At SEA we see people who are at the most difficult time in their life – struggling to feed their children, put a roof over their heads, or keep the electricity on. Our goal is helping them through the crisis. In the process, they are able to learn new skills, have more resources and reach the point of meeting their needs.
Shelby Emergency Assistance began in 1973 through the efforts of local individuals concerned about the needs of others in our community. These individuals, working as volunteers, developed the basic philosophy that guides our services today. In 1977 the agency became affiliated with United Way of Central Alabama, which led to our expansion of services to cover all of Shelby County. Since that time, SEA has continued to develop a comprehensive array of services directed toward providing basic needs and promoting positive change.
3822 Hwy 25
Montevallo, Al 35115
Phone: (205) 665-1942
Fax: (205) 665-7855
STEP Program Coordinator
Helping people move from crisis to self-sufficiency in Shelby County.
KAREN PENDLETON HAS BEEN THE DIRECTOR OF SHELBY EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE SINCE 2008.
To provide the basic needs of people in crisis, helping them achieve self-sufficiency and empowering them to make positive contributions to their community.
Social Services Director
Housing Case Manager
Chris Brannon, President
Tim Alexander, President-Elect
Jamali Davis, Vice President
Adele Nelson, Secretary
Herschel Hale, Treasurer
Charlene Tucker, Past President