Hill Country Community Action is a private, non-profit corporation chartered under the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act. Application to the Office of Economic Opportunity to form a Community Action Agency comprising of San Saba, Mills, Llano, and Mason Counties was submitted in July 1965. On April 21, 1966 the application was approved to establish this agency. In May 1975, Hill Country Community Action was also granted recognition as the Community Action Agency to serve the additional counties of Bell, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas and Milam. In addition to providing services within this designated area, Head Start serves Bosque, Limestone, Freestone and Hill Counties; and Weatherization serves Erath, Somervell, Williamson and Burnet counties. The total area served includes seventeen counties and encompasses approximately 17,000 square miles.
HCCAA provides many services through its 10 Multi-Service Senior Centers. Through these doors, thousands of elderly and other persons needing assistance come to us for help. It takes multiple grants and donations to keep the doors open, including Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), Energy Assistance, Weatherization, Nutrition funding for the elderly, County and City contributions, United Way and other local donations.
These Centers serve as outreach centers for:
Assistance in applying for various State Services
Form filling assistance.
Volunteer opportunities through RSVP.
Tama Shaw – Chief Executive Officer
Frances Little – Chief Financial Officer
Christy Pierce - Chief Operations Officer / HR
Elizabeth Murray – Office Manager
Message from the CEO
Will be updated soon.
Thank you for your survey responses!
Here are the results: 2018 Needs Assessment Needs Survey Results
505, (Rockdale) TYPE A SCHOOL BUS, 20PAX
2003 CHEVY EXPRESS, 3500, 6.0L V8 GASOLINE
506, (Cameron) TYPE A SCHOOL BUS, 20 PAX
2010 CHEVY EXPRESS, 4500, 6.0L V8 GASOLINE
We are taking bids for both buses until 3/29/19. Bids can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Both buses are located in Rockdale Texas