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Chevy Chase Community Center
Chevy Chase Center
Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Chevy Chase Center empowers the disadvantaged population of Indiana County through love, nutrition and education.
History of Organization
In September 1969, a community of concerned citizens who wanted to combat poverty and assist Indiana County residents in need established the Chevy Chase Community Action Council, Inc. After the CCCAC was incorporated as a tax-exempt non-profit organization, the group launched a fundraiser to build a community center. Their vision soon became a reality, when in 1971 the Chevy Chase Community Center was constructed with assistance from the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Since that time, the CCCAC vision has never wavered in its commitment as members of the greater Indiana community come together always striving to provide services in response to the needs of the community as they arise. In 2000, the Center was renovated and rededicated to the community with a grant from the Indiana County Commissioners. Today, CCCAC continues to be a place where the residents of Indiana County come together to make life better for all.
Emergency Food Pantry
Adult Nutrition Education
Basic Education Principles
Children's Summer Program
Earn-a-Bike for Kids
The Center is also available for rental; meetings, dinners, programs, etc
Soup Kitchen Meal Service providing hot meals Monday through Thursday from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm.
Gleaning free foods donated by local merchants Monday through Thursday during Soup Kitchen hours
Emergency Food Emergency Clothing Education Summer Program Soup Kitchen Gleaning
9:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Thursday
Fees/Cost for Services
Varies depending on program or service.
Depends on the program or service
How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Come on over or call us!
Languages Spoken or Available
English French German
Clerical, Soup Kitchen, Meal Deliveries, Maintenance