Governor awards funds to help low-income residents take steps toward being self-sufficient

December 10, 2021

MONTGOMERY— Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded almost $2.8 million for programs that help lift low-income residents from poverty and become economically self-sufficient. The Community Services Block Grants will be distributed to 18 community action agencies to provide services to eligible individuals and families in Alabama. “On occasion, some Alabamians find themselves in dire economic situations […]

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Gov. Ivey awards grant to assist Dallas County drug rehab program

December 10, 2021

MONTGOMERY –Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a $51,238 grant to a Dallas County program that uses alternative methods to hold drug offenders accountable while keeping incarceration as a last resort. The Dallas County Adult Drug Court, which has been in existence for 10 years, uses highly structured methods, including frequent drug testing and support groups, […]

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New agency now accepting Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program applications in Jefferson County

December 6, 2021

MONTGOMERY – Starting today, Jefferson County residents may apply for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program through the Community Action Agency of Northeast Alabama. The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs announced on Friday that the community action agency has assumed emergency responsibility for managing LIHEAP in Jefferson County through the month of […]

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ADECA names agency to assume emergency responsibility for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program in Jefferson County through December

December 3, 2021

MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs announced Friday that the Community Action Agency of Northeast Alabama will assume emergency responsibility for managing the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program in Jefferson County through the month of December. Residents will be able to apply for assistance directly with the agency. The agency […]

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Kenneth W. Boswell, Director

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