🚐Transportation:676 Medical Trips, 328 To/From Job Trips, 18 Veteran Trips, and 386 Demand Trips (Grocery, store, bank, etc.).TOTAL OF 1,408 TRIPS 🧰Workforce (WIOA):*Youth – 1 in Work-Experience, 1 in Training, 1 Job*Adult/Dislocated Workers, CI, NEG – 4 Jobs, 4 Enrollments (Supportive services/Needs Based Payments), 15 Needs Based Payments, 5 Supportive
Team Kentucky Fund Applications Now Being Accepted!! To apply click here:https://teamkyfund.ky.gov *A complete overview of eligibility requirements, required documentation and the online application can be found by clicking the link above!
📋Please see attached flyer for eligibility guidelines📋 📞Call Harlan County CAA at 606-573-5335 and ask to speak with a LIHEAP representative to see if you qualify or go to www.harlancountycaa.com/callback to request a callback. *Applications can be made through June 30, 2020 or until available funds have been expended.
✅YOUR OPINION MATTERS!!!📋 😀TAKE THE SURVEY AND SHARE 😀 *PLEASE take a moment to click the link below to fill out our COVID-19 2020 Community Needs Assessment for Harlan County! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z6LGDMQ 🆘This assessment is extremely valuable in determining the needs of the Harlan County Community during this COVID-19 pandemic!! ❤️Harlan County CAA
LIHEAP Crisis Still Going On – January 6, 2020 through April 30, 2020 Total LIHEAP Subsidy Clients Serviced: 1,124Total LIHEAP Subsidy Amount Paid: $157,092.00 *The LIHEAP subsidy component provides assistance to all eligible households with home heating costs. Applications must be made during the period of November through December each
🚐Transportation:1,545 Medical Trips, 378 To/From Job Trips, 24 Veteran Trips, and 466 Demand Trips (Grocery, store, bank, etc.).TOTAL OF 2, 413 TRIPS 🧰Workforce (WIOA):*Youth – 2 in Work-Experience, 2 in Training, 1 Job, and 6 total clients served. *Adult/Dislocated Workers, CI, NEG – 10 Jobs, 45 Enrollments (Supportive services/Needs Based Payments).*484
💵As of April 1, 2020 Harlan County CAA has paid out $906,631.72 from donations received for the Miners Fund through means of $2,000 checks, electric bills, water bills, etc ❤️
In response to Governor Beshear’s Memorandum of Cancellation of in-person government services in order to promote social distancing under CDC guidelines and to promote the health and well-being of the general public to reduce community spread of the COVID-19 virus, we will no longer be doing in-person services. If you
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.