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Workforce Development

EnAct Community Action can assist unemployed or underemployed individuals through the Workforce Development program by helping them to overcome obstacles that inhibit achieving employment or better employment. EnAct Community Action works in partnership with the Regional Workforce Investment Boards, Bureau of Employment Programs, and the Workforce West Virginia Centers. EnAct’s staff assists in resume development, scheduling clients for job referrals, job training and job placement. Read more …

Emergency Assistance

EnAct Community Action offers financial assistance to low income individuals and families for utility terminations and/or court ordered evictions. Multiple funding resources (Dollar Energy, LIEAP, FEMA and private donations) are utilized through out the year for direct payments and referrals.  Read more …

Plan To Succed

EnAct Community Action offers assistance to receive training in high-demand vocational fields and assistance in overcoming the barriers to obtaining high quality employment.

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Food Pantries

Emergency Food Pantry Services are available in our Clay, Clendenin, Chesapeake, Fayette, and Putnam County offices.  Read more …

Wheel To Work

EnAct Community Action operates a vehicle repair service for individuals who have been employed consistently for at least one year, meet our income guidelines, and are in need of a vehicle repair in order to continue their employment.

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Annually hundreds of youth from across America come together for six days to repair and transform homes in our various communities, performing hands-on home-repair projects for elderly, low income, and disabled families. Read more…




Latest News

2018 United Way Day of Caring

September 24, 2018

The entire EnAct team participated in the United Way’s 2018 Day of Caring. The day was spent cleaning the landscaping and planting new landscaping around the Switzer Center in Charleston, West Virginia. “This is just one of the many ways we give back to the communities we serve” commented EnAct CEO Brent Pauley.

No Heat Emergency Program

August 30, 2018

EnAct Community Action is currently accepting applications for the No Heat Emergency Program (NHEP) in Boone, Clay, and parts of Kanawha and Fayette counties in West Virginia. Applications are being accepted for the NHEP program which aids households at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty income guidelines in need of emergency heat, i.e., […]

The Extraordinary League of Lawyers

July 26, 2018

Bailey & Wyant is challenging all Kanawaha Valley law firms to the Brain Bowl. They are the defending champs and you will be competing for this traveling trophy to become the Extraordinary League of Lawyers  – oh, yeah, and helping a great cause.Call Debby at 304-414-4468 for more information or to register your team!


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