Author: Daniela Flores

Advertisement for Material and Labor Bids

Advertisement for Material and Labor Bids   Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc. (CCSCT) in Seguin, Texas is soliciting Material and Labor Bids from experienced HVAC businesses for Multi- family Weatherization. Experience is relative to the installation of federally eligible Weatherization Assistance Program measures along with any additional federal, state or local funding awarded […]

CCSCT Celebrates LIHEAP Awareness Month

LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) provides Community Council of South Central Texas funding to help Texans by assisting with energy costs, especially in times of crisis. SOUTH CENTRAL, TEXAS: During the most extreme weather periods, energy is a life-critical resource. Unfortunately, many Texans continue to struggle with energy affordability, in some cases putting […]

Solicitation for Sealed Bids for Complete Renovations of an Early Head Start/Head Start Center

Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc. (CCSCT), a 501c3 non-profit agency, is soliciting sealed bids for complete renovations of an Early Head Start/Head Start Center located at 1023 Bridge St. New Braunfels, Texas 78130. Interested Building Contractors may obtain a bid packet at the CCSCT Executive and Admin Office located at 801 N. Highway […]

Solicitation for Sealed Bids for Early Head Start/ Head Start Center Space

Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc. (CCSCT), a 501c3 non-profit agency, is soliciting sealed bids for Early Head Start/Head Start Center space, to include 1 space in each of the Counties of Guadalupe and Comal. Interested parties may obtain a bid packet at the CCSCT Executive and Admin Office located at 801 N. Highway […]

CCSCT Awarded $5,000 ConocoPhillips Grant

Community Council of South Central Texas and ConocoPhillips team up to provide area scholarships to prospective trade students. SOUTH CENTRAL, TEXAS: Community Council of South Central Texas is proud to announce they are ConocoPhillips Philanthropic Corporate Fund Distribution grant recipients for 2020 in the amount of $5,000. With the grant, CCSCT plans to provide workforce […]

CCSCT awarded $300,000 “Fund for Veterans’ Assistance” Grant

Community Council of South Central Texas to provide financial assistance to area Veterans through partnership with the Texas Veterans Commission. South Central, Texas: The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA) announced that CCSCT’s, “Veterans’ Financial Assistance Program,” was selected as a 2020-2021 $300,000.00 General Assistance Grantee by the Texas Veterans Commission. This year, the FVA has […]

HEAD START SERVICES TO CONTINUE IN GUADALUPE/COMAL COUNTIES

The Office of Head Start, through the Designation Renewal System (DRS), has named Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc. to provide services within Guadalupe and Comal Counties, Texas. Therefore, on 7/1/2020, the administration of the program will be the responsibility of Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc., located at 801 TX-123, Seguin, TX […]

Help Is on the Way: Supplemental Federal Community Services Block Grant Brings $42.7 Million to Texas Families and Businesses

Community Action Agencies in Texas to manage funds.  The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act authorized the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) program to increase assistance to Texans affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Community Action Agencies (or CSBG-designated entities) in Texas will distribute an additional $42.7 […]

Community Action Month May 2020: A Message From Bobby Deike, Executive Director Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc.

In May of each year, Community Action Agencies across the United States celebrate Community Action Month. May of 2020 for CCSCT is even more special, as we celebrate our 55th year of serving individuals and families in need. CCSCT was founded on May 11, 1965 after President Lyndon Baines Johnson declared a, “War on Poverty,” […]

Rep. Cuellar Announces $3,315,952 in Federal Funding to Help Working Families and Seniors Pay Energy Bills During COVID-19 Pandemic

LIHEAP funding will assist individuals in Atascosa, Wilson, La Salle and McMullen Counties   Floresville, TX—Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) announced $3,315,952 in federal funding to Community Council of South Central TX through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). These LIHEAP funds, awarded through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, will be […]

Census Bureau Extends Data Collection and Self-Response to October 31, 2020 in Response to Covid-19

APRIL 13, 2020 — The 2020 Census is underway and more households across America are responding every day. Over 70 million households have responded to date, representing over 48% of all households in America. In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the U.S. Census Bureau is adjusting 2020 Census operations in order to: Protect the health and safety of […]

H-E-B grants $5,000 to CCSCT to Help Vulnerable Communities During COVID-19 Response

Community Council of South Central Texas and H-E-B’s partnership will provide relief to some of our most vulnerable neighbors: seniors, children and low-income families. South Central, Texas: Community Council of South Central Texas has been granted $5,000 from H-E-B as part of their “My Community Investment” program, to provide vital services to the most vulnerable […]

CCSCT TO TEMPORARILY CLOSE TO PUBLIC, APPLICATIONS WILL STILL BE ACCEPTED

Community Council of South Central Texas announces that all offices will be closed to the general public effective immediately, due to the public health and safety concerns regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), until further notice. Applications for services should be submitted via email, fax, mail, or through mail drop box at corresponding county location (if available). Service […]

CCSCT Hosts, “Team Uvalde”

Community Council of South Central Texas proudly hosted the March 2020 meeting of the “Team Uvalde” Community group. Staff members informed those in attendance about CCSCT’s mission and organizational history, as well as the available programs and services that make an impact on the daily lives of many locals. In 2019, about 1,130 households received […]

CCSCT Provides Expert Insight at Regional Housing Summit

Community Council of South Central Texas Executive Director, Bobby Deike, was among a contributing panel of experts at the Alamo Area Regional Housing Summit held in Schertz, Texas on February 28, 2020. The summit, organized by the Alamo Area Council of Governments , UT Health McGovern Medical School-Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Texas Health and Human […]

Atascosa Citizens in Action (ACA) in 5th year of community assistance

As Reported in the February 5, 2020 edition of the Pleasanton Express News: In February 2015, organizational meetings began for what eventually came to be known as Atascosa Citizens in Action (ACA). Little was it known what was coming in Atascosa County. What was happening was an era of amazing cooperation among like minds. While […]

CCSCT Receives $315,000 Texas Workforce Commission Grant

Community Council of South Central Texas to continue impacting local families through job readiness programs. SEGUIN, TX: Community Council of South Central Texas is proud to announce that they are recipients of the Texas Workforce Commission Self Sufficiency Grant. The support will assist the organization to further impact the lives of our area’s impoverished, by […]

So long, Glen! CCSCT Finance Controller Retires

Community Council of South Central Texas’ Board of Directors and Staff would like to congratulate and bid farewell to their esteemed colleague and friend, Glen Muenchow. Glen has diligently served the organization for four years, and has made an impact on the group’s success and spirit. “Glen began work at CCSCT 4 years ago when […]

CCSCT to receive $315,000 Self Sufficiency Grant Award from Texas Workforce Commission

CCSCT is proud to announce that they are recipients of the Texas Workforce Commission Self Sufficiency Grant. The support will assist the organization to further impact the lives of our area’s impoverished, by providing educational access to job related certifications that will aid individuals in securing employment and becoming self-sufficient. Eligible participants will receive soft […]