CADC provided programs to help with goal development, strategic planning, and identification of local resources.
CADC’s Head Start program provides educational resources, as well as health and dental services, nutrition and social services to children from low-income families.
CADC participates in the USDA Commodity Food program distributing canned and packaged foods to eligible households.
Senior Activity Centers give persons 60 and older the chance to enjoy meals and social activities with other senior citizens who have a common interest.
The Single Parent Scholarship Fund program provides financial assistance to single parents.
The VITA Program is a free Tax Service to Low and Moderate income Individuals and Families.
The South Central Arkansas Transit (SCAT) and Greyhound programs keep individuals and families connected to safe, reliable transportation services.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides families with short-term fuel assistance.