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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 can assist with tuition in any occupational field to obtain education and certifications, help remove any other obstacles that are preventing employment, as well as purchase required supplies or uniforms. Contact one of our Service Coordinators for more information.  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 …

Budget Counseling

EnAct Community Action Service Coordinators provide Budget Counseling to Emergency Utility Assistance customers as well as any other individuals in the community that may benefit from education on maintaining a budget. EnAct Community Action has partnered with WoodForest Bank to offer more personalized and in depth counseling to customers that request additional assistance. Read more …

In-Home Care Services

Enact Community Action offers a nursing home alternative with its Comforts of Home  in-home care program.   Comforts of Home believes that individuals should be able to remain in the comfort of their own home for as long as possible.  Read more …

Food Pantries

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

Baby Pantries

EnAct Community Action Baby Pantries offer a free community service available to low-income mothers and families in need. Assistance provided; diapers, formula, baby food, new and gently used clothing and small baby appliances (strollers, playpens, walkers, etc.) Age: Newborn to 5T. The pantries operate on the generosity of private donations and grants.  Read more …

 

 

 

Latest News

Volunteering at the Mountain Mission Soup Kitchen

December 12, 2017

The EnAct Community Action team volunteered at the Mountain Mission Soup Kitchen on Monday, December 11, 2107. Team members served lunch to the less fortunate and handed out 70 blankets. In addition, an assortment of toiletries and hand towels were distributed. “It’s always a great feeling to help those in need, especially around Christmas” commented […]

2018 COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT RFP RELEASED

October 16, 2017

EnAct Community Action has released its 2018 Comprehensive Community Needs Assessment RFD. All interested parties may find a copy of the RFP under the Resources tab.

 

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