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It has been almost 2 years and we are excited to announce the JCCEO Adult Day Health Care Center will reopen its doors, at its new facility, Monday, October 4th, 2021. So we are having an open house just for you! Mark your calendar for Thursday September 30th from 9am to 3pm. Our new location is 1712-3rd Street SW Birmingham, AL 35211 at the JCCEO West Center Street Center. Click the tab below for more info and to download the flyer.
JCCEO LIHEAP COOLING CLOSEOUT.
The JCCEO LIHEAP Cooling Season has ended and we will no longer accept applications for the cooling utility bill. We will shutdown and transition into the JCCEO LIHEAP Heating Season beginning October 1st. Click below for more info.
JCCEO CSBG RENTAL ASSISTANCE
JCCEO is now taking applications for the Rental Assistance.
For details on how to apply and documents required to receive assistance, click the tab below.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ENROLLMENT
JCCEO Head Start/Early Head Start are currently taking applications for the 2021 - 2022 School Year.
We're accepting Head Start children (3 years old by September 1st) and Early Head Start children (3 months of age). To apply for JCCEO Head Start/Early Head Start, click the tab below.
Magic City Woodworks
Magic City Woodworks has an apprenticeship opportunity for young men interested in learning a skill in woodwork/carpentry. This is a 6-month competitive employment apprenticeship. The next start date is fast approaching. For the program details, requirements, more info or to apply, click below.
JCCEO Coronavirus Updates (COVID-19)
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Child Development Services
The Head Start - Early Head Start Program, provides comprehensive child and family development services to those most in need in Jefferson County, Alabama. Our goal is optimal outcomes for both children and families. We seek at all times to provide the highest quality services. This is accomplished by supporting and promoting the professional development of our staff; implementing effective service delivery systems; and monitoring, assessing, and adjusting them to assure the best in service provision. We also stay abreast of research to learn and implement best practices, use technology effectively, and collaborate with a wide variety of community partners.
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The JCCEO Community Support Division serves Jefferson County, Alabama through the following programs: Adult Day Health Care, Senior Nutrition Centers, Energy Assistance, Emergency Assistance, Financial Literacy, and Home Weatherization. The JCCEO Community Support Division provides programs and services for more than 21,000 people annually that are available at no cost to low-income residents of Jefferson County, Alabama
JCCEO Community Support Director
Child Development Services and Community Support
JCCEO300 Eighth Avenue, WestBirmingham, Alabama 35204-3039Phone: 205-327-7500Fax: 205-326-4179
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