Community Service Programs of West Alabama, Inc (CSP)

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS OF WEST ALABAMA INC

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Community Service Programs of West Alabama, Inc (CSP)

CSP provides resources and services which resolve immediate needs and lead to long-term self-sufficiency for low-income populations.

Community Service Programs of West Alabama, Inc. (CSP) is a community action agency. As such, CSP is committed to changing lives, embodying the spirit of hope, improving communities and making Alabama a better place to live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

CSP provides resources and services, which resolve immediate needs and lead to long-term self sufficiency, in low-income and vulnerable populations. Below is a listing of services offered at CSP:

Education

Early Head Start and Head Start

Early Intervention

Housing

Weatherization services

Housing Rehabilitation

New Construction

Lease/Purchase Program

Rental Units

Supportive Services

Client Advocacy

Case Management

Energy Assistance Programs

Food Vouchers

Meals on Wheels

Foreclosure Prevention Counseling

Homebuyer’s Education

Budget Counseling

Homeless Prevention Rapid Re-housing Program


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Organization Information

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS OF WEST ALABAMA INC
601 BLACK BEARS WAY
TUSCALOOSA, AL 35401

Phone
205-752-5429

Web
http://www.cspwal.com

Email
sstephens@cspwal.com

Mission:
CSP provides resources and services which resolve immediate needs and lead to long-term self-sufficiency for low-income populations.

EIN: 630671915

Reports: Guidestar

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