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St. Vincent De Paul Society & Huntsville Madison County Transportation Coalition

We welcome any other organizations or businesses willing to team up with our coalition and make a difference in our community. We are everyday people trying to make an impact on the lives of these individuals for their futures!If you would like to learn more about these noble organizations please feel free to browse our list amd click our logos for direct links!

Members of the Society of St.Vincent de Paul (or "Vincentians" ) are men and women who strive to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to individuals in need. We are young and old. Our members come in every shade of skin color. Some of us are wealthy, some are financially poor, but all of us are blessed with an awareness that our blessings (time, talent or treasure) are to be shared with our brothers and sisters in need. 

Phoenix is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for qualified individuals with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations for any qualified individual with a disability. Individuals who believe that they require reasonable accommodations in the application process should contact our human resources department at (256) 880-0680, or visit us at 2939 Johnson Road SW, Huntsville, Alabama. We ask those who are unable to access any part of this website due to a disability or any other barrier to please call Phoenix at (256) 880-0680 for assistance in receiving any information in an alternative manner.  MORE...

The Huntsville Assistance Program is a group of Christian congregations who desire to provide a ministry of assistance and referrals to needy individuals and families of Madison County, Alabama. This ministry focuses on the non-homeless and strives to achieve its mission by the pooling of volunteers, information, and financial resources of its members.

Be it resolved, that the mission of the Huntsville Housing Authority is to eliminate the negative influence of poverty in public housing to ensure that residents develop self-esteem and lead fulfilling and productive lives.

The goal of the Public Transportation Division is to provide adequate and efficient community transportation services for the general public, senior citizens, physically challenged citizens, commuters, and individuals with limited transportation alternatives.

With the support of trained volunteers and staff, utilizing financial contributions from supporters, and guidance from the Board of Directors, the Christian Women's Job Corps® of Madison County is committed to assisting area women become self-sufficient by equipping them with essential educational, employment, and life skills so that they can become viable contributions to the community.

Women chosen to participate in the Christian Women's Job Corps® program attend intensive life and work skill courses that include Bible study and computer classes. The classes vary in length and are free of charge. The curriculum is designed to give the CWJC® students a firm foundation on which to build a successful life and career.

Each student is assigned a mentor, and each mentor is committed to a one-on-one relationship to help build the student's self-esteem, self-confidence and skills essential to success in life and work.

CSNA's HOPE Place serves victims in Madison, Morgan, Limestone, and Jackson counties.  A satellite shelter in Morgan County offers additional safe refuge for clients.  Victim advocates in each county served by CSNA provide case management, court advocacy, and help with counseling and referrals. SAIL (Special Assessment Intervention and Liaison) is a joint program of  HOPE Place and Department of Human Resources whereby specialized services  are provided to domestic violence victims within the DHR system.

TARCOG helps local governments improve the quality of life for the region’s more than 649,000 residents. The Council does this by obtaining funding for local government assistance, coordinating local governments’ responses to regional issues, and providing a wide range of services to the region’s governments and residents. TARCOG helps member governments work together to address issues best solved cooperatively, rather than independently. TARCOG also provides services and technical assistance to different communities that are unable to provide their own personnel due to funding issues. The services are in three program areas: Aging, Economic Development, and Planning

The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.

CommuteSmart Huntsville can help you find an easier way to work. Whether it’s carpooling or vanpooling, we’re here to steer you in the right direction. CommuteSmart offers free online ridematching, vanpool services, employer and commuter services and more. Let us help you get on the road to a better commute.

St. Thomas is a caring, worship-centered, suburban parish comprised of committed Christians from differing social, political and geographical backgrounds--just like Huntsville itself. Our membership includes young families, empty nesters, and retirees; we have cradle Episcopalians and newcomers to the faith, conservatives and liberals, artists, engineers, teachers, doctors, lawyers…all saints of God. We are passionate about beautiful liturgy and music, engaging sermons, and the belief that we are called as joyful Christians to show the love of Christ to our neighbors, locally and globally. St. Thomas enjoys a reputation as a church with a sense of humor and strong focus on outreach. We know that it is in giving that we receive.

First Stop's overarching goal is to promote the overall rehabilitation of homeless citizens in Huntsville and Madison County communities. That includes facilitating their transition from the "street" into permanent housing and assisting with their reintroduction to their workforce.  


The mission of the North Alabama Coalition for the Homeless (NACH) is to educate the public regarding homelessness, and to coordinate and facilitate the efforts of agencies, communities and concerned citizens into a seamless Continuum of Care (CoC) to affect positive solutions to homelessness in Madison, Morgan and Limestone counties of North Alabama.

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