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How You Can Help

RSVP is a federally-funded National Service program for people 55 and over who want to serve their local communities through volunteer service.  For over 40 years, RSVP has served non-profits, schools and government agencies in Hancock, Henry and Rush Counties.  If you want to make a difference in your community and your life, this is your invitation to serve.  RSVP, please.

The Foster Grandparent Program offers seniors ages 55 or older opportunities to serve as mentors, role models and friends for children and youth.  Foster Grandparents help strengthen the community by providing youth services that community budgets cannot afford.  They give their life experiences and their talent to improve the lives of children in need.  Foster Grandparents…Share Today, Shape Tomorrow.

ICAP Programs: Help for Childrem

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Head Start is a federal program for preschool children from low-income families. Children receive healhy meals and snacks and  …
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Feed your family well.  The WIC program helps families like yours start strong and stay that way.  We give you checks you can use to get nutritious foods, free.
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The Women’s Clinic is sponsored by ICAP in collaboration with Henry County Hospital, Henry County Health Department and Susan G. Komen for the…
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ICAP Programs: Help For Families

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Rose Court is a newly remodeled, 20-unit complex located at the corner of 14th Street and A Avenue.  Rent is affordable and structured to meet the needs of…
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The Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded block grant that assists low income families with the high cost of home energy.
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The Weatherization Program provides energy conservation services to eligible households.  Crews may insulate and seal your home to achieve a…
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