Community Action Connects People

In 2002, GMN (Guernsey, Monroe and Noble) Tri-County Community Action Commission became the first and only CAA in the country to receive a United States Department of Agriculture Federal Broadband Connectivity Grant, spurring a mission to address a critical gap in...

Community Action Helps Senior Citizens Maintain their Quality of Life

Ms. Bookless is an elderly woman that maintains her independence because of the assistance offered through the Community Action Agency in Muskingum County, Muskingum Economic Opportunity Action Group (MEOAG). One program she utilizes is MEOAG’s Franciscan Community...

Community Action Helps Fathers

Joseph was faced with the prospect of never seeing his unborn son while incarcerated in the Community Alternative Center. But this father-to-be started taking the Fathers Matter (24:7 Dads) course through the Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron and Richland...

Community Action Makes Homes Safer

Fred and Edna from the north end of Newark were good citizens and productive tax paying members of society. Then in 2001 tragedy struck and Fred needed a kidney transplant. Fred was only 56 years old and their lives had suddenly changed, but that was only the start....