About OLHSA

Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) was formed in 1964 as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty.  OLHSA supports Oakland and Livingston County residents that are looking for aid in removing the burdens of poverty.  OLHSA creates opportunities to be empowered and thrive in the community with individually tailored, wrap-around assistance for all individuals and families in need of help. 

We are a Community Action Agency that welcomes all community members seeking knowledge, skills, or resources related to educational needs, housing security, financial goals, livable wages, and other emerging needs.   Last year OLHSA staff connected 12,000 people to resources that helped them reach or maintain self-sufficiency.   OLHSA team members strive for excellence, respect others, honor diversity, and are one of our most valuable internal resources.  

OLHSA partners with local organizations to accomplish many different aspects of our community work.  

Member of National Community Action Partnership

OLHSA is a part of a national network of Community Action Agencies (CAA) that helps individuals, families, and communities.  For over 50 years this network of 1,000 nationwide CAAs has been working to reach a day when no one will be living in poverty. Click here to learn more.

Annual Report

Check out OLHSA's Annual Report here (via Microsoft Sway)

Check out OLHSA Head Start's Annual Report here

Financial Statements

Audited financial statement for period ended December 31, 2018

OLHSA 990

Venture 990