Our Mission...
To Administer to the Needs of the Community
by Helping Citizens Attain and Maintain Self-Sufficiency.
February is African American History Month

February is African American History Month

Celebrate history!  The month of February is celebrated as African American History Month.  We urge you to take time to ...

Head Start/Early Head Start Registration

Head Start/Early Head Start Registration

Head Start and Early Head Start registration is now taking place.  This includes re-enrollment for returning students (chi...

LIHEAP is Now Open to the General Public

LIHEAP is Now Open to the General Public

Georgia's regular Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is now open to the general public on a first come, first served basis until f...

Homeless Prevention & Re-Housing Services are Available

Homeless Prevention & Re-Housing Services are Available

Are you at threat of being evicted?Have you been evicted and have no resources to obtain housing?Are you living in housing with fr...

  • February is African American History Month

    February is African American History Month

  • Head Start/Early Head Start Registration

    Head Start/Early Head Start Registration

  • LIHEAP is Now Open to the General Public

    LIHEAP is Now Open to the General Public

  • Homeless Prevention & Re-Housing Services are Available

    Homeless Prevention & Re-Housing Services are Available

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Helping People. Changing Lives.

Southwest Georgia Community Action Council is the private, non-profit community action agency in Southwest Georgia that provides social services funded through the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) in 14 counties, Head Start/Early Head Start child development services funded through the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) in 18 counties, and home weatherization services funded through Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) in 17 counties.  The Agency also provides numerous other community services funded through a variety of funding sources including public and private grants, donations, and fund-raisers.  All services support the mission of the Agency and are targeted at helping low-income families improve their level of self-sufficiency.  Continue browsing this site to find out more!

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