In partnership with our community, CAPCA is committed to educating eligible participants by providing quality services which empower lives, expand self-reliance and increase community involvement.
We believe that in order for citizens to succeed certain key ingredients such as opportunity and resources are essential. Statistics show that poverty touches a large proportion of Americans over their lifetime. Sometimes it is a chronic condition that persists over several generations. More often, poverty comes as a consequence of life’s unremarkable tragedies-illness, job loss, divorce or disability – that can destroy a family’s ability to support itself. Regardless of the cause, most families struggle against their predicament, and many fight their way out of poverty. CAPCA can provide ways to assist in waging this fight against poverty.
Low income people become more self-sufficient
- Employment Supports
- Economic Asset Enhancements and Utilization
The conditions in which low income people live are improved.
- Community Improvements and Revitalization
- Community Quality of Life and Assets
- Community Engagement
- Employment Growth from ARRA Funds
Low income people own a stake in their community.
- Community Enhancement through Maximum Feasible Participation
- Community Empowerment through Maximum Feasible Participation
Partnerships among supporters and providers of service to low income people are achieved.
- Expanding Opportunities through Community-Wide Partnerships
Agencies increase their capacity to achieve results.
- Agency Development
Low income people, especially vulnerable populations, achieve their potential by strengthening family and other supportive systems
- Independent Living
- Emergency Assistance
- Child and Family Development
- Family Supports (Seniors, Disabled and Caregivers)
- Service Counts