Our Mission...
To Administer to the Needs of the Community
by Helping Citizens Attain and Maintain Self-Sufficiency.
LIHEAP Set to Open November 1

LIHEAP Set to Open November 1

Georgia's regular Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) will open at 8:00 a.m. on November 1 for homebound and elderly households (...

October Is Head Start Awareness Month

October Is Head Start Awareness Month

Each year the month of October is celebrated as "Head Start Awareness Month". Head Start has provided quality comprehensive presch...

Growth Report Proves Head Start's Worth

Growth Report Proves Head Start's Worth

The recent growth report for four-year-olds served by the Southwest Georgia Community Action Council Head Start Program indicates ...

Fast And Free Tips For Reducing Energy Bills This Winter

Fast And Free Tips For Reducing Energy Bills This Winter

With temperatures getting cooler outside, there are many easy steps you can take this winter to reduce the amount of energy that ...

October 30 Is National Weatherization Day

October 30 Is National Weatherization Day

Be Wise, Weatherize! As cold weather approaches, most families across the country turn up their thermostats to combat dropping te...

  • LIHEAP Set to Open November 1

    LIHEAP Set to Open November 1

  • October Is Head Start Awareness Month

    October Is Head Start Awareness Month

  • Growth Report Proves Head Start's Worth

    Growth Report Proves Head Start's Worth

  • Fast And Free Tips For Reducing Energy Bills This Winter

    Fast And Free Tips For Reducing Energy Bills This Winter

  • October 30 Is National Weatherization Day

    October 30 Is National Weatherization Day

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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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