Tri-County Opportunities Council will investigate the impact of poverty throughout our nine county service area and will work, in partnership with individuals, families and communities to provide opportunities that supports movement towards stability and self-sufficiency.
Invitation to Bid
The T.C.O.C. Head Start program is requesting bids for the leasing of one (1), new 29-passenger school bus. The required lettering Tri-County Opportunities Council Head Start plus bus# 1 on both sides of the vehicle to be included in bid quotation. Bus to be delivered with current Illinois Inspection Sticker affixed. Quotation price firm for thirty (30) days.
Bids will be accepted until the close of business (4:30 p.m.) on Friday, August 28, 2020.
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RENTAL HOUSING SUPPORT PROGRAM
Tri-County Opportunities Council's Rental Housing Support Program is now accepting names for its waiting list.
The program provides affordable housing to individuals and families with extremely low-income (under 30% of area median income) in the counties of Carroll, Lee, Putnam, and Whiteside.
In addition, an Outreach Plan has been developed to assist individuals and families to enroll in additional agency programs in order to provide opportunities that support movement towards stability and self-sufficiency.
If you are interested in applying, please fill out the information below.
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Community Action Agency
Building Opportunities to Transform Communities
Serving the Nine Counties in Illinois
Check out the Head Start/Early Head Start's Health Website at
The TCOC Health Website offers specific health requirements for each of our programs: Head Start, Early Head Start, and our Pregnant Women's program, specific health requirements, printable forms, and much more.
United Way of Whiteside County has received $10,000 in restricted grant monies and is collaborating with its partner agency, Tri-County Opportunities Council, and the City of Fulton to distribute funds to households in Fulton that have fallen behind on rent, mortgage, or utility payments because of an impact from COVID-19.
Eligibility restrictions apply. Payments go directly to vendors.