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Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies 2013 Annual Report

Helping People Help Themselves


Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies 2013 Annual Report Table of Contents About Community Action................................................................................................................................................3 A Message from OACAA’s Board President and Executive Director....................................................................... 4 OACAA Board of Trustees..............................................................................................................................................5 Community Action Programs by Category................................................................................................................... 6 OACAA Member Agencies............................................................................................................................................16 OACAA Accomplishments............................................................................................................................................30 Financial Report...............................................................................................................................................................31

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About Community Action ommunity Action Agencies (CAAs) work to alleviate poverty and empower low-income families in their communities. For over 45 years, CAAs have provided the tools to help people move from poverty to self-sufficiency.

The Community Action Agency Network is made up of more than 1,100 local, private, non-profit and public agencies, created through the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. The Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies represents Ohio’s 50 agencies serving the needs of low-income people in all of Ohio’s 88 counties. CAAs provide services to more than 15 million low-income people annually in 99 percent of the nation’s counties. Among them are 4 million children. In 2012, Ohio’s Community Action Agencies served more than 800,000 low-income individuals, among them over 325,000 children. There is no “typical” CAA. No two CAAs are exactly alike because each is governed by the leadership and specific needs of its local community. But despite this fact, there is a typical CAA approach to fighting the causes of poverty. Local agencies approach these goals by offering a variety of programs that serve low-income children, families and seniors. They coordinate emergency assistance, provide weatherization services, sponsor youth programs, operate senior centers and provide transportation in rural areas. CAAs provide linkages to job training opportunities, GED preparation courses, and vocational education programs. They provide a range of services addressing poverty-related problems ­‑ from income management and credit counseling to entrepreneurial development and small business incubators; from domestic violence crisis assistance to family development programs and parenting classes; from food pantries and emergency shelters to low-income housing development and community revitalization projects.

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Safe and Secure Housing Overcoming Employment Barriers Health and Well Being Income Management Community Development

The Community Action Promise

Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

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A Message from the OACAA Board President & Executive Director

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ommunity Action Agencies across Ohio serve as a beacon of hope and strength to families in trying times, offering a variety of services to meet the needs of their local communities. The services we offer help people overcome employment barriers, provide safe and secure housing for families, and maintain their health and wellbeing. We aim to instill real, positive, transformational changes in the lives of the people we serve. It is our hope that this report will demonstrate those changes we are making in Ohio one family at a time. I would also like to thank all of the dedicated staff and volunteers that have contributed to the Community Action Network’s success in Ohio. Whether you are an agency employee, a board member, or a financial supporter, it is important for you to remember that you perform outstanding work every day and are making a difference in many people’s lives. Ohio has had a tremendous network of Community Action Agencies for almost 50 years. We are proud of our agencies, the work that we do and the programs we offer. We hope after reading this report that you are proud of this work too. Sincerely,

Gwen L. Robinson-Benning President

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ach of Ohio’s 50 Community Action Agencies is different. They offer local people meeting the local needs of their community through a variety of training, services and assistance programs that help people move from poverty to self-sufficiency. We like to say that Community Action Agencies don’t offer a hand-out, but a hand-up. They help people help themselves. It is our hope that this annual report will help demonstrate the real work that is being done by Community Action Agencies throughout Ohio. In 2012, Community Action Agencies served 804,237 low-income individuals, 325,280 families, 326,170 children. By helping these people, CAAs have not only made a substantial impact on their lives, but have also benefitted their communities. Community Action Agencies have been helping low-income people and their communities for almost 50 years. We have the knowledge, resources and flexibility to meet the needs of our communities and help everyone prosper. We hope that this annual report demonstrates that. Sincerely, Philip E. Cole

Executive Director

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OACAA Board of Trustees President Gwen L. Robinson President and CEO of Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency

District 3 Representative Gary Obloy Executive Director of Community Action Commission of Belmont County

First Vice President David Brightbill Executive Director of Washington Morgan Community Action

District 3 Representative Ken Kempton CEO of LEADS Community Action

Second Vice President Robert Chilton Executive Director of IMPACT Community Action Treasurer Ruthann House Executive Director of WSOS Community Action Commission Inc. Secretary Janice Warner CEO of Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron and Richland Counties District 1 Chair Deb Gerken Executive Director of Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission District 1 Representative Greg Hopkins Economic Opportunity Planning Association of Greater Toledo, Inc. District 1 Representative Andrew Joseph Devany Executive Director of Ohio Heartland Community Action Commission District 2 Chair Robert Hamilton Housing Services Manager for Council for Economic Opportunity in Greater Cleveland District 2 Representative Judith Barris Executive Director of Ashtabula County Community Action District 2 Representative David Shea Executive Director of Community Action Council of Portage County

District 4 Chair Tom Reed Executive Director of Gallia Meigs Community Action District 4 Representative Cheryl Thiessen Executive Director of Jackson Vinton Community Action, Inc. District 4 Representative Wayne McLaughlin Executive Director of Ross County Community Action Commission District 5 Chair Alvin Norris Executive Director of Adams/Brown Counties Economic Opportunities District 5 Representative John Tim Donellan Executive Director of Community Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area District 5 Representative Bambi Baughn Executive Director of Community Action Commission of Fayette County District 6 Chair Rodney Reasonover Executive Director of Stark County Community Action Agency District 6 Representative Jacqueline Middleton Executive Director of Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland District 6 Representative Malcolm Costa Executive Director of Akron Summit Community Action Inc.

District 3 Representative Gary Ricer Executive Director of GMN Tri-County Community Action Commission

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Community Action Programs by Category

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804,237 low-income people aided

n 2012, 804,237 low-income individuals were served by Community Action Agencies, 325,280 families received services and 326,170 children were helped. Following is a breakdown by five broad program categories of how these people were served.

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484,640 low-income people aided

any Community Action Agencies in Ohio offer low-income housing or provide rental or mortgage assistance. CAAs offer everything from first-time home buyer classes to homeless shelters. CAAs also provide home repair, weatherization and utility assistance to ensure that low-income families have safe and secure homes. Below is a sample list of some of the programs that Community Action Agencies offer and that helped over 484,000 Ohioans maintain safe and secure homes in 2012: • • • • •

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Rental/Mortgage Assistance Home Buyer Counseling Home Rehab/Repair Low-Income Housing Development Weatherization Assistance

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Energy and Utility Assistance Eviction Prevention Transitional Housing Homeless Shelters Domestic Violence Programs and Shelters

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Housing Success Story

ayne was unemployed and looking for a job. His wife Candace was working two jobs to help the family get by. The couple desperately wanted to stay in their home with their two children, but when one of Candace’s jobs was eliminated and her hours were reduced at the other job, the couple turned to the Community Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area (CAP) for help. The couple had already made an agreement with their lender that allowed them to lower their monthly payment. This was only a short-term solution though, as their arrearage would continue to increase. CAP Housing Counselor Kevin Foreman helped the couple apply for the Restoring Stability Program, a mortgage assistance program. Wayne and Candace worked hard to do whatever was required to get the assistance they needed to keep their home. “They always got the required documents to me in a timely, orderly fashion,” Mr. Foreman said. The couple qualified for six months of mortgage payment assistance and rescue payment assistance to help them catch up on their arrearage. After doing a financial worksheet with Mr. Foreman, the couple was able to come up with the funds they needed to qualify for the matching assistance. A slight glitch resulted when they realized they needed to send a cashier’s check instead of a money order to Columbus. Fearing that they would miss the deadline, Wayne took the time to drive the payment to Columbus himself. All of the necessary forms were completed on time and the family began receiving assistance. Candace began working fulltime and Wayne continues to look for employment. But a large weight has been lifted from their shoulders and the family will be able to keep their home during this difficult time thanks to the help of Community Action.

20,058 low-income people obtained a home, knowledge to buy a home, temporary shelter or were able to maintin their home in 2012 through Community Action

464,515 low-income people obtained utility assistance through Community Action

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Overcoming Employment Barriers

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150,341 low-income people aided

ommunity Action Agencies offer a variety of programs to help low-income individuals overcome employment barriers and find meaningful employment at a living wage. Programs range from GED classes and skill training, to resume writing and computer classes. CAAs help people find jobs, attain work-appropriate clothing, and even offer childcare and transportation services so that low-income people can make it to their jobs. Below is a sample list of some of the programs that Community Action Agencies offer and that helped over 150,000 Ohioans overcome employment barriers in 2012:

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Job Counseling Job Placement Job Creation Workforce Development • On-the-Job Training • Skills Training • Adult Education

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GED Preparation Displaced Worker Assistance Small Business Development Loan Funds Computer Training and Access Business Clothing Child Care

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Transportation Drop Out Prevention Summer Youth Employment Programs College Counseling and Placement Head Start After School Enrichment and Tutoring


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Employment Barrier Success Story

andra had come from a broken home. She dropped out of school in the ninth grade, had an addictive lifestyle, had served time in prison, and was living on the streets. But thanks to Community Action, she completed her education, has a home and a great job where she says, “I am living my dream and it feels great!” While applying for an assistance program, Sandra heard a speaker talk about IMPACT Community Action Agency’s program Support of Self-Sufficiency (S.O.S.). This case management program helps participants create and meet goals to achieve selfsufficiency. Sandra says of the speaker, “I knew he was talking just to me. I needed a plan to get myself together. With help from my family development specialist (or case manager) at IMPACT, I was able to create an Individual Service Plan to reduce my barriers to self-sufficiency and pursue my dreams of education, housing, life-skills and having a support system.” Through meetings with her case manager, Sandra set a goal of becoming a heavy equipment operator. To do so she needed to meet certain educational requirements and acquire various certifications. To help with that goal, she enrolled in IMPACT’s ReEntry Program, which helps ex-offenders reintegrate into society, and a Workforce Development program. With financial assistance through the programs at IMPACT in Franklin County, Sandra was able to get her GED, and she attended the necessary classes to receive her heavy equipment operators license. “I was the only African-American female in my class and I scored 100 percent on every test I took,” Sandra said. IMPACT also helped Sandra recover her driver’s license after 15 years, and paid for her union dues. “I was partnered with everyone who could help me become successful,” she stated. Sandra was able to secure a job with an apartment complex that included her housing, so she was no longer homeless, but that wasn’t enough for her. She continued to pursue her dreams, progressing through her career, and now has a job with Wright Patterson Air Force Base making $35 an hour! “My family development specialist continued to help me stay focused on my dream,” Sandra explained. “To me, ‘Support of Self-Sufficiency’ means that people don’t give up on you - they empower you. It takes time and effort and help from all kinds of places to reduce your barriers. Now I live my dream every day and I will never wear anything other than my bright pink hard hat. IMPACT made me a survivor!”

88,538 low-income individuals received access to transportation or childcare through Community Action

1,840 low-income individuals were assisted in maintaining a job, increasing their wage or decreasing public assistance with Community Action

44,734 children and youth received educational and training programs through Community Action

1,994 low-income individuals obtained a job with Community Action

10,799 low-income individuals received training, their GED or increased employment skills with the help of Community Action

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Health and Well Being

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1,434,459 low-income people aided

here are some Community Action Agencies that run health clinics; many others offer health screenings and preventive care, even dental checkups. To ensure the health and wellbeing of low-income people in their communities, many CAAs offer food pantries and clothing as well. Below is a sample list of some of the programs that Community Action Agencies offer and that helped over 1 million Ohioans maintain their health and wellbeing in 2012:

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Medical and Dental Screenings Immunizations Medical Transportation Medical Centers and Clinics Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment • Pregnancy-Related Care • Family Planning Services

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Rural Health Programs Well-Baby Clinics Women, Infants and Children (WIC) In-Home Senior Care, Senior Centers and Day Cares • Food Pantries • Supplemental Nutrition Programs • Summer Lunch Programs

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Meals on Wheels Community Gardens Congregate Meals Clothing Drives Family Development Parenting Education


Health Success Story

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uan, a 66 year old Lake County resident who lives with his daughter’s family is an insulin-dependent diabetic without medical insurance. His family must absorb the financial responsibility of his medical care. Juan turned to Lifeline for the Empowerment and Development of Consumers, the Lake County Community Action Agency, for assistance with his diabetic needs. His required insulin was over $500 a month and was an economic and emotional strain on his family. “I worry a lot about him, about how we will manage his health,” his daughter Rosie explained. During his appointment with the health services coordinator, Juan learned about the Eye Care Assistance Program that Lifeline also offered. He had not had an eye exam in many years and worried about damage to his eyes from his diabetic condition. At the conclusion of the appointment, Juan had a voucher to receive his insulin, as well as an exam scheduled with an eye doctor. “I worry less because of the programs from Lifeline,” Rosie said. “I can focus on my kids knowing that my dad has help. We rely on Lifeline’s health programs for my dad.” Juan is working to maintain his health with the help of his family. He is better able to manage his diabetes by taking his insulin as prescribed and has been receiving the needed follow-up care for his eyes through Lifeline’s partnership with Prevent Blindness Ohio.

455,573 children and youth received immunizations, wellvisits, medical and dental care thanks to Community Action

Accessible healthcare was provided or increased to 43,027 individuals through Community Action

8,057 individuals received emergency clothing and 48,474 units of clothing were distributed through Community Action

Social/emotional care and classes (abuse prevention, substance abuse, parenting classes, etc.) were provided to 26,448 individuals through Community Action

410,949 individuals received emergency food and 7,939,316 pounds of food were distributed through Community Action

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13,961 low-income people aided

ommunity Action Agencies offer programs to help low-income people learn to budget and better manage their finances. CAAs offer financial literacy programs and individual development account programs to help people save money. Below is a sample list of some of the programs that Community Action Agencies offer and that helped over 13,000 Ohioans manage their incomes in 2012:

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Financial Literacy Financial Counseling Income Tax Counseling and Assistance Individual Development Accounts Buy Car Programs

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Income Management Success Story

hen Betty Jo first came to Supports to Encourage Low-income Families (SELF), the designated Community Action Agency for Butler County, she was a struggling single mother who was working full-time. She had been taken advantage of by others and she seriously doubted her ability to succeed. Betty Jo enrolled in SELF’s Individual Development Account (IDA) program in order to save money to fulfill her dream of being a first-time home buyer. She also wanted to go back to college to finish her degree in Botany. While enrolled in SELF’s IDA program, Betty Jo learned how to budget through their seven-week money management course. They also connected her with first-time home buyer counseling and worked with her to improve her credit. After just one year of being enrolled in SELF’s IDA program, Betty Jo went back to college, raised her credit score by 100 points and will soon fulfill her dream of being a first-time home buyer. Betty Jo maintained high grades in college while working two part-time jobs and diligently saving money each month to buy a house. Through the IDA program, her savings will be matched 2:1 by SELF when she makes a down payment on a home. Although Betty Jo has achieved so much in such a short time, the most noticeable transformation has come from her new found self-confidence. SELF provided the tools and support; Betty Jo worked hard to implement the plan.

12,139 individuals benefitted from tax credits and assistance through Community Action

1,675 individuals received assistance with budgeting from Community Action

147 individuals set up Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) or savings accounts

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143 different projects affecting 138,254 people

AAs make a significant contribution to community economic development by promoting individual wealth and initiating projects that create jobs, build industry and develop community infrastructure. A study recently completed by Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, Community Action Agencies: Strengthening Ohio’s Communities, found that CAA’s invest nearly 40 percent of their funding towards community economic development. Below is a sample list of community economic development projects that CAAs are involved in: • Projects that attract capital investment o Recycling Services o Downtown Revitalization o Commercial Development • Projects that increase business development opportunities o Microenterprise o Technical Assistance o Micro-financing • Projects that increase or enhance employment opportunities o Job Counseling o Employer Partnerships o Industry Training • Projects that result in infrastructure development or redevelopment o Broadband o Public Transportation o Housing Development • Projects that improve financial security of individuals through asset-building o Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) o Home buyer’s Assistance o Credit Counseling

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Community Development Success Story

Taken from Community Action Agencies: Strengthening Ohio’s Communities Report available at www.oacaa.org/news-media/resources

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n 2007, the State of Ohio issued a Layoff Aversion grant to prevent the Glatfelter manufacturing plant, one of the largest employers in Southern Ohio, from laying off over 250 of their 1,500 employees, impacting Adams, Brown, Pike, Ross and Scioto counties. With this grant funding, Pike County Community Action Committee assembled a Regional Rapid Response Team, which included representatives from the Workforce Investment Board, the Governor’s Regional Economic Development Office, Ohio University, county governments, and area training specialists. The purpose of the Regional Rapid Response Team was to swiftly begin retraining and upgrading the skills of Glatfelter’s workforce. The efforts of the Rapid Response Team not only prevented a major layoff, but also expanded Glatfelter’s services into a new forestry initiative, creating 25 additional employment positions. These jobs provided wages and benefits ranging from $28.76$34.34 per hour. The increase in employment and preservation of wages in the surrounding communities has resulted in a return on investment of 125.5% to the local economy. This program was designed to retain a major employer in the area. Not only was the program successful, it also expanded business, which provides multiple additional benefits through increased employment opportunities and business stability.

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OACAA Member Agencies

Adams/Brown Counties Economic Opportunities Inc.

Programs: • Head Start • Energy Assistance Program • Circles • Foster Grandparent • YouthBuild Program • Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

406 W. Plum St. Georgetown, OH 45121 937-378-6041 www.abceoi.org

Additional Locations: 19211 Main St. P.O. Box 188 Winchester, OH 45697 937-695-0316

Ashtabula County Community Action

Programs: • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Workforce Investment Act (WIA) • One Stop • Benefit Bank • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Rental Homes • Senior Programs • Adult Day Care • Passport • Meals on Wheels

Akron Summit Community Action Inc. 55 E. Mill St. P.O. Box 2000 Akron, OH 44309-2000 330-376-7730 www.ascainc.org

Additional Locations: Akron Branch 670 W. Exchange Street Akron, OH 44302 330-253-8806 Barberton Branch 105 S. 5th Street SE, Suite 1A Barberton, OH 44203 330-848-0557 Springfield Branch 1367 Doty Drive Akron, OH 44306 330-784-3301 12 Head Start Locations

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6920 Austinburg Rd. Ashtabula, OH 44005 800-874-8545 or 440-997-5936 www.accaa.org

Additional Locations: Health Services 3225 Lake Ave. Ashtabula, OH 44004 Head Start 4510 Main Ave. Ashtabula, OH 44004 Programs: • Head Start • Early Head Start • Home Repairs • Benefit Bank • Women, Infants & Children (WIC) • Meals on Wheels • 2-1-1 • Help Me Grow Home Visiting • Weatherization • HEAP

Cincinnati/Hamilton County Community Action Agency 1740 Langdon Farm Road Cincinnati, OH 45237 513-569-1840 www.cincy-caa.org

Additional Locations: Theodore M. Berry Head Start Center 880 W. Court Street Cincinnati, OH 45203

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Programs: • Head Start (Preschool Education) • Community Services (Utility Assistance, Job Training, Support Services) • Youth Services (Blue Print for Success, Youth Build, Youth Development) • Greater Cincinnati Microenterprise Initiative (Small Business Development)

Clermont County Community Service, Inc. 3003 Hospital Drive Batavia, OH 45103 513-732-2277 www.cccsi.org

Programs: • Homeless Shelter • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Health Clinic • Dental Clinic

Additional Locations: Lisbon Community Health Center 7880 Lincole Place Lisbon, OH 44432 330-424-5686 East Liverpool Community Health Center 16687 St. Clair Ave. East Liverpool, OH 43920 330-386-7777 Salineville Community Health Center at Melhorn 103 West Main Street Salineville, OH 43945 330-679-2640 Community Dental Center 38722 Saltwell Rd. Lisbon, OH 44432 330-424-4192 8 Head Start locations throughout the county with a total of 13 classrooms

Programs: • Head Start • Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP) • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Food Pantry • Car program • Senior Services

Programs: • Head Start • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • CAA Emergency Assistance • First Time Homebuyer Counseling and Down Payment Assistance • Foreclosure Prevention • Homeless Shelter and Transitional Housing Assistance • ByCar Program • Microenterprise and USDA Revolving Loan Funds • Consumer Credit Counseling Program • Senior Home Repair Program • Health Centers, includes Behavioral Health Services • Dental Center • Community Action Rural Transit System

Community Action Agency of Columbiana County Inc

Community Action Commission of Belmont County

Clinton County Community Action Program 789 North Nelson Ave. P.O. Box 32 Wilmington, OH 45177 937-382-5667 clintoncap.org

7880 Lincole Place Lisbon, OH 44432 330-424-7221 www.caaofcc.org

153 1/2 W. Main Street St.Clairsville, OH 49350 740-695-0293 www.cacbelmont.org

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Additional Locations: Help Me Grow, HEAP and Outreach 155 West Main Street St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Six Head Start Locations

Housing and Head Start 100 West Main Street St. Clairsville, OH 43950 WIA Youth Programs and Senior Employment 302 Walnut Street Martins Ferry, OH 43935 Programs: • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) and Utility Assistance • Emergency Food and Shelter Program • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Help Me Grow • Comprehensive Housing Counseling • Head Start • Pre-School • Workforce Investment Act (WIA) • Senior Services (Employment, volunteer and companion programs) • Summer Food Service Program • Transportation • Ohio Benefit Bank

Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron and Richland Counties 908 Seavers Way P.O. Box 2500 Sandusky, OH 44870-4659 419-626-4320 www.cacehr.org

Additional Locations: Norwalk Office 92 N Prospect Street Norwalk, OH 44857 419-668-9823 Willard Office 1530 S. Conwell Street Willard, OH 44890 419-935-1010 Mansfield Office 597 Park Ave. East Mansfield, OH 44905 419-589-2520

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Programs: • Head Start • HEAP/PIPP/Summer Crisis Cooling • Norwalk Homeless Shelter • Food Pantries • ODOD Housing Assistance Program • ODOD Housing Stability Program • City of Sandusky Home Repair Program • EFSP Rent/Mortgage Assistance • Income Tax Preparation • By-Car-Program • Summer Food Services Program • Fatherhood Matters Program • Ohio V.E.T.S. Program • Prescription Assistance Program • Essentials Closet

Community Action Commission of Fayette County

1400 U.S. Route 22 NW Washington Court House, OH 43160-8604 740-335-7282 www.cacfayettecounty.org

Additional Locations: Homeless Shelter 340 South Hinde Street Washington Court House, OH 43160 740-333-7580 Self-Help Housing 1360 Forest Street Washington Court House, OH 43160 740-335-1831 Jeffersonville Head Start 41 Colonial Drive Jeffersonville, OH 43128 740-426-0051 Programs: • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Emergency Services, Homeless Prevention • Head Start • Weatherization • Senior Programs • Homeownership Programs • Transportation • Homeless Programs

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Community Action Program Commission of the Lancaster Fairfield County Area 1743 East Main Street P.O. Box 768 Lancaster, OH 43130-0768 740-653-4146 www.faircaa.org

Programs: • Housing • Energy Assistance • Emergency Services (i.e. utility shut-off, rental assistance, clothing and emergency food) • Recycling Services • Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) • Early Childhood Education (Head Start, Early Head Start, and Help Me Grow)

Community Action Committee of Pike 941 Market Street Piketon, OH 45661 740-289-2371 www.pikecac.org

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Benefit Bank Home Repairs Computer Lab Job Training After School Programs

Community Action Organization of Delaware/Madison/Union Counties Inc. 648 Clymer Road, Suite 130 Marysville, OH 43040 937-642-4986 www.caodmu.org

Additional Locations: London Office 255 W. High St. London, OH 43140 740-852-3511 Delaware Office 149 N Sandusky St. Delaware, OH 43015 740-369-3184

Programs: • Head Start • Early Head Start • Job Training • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Benefit Bank • Emergency Services • Food Pantry • Transportation • Women, Infants & Children (WIC) • Health Center • Microenterprise • Senior Services

Community Action Council of Portage County Inc. 1036 West Main Street P.O. Box 917 Ravenna, OH 44266 330-297-1456 www.cacportage.net

Programs: • Energy Assistance • Home Weatherization • Project Safe Heat (for seniors only) • VITA • Suites Me Fine • Financial Skill (IDA) • Homeless Housing Assistance Program • Work Related Assistance Program

Community Action Commission of Scioto County 433 Third Street P.O. Box 1525 Portsmouth, OH 45662 740-354-7541 www.caosciotocounty.org

Additional Locations: Head Start/Early Head Start 1511 Hutchins Street Portsmouth, OH 45662 740-354-3333

Programs: • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

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Center For Dental Wellness 1112 Gallia Street Portsmouth, OH 45662 740-351-0930

Preble County 304 Eaton Lewisburg Rd. Eaton, OH 45320 937-456-2800

CAO Health Clinics 411 Second Street Portsmouth, OH 45662 740-353-3173

Warren County Community Services, Inc. 570 N. St. Rt. 741 Lebanon, OH 45036 513-695-2100 www.wccsi.org

Programs: • WIA Services (Adult and youth employment placement & training) • Emergency Flood Remediation • Summer Feeding Program • Disability Navigator Project • Workforce Development Area # 1 • Health Clinic Services (Adult primary care, obstetrics/ gynecology & maternity care) • WIC program • Head Start/Early Head Start • Center For Dental Wellness • Home Weatherization and Utility Assistance • Senior Meals at Home and Congregate • Passport Services • Information and Referral • Food Bank • Clothing Bank • Economic Development • Brownfields Remediation • Summer School Make-Up Classes • Home Energy Audits • Home Repairs

Community Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area 719 South Main Street Dayton, OH 45402 937-341-5000 www.cap-dayton.org

Additional Locations: Greene County 1855 Bellbrook Rd. Xenia, OH 45385 937-376-7747

Youth Empowerment Center 716 Main St. Trotwood, OH 45426 Programs: • Computer Literacy Training • Housing Foreclosure Counseling • Rental Assistance • Micro-Enterprise Business Development • Job Placement Assistance • Tax Filing Assistance • Transportation • Weatherization • Transitional Housing • Head Start • Utility Assistance • Senior Meals • Emergency Shelter • Veterans Services • Youth Services Warren County Community Services Programs: • The 741 Center • Care Management/Elderly Services • Senior/Family Housing • Meals-on-Wheels • Senior Transportation • Supportive Services • Early Learning Centers (Administrative Office) • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Weatherization • Balanced Housing • HOME (Home Owners Maintenance Experts) • Family Services • RSVP

Community Action of Wayne/Medina 2375-B Benden Drive Wooster, OH 44691 330-264-8677 www.cawm.org

Darke County 1469 Sweitzer Street Grencille, OH 45331 937-548-8143

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Programs: • Energy Assistance • Financial Assistance • Food Assistance • Transportation (Wayne County) • Senior Services • Head Start • Wellness Programs • Home Maintenance and Repair Program • Home Weatherization Assistance Program

Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland 1228 Euclid Ave. Suite 700 Cleveland, OH 44115 216-696-9077 www.ceogc.org

Programs: • Head Start • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Early Head Start • Job Training • Family Development • Ohio VETS Program

Gallia-Meigs Community Action Agency 8010 North State Rt. 7 P. O. Box 272 Cheshire, OH 45620 740-367-7341 www.galliameigscaa.webs.com

Programs: • Child Care • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Housing Services • Transportation • Emergency Services • BABES (Babies Assisted with Basic Emergency Supplies)

Geauga Community Action Inc. 12480 Ravenwood Drive PO Box 309 Chardon, OH 44024 440-285-9141

Guernsey, Monroe, Noble Tri-County Community Action Agency 615 North Street Caldwell, OH 43724 740-732-2388 www.gmntrico.org

Economic Opportunity Planning Association of Greater Toledo 505 Hamilton Street, Hamilton Building Toledo, OH 43604 419-242-7304 www.eopa.org

Programs: • Community Resources Coordinating Project • Employment Readiness Training Program • Financial Literacy Program • General Education Development Program • Home Energy Assistance Program • Senior Brokering Program • Senior Emergency Home Repair Program • Re-enty Program

Additional Locations: 14 locations in the tri-county area Programs: • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Head Start/Early Head Start • Broadband • Healthy Smiles Dental Clinic • Prevention Services/HPRP/HCRP • Senior Services/SCSEP • Housing/Weatherization

HARCATUS Tri-County Community Action 220 Grant Street Dennison, OH 44621 740-922-0933 www.harcatus.org

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Additional Locations: 11 Head Start Locations

Wyandot CAC 559 S. Warpole St. Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Family Support Centers (Energy Assistance): 140 W. High Ave., Suite B New Philadelphia, OH 44663 330-343-8770

Programs: • Head Start • Home Weatherization/Energy Conservation • Emergency Aid (utilities, rent, prescriptions, mortgage payments) • Small Business Development • Women, Infants and Children (WIC) • Affordable Housing Development • HATS Public Transportation • Individual Development Accounts (IDA) • Ohio Benefits Bank tax filing assistance • Accessible Apartments

108 N. Second St. Dennison, OH 43907 740-922-3600 122 S. Main St. Cadiz, OH 43907 740-942-8886 276 2nd St. SW Carrollton, OH 44615 330-627-4101

Highland County Community Action Organization

Housing & Weatherization Assistance Program 507 Grant St. Dennison, OH 44621 740-922-6692

1487 North High Street, Suite 500 Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-393-3458 www.hccao.org

Programs: • Housing & Weatherization Program • Training & Employment Division • Energy Assistance Program • Child & Adult Food Program • Head Start • Retired Senior Volunteer Program • Senior Nutrition Program

Hancock Hardin Wyandot Putnam (HHWP) Community Action Commission 122 Jefferson Street PO Box 179 Findlay, OH 45839 419-423-3755 www.hhwpcac.org

Additional Locations: Hardin CAC 950 W. Kohler St. Kenton, OH 43326 Putnam CAC 1205 E. 3rd St. Ottawa, OH 45875

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Programs: • Family Health Services – WIC and Family Planning • Housing - HWAP, CHIP, EPP, etc. • Senior Nutrition - Home Delivered & Congregate Meals • Head Start/Early Head Start • Transportation • Outreach – HEAP, Ohio Benefit Bank, Foreclosure Counseling & Food Pantry

Hocking, Athens, Perry Community Action 3 Cardaras Drive PO Box 220 Glouster, OH 45732 740-767-4500 or 800-686-1093 www.hapcap.org

Additional Locations: SE Ohio Regional Food Center 1005 CIC Drive Logan, OH 43138 740-385-6813 or 800-385-6813

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Housing/Weatherization 50 St. Charles Street Nelsonville, OH 45764 740-753-3062 or 866-992-8858 Programs: • Head Start • Food Assistance • Housing/Weatherization • Transportation • HEAP - Energy Assistance • Community Services • Meals-On-Wheels • Community Development

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Public Transportation Housing Management Senior Services Weatherization Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Lawrence County Early Childhood Academy Homeless Services

Jackson/Vinton Community Action, Inc. 118 South New York Avenue Wellston, OH 45692 740-384-3722 www.jvcai.org

IMPACT Community Action 700 Brydan Road Columbus, OH 43215 614-252-2799 www.impactca.org

Programs: • Empowerment Services • Central Case Management • Computer Literacy • Financial Services • Re-Entry Work Readiness • Workforce Development • Energy Efficiency • Home Weatherization Assistance • Emergency Assistance • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Rent/Mortgage Assistance • Material Assistance

Ironton-Lawrence County Community Action Organization 305 North 5th Street Ironton, OH 45638 740-532-3534 www.ilcao.org

Additional Locations: Jackson County WIC 73-A Huron Street Jackson, OH 45640 740-286-5443 Head Start Parkview 320 W. South Street Jackson, OH 45640 740-286-1296 Vinton County Site 31935 State Route 93 McArthur, OH 45651 740-596-4883 Milton Head Start 3523 Fairgreens Road Jackson, OH 45640 740-384-5413 Programs: • Health Services • Head Start • Women, Infants & Children (WIC) • Housing • Energy Assistance • Transportation • Weatherization

Programs: • Community Development (CDBG) • Community Services (CSBG) • Family Guidance • Family Medical Centers • Workforce Development • Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

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Jefferson County Community Action Council 114 North 4th Street P. O. Box 130 Steubenville, OH 43952 740-282-0971 www.jeffersoncountycac.com

Programs: • Head Start • Community Leadership Training • Emergency Services • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Workforce Investment Act (WIA) • Senior Community Service Employment • Housing

Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland Community Action Commission

Programs: • Weatherization • Home Energy Assistance (HEAP) • Head Start (7 Sites) • Housing (7 locations) • Homeless Shelter Program • Ashland Dental Clinic • Coshocton Senior Center • Family Planning (3 Clinics) • Retired Senior Volunteer Program • Housing Stability Program

159 Wilson Street Newark, OH 43055 740-349-8606 www.leadscaa.org

Utica Head Start 308 N. Main St. Utica, OH 43080 740-892-2532 Delaware Head Start 607 Sunbury Rd. Delaware, OH 43015 740-363-8810

Newark Head Start 986 E. Main St. Newark, OH 43055 740-345-6415

Additional Locations: Over 30 satellite locations in four counties

LEADS

Buckeye Lake Service Center 41 1st St. Buckeye Lake, OH 43088 740-928-4481

Buckeye Lake Head Start 5312 Walnut Rd. Buckeye Lake, OH 43088 740-928-1123

120 North 4th Street Coshocton, OH 43812 740-622-9801 www.knohoco.org

Pataskala Service Center 12536 Adams Lance SW Pataskala, OH 43062 740-927-9861

Marysville Head Start 111 Morey Dr. Marysville, OH 43040 937-642-1230 Programs: • Affordable Housing • HEAP, PIPP, Utility Assistance • Home Repair and Weatherization • Food Pantry/Clothes Closet (Pataskala) • Food Pantry (Buckeye Lake & Utica) • Early Head Start • Head Start

Lifeline for the Empowerment and Development of Consumers, Inc. 54 S. State St. Suite 309 Painesville, OH 44077 440-354-2148 www.lclifeline.org

Additional Locations: Paul Marsh Service Center 160 Wilson St. Newark, OH 43055 740-345-3133

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Programs: • Prescription Assistance • Diabetic Supplies Assistance • Eye Care Assistance • Transportation Assistance • Supportive Housing Program • Employment/Training Program • Food/Nutrition Program • 211 Information & Referral Hotline • VITA Tax Site • Rental Assistance Program • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

Lima/Allen Council on Community Affairs 540 S. Central Ave. Lima, OH 45804 419-227-2586 www.lacca.org

Lorain County Community Action Agency PO Box 245 Lorain, OH 44052 440-245-2009 www.lccaa.net Additional Locations: Hamilton Head Start 1215 Middle Ave Elyria, OH 440-323-1737 Hopkins-Locke Head Start 1050 Reid Ave Lorain, OH 440-246-0480

HEAP Office 401 Broadway Ave. Lorain, OH 440-244-0382 Programs: • Head Start • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Home Weatherization Assistance • Emergency Home Repair • Technology Training • Emergency Home Repair

Programs: • Community Technology Center • Early Head Start/Head Start • Fair Housing Services • Financial Literacy • Foreclosure Prevention • Utility Assistance • Homeownership • Kindergarten Kamp • Rent/Mortgage Assistance • RISE (Real Initiatives for Self-sufficiency and Employment) • Rx/AIM (Assistance in Medicine)

506 Broadway

Oberlin Head Start 12078 Leavitt Rd. Oberlin, OH 440-775-1515

Mahoning Youngstown Community Action Partnership 1325 Fifth Avenue Youngstown, OH 44504-1702 330-747-7921 www.my-cap.org

Additional Locations: 10 Head Start locations Programs: • CAP Car • Case Management • Computer Literacy • Head Start and Early Head Start • Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) • Employment Training/Life Skills • Financial Stability Strategies • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Male Involvement Program • Nutrition • Ohio Benefits Bank • Parent Engagement • Rural Services (Sebring) • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) • Weatherization Assistance Program • Youth Engagement

Miami County Community Action Council 1695 Troy-Sidney Road Troy, OH 45373-9743 937-339-1431

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Muskingum Economic Opportunity Action Group Inc. 828 Lee St. Zanesville, OH 43701 740-453-5703 or 740-454-3241 www.meoag.org

Paulding County Location 401 E. Jackson Street Paulding, OH 45879 419-399-3650 Van Wert County Location 114 E. Main Street Van Wert, OH 45891 419-238-4544

Programs: • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Housing • Meals on Wheels • Baby Pantry • Taxable Items Pantry • Scholarship Program • Utility Programs

Williams County Location 228 S. Main Street Bryan, OH 43506 419-636-4924 Head Start Locations: 2 in Defiance County, 2 in Fulton County, 2 in Henry County, 2 in Paulding County and 1 in Williams County Programs: • Early Childhood Education • Childcare and Nutrition • Emergency Services (Utility Assistance, Rental Assistance, Homeless Services, Food Assistance) • Weatherization and Home Repair • Individual Development Accounts (IDAs)

Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission Inc. 1933 East Second Street Defiance, OH 43512-2592 419-784-5136 www.nocac.org

Additional Locations: NOCAC Richland Place Building (Soup Kitchen & Drop In Center, SROs , Emergency Shelter) 1939 E. Second Street Defiance, OH 43512 419-782-6962

Ohio Heartland Community Action Commission 372 East Center Street Marion, OH 43302 740-387-1039 www.ohcac.org

NOCAC Housing & Weatherization Services 1935 E. Second Street Defiance, OH 43512 419-784-5390

Additional Locations: Marian Clark Center 1183 Bellefontaine Ave. Marion, OH 43302 740-383-2154

Fulton County Location 604 S. Shoop Ave., Suite 120 Wauseon, OH 43567 740-695-0293

Egner Center 124 Buehler St. Galion, OH 44833 419-468-5121

Henry County Location 104 E. Washington Street Napoleon, OH 43545 419-599-2481

Morrow Center 28 W. High St. Mt. Gilead, OH 43338 419-947-9575

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Programs: • Head Start • Fatherhood • Home Weatherization Assistance Program • Energy Assistance

Opportunities Industrialization Center of Clark County 10 S. Yellow Springs St. Springfield, OH 45506 937-323-6461 www.oicclark.org

Additional Locations: Opportunities for New Directions (OND) 98 N. Bechtle Ave. Springfield, OH 45505 937-322-2522 WEP & Team Programs 1345 Logonda Avenue Springfield, OH 45503 937-327-1700 Programs: • Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) • Energy Assistance (HEAP) • Sure Hire Employment Solutions • WEP and Team Programs (Work Experience Program and Training Evaluating & Mentoring)

Pickaway County Community Action Organization 469 E. Ohio St. Circleville, OH 43113 740-477-1655 www.picca.info

Additional Locations: Head Start and Early Head Start Locations: 145 E. Corwin St. Circleville, OH 43113 740-474-7411 97 Miller Ave. Ashville, OH 43103 740-983-2530

9391 SR 56 West Williamsport, OH 43164 740-986-9059 465 E. Ohio St. Circleville, OH 43113 740-474-9544 Programs: • Emergency Home Repair & Weatherization • Free Tax Clinic • Head Start • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Homeless Prevention Program • Apartment Rentals • Ohio Benefit Bank • Transportation • Representative Payee • Toys for Tots • Education & Training • Early Head Start • Men’s Transitional

Ross County Community Action Commission, Inc. 603 Central Center Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-702-7222 www.rossccac.com

Additional Locations: Bainbridge Satellite Office 113 1/2 Dewey Street Bainbridge, OH 45612 740-634-3222 HWAP Satellite Office 10 Central Center Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-851-6250 Programs: • Head Start • Housing Assistance • Utility Assistance • Social Security Payee • Senior Companions • Emergency Assistance • Health • Nutrition • By-Car

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SOURCES Community Network Services 420 N. Brandon Ave., Suite A Celina, OH 45822 419-584-1550 www.sourcescns.com

Programs: • Housing • Energy Assistance • Transportation • Home Weatherization • Home Repair/Rehabilitation • Emergency Services

Supports to Encourage Low-income Families (SELF) 1790 S. Erie Highway Suite A - C Hamilton, OH 45011 513-868-9300 www.selfhelps.org

Stark County Community Action Agency 1366 Market Avenue North Canton, OH 44714 330-454-1676 www.sccaa.org

Additional Locations: William Hunter Head Start Center 3015 Mahoning Rd. N.E. Canton, OH 44705 330-456-5120

Tri-County Community Action Commission of Champaign-Logan-Shelby 125 E. Patterson Ave. Bellefontaine, OH 43311 937-593-0034 or 866-256-4497 www.tricountycls.com

William Malloy Head Start Center 1134 Walnut Ave. S.E. Massillon, OH 44646 330-834-3567 Center for Education & Employment Opportunities 1326 N. Market Ave. Canton, OH 44714 330-580-9347

Alliance Franklin Head Start Center 321 N. Franklin St. Alliance, OH 44601 330-821-5977

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Programs: • JOBS NOW! (Employment and Education Program) • Individual Development Account (IDA Program) • Getting Ahead Classes • Butler County Microenterprise and Microloan Program • Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) • Home Repair Initiative • Emergency Home Energy Assistance

HEAP 1370 Market Ave. N. Canton, OH 44714 330-454-1850

HWAP 3013 Mahoning Rd. N.E. Canton, OH 44705 330-452-9823

Programs: • Energy Assistance • Weatherization • Employment & Training • Head Start • Summer Youth Program

Additional Locations: Champaign County Office 955 North Main Street Urbana, OH 43078 937-652-2246 Shelby County Office 1431 N. Main Street Sidney, OH 45365 937-492-8118 Programs: • Energy Assistance • Emergency Assistance • Nutrition • Housing • Transportation - Logan County

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Trumbull Community Action Program 1230 Palmyra Road SW Warren, OH 44485 330-393-2507 www.tcaphelps.org

Programs: • R.I.S.E. (Reaching Individual Skills and Educational goals) • HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program) • HWAP (Home Weatherization Assistance Program) • CATS (Community Action Transportation System) • Food Club and Food Co-Op • Senior Services • Y.E.S. (Youth Enrichment Services)

Washington Morgan Community Action 218 Putnam Street Marietta, OH 45750 740-373-3745 www.wmcap.org

Additional Locations: 20 additional locations Programs: • Fatherhood Program • Homeless Prevention • Rural Community Assistance Programs - Youth & Adults • Home Delivered Meals • Employment Skills Program-Youth & Adults • Community Housing Improvement Program • Housing Counseling • Foreclosure Assistance • Affordable Housing Development • Community Development • Sandusky River Watershed Coalition • After School Programs • Offender Re-Entry • Head Start • Early Head Start • Public School Pre-School • Summer Crisis Cooling • Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program • Weatherization (HWAP) • Ohio Vocation, Education, Training & Services (Ohio VETS)

Additional Locations: 50 W. Third Street Malta, OH 43758 740-962-3827 Programs: • Housing Rehabilitation • Energy Assistance (HWAP/EPP) • Transportation • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) • Senior Nutrition • Head Start/Early Head Start • HUD Housing Choice Voucher • Workforce Investment Act Programs • Women, Infants and Children (WIC) • Homeless Prevention • Representative Payee

WSOS Community Action Commission 109 South Front Street PO Box 590 Fremont, OH 43420 419-334-8911 or 800-775-9767 www.wsos.org

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OACAA Accomplishments

19 Membership Trainings and Conferences •

Winter Legislative Conference............................................................................. 271 Participants from 41 CAAs

Summer Conference.............................................................................................................176 Participants from 38 CAAs

Human Resources Conference.........................................................................................................................16 Participants

Fiscal Conference...............................................................................................................................................27 Participants

Family Development Classes................................................................................ 4 Classes with a total of 77 Participants

Pathways to Excellence..................................................................................................................................................5 CAAs

Certified Community Action Professional Training.................................................................................... 6 Certifications

Utica Shale Workforce Development Summit.............................................................................................114 Participants

Total............................................................................................................................................. 692 Participants

11 On-Site Agency Trainings • • • • •

Board Training............................................................................................................................................................1 Training Bridges Out of Poverty.............................................................................................................................................1 Training Customer Service...................................................................................................................................................... 4 Trainings Social Enterprise Information..................................................................................................................................1 Training Strategic Planning..................................................................................................................................................... 4 Trainings

Lead Hazard Program

OACAA has partnered with the Ohio Department of Health to develop a lead hazard program. Through this program: • Homes were inspected......................................................................................................................................130 Inspections • Homes received lead control work...........................................................................................................................95 Homes • CAAs participated....................................................................................................................................................11 Agencies

Ohio Vocation, Education, Training & Services (Ohio VETS) Program

In 2012, OACAA initiated the Ohio VETS program through six pilot CAAs. The program offers education and training to assist veterans in finding meaningful employment at a living wage, and provide them and their families with other supportive services to help them attain self-sufficiency. Through this program: • Enrollment...............................................................................................................................................................213 Veterans • Completed Employment Training......................................................................................................................... 39 Veterans • Overcame Barriers to Employment....................................................................................................................... 56 Veterans • Enrolled in an Educational Institution.................................................................................................................. 12 Veterans • Became Employed (as of this printing)................................................................................................................ 37 Veterans

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Financial Report OACAA/OCATO Summary Statement of Activities Revenue.............................................................................................................................................................$2,533,755 Expenses............................................................................................................................................................$2,552,817 Change in Assets............................................................................................................................................. <$19,062> Assets 01/01/2012............................................................................................................................................. $444,078 Assets 12/31/2012..............................................................................................................................................$425,016

Fiscal Year 2012 Community Action Agency Funding (Total for all 50 CAAs) Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)................................................................................................$25,391,991 Non-CSBG Federal.....................................................................................................................................$389,622,104 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)................................................................................$20,268,793 State..................................................................................................................................................................$15,524,129 Local.................................................................................................................................................................$20,566,717 Private..............................................................................................................................................................$51,785,254 Total............................................................................................................................................................... $523,158,988

FY 2012 Funding

State 3%

Local 4%

Private 10%

CSBG 5%

Federal Funding Sources Other DOT HUD DOL 3% 2% 4% 3% USDA 4%

ARRA 4%

DOE 4%

Federal (non-CSBG) 74%

HHS 80%

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Special thanks to the Ohio Development Services Agency Office of Community Assistance for providing the data for this report.

2013 annual report  

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