chambers-Tallapoosa-Coosa Community Action Committee
Main address is 170 S. Broadnax St.
Dadeville, AL 36853
Telephone: (256) 825-4287
Offers low income assistance to Chambers, Tallapoosa, and Coosa. Programs range from free meals for seniors to USDA food items. The non-profit also offers state of Alabama housing programs and LIHEAP, among other programs.
CAC’s Community Resource Specialists address the underlying cause of the crisis. Sessions are held across Tallapoosa, Chambers and Coosa County, and the staff provide one-on-one Budget Counseling to eliminate financial stressors. The support will help people become more self-sufficient, and gain the skills and tools necessary to manage their finances. They can learn how to control cash flow and understand credit scores.
A full review of their financial situation needs to occur as well. Based on a budget review, areas for change are identified. The next step is that the client is provided with the appropriate resources, training, and education. Action steps are then put into place for clients to follow as they move toward greater stability and growth are incorporated into all program activities and training sessions.
There are three main offices of Community Action Committee. They are as follows.
- Coosa County location is at Caldwell Community Center, Old Goodwater Hwy., Goodwater, AL 35072, dial 256-839-5232.
- Residents of Tallapoosa County can stop by the Central Office, 170 S. Broadnax St., Dadeville, AL 36853, or dial 256-825-4287.
- Chambers County location is at Old Russell Building, 306 2nd Ave. NW, LaFayette, Alabama 36862, call 334-864-8435.
Community Action Agency of Northeast Alabama, Inc.
Address is 1481 McMurdy Avenue South
Rainsville, AL 35986
Covers counties of Blount, Jackson, Marshall, St. Clair, Cherokee, and DeKalb.
Community Action Agency of Northwest Alabama, Inc.
Main address is 745 Thompson Street
Florence, AL 35630-3867
Telephone number – (256) 766-4330
Regions of Colbert, Franklin, and Lauderdale County.
Other assistance can be offered by Community Action Agency of Northwest Alabama (CAANW) as well, including referrals. Their offices are in the area.
Lauderdale County, 745 Thompson Street, Florence, Alabama 35630, dial 256-766-4330
Colbert County, 505 N. Columbia Ave., Sheffield, Alabama 35660, telephone 256-383-3832
Franklin County, 1001 S. Washington Ave., Russellville, Alabama 35653, call 256-332-7534
Community Action Agency of South Alabama
Main address – 26440 North Pollard Road
Daphne, Alabama 36526
Telephone: (251) 626-2646
Supports southern part of the state and Baldwin, Escambia, Clarke, Monroe, Conecuh, and Wilcox County.
Community Action Agency of Talladega, Clay, Randolph, Calhoun & Cleburne Counties
136 North Court Street
Talladega, AL 35161
Main number – (256) 362-6611
Programs offered from this location can include LIHEAP grants for utility bills. Other resources include food, homeless prevention, and financial literacy workshops.
Community Action of Etowah County
624 Broad Street
Gadsden, AL 35901
Community Action Partnership of Huntsville/Madison & Limestone Counties, Inc.
Main address – 3516 Stringfield Road, N.W.
Huntsville, AL 35810
Call for intake – (256) 851-9800
Meet with a case manager. Explore local job training programs and receive career counseling. Emergency financial aid may be offered for bills and other needs. Other programs include LIHEAP and Head Start applications, cash assistance or loans for paying rent, and referrals to non-profit.
Community Action Partnership of North Alabama, Inc.
Address of office – 1909 Central Parkway, SW
Decatur, Alabama 35601
Dial (256) 260-3127
Supports Counties of Cullman, Lawrence, Morgan
Offers programs for the homeless, including rent and motel vouchers, Meals on Wheels for seniors, and other forms of financial support for the low income.
For more details on these or other Community Action Partnership of North Alabama programs, or referrals, call a center.
Morgan County location is at 1909 Central Parkway SW, Decatur, Alabama 35601, 256-355-7843
Lawrence County, Moulton Office MAP, 12529 AL Hwy 157, Moulton, AL 35650. Main phone 256-974-9026
Cullman County center is at 107 2nd Avenue NE, Cullman, AL 35055, main phone 256-734-5170
Community Service Programs of West Alabama, Inc.
Main address – 601 Black Bears Way
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401-4807
Counties covered are Fayette, Greene, Lamar, Tuscaloosa, Hale, Sumter, Choctaw, and Bibb.
The main locations of Community Service Programs of West Alabama, Inc. are noted below.
Bibb County Office, 200 Second Street, Centreville, Alabama 35042, Telephone (205) 926-9384
Fayette County, 316 Second Avenue N E, Fayette, Alabama 35555, (205) 932-3218
Greene County, 116 Prairie Avenue, Eutaw, Alabama 35462, dial (205) 372-4562 for intake
Hale County, 800 Hall Street, Greensboro, Alabama 36744, Telephone number is (334) 624-4455
Lamar County, 145 Columbus Avenue, Vernon, Alabama 35592, (205) 695-9573
Choctaw County, 129 North Mulberry Avenue, Butler, Alabama 36904, (205) 459-3964
Sumter County, 106 Hospital Drive, Livingston, Alabama 35470, main phone (205) 652-1346
Eleventh Area of Alabama Opportunity Action Committee
5 Village Square
Clanton, AL 35046
Chilton and Shelby County.
Elmore-Autauga Community Action Committee
Mailing address – P.O. Box 967
Wetumpka, AL 36092
Autauga, Dallas, Elmore, and Perry County residents should call this center.
Human Resources Development Corporation
100 George Wallace Drive
P.O. Box 31-1407
Enterprise, AL 36331-1407
Call the center at (334) 347-0881
Low income families in Barbour, Coffee, Geneva, Henry, Houston, Dale, Pike, and Covington should call this location. Some of what is offered includes free food, energy bill assistance, and they process applications for government programs such as Head Start.
Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity
Location is 300 8th Avenue West
Birmingham, Alabama 35204-3039
Telephone: (205) 327-7500
Call – (205) 327-7549. For more information on assistance programs from the non-profit agency
JCCEO’s Energy Services locations are:
- 1324-4th Avenue, North, Bessemer, Alabama 35020, 205-428-7124
- 589 Bessemer Super Highway, Midfield, Alabama 35218. Dial 205-497-6591 for intake.
- In Birmingham, stop by the location which is at the JCCEO Community Services Kingston Center, 801 46th Street North. This is in Birmingham, Alabama 35212. Call 205-201-7500.
Macon-Russell Community Action Agency, Inc.
102 Lakeview Road
Tuskegee, Alabama 36083
Marion-Winston Counties Community Action Committee, Inc.
Main address is 372 7th Avenue SW
Hamilton, AL 35570
Call (205) 921-4224 for hours and information
Mobile Community Action Agency, Inc.
Main location is 461 Donald Street
Prichard, AL 36617
Telephone: (251) 457-5700
Programs are for both Mobile and Washington County. The agency offers housing assistance (such as rent or help with paying security deposits), energy bill assistance (LIHEAP and weatherization), GED classes and even free holiday assistance in Alabama from the Christmas Wish Program.
There are several center of Mobile MCA in the county and nearby towns. They are as follows.
13280 N. Wintzell Ave., Bayou La Batre, AL 36509, dial 251.824.7026
19165 N. Main St., Citronelle, AL 36522, telephone 251.866.7386
6024 Lorma Dr., Mobile, AL 36608, main number is 251.343.3351
Center is at 1600 Boykin Blvd., Mobile, Alabama 36605, call 251.476.6425
1200 Park St., Mt. Vernon, AL 36560, telephone number is 251.829.6362
658-A Donald Street, Mobile, AL 36617, main number 251.457.9883
Plateau/Prichard location is at 204 E. Main St., Prichard, Alabama 36610, main number 251.452.4801
South Mobile County, 8740 McDonald Rd., Irvington, AL 36644, 251.957.6722
Washington County office – 56 W. Pelham St., Chatom, AL 36518, 251.847.2721
Wilmer/Semmes, 3810 Wulff Rd., Semmes, Alabama 36575, main phone 251.645.5266
Montgomery Community Action Agency, Inc.
Location is 1066 Adams Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama 36104
The unemployed and working poor can call this center. Apply for services such as weatherization, or speak to a case manager for job search assistance. The non-profit agency can direct low income Alabama families to transitional housing, provide weatherization applications, and advice on security deposit programs for the homeless.
Organized Community Action Program, Inc.
Address – 507 North Three Notch Street
Troy, AL 36081
Telephone: (334) 566-1712
Counties and regions – Bullock, Butler, Pickens, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Pike, Walker, and Lowndes County.
The main offices of the Organized Community agency are as follows.
- Bullock County – 108 Baskin Street, North, Union Springs, Alabama 36089, dial 334-738-3848.
- Butler County office is at 204 School Highland Road, Greenville, AL 36037. Call 334-382-2351 for intake.
- Covington County address – 23952 Highway 55 Bypass, Andalusia, AL 36420, 334-428-2660
- Crenshaw County is at 1727 Lee Street, Rutledge, AL 36071, dial 334-335-3910.
- Dale County – 397 Glenway Drive, Ozark, Alabama 36360, dial 334-774-2011.
- Lowndes County. Stop by OCAP at 489 Tuskeena Street, East Hayneville, AL 36040, dial 334-548-2768.
- Pike County – 507 N. Three Notch St, Troy, Alabama 36081. The telephone number for information is 334-566-1712
Pickens County Community Action & Development Corporation, Inc.
Address – 71 Lakeside Street
Carrollton, AL 35447
Walker County Community Action Agency
Address: 644 19th Street West
Jasper, Alabama 35502
Telephone number – (205) 221-4010
Disclaimer: The community resource directory information is deemed accurate and up-to-date, however, you should always call the provider to confirm this information and make an appointment. Be sure to confirm payment information with the provider, if payment is required.
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