Sometimes people don't always get the best start in life and they need help to find the right path.
Community Action Partnership here in Central Illinois looks to help those who may need extra guidance, from everything such as their food co-op program to classes on learning how to manage money more wisely.
Craig Farnam is the director of the food co-op program and he explains how members receive products through the service.
Along with the food co-op, Community Action also offers classes on the right way to handle yourself in a professional standard.
Mike Robbins is a family service worker for Community Action, as he says he's been able to see first-hand the impact these classes have made.
For more information on the Community Action Partnership here in Central Illinois visit www.capcil.info.