Cental Office

Lake Cumberland
Community Action Agency, Inc.

P.O. Box 830
Jamestown, KY 42629
Email: info@lc-caa.org

Phone: (270) 343-4600
Fax: (270) 343-2800

Alicia K. Polston. CPA
Executive Director

In accordance with KRS 65A.080(2), Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency, Inc.’s central office is located at 23 Industry Drive, Jamestown, KY.  The financial statements, adopted budget, and most recent audit report are available for inspection Monday through Friday. 8:00 AM (CT) to 4:30 PM (CT).


The Board of Directors meets the second Tuesday of February. April, June, August and October at 6:00 PM (CT).  The annual meeting is the first Thursday in December at 6:00 PM (CT). Meetings are open to the public.


Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer







Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency, Inc., a private, non-profit agency, is the area’s largest community-based organization (CBO). The LCCAA governing board is composed of the county judge/executive (or their representative) from each county, persons chosen by a democratic selection process to be representative of our low-income population and representatives of the private sector to include business, industry, labor, religious, welfare, education or other major group interested in the community. Programmatic planning and decisions originate from local community action councils and are implemented by administrative staff on a regional basis to eliminate the causes and conditions of poverty. 


Thousands of people in the ten-county Lake Cumberland area are either unemployed or under-employed. This low-income population has been excluded from economic and social opportunities which could help them in attaining self-sufficiency and improved living conditions. LCCAA provides the tools and encouragement to empower low-income people to confront and overcome those obstacles. 


LCCAA operates a comprehensive array of programs to open educational/training and employment opportunities, remove obstacles, coordinate private sector groups and mobilize community resources to effectively assist low-income people achieve greater economic self-sufficiency. Programs are designed with flexibility to respond to immediate individual needs. LCCAA recognizes that an employable workforce, along with employment opportunities which offer a sustaining wage, are equally vital to maximizing the level of success that can and will be achieved.


Community Action Agencies (CAAs) are nonprofit private and public organizations established under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to fight America's War on Poverty. Community Action Agencies help people to help themselves in achieving self-sufficiency. Today there are approximately 1000 Community Action Agencies, serving the poor in every state as well as Puerto Rico and the Trust Territories.


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We serve the following Counties in South Central Kentucky
Adair - Casey - Clinton - Cumberland - Green - McCreary - Pulaski - Russell - Taylor - Wayne