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Community action agencies in Iowa have been successfully assisting families living in poverty to become self-sufficient for more than forty years. Iowans can be proud of the innovative and effective efforts of these locally governed, community-driven organizations that are confronting the issues of poverty head on, one community, and one family at a time.

Iowa Division of Community Action Agencies serves to strengthen and support the work of Iowa's eighteen local community action agencies. Together, this network served over 320,000 Iowans in FY 2005 in such areas as health, education, employment, family development, child care, energy efficiency, nutrition, housing, and emergency services.

To learn more about the programs in your area, click on the interactive below, then click on the county in which you reside to find your local outreach office.

Lucas State Office Building, 321 E. 12th Street, 2nd Floor, Des Moines, Iowa 50319

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