Mission: Mid-state opportunity, inc. Is a non-profit organization that administers community service programs that are funded primarily by federal financial assistance.
Programs: Low income home energy assistance program (liheap) - funded by dcs/mdhs - designed to assist low income families to meet home energy needs.
community services block grant (csbg) - funded by the division of community services, mdhs - provides case management services and assistance in employment, education, health, nutrition, transportation, child care, housing, emergency assistance, income management and self-sufficiency.
tunica county - funded by the tunica county board of supervisors - provides homemaker services, congregate and home delivered meals and energy assistance.
senior select program - funded by the delta workforce investment area (dwia) through south delta planning and development district - this program provides work experience and employability skills training to disadvantaged high school seniors to help them earn their high school diplomas and prepare for a school to work transition. Out-of-school select program - funded by the delta workforce investment area (dwia) through south delta planning and development district - this program provides work experience and employability skills training to economically disadvantaged 16 - 21 year old, low-income, out-of-school youth. The participants attend basic skills classes to prepare them for the ged examination and employability skills classes to prepare them for a school to work transition. Summer youth employment program: funded by dwia, this program provides summer employment for low-income youth ages 16-24. Mso operates various other programs to assist the disadvantaged.