PLEASE DONATE 😁 The homeless in Harlan County need YOUR help ❤️ Any and all donations are very much appreciated and go directly to the homeless in our community! #harlancountyproud
Here are a few examples of the many letters/notes Harlan County CAA has received showing support for the Blackjewel Miners!
🛑Harlan County CAA is now accepting donations for the miners and their families affected by the BlackJewel Coal Bankruptcy!! 💵You can drop off Cash/Check donations to April Vargas (donation receipts can be given) Monday-Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm at HCCAA location 319 Camden Street Harlan, KY 40831!! 💯 of the donations will
Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00 AM – 3:00 PMSee flyer for details 😁
Click Here In the month of April the Harlan County Community Action Agency provided the following services to individuals/families in Harlan County!! Transportation: 1,912 Medical Trips, 407 To/From Job Trips, 40 Veteran Trips, 55 Other Facility Sponsored Trips, 568 Demand Trips (Grocery store, bank, etc.), and 2 Intercity Trips (To/From
Good News! Community Action Kentucky has extended the deadline to apply for the Crisis Component of its Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) to April 30, 2019. Qualified applicants should contact HARLAN COUNTY CAA today at 606-573-5335 to verify funding availability and to schedule an appointment.
HCCAA is hosting a VISION meeting for all the businesses/non-profits/local government officials/assistance programs/service providers/etc. with resources available to the Harlan County Community. We will discuss the Harlan County Community Needs Assessment Results and ways we can join together to meet those needs! Date: Wednesday March 27, 2019 Time: 10:00 AMLocation: Harlan
382 individuals in the Harlan County Community took the survey. See below for the results! Click Here For – Community Needs Assessment Report 2019
Harlan County Community Action Agency, Inc. (HCCAA), is a private non-profit 501(C)(3) corporation that began on January 21, 1969, for the purpose of eliminating poverty in Harlan County, Kentucky. The overall purpose of HCCAA is to turn hope into reality and make our low-income individuals more self-sufficient. HCCAA gives a voice to the less fortunate and provides services whether in-house or by our community partners. HCCAA provides a multitude of various programs to assist low-income individuals and families to achieve and sustain self-sufficiency and a sense of well-being in the community. HCCAA programs help to provide better everyday living for persons in the service area. Our agency is needed for transportation, utility and security deposits assistance, medicine, child care, youth services, college tuition, weatherization assistance, homeless assistance, etc.