Serving children between the ages of three and five, Head Start is a comprehensive child development preschool program, with classrooms in various areas of the county.
The Weatherization Department provides services to residents of Belmont County who have income falling below 150% of poverty guidelines.
The Workforce Division currently offers three programs to assist community members with employment and employment preparation.
Summer Food Program
The Community Action Commission of Belmont County announces our sponsorship of the Summer Food Program for Children.
CAC welcomes the support of volunteers from the community. If you have the time to help those in your neighborhood, we would welcome your assistance! Get Started
Help Me Grow
Belmont County Help Me Grow is a group of parents and professionals committed to helping young children (birth to age three) and their families. Read More
Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program. Households that need help for utility deposits, or who are threatened with disconnection of service may apply for assistance. Read More
We provide fair housing education and counseling for all counseling needs and make referrals to the appropriate agencies for clients needing additional assistance. Read More
Community Action Commission of Belmont County
We are a private organization, founded in 1965, administering many federal, state and locally funded programs. These programs target areas, such as employment, housing, education, health, nutrition, transportation, childcare, and income management. It is our goal to alleviate the conditions of poverty in our county.
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153 1/2 West Main Street
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950