About Capital Area Community Action Agency Tallahassee
Last-Modified: 2023-09-03 21:04:28
The Capital Area Community Action Agency Tallahassee provides emergency rent and utility payment / deposit assistance, prescriptions, transportation, and food assistance to households whose member are employed, but are experiencing a financial emergency.
Weatherization/energy conservation the capital area community action agency, inc. (CACAA), is a private non-profit organization-501(c)(3), as determined by the U.S. Internal Service Code that originally charted in 1965 as the Leon County-Tallahassee Community Action Program to serve only Leon county residents. In 1980, it assumed sponsorship of antipoverty programs in Gadsden, Jefferson, Calhoun, Liberty, Franklin and a portion of Gulf counties. The name was then changed to compliment the expanded service area.
Applicants whose gross total household income is 125% or less of the current Federal Poverty Income Guidelines qualify for this program.
Financial assistance includes:
Electric bills assistanceElectric assistanceElectric service payment assistanceEmergency funds financial/utility assistanceFood pantryFuel oil/gas/propane gas service payment assistancePrescription drugs for specific health conditionsRent payment assistanceRental deposit assistanceUndesignated temporary financial assistanceUtility bill assistanceUtility deposit assistanceWeatherization program