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Weatherization Department Seeks Bids for HVAC Work
For additional information or to request a bid package, call 660-886-7476 ext. 841. You can request that the bid package be sent via E-mail. Bids must be returned to the Corporate Office before 5:00 p.m., June 26th.

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Now accepting applications for Fall 2015 classes for families living in our seven county area with children 3 to 5 years old.
Head Start offers quality education, social service, assistance in needed medical and dental requirement, and nutritional services to 3 to 5 year olds from families with limited income. Services also provided for those with disabilities. Transportation is provided to and from class for children within the city limits. Services are at no cost to the family.
To apply or for more information, contact the Family Engagement Manager at 660-886-7476 ext. 823, or your local Head Start Center, or local Family Resource Center.


Do you have what it takes to be part of the MVCAA Crew?

The MVCAA Crew afterschool program is just one way that Missouri Valley Community Action Agency reaches out to the community. It is a fun, safe, enriching place for 7th and 8th grade students to spend their after school time. We designed the MVCAA Crew around creative, fun and service-oriented projects. Check out this video to see some of the awesome things our MVCAA Crew kids’ are doing for the community.

Missouri Valley Community Action Agency receives funding for Early Head Start in Carrollton, MO
Gov. Jay Nixon today visited the Head Start building in Carrollton to announce a new investment through Missouri Start Smart to expand access to quality early childhood education opportunities so that more Missouri children start kindergarten ready to succeed in school and beyond. Read more . .


Missouri Valley Community Action Agency receives funding to build a Richmond, MO Early Learning Center










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The statistics alone are staggering. According to the U.S. Census Bureau:
  • 13.3% of Missourians live in poverty (national average is 13.2%)
  • 11.8% of Missourians live below the poverty level
  • 16% of Missouri’s children live in poverty (in rural communities that equates to about one in five children)
  The counties that MVCAA serves include: MVCAA invites you to explore this site to learn more about the programs and services that the agency provides. MVCAA also invites you to support our mission through a partnership, funding support or by volunteering.

Contact MVCAA for additional information.
 
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