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
K-Count TOMORROW 01/30/2019 ✅ ❤️We greatly appreciate all the generosity from our Harlan County Community, YOU ALL ARE AMAZING!! ❤️ **Thanks to all the KIND donations for the K-Count we have the follow items to distribute to the homeless:71 – Blankets706 – Pairs of socks77- Hats49 – Scarves76 – Gloves48 – Flashlights32
Our Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Programs are here to help eligible laid off or dislocated workers and their spouses! WIOA offers programs such as Adult, Community Impact, Dislocated Workers, and Miner’s Program to eligible participants. These programs offer supportive services for individuals who have been laid off or for
*Please take a moment to click the link below to fill out our Community Needs Assessment. This assessment will be extremely valuable in determining the needs of the Harlan County community and determining what types of programs and funding are beneficial! Harlan County CAA values the input and feedback of
Harlan County Community Action Agency is sponsoring a Summer Food Service Program. The SFSP was established to ensure that low income children continue to receive meals when school is not in session. Children 18 and under can receive meals through the SFSP at various sites, which are the actual locations
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.