• Executive Director, Elige Jones welcomes the Azalea Trail Maids to MCA's National Community Awareness Day celebration.
  • MCA's Executive Director, Elige Jones and the Azalea Trail Maids
  • Community Awareness Day Attendee and Elige Jones
  • MCA's Awareness Day Greeters: Brenda Nettles (left) and Tina Woodyard (right)
  • Fun was had by all in attendance!
  • CSBG Case Managers: Cheryl Sims and Linda Presley
  • Prichard Police and Fire Departments joined us for the celebration.
  • Mobile Area Water and Sewer Systems Employees join the fun!
  • Recruiters from Alorica greet attendees
  • Mr. Akareem Spears with Bishop State Community College's Adult Education Department.
  • Mr. Dale Cookson of the Alabama Career Center.
  • MCA's Educational Specialist, Ms.Sybreena Williams recruits students for the Head Start Program.
  • Ms. Sheree Archer of Ozanam's Charitable Pharmacy.
  • Senior Companion Staff
  • Marcella Nettles and Coworker, South Alabama Regional Planning Commission
  • Employees from The Water Works and Sewer Board of the City of Prichard
  • Cakes submitted by contestants in the "Best Cake Competition for Seniors"
  • Competition judges, from left, Chef LaTasha Williams,MCA employee,Everage Thomas and Chef Henry Douglas,director,Culinary Department BSCC
  • Competition servers, Ayanna Taylor, generalist, MCA Human Resources and Thelma Hale,CSBG Case Manager
  • Chef Henry Douglas announces 2nd Place Cake Contest winners, Eloise Brown,Hermon Thomas SAIL Center
  • MCA Board member, Sean Johnson,(r) present trophy to 1st Place Winner, Thomas Lambert
  • FestivaL Attendees

Community Service

MCA Announces 2020 LIHEAP Heating Program 

Mobile Community Action will begin scheduling appointments for its Low Income Home Energy Heating Assistance Program on Tuesday, December 24, 2019. This is a federally funded program designed to assist low income families in Mobile and Washington counties with the payment of their heating bills.

Applicants must be income eligible.  Heating bills must be in the name of the head of the household, or the spouse of the head of the household.

To schedule an appointment for LIHEAP assistance, please call 251.206.6117 or click here


Notices of Interest

MCA Board of Directors Scheduled Meetings for 2020

Please call the Administrative Office at 251-457-5700 for meeting venue and to confirm your attendance.

January 21, 2020

March 17, 2020

May 19, 2020

July 21, 2020

September 15, 2020

November 17, 2020 (Annual Meeting)

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Mobile Community Action Announces Coronavirus (COVID-19) Closings

Mobile Community Action's Administrative Office, Community Service and Head Start centers will shut down at the close of business on Friday, March 20, 2020.  The shutdown is being conducted by the Agency as a precaution to protect the health and safety of its staff, clients and Head Start students during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The shutdown will be in effect until further notice.

Hundreds Attend MCA Community Awareness Day Event

Hundreds of individuals who knew very little about Mobile Community Action Inc. got their opportunity to learn about numerous services the agency offers, during the agencys' Community Awarenss Day Festival held Friday, May 24th. The event was in conjunction with the 55th year anniversary of the National Community Action Network. More than 1000 agencies are  members of this organization, whose goal is to help  families and  communities overcome obstacles to proverty.Mobile Community Action has been  a member of the national organization for more than 50 years. Hundreds of individuals strolled through  four tents filled with MCA partners informing them of the free services they offers. Free food and numerous giveaways were  also given to those in attendance. The fesitval was highlighted by the agency's initial "Best Cake Competition for Seniors." The competition consisted of more than 10 seniors  contestants representing MCA's Senior Citizens partner agencies. The first and second place winners were awarded  prizes. Below are snapshots of the event.

Elige Jones, MCA Executive Director, and Mobile's Azalea Trail Maids welcome attendees to the festival.

A recruiter from ALORICA employment agency talks with attendee

Attendees stroll pass vendor's table








                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Eloise Brown,(front)2nd place winner is being awarded trophy by judges, LaTasha Williams and  Everage Thomas. In background  are (l-r) LaKeisha Williams, competition coordinator; Dr. Freda Henderson, Chairman MCA Board, Angelo Miller,Director, MCA Human Resources and Sean Johnson, MCA Board member. Mrs. Brown represented Harmon Thomas Senior Citizen SAIL Center.

MCA Board Member, Sean Johnson, right, presents trophy to first place winner, Thomas Lambert. looking on, from left, are judges, LaTasha Williams, Everage Thomas and Chef Henry Douglas. Lambert represented Foster Grandparents. 


Pictured with winner Thomas Lambert are front row, from left, are, Dr. Freda Henderson, Elige Jones; Lambert; Angelo Miller, and Sean Johnson; back row, from left, Thomas and Douglas,

Mobile Community Action, Inc.
461 Donald Street
Mobile, Alabama 36617