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JCCEO Weatherization Program
Check out our JCCEO Weatherization program and how we are benefiting the
Jefferson County Community
The Thornton Family Testimony
The Thornton Family suffered a house fire that left them without a home. Jcceo, the Community Action Agency of Jefferson County Alabama was there to assist.
Want to Know Just How Much the JCCEO Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Means to the Community? Click Below to Watch!
JCCEO Thanks-Giving 2018
JCCEO donated of food to help those in need during the Thanksgiving holiday. Employees stepped up to the plate and brought the requested items in abundance. We were able to assist 38 families that may have gone this holiday without a meal. Special thanks to JCCEO Warehouse Manager Ellis Fowler for donating 20 turkeys and Head Start Director Carmelita Poindexter for donating hams. We also received generous food donations from Logistics Made Simple, a shipping and freight company and GeStamp, an auto part supplier for Mercedes.We also like to thank the Headquarters' staff that helped pick up the food, sorted, contacted and distributed the items to our parents.
Thanks again for what you do for children and families.Happy Thanksgiving!
JCCEO in the Community
See the WVTM 13 story on how our
JCCEO Community Services Program aides in the community.
Hear the radio interview with former JCCEO Executive Director Mr. DePriest Waddy on WJLD AM 1400 Morning Talk with Gary Richardson and Eyrika Parker as they discuss JCCEO in the Community.
CELEBRATING OUR HEAD START ALUMNI!CHAMPIONING OUR CHAMPIONS!
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Child Development Services and Community Services
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