REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS HIGHLAND COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION ORGANIZATION REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES General: Highland County Community Action Organization seeks proposals from qualified engineering firms to provide professional engineering se
State of Poverty in Ohio 2012: Dispelling Myths & Preconceived Notions The report utilizes graphics and case studies to illustrate the effects of poverty in Ohio and dispel commonly held myths and misconceptions. Click here to view the report.
Under the Moving Ohio Forward grant program introduced by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine last year, 22 blighted buildings have been demolished so far across Highland County. According to Highland County Community Action Housing Director Mark Current, 14 more structures are under co
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 9, 2012 Full-time position(s) available at Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. COLUMBUS – The Ohio Association of Second Harvest Foodbanks will place 165 AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associates at community organizations across the state this su
Project HELP (Homeowner Education and Loss Prevention) provides one on one counseling for homeowners at risk of foreclosure or in foreclosure. Trained counselors assist in evaluating and counseling on the financial position of the household, discuss possible options with the lender/se
Come Enjoy Lunch 11:30 – 12:30 The Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for Children. Free meals will be made available to all children 18 years of age and under or persons over 18 who are determined by
5K Walk for Hunger May 30, 2011 9:00AM @ Southern State Community College Sponsored by: Samaritan Outreach Services, Hillsboro First UMC, Our Daily Bread, Highland County Homeless Shelter and Highland County Community Action Join an existing team! Form your own team! Walk on your own
The Summer Crisis Program generally runs from July 1 thru August 31. The program is able to provide a one- time payment for electric assistance up to a maximum as determined by the program annually for qualified households. The program was able to provide up to $175.00 in electric ass
Monthly workshop offered to provide resources, tools and support to individuals and families seeking to gain financial control of their lives. Information is delivered in one-five hour class session focusing on budgeting, credit repair, meal planning and understanding banking.