Energy Assistance starts November 1, 2019 for elderly and disabled and December 1, 2019 for all other applicants. Families interested in applying may pick up applications at the local Family Resource Center.
Ask About Our Poverty Simulations.
Poverty Simulations help the general public become aware of the stinging effects of poverty, and how it impacts families and individuals on a daily basis. This project has been instrumental in building a better understanding of poverty issues, increasing community involvement, and creating more compassion for low-income individuals.
As more community members learn the real facts about how poverty affects families, they are more apt to become viable players in the fight against poverty.
Our Service Area:
MVCAA serves the following counties: Carroll, Chariton, Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, Ray and Saline.
This project is funded at less than 1% of federal funds received from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provided by Missouri Department of Social Services, Family Support Division.