Jefferson County

Community Action Council, Inc.

Our Mission

The CAC is Continuing A Commitment to restore and revitalize the quality of life in Jefferson County, and move the residents towards self-sufficiency. We achieve this goal by adapting and providing programs that are accessible, affordable, and culturally-sensitive to meet the needs of the community

Our History

The Jefferson County Community Action Council, Inc. is a private non-profit organization, established in 1965 – one of a nationwide network of Community Action Agencies. As mandated by federal law, it is operated by a Board of Directors made up of one-third representation from the low-income sector; one-third governmental representation; and one-third private. The Chief Executive Officer, Michael McGlumphy, has served in his capacity since 2016.

Meeting the needs of Jefferson County residents will always be first priority for the CAC; collaboration with other community agencies has become one of the most efficient ways to accomplish this goal. Since the CAC competes for grants to fund its programming, it enjoys the flexibility of designing its services to fit community needs.

Most CAC services are offered to Jefferson County residents free of any charge. Programs are based on income-eligibility. All participation in programming is entirely voluntary.

PROGRAM DIRECTORY

The JeffersonCounty Community Action Council
Program Directory is a comprehensive list of
services and programs available at our agency.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY

Tell us how we are doing. We strive to help our
community thrive. We need your input in order to make a difference

COMMUNITY SURVEY

Please take a moment to complete this online survey to help us understand and serve the needs of our community.

Donate

At Community Action we rely on donations from community members like you in order to achieve our mission of alleviating poverty in Jefferson County. Whether you donate your time or make a monetary donation you are helping us, help others.

Annual Reporting

Annual reporting for all agency programs is available by request. Requests should be directed to 740-282-0971 ext. 110. Documents are available for review at the administrative offices of the Jefferson County CAC, Inc. located at: 114 N 4th Street Steubenville, OH 43952

Hours of Operation

Sunday: Closed
Monday: 8:30-4:30
Tuesday: 8:30-4:30
Wednesday: 8:30-4:30
Thursday: 8:30-4:30
Friday: 8:30-4:30
Saturday: Closed

Agency News

CCMEP SUMMER PICNIC

 

 

 

 

Summer Youth started July 1st. Between the four youth funding streams we have 91 kids placed and working between Harrison and Jefferson County. Eligible youth between the ages of 14 and 24 can receive assistance with completing high school, achieving academic success, financial aid for post-secondary education, developing employability skills, acquiring work experience, obtaining employment, and developing citizenship and leadership through the following services.

Case Managers and Participants met at Sally Buffalo to celebrate with an end of summer picnic!