Monday, February 08, 2016
  • Project Discovery

    Project Discovery encourages students to stay in and graduate high school and provides resources and tools for students to successfully make the transition to post-secondary education.
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  • RSVP

    The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, one of the largest volunteer efforts in the nation, has matched local problems with older adults aged 55+ who are willing to help since 1972 in Tazewell County.
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  • Camp Joy

    Clinch Valley Community Action is proud to announce that Camp Joy will be open for the eighth consecutive year of children’s summer camp. Over 800 children have enjoyed the camp.
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  • Senior Companion

    Daily tasks such as companionship-talking and listening, transportation, peer counseling, grocery shopping, meal preparation and light housekeeping.
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Welcome to CVCA

Welcome to the Clinch Valley Community Action website. This site is designed to describe our agency and all of the programs available for those eligible to participate.  This site also gives us the opportunity to pay special tribute to those who work tirelessly to ensure that not only CVCA’s services are delivered, but that our community is a better place to live.

Please Donate

Online donation system by ClickandPledge

Family Crisis Services on Facebook

Project Discovery

Applications are being taken for Project Discovery.  Access the application by going to www.projectdiscovery.org

Accepting New Senior Companions


"I am needed and I help my clients stay independent in their home…where they want to stay" --- This is often said by volunteer companions with the Senior Companion Program.

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VITA Program

CVCA Volunteers to Provide Free Tax Preparation  at CVCA

BB&T Bank Bus Helps VITA Clients In Bluefield, VA.

 

Clinch Valley Community Action, Inc. will be providing Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) for low to moderate income families and individuals through April 15, 2016.  IRS Certified VITA volunteers will be preparing free 2015 Federal and State tax returns for eligible families and individuals with incomes averaging $54,000 or less.  The returns are prepared using Internal Revenue Service approved online tax preparation software and are also E-Filed free of charge. 

CVCA is currently taking appointments for tax return preparation.  Returns are prepared four days a week with evening hours available on Tuesdays and morning appointments every other Saturday at the CVCA office.  Appointments are required for the service due to the heavy volume of returns processed each year.

Call CVCA at 276-988-5583 with any questions about VITA, EITC and CTC and to make a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance appointment.

Susan White
swhite@clinchvalleycaa.org

Click Here for Brochure

CVCA-FCS Birthday Club

Each month, we have a designated item for donations.  As of today, 65 folks from around Tazewell County have signed up to participate.  Basically, the participants ask their friends & family members to donate the designated item or to make a cash donation to benefit our program.  January’s item is laundry detergent, preferably in pods.  Birthdays this month include Courtney Richmond, Austin Horne, Justin Hankins & Tanya Mullins.  If you would like to make a donation on behalf of these individuals, or on behalf of someone that you know with a January birthday, please bring your donation to our Main Office at 200 East Riverside Drive by Monday, February 1.

jbourne@clinchvalleycaa.org

 

Soar Virginia Scholarship Program

Richmond, Virginia–September 18, 2015–Virginia529 College Savings Plan (Virginia529) has expanded its scholarship program for high school students in a new partnership with Project Discovery of Virginia, Inc. (Project Discovery). The expansion adds 10 districts to the 38 currently participating.

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Domestic Violence

Advocates for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Wanted

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Quotes for Sole Survivor

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and we are busy planning this year’s activities.  One new project is called Sole Survivor.  This mobile display will feature anonymous quotes from survivors of sexual assault.  We would like to display as many local quotes as possible.  If you are interested in learning more about this project – how you can contribute to its cost (we need $1,000 to make this display a realityJ), how you can host the display at your site, or how to share a quote, please contact our office by February 15.

jbourne@clinchvalleycaa.org

Community Needs Assessment

Part of being a community action agency is being responsive to the needs of our community.  Our services and programming should reflect the issues that are of concern to our residents.  Our goal this year is to survey 500 individuals.  If you would like to have a CVCA staff member visit your workplace,  church group, community organization, etc., we would be glad to present information about our services and conduct these surveys.  These presentations can be scheduled between January 27-February 22.

jbourne@clinchvalleycaa.org

Head Start Pre-School Application

Tazewell County Pre-School Partnership Application for the 2014-2015 program year.

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Volunteer Training

CVCA-FCS will have its next Volunteer Training class beginning February 15, 2016.  Classes will be held every Monday & Tuesday, from February 15-March 15, from 5-9pm at our Main Office.  Dinner will be provided.  If you are interested in volunteering with our program, please contact our office by February 10th to register.

jbourne@clinchvalleycaa.org