Let’s face it, living in the Midwest has it’s weather related challenges. It gets hot in the summer and cold in the winter and that can take a toll on our homes and our health. Our weatherization program is designed to help people prepare and maintain their homes (either owned or rented) for all types of weather. In addition, the program helps people reduce energy cost and usage.

Training Partners

Talk to us about the AAMP (Anderson Advanced Manufacturing Program) starting again the Fall of 2021.

JobSource is proud to be a partner with the City of Anderson and their intensive manufacturing training program, available to Anderson residents thinking about employment with one of our community's manufacturing partners.

JobSource can also provide resources on other training and education programs. 


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Moisture and mold prevention and control tips

  • Clean and repair gutters and downspouts regularly.

  • Make sure the ground slopes away from the house’s foundation so that water does not enter or collect around the foundation.

  • Keep air-conditioning drip pans clean and the drain lines unobstructed and flowing properly.

  • Keep indoor humidity reasonable, ideally between 30 and 50 percent.

  • If you see condensation or moisture collecting on windows, walls, or pipes—act quickly to dry the wet surface and reduce the indoor moisture level or eliminate the water source.

  • Vent appliances that produce moisture to the outside.

  • Use air conditioners and/or dehumidifiers when needed.

  • Run the bathroom exhaust fan or open the window when showering. Use exhaust fans or open windows when cooking or running the dishwasher, etc.

  • Cover cold surfaces with insulation.

  • Increase the indoor air temperature.


Basic facts about lead and your health

  • Lead is especially dangerous to children under six years of age.

  • Can affect children’s brains and developing nervous systems.

  • Reduced IQ and learning disabilities.