Changing Lives Right Here in Fayette County

The mission of the Community Action Commission of Fayette County is to combat causes of poverty, expand community services, and implement projects necessary to provide services and further community improvements.

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Head Start

Head Start began as a Summer Program in 1965. It’s main focus was on the social development of children. 

Senior Services

Proven to be effective, Healthy U is a FREE six-session workshop that can help people with diabetes, asthma, arthritis, heart disease and other life long conditions.

Homeless Shelter

Any family that is facing homelessness. This includes: single women, children, couples with children, and single parent families.

YouthBuild

Earn while you learn! Enrolling now.

Early Head Start

We foster creativity and innovation to make a difference in the lives of children and families we serve, as together we learn and grow each day.

Our vision is to facilitate the development of effective community programs that provide every individual and neighborhood in our community the opportunity to thrive.

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Take Control of Pain!

Take Control of Your Pain!    Chronic Pain Self-Management is a free, six-week, small group workshop by PHONE that helps participants learn proven strategies to manage chronic pain and health conditions to feel healthier. During this time, connect and support each...

DEA National RX TakeBack – April 24th, 2021

Join Community Action Commission of Fayette County, along with our Washington Court House Sheriff's Office for "The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day" which addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. According to the 2020 National Survey on Drug...

#OHStrive5 Challenge

  You may have heard of "Strive for Five" earlier this year. Developed by the New York Coalition for Behavioral Health and brought to Ohio by the Mental Health, Addiction and Recovery Services Board of Lorain County.The initiative was introduced in April of 2020...

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