The internal partnership between UCHRA’s Community Corrections and Community Services continues. This partnership allows Community Corrections clients to complete required community service hours by volunteering with UCHRA’s Community Services department during commodities distribution events. We appreciate the hard work that these men and women do to help ensure those in need of commodities are [...]
TaShana Hooks and Megan Spurgeon prepare for their respective ROMA certification exams. Two employees of the Cookeville-Putnam County office of Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency (UCHRA) are now certified in Results-Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA) for the Community Action Network. Megan Spurgeon, Community Services Assistant Director, completed training to become a certified ROMA [...]
We are so thankful for the awesome new partnerships we forge with organizations throughout the UC. Our friends at Butterfly Blessing Effect recently installed this wonderful blessing box at our Cookeville UCHRA office. Join us June 19 as we hold a food drive to collect additional non-perishable items to be stored in the blessing box to help [...]
The internal partnership between UCHRA's Community Corrections and Community Services continues. This partnership allows Community Corrections clients to complete required community service hours by volunteering with UCHRA's Community Services department during commodities distribution events. We appreciate the hard work that these men and women do to help ensure those in need of commodities are served [...]
Pictured, from left: Danny McKeehan and William Moody. Mr. Moody has completed his hours and now enjoys coming out to help at UCHRA commodities distribution events. UPPER CUMBERLAND — It’s a unique partnership that helps two segments in-need: families in need of supplemental food and clients of the adult community corrections program in [...]
Tommy Simcox, UCHRA's Weatherization Assistance Program Manager, recently spoke with WCTE's Becky Magura about the Weatherization program. Take a listen to some great information about the program by clicking the video below, by contacting your local UCHRA county office, or by calling (931) 528-1127.
Tommy Simcox, Weatherization Program Manager UPPER CUMBERLAND — For every $1 invested, the Weatherization Assistance Program yields an estimated $4.50 in energy savings as well as health and safety benefits. Designed to assist the elderly, individuals with disabilities, and low-income clients, the energy savings provided by weatherization improvements can have significant positive impacts [...]
Video published May 2019.