“Toothbrushes, toothpaste and other hygiene items were packed by volunteers on Thursday as part of a project in collaboration with the Webster County Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC) Neighborhood Center, the Marshfield Senior Center and the Webster County Senior Citizens Services Fund. The project......

OACAC Executive Director, Carl Rosenkranz, spoke with League of Women Voters’ Ilga Vise during a weekly recording of “Making Democracy Work,” which aired on KSMU Public Radio on September 3, 2018. Link here to hear the discussion, which explores programs available to assist those who fall......

The Ozarks Area Community Action Corp. has two programs that help students understand real-life situations and to help them explore several careers. REALL Several students in the Dallas County R-1 School District were exposed to a glimpse of the future at two OACAC-sponsored events during......

Residents of Stone and Taney counties who need dental care but can’t afford it could receive some relief thanks to a $20,000 grant Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation was recently awarded from Skaggs Legacy Endowment. “The prevalence of dental disease and tooth loss is disproportionately high......

On October 4, Parkview hosted two REALL simulations as part of their Parkview Cares day. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3/KSPR) – “Students across Springfield are getting a taste of the real world thanks to some new simulations. OACAC put a group of Parkview High School freshman through two,......

The Vocational Opportunities Inspiring Children in Elementary (VOICE) Program inspires nearly four-thousand children each year in Greene County schools. In the past year it’s expanded to ten counties surrounding Springfield. With that expansion and the start of a new school year, the program is looking......

“Temperatures are climbing and now, an energy assistance program is helping families who are struggling to keep their air conditioning on.  The Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation or OACAC helps about 14,000 families each year through their LIHEAP energy assistance program.” To view this story,......

“First- and second-grade students at Pierce City Central Elementary School explored several career choices during summer school classes.”   To read the full article published in the Monett Times on June 9, 2017, link here....