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Community Services

Our Community Services Program provides assistance in case management to those who qualify. We meet one-on-one with families, work with their needs and give coaching and assistance to help households increase their income by increasing their job skills, education, and wages as they become competitive in the job market.

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Affordable Housing

Affordable multi-family housing for income-eligible households

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Meals On Wheels

As the area’s senior nutrition program, we provide consistent and healthy meals to seniors in need each day.

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Head Start

Head Start and Early Head Start are comprehensive child and family development programs that prepare children from birth to five years of age to become successful school students and productive members of society.

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According to the Community Action Partnership, millions live in poverty or are one paycheck way from financial hardship. 40 million Americans live in poverty. 1 in 6 children go hungry sometime during the year. Community Action Agencies help 15 million low-income Americans annually.

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Helping people in need, particularly those living in poverty, to achieve and maintain independence by partnering with area organizations to provide education, nutrition, housing, social and community support.

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Apply for Energy Assistance Today

We currently have funding available for our Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP). With our new application, you can apply online. All you need to do is pull together some documents for your application to get started. Please note that we only look at a 30-day income history. Applications can take a few weeks to process so we encourage you to submit an online application as soon as possible if you think you might qualify.

Volunteer Spotlight: Taylor Meals on Wheels Volunteer

This fall, we are featuring a Meals on Wheels volunteer each month as a "Volunteer Spotlight." For September, meet Meals on Wheels volunteer, Beth Griffith, who donated her time and energy to our Taylor location. Learn more about why she volunteers to this particular cause.

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How You Can Help

We're always looking for help from volunteers to assist with Meals on Wheels deliveries, Head Start classrooms, event support, and more. Would your youth group, organization, or even your group of friends like to volunteer? Call (512) 763-1400 and ask how you can make a difference today.

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Support Us

We are pleased to partner with many city, county and non-profit organizations to enhance our ability to provide resources to our clients. Individuals may donate to our programs or encourage other agencies or companies to get to know us, understand our mission and help people in our two counties live life with greater dignity.

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Are you looking for energy assistance or COVID-19 emergency assistance?We still have funding available for 2020. Apply online today.

Our Community Services program is currently offering the Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP), the Self-Sufficiency Program, and a COVID-19 Emergency Assistance program. Depending on which program you are interested in, there are a few documents you need to pull together before starting an application. Click "Learn More" to view these items needed to apply. Then, you can easily apply online.  

Together we can make a difference.

Giving to OWBC helps parents access quality education and childcare for their little ones, puts a meal on the table for our home bound seniors, keeps the lights on for low-income households, and aids those working to transition out of poverty. 

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