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Stronger communities, one neighbor at a time In 2017… • There were 10 Head Start and Early Head Start sites, 13 Head Start classrooms, 6 Early Head Start classrooms, and 1 Early Head Start home-based option. 87% of Head Start children met or exceeded school readiness standards in Social Emotional Development. • YCCAC's WIC program, serving approximately 3,400 individuals, provided nutrition counseling, vouchers for healthy foods, breastfeeding support and pumps if necessary, referral to other resources, and educational materials. 47% of all infants born in York County are supported by WIC. • Nasson Health Care, York County's only Federally Qualified Health Center, provided health services — primary medical, dental and behavioral care — to 4,500 York County residents. • YCCAC's Transportation Services had 1,164 unduplicated riders. There were 59,023 bus trips and 18,984 volunteer driver trips, totaling 1,208,165 miles. • The Economic Opportunity Department, with programs focused on financial wellness, helped 405 York County families receive a total of $970,737 in refunds through free tax prep services. • Energy Services helped 2,793 York County house- holds receive LIHEAP benefits, averaging $670 per household. Of these households, 22% included young children, 31% included a disabled person, and 32% included an elderly person. • YCCAC's Weatherization Services provided 249 homes, covering all 29 of the county's towns and cities, with energy conservation improvements, which will produce an average annual energy cost savings of $400 per home. • More than 420 volunteers provided 30,517 hours of service to YCCAC, which translates into roughly $736,680 in donated time and labor, and would equal the work of 18 full-time hourly employees. O R C A L L 207.324.5762 For more than 50 years, York County communities have counted on YCCAC to provide opportunity and hope to people from all circumstances, particularly in times of transition and adversity. With each interaction, with every service delivered, YCCAC helps lay the groundwork for a better, more secure and prosperous future.

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