October 02, 2014

Programs


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Head Start
A quality educational and social experience for children of low- to moderate- income families ages birth to 5 years, and expectant mothers.
Early Head Start
Early Head Start provides full year/full day childcare for employed low-income families with children from birth to three years of age, and offers services to expectant mothers.
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program provides an opportunity for low-income senior citizens to love, nurture, and educate at-risk and special needs children in school or childcare environments.
Fatherhood/Male Involvement
Parenting activities for fathers and father figures that teach them positive parenting
Home Weatherization
Community Action’s Home Weatherization program provides weatherization services to save energy and lower utility bills for those meeting the low-income guidelines below.
Walk for Warmth
Walk for Warmth is the Agency’s annual fundraiser for household utility relief such as: deliverable fuel, metered gas or electric.
CDBG Home Rehabilitation
Provides major home rehabilitation and emergency home repair services in the participating counties and cities.
Minor Home Repair
Provides minor home repair for low-income homeowners 60 years of age and older in Calhoun County.
HOME Rehabilitation Program
Provides major home rehabilitation and lead abatement for homes within city limits of Battle Creek.
Emergency Services
Assists low-income families and individuals with eviction prevention and utility assistance.
Transportation
Vans with and without lifts are available to transport seniors over age 60 and disabled persons 18 years of age and over to medical appointments, employment sites, congregate meal centers, grocery shopping, and other necessary trips.
Congregate Meals
The Congregate Meal Program provides seniors 60 years of age and older with hot, nutritious meals during the week at Dining Centers located throughout Branch county. These Centers give seniors the opportunity to socialize with existing friends or make new ones. Some congregate dining centers have extended hours and additional activities.
Home Delivered Meals
The Home Delivered Meals program provides homebound seniors (ones who are unable to cook and shop for themselves) with hot, nutritious meals Monday through Friday.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
Provides nutritious food for seniors 60 years of age and over.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)
Low-income individuals and families can obtain food every three months through The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP).