© CADC

580.335.5588   |   105 S. Main, Frederick, OK 73542

OUR MISSION

The mission of Community Action Development Corporation is to undertake activities and implement programs with the intent of helping low-income persons improve their quality of life and to attain self-sufficiency for themselves and their families. The agency also recognizes its role as a catalyst in community and economic development efforts and will work toward improving educational and employment opportunities, housing, health services, youth programs, and other services within the communities in which we serve.

   Meet our Team

(580) 335-5588

gbrentmorey@gmail.com

Executive Director

BRENT MOREY

RX Coordinator

SHAREE SMITH

(580) 335-5588

dmartell@pldi.net

Purchasing Officer

DEEDRA MARTELL

(580)335-5588

tcollom@pldi.net

Fiscal Officer

TERRY COLLOM

(580) 335-5588

dstinnett@pldi.net

Human Resources Director

DEBBIE STINNETT

(580) 335-5588

tcamero@pldi.net

Bookkeeper

TIFFANY CAMERO

(580) 335-5588

mstone@pldi.net

Executive Secretary

MARSHA STONE

Board Of Directors

01/

Beckham County

Gene Moses

Purcy Walker

Tate Finnell

02/

Cotton County

Dave Johnson

Greg Powell

03/

Jefferson County

Sherry Pewitt

Manya Reid

Gloria England

04/

Kiowa

Gary Jeanings

Reid Davis

05/

Roger Mills County

Jim Dearing

Jack Hindman

06/

Tillman County

Jay Oxford

Ralph Heap

Eddie Whitworth

Araceli Rodriguez

07/

Washita County

Kelly Smith

Bruce Mayfield

James Gee

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Board Alternates

Stan Funkhouser           Kiowa Co.

Cherry Peterson           Washita Co.

M'Lynn Hanes             Washita Co.

HISTORY/PURPOSE

In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Economic Opportunity Act, which was the birth of Community Action Agencies across America. Originally organized as individual county organizations, our Agency was incorporated into five counties including: Jefferson, Cotton, Tillman, Kiowa, and Washita. In 1981, Beckham and Roger Mills counties were added to our seven-county service area. The Agency also has additional services in Custer County and rural transportation services in 16 counties in western and central Oklahoma. Our purpose is to improve the lives of low-income families, assist them in becoming more self-sufficient, and to improve the quality of life in each of the communities we serve. We are one of the largest employers in the western Oklahoma and offer a variety of programs to help individuals, families, and communities grow and prosper.