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Agency Information


Alabama Easter Seals Society
Talladega County Chapter

Alabama Easter Seals Society provides medical aid transportation, speech therapy, rehabilitation services, and hearing screenings for children. Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with  disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.


American Red Cross

American Red Cross of Middle Alabama (Talladega-St. Clair Chapter) provides relief to victims of disasters; help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies; provide service to the military and their families; administer Project SHARE (energy assistance); and Health & Safety course. (Middle Alabama)


The ARC of North Talladega County

The ARC of North Talladega County strives to improve the quality of life for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing educational materials and support services.


Big Brothers Big Sisters of NE Alabama

Big Brothers Big Sisters of NE AL provides professionally supported one to one relationships with children and adult mentors who reinforce positive attributes for a strengthened sense of self worth at home, in school and in the community.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Alabama
P.O. Box 933
Gadsden, AL 35902


Boy Scouts of America-Greater AL

Boy Scouts of America-Greater AL is an organization dedicated to teaching young men and women the values involved in being a good citizen and person in their everyday life.  We do this through character education in various training programs, outdoor activities, advancement awards, community service opportunities, and relationships with religious programs.  Through our program, we teach kids the importance of having fun but with a purpose.


Boys and Girls Club of East Central AL

Boys and Girls Club of East Central AL is at the forefront of youth development, working with young people from disadvantaged circumstances.  We are dedicated to ensuring that our community's disadvantaged youngsters have greater access to quality programs and services that will enhance their lives and shape their futures.


Cheaha Family Support Council
Local Council of Individual & Family Support of Alabama

Cheaha Family Support Council-Local Council of Individual & Family Support of Alabama helps people with disabilities meet the challenges of everyday life. Services may include referrals, information, home modifications, food, clothing, therapy, prescription drugs, utilities assistance, childcare, and other special care based on available funds.



Children's Emergency Fund of DHR

Children's Emergency Fund of DHR provides emergency medicine and clothing to low income children and their families to prevent abuse, neglect and/or foster care.


Community Action Agency

Community Action Agency helps low income families achieve economic security; services include food, transportation, weatherization and other needs to improve clients' lives.


East Central Alabama
United Cerebral Palsy

East Central Alabama United Cerebral Palsy serves children and adults with developmental disabilities in east central Alabama by providing therapeutic services and educational programs in our early intervention program and inclusive childcare center.


FIRST Family Services

FIRST Family Services works toward enhancing skills that promote self-sufficiency by providing information and referrals, case management, Imagination Library, in-home parenting workshops, medication assistance, and various other family support programs.


H.E.L.P. Disabled



Girl Scouts of North Central Alabama

Girl Scouts of North Central Alabama provides a broad range of learning adventures for girls and young women that grow skills, enhance self-confidence and build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives, like leadership, strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth.


Lincoln Food Pantry

Lincoln Food Pantry provides food for residents in need of food assistance in the Lincoln/Talladega area of Alabama. We are a faith based organization seeking to fulfill a need in our community by providing quality food to help insure and maintain good health and well being.


Heritage Hall Museum

Jemison-Carnegie Foundation

Heritage Hall’s mission is to provide education in and enjoyment of the Arts to the greater Talladega community and facilitate the celebration and understanding of our rich history. The Museum and Arts Center, located in the heart of Talladega's historic Silk Stocking District, has been open to the public since 1979. Housed in the former Jemison-Carnegie Public Library building originally built in 1908, Heritage Hall is outfitted as an exhibition space and historical archive.  256-362-3154

Rainbow Mountain Moms

Rainbow Mountain Moms is a nondenominational Christian based program that provides assistance to single mothers and their children through information, support, assistance, and recreation designed to meet the needs of single mothers.


Red Door Kitchen

Red Door Kitchen provides a daily meal to residents in need.  The Meals on Wheels program delivers hot meals daily to homebound individuals.


Ribbons of Hope

The Foundation is organized exclusively to provide financial assistance and support to families who are burdened by the staggering cost of cancer treatment, and to increase integration and coordination of quality services in cancer prevention, detection, treatment, survivorship, palliative care, and hospice services in Alabama.  

Rural Relief

Rural Relief funds provides medicine, food, clothing, and other assistance to low income families with school age children in North Talladega County, funds are administered through the Talladega County Board of Education.


Talladega County
Child Advocacy Center
Palmer Place

Talladega County Child Advocacy Center-Palmer Place meets the needs of abused and neglected children and provides a non-threatening, safe and friendly atmosphere to interview and provide counseling for child abuse victims. We coordinate the case, provide court preparation and track the victim through the court process.


Talladega County Extension
4-H Council

Talladega County Extension 4-H Council reaches youth through in-school programs, special interest programs and traditional club programs. Youth ages 9-19 participate in a variety of educational programs to learn belonging, independence, generosity and mastery. The focus of 4-H is using educational programs to encourage youth to become productive citizens, develop leadership skills and be a positive youth development model.



To share Christian love and compassion in meeting the basic needs of our neighbors by providing food, clothing, and financial assistance for utilities and medication.

Phone: 256-362-7698