Community Action Awarded Cares Act Funding for Families

Community Action Development Corporation has been awarded federal funding through the Community Services Block Grant to assist individuals and families in response to circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic. “A lot of people are just getting back to work, and others have special needs related to the Corona virus outbreak. Our Agency has been given the responsibility to address those issues,” stated Executive Director Brent Morey. Applications are now being accepted at CADC County offices in Jefferson, Cotton, Tillman, Kiowa, Washita, Beckham, and Roger Mills counties. CADC will be assisting with utility payments, food, rent/mortgage assistance, and other special needs…

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