Those that rely on Community Action for assistance with their energy assistance program or food pantry and other services likely noticed a shift in the way they received help.
According to Executive Director, Alison Rumler-Gomez, the shift came as the agency sought to better serve the community. She says local offices saw a change in the staffing of their offices.
Rumler-Gomez says the change was difficult for their communities and she understands why. She explains there's a lot of need and a lot of money to be distributed at the same time.
New technology will be introduced at various offices for Community Action later this year and Rumler-Gomez hopes that will make things easier for their clients.
Community Action serves DeWitt, Piatt, Logan, Menard, Mason and Fulton Counties.
To get more information, visit capcil.info or call 217-732-2159.