Five County Association of Government’s Community Action Partnership (CAP) stabilizes and empowers low-income households in moving towards self-sufficiency. This is done by leveraging Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) funding with other federal, state, and private funding sources to build partnerships with faith-based, public, non-profit, and for-profit entities; identify and meet changing community needs; and engage community members (including through volunteerism).
Programs and funding are based off community need assessments and oversight by the Five County Human Services Council (a tri-partite board consisting of equal representation of elected, private-sector, and low-income representatives). Please contact Kimberly Cooper at email@example.com if you’re interested in serving on the tri-partite board.
Community Action is a member of the Community Action Partnership of Utah and the National Community Action Partnership. Both of these organizations provide the much needed support to our Community Action agency.