In 1965, NOCAC was incorporated as a non-profit social service organization designated to serve the citizens of Northwest Ohio. This year, we are proud to have reached our 50th year milestone. We look forward to many more years of continued service to our community as we continue to guide families to become more successful and self-sufficient.
Advisory Committee Meeting
To assure that our families and children receive the very best in health care and services, National Head Start requires that each Head Start program establish a Health Services Advisory Committee (HSAC) composed of community health agencies, parents and specialists. This committee provides guidance on finding the most effective ways of serving our population.
NOCAC Head Start/Early Childhood Education (HS/ECE) program is committed to providing quality child development services to preschoolers. The HSAC members advise and guide NOCAC HS/ECE staff in health issues and the development of health-related policies pertaining to the children, families, and staff of the program. The committee revises and approves policies and procedures that affect the way the health services program staff will function. NOCAC depends on this committee because of their health-related expertise and commitment to the health of our community's children.
FREE BASIC TAX FILING
One of our Benefit Bank Counselors may be able to assist you with filing your 2014 Federal, State, and School District tax returns if your individual income is $65,000 or less. We may also be able to help you if you meet the income guidelines for filing Married or Head of Household status on your tax return.
There are no fees or charges for this service - it is quick, easy and FREE so you can put money back in your pocket!! E-filing is available and you can receive your refunds through direct deposit into your bank account.
Services are conveniently located in Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Paulding, Van Wert, and Williams counties. To schedule an appointment, call our office at 419-784-2150.
This community service is sponsored by NOCAC, United Way, and the Ohio Association of Foodbanks.