Assistance Offered by CDCAA
What We Do
— ID Verification Documents
Assistance obtaining a birth certificate, driver’s license, or government ID.
— Resume Development
Your resume is your chance to display your qualifications, skills, and ambitions. It is a tool for communicating your capabilities to a potential employer.
Assistance with personal and occupational clothing needs.
— Obtain School Transcripts
High school and college transcripts are key in providing potential employers with knowledge of your skills and academic performance.
— Financial Aid Enrollment
Identifying college financial aid, assisting with the completion of financial aid forms, and making discretionary judgments regarding the distribution of financial aid to help pay for the costs of education.
— Educational Advising
Identify opportunities to further your education by seeking GED, workforce training, or college education.
— SNAP/Medical Insurance
Provide SNAP and medical insurance applications and assist in completing and submission.
Scheduling appointments for pickup by SEAT van for transport to medical appointments. (Jefferson County only).
— Utility and Rental Assistance
Payments of utility bills in crisis circumstances, up to one time a year. Provide workshops to prevent these emergencies in the future.
— Financial Counseling
Training on basic budgeting, money management, and energy conservation.
— Social Security, SSI Applications
Assist in preparing Social Security or Supplemental Security Income applications.
— Emergency Food
Assistance in locating and obtaining emergency food assistance.
— Emergency Shelter Referral
Counselors will asst clients in locating temporary shelter.
— Community Referrals
As experts in our communities, we refer clients to resources in the community to help them become self-sufficient.
— Case Management
Comprehensive case management that includes: Engagement (intake), Assessment, Planning/goal setting, Intervention, Monitoring, and Coordination.