Community Action of South Eastern West Virginia is a community action agency in the state, one of 16 in the state, with the number nationwide being over 100. CASE was founded in 1964 and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that represent three segments of the population. These include elected officials, private sectors, and low income households. CASE tries to help the needy help themselves with their agency. CASE is partnered with Bluefield State University, Concord University, the city of Bluefield, and other local organizations. Auspices:
There are no auspices of CASE.
Their sources include grants, federal, Medicaid Reimbursements. They have many contributors such as: DHHR, WV Bureau of Senior Services, FEMA, and WV Department of Education. Funding:
WV Office of Economic Opportunity, US Department of Health and Human Services, WV, Department of Health and Human Resources , FEMA, BB&T Bank, Appalachian Area Agency on Aging, WV Bureau of Senior Services, Work Force Investment Board (BEP), US Department of Energy, Department of Labor, Department of Agriculture, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Mercer County Commission, WV Department of Education, United Way of Greenbrier Valley, WV Housing Development Fund, and United Way of the Virginia's are mostly where the DHHR gets their funds from. Services:
Prenatal Infant Education, Low Interest Loans, Independent Living Plans, Commission on Aging, Senior Nutrition Program, Head Start Ages 0-3 and 3-5, and Educational programs for adults. Offered to whom:
Any and all citizens in need of assistance
West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
The DHHR can trace its roots back to 1798 as a forerunner to the U.S. Public Health Service. The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was founded in 1953. This became the Department of Health and Human...
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