Alabama Council on Human Relations, Inc.
-Committed to equal opportunity, and providing services and advocacy to Alabama children and families in need since 1954
Welcome to the Alabama Council on Human Relations, Inc. web site.
Headquartered in Auburn, Alabama, the Alabama Council on Human Relations, Inc., (ACHR) administers programs such as Head Start and Early Head Start which address educational, nutritional, health and social services needs of children and families. Information about ACHR and its programs can be found on our pages.
HEAD START - CHANGE IN START DATE from September 3 to September 8.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we cannot open the centers for Head Start children until NEXT MONDAY, September 8. Buses will run on that day and centers will be open for Head Start children. These three days will be mad up during spring break.
ENERGY ASSISTANCE - We are in the cooling assistance season. The appointment scheduler will be open the last week of each month during the summer so that people can make appointments for the next month.
Residents of Lee County can make (or change) an appointment by either
∑ clicking http://achr.cascheduler.com and then following the instructions OR
∑ calling (334) 246-5266 and following the instructions.
VOTER ID LAW
Alabama is one of 34 states that require photo identification to vote. You can use a valid Alabama Driverís License, non-driver ID (obtainable where driver's licenses are offered), employee IDs from federal, state, county, municipal or other governmental entity of the state, military ID, a student ID issued by an Alabama institute of higher learning or a tribal ID. If you or someone you know does not have one, you can get one free from the Board of Registrars at the Courthouse.
To get a free photo voter ID, residents must present a document that contains their full name & date of birth (birth or marriage certificate), a document showing the voterís date of birth that can be verified by information on file with the state, document showing the person is a registered voter, or a document showing the voterís name and address as reflected in the voter registration record. Staff can access your birth or marriage certificate on-line to use to obtain a voter ID at no cost to you.
You must be registered to vote to obtain a free AL photo ID card or free non driver ID. If you are in the Board of Registrars office, you may register to vote and apply for a free ID at the same time.
Source: Alabama Photo ID Guide
Telephone (all locations) 334-821-8336
Address 319 W Glenn Ave./P.O. Box 409, Auburn, Alabama, 36831
Darden Center 604 S. 4th St., Opelika, AL
Boykin Center 400 Boykin Ave., Auburn, AL
Edelman Center Red Fox Dr., Hurtsboro, AL
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