We believe that change begins with the individual. Our aim is to alleviate human suffering caused by poverty and to attack the roots of poverty itself...

WCGCAC programs are funded by a variety of partners from Federal, State, and local sources including, but not limited to, the following:


West Central Georgia Community Action Council, Inc. (WCGCAC) was chartered in March 1966, as a private non-profit corporation for the purpose of mobilizing resources, which could be applied to the alleviation of the causes and effects of poverty in what is now known as the Middle Flint Area. The WCGCAC offers the following programs and services:

1. Community Service Block Grant (CSBG)

2. Community Food and Nutrition Program (CF&N)

3. Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

4. Weatherization

5. Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP)

6. The Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)

7. Family Support /Self Sufficiency

8. Results-Oriented Management and Accountability Approach (ROMA)
WCGCAC is a private, non-profit corporation that mobilizes resources to help alleviate the causes and effects of poverty in what is now known as the Middle Flint Area, which consists of:

April 30 - May 2, 2011
The ACCG Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of Georgia county officials in the state. It provides a forum to conduct the major business of the association such as electing officers as well offering multiple training opportunities.

March 8 - 1, 2011
Come join us for timely topics, Congressional speakers and great general sessions that will help you deliver the Community Action message to your members on the Hill!