Capital Area Community Services Inc. is hiring multiple positions in Ingham, Eaton, Clinton, and Shiawassee County. CACS offers medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance after 60 days of employment. We also offer very generous paid time off and a 403(b) retirement savings plan with a matching contribution. Apply now by clicking the link below. 


Capital Area Community Services (CACS) offers free home weatherization assistance to residents of Clinton, Eaton, Ingham and Shiawassee Counties. The program is designed to help lower fuel costs by making homes more energy efficient. Under today’s Weatherization Assistance Program, more work can be completed. This means greater energy savings for eligible residents!

How much can I save?

Weatherization saves households an average of 30 percent on heating costs in cold weather states. Having your home weatherized can save you an average of $283 per year on your energy bills!

What work will be done on my home?

Typical weatherization measures may include: smoke detectors, clothes dryer vents, furnace/water heater testing, repair or replacement, duct insulation, attic insulation, setback thermostats, low flow showerheads, kneewall insulation, exterior wall insulation, air sealing measures, bandjoist (boxsill) insulation, floor insulation, perimeter insulation, refrigerator replacement, and LED light bulbs.

How do I qualify?

To qualify for the Weatherization Assistance Program, your total household income cannot exceed 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.  If your home was weatherized more than 15 years ago you may be eligible to receive weatherization services again. (Click for more information)

Both homeowners and renters may participate in this program. Renters must get prior approval from their landlord, and have their landlord sign an agreement for Weatherization services.

We encourage you to apply for the Weatherization Assistance Program now! Having your home insulated is also a great way to reduce cooling costs while staying cooler in the summer!

The Weatherization Assistance Program is funded by DOE, LIHEAP, and utility programs.