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Notices of Interest
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

Mobile Community Action Community Services Division's New Hours of  Operation Are:                                           Monday-Friday                                         8:00 AM-12:00 PM.                                   Telephone and Doors are not manned after 12:00 pm                                         For more information regarding your application, Please contact us during our regular Business Hours 


REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
FOR INDEPENDENT AUDIT SERVICES
PROPOSAL DUE: JUNE 20, 2024

Mobile Community Action, Inc. (MCA) is requesting proposal from independent auditing firms of certified public accountants, licensed to practice in the State of Alabama, to provide independent financial audit services to MCA. To read the RFP click here.


Mobile Community Action Seeks Fiscal Director Deadline Extended Until July 1, 2024
Mobile Community Action is seeking an experienced and committed individual to serve as its next Fiscal Director. For more information, please click here.


MCA Request Proposal From General Contactor

Mobile Community Action Inc. is seeking Proposals from General Contractors for services at one of its properties. To view the RFP click here.


MCA Receives American Rescue Plan Funding for Utility Payment Assistance from the City of Mobile

Mobile Community Action has received funding from American Rescue Plan (ARP) courtesy of the City of Mobile.  This funding is designated to offer utility assistance to quailfied citizens, residing within the City of Mobile. Eligible applicants must meet all federal income guidelines regulations. An application and a copy of the required document listing may be obtained by clicking here.

All applications for assistance from the City of Mobile's ARP funding must be submitted through the LITTLite website portal.  To download LITTLite to your computer or device, click here.  

 

 

Community Services
Weatherization Works for Alabama
 

The Alabama Weatherization Assistance Program receives funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Contracts are formed with local community action agencies and the Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission to deliver weatherization assistance to low-income households in all 67 counties across the state.

The mission of Weatherization is to reduce energy costs for low-income households, particularly for the elderly, people with disabilities and families with children, by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety. In order to receive assistance, the applicant’s income must not exceed 200% of the federally established poverty level.

Alabama Weatherization Assistance requires participants agree to minor alterations to their homes based on an assessment and energy audit conducted by trained professionals to determine the most cost-effective means of reducing energy consumption. Health and safety checks are also performed on the home.

To apply for Weatherization services with Mobile Community Action, please click here.

Bilingual Access To Website

To translate Mobile Community Action's  Inc website to a different language, click on the link below.  Type "mcamobile.org" in the box.  Go to the drop down menu, click the desired language and press "translate."             

http://translate.google.com/ 

Donate Today!

Your gifts of time, talent and financial resources can make a huge difference to an individual or family who needs help.  Please make a gift to MCA today. 

Donate Now!

 

Mobile Community Action, Inc. Names Angelo Miller as New Executive Director

Dr. Freda Henderson, Chairperson, MCA Board of Directors, announced today that Mobile Community Action, Inc. (MCA) has appointed Mr. Angelo Miller as the organization's new Executive Director, effective March 18, 2024. Mr. Miller succeeds Mr. Elige Jones, who retired after 11 years of dedicated service to the organization.As Executive Director, Mr. Miller will assume leadership of MCA's mission to serve underrepresented and disadvantaged individuals and families in our community. His responsibilities will include coordinating programmatic efforts to address the critical needs of those requiring services, executing and ensuring fiscal integrity, and maximizing community outreach efforts.Dr. Henderson expressed confidence in Mr. Miller's ability to lead the organization forward: "We are thrilled to announce Mr. Miller as our new Executive Director. His dedication to our mission, coupled with his leadership skills and vision, make him the ideal candidate to build upon the successes of Mobile Community Action, Inc. Mr. Miller brings a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to serving others to his new role. He served as MCA’s Human Resources Manager for 12 years, where he demonstrated exceptional leadership and a passion for supporting the needs of our community. We are confident that under his leadership, MCA will continue to make a positive impact in our community." "I am honored and humbled to accept the position of Executive Director at Mobile Community Action, Inc.," said Mr. Miller. "I am excited to continue working alongside our dedicated staff, volunteers, and community partners to address the challenges facing underrepresented individuals and families in our community. Together, we will strive to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve. "                              

"Mobile Community Action, Inc. strives to empower the low-income population to achieve maximum potential through the provision of advocacy, education, training, employment, and emergency support services.For more information about Mobile Community Action, Inc. and its programs, please visit www.mcamobile.org.

 

Click here to confirm your appointment for July 2024.

 


Enroll Your Child Today In

Head Start/

Early Head Start!

                             

Applications can be submitted at the Head Start center of your choice. To get a list of Head Start/Early Head Start centers and obtain an application, you may visit your nearest Head Start center or click here. 

To have an application processed for Head Start/Early Head Start, parent/legal guardian must provide the following information: 

1.  A valid picture identification of the primary adult;

2. The student's birth certificate;

3. The student's current immunization record.  A photocopy of the immunization record may be submitted, if the child is currently enrolled in another program; and

4.  Proof of income for the student's family (i. e. A photocopy of your most recent income tax form (1st page), a W-2 form, a photocopy of your most recent pay stubs for the past 30 days, or state-issued documentation reflecting the parent's current status as a recipient of TANF, SSI, SNAP or Foster Care, etc.). 

For Head Start's Income Guidelines for 2024, click here.

To apply online, click here. Additional forms need to be completed for the application process will need to be picked from one of our centers.If you need a physical or  dental form, click here.To register for one of our Pre-K classes, go to https://prek.alaceed.alabama.gov and select one of our school sites (Bayou La Batre,Burroughs, Citronelle, Ella Grant, Fonvielle, Jimmy Knight, Mt. Vernon, South Brookley and Warren) as your child’s school site. 

You must have a completed Head Start application and state  Pre-K application.