SOCIAL SERVICES

SEA's social services are provided by licensed social workers who complete assessments, develop service plans, and provide assistance to stabilize the crisis situation. The social workers are knowledgeable of local resources and often collaborate with other agencies to better serve individuals and families in our community. 

Food Assistance was provided to 1,435 individuals in 2017.

SEA utilizes the Community Food Bank of Central Alabama for meeting clients' food needs. In addition, food donations are received from churches, businesses, schools, and individuals. During summer months, produce is provided by the local Farmers Markets and University of Montevallo Organic Garden.

In 2017, 1,882 individuals were assisted through our social services department. 


Services include:

  • 796 Social Work Assessments
  • Housing assistance provided for 85 individuals
  • Power assistance for 505 individuals to prevent disconnection
  • Water bill assistance for 14 individuals 
  • Home visits to provide services to 26 individuals
  • Purchase of 128 prescriptions
  • Financial assistance for 122 doctor and dentist visits