CCAP provides Community Services in both Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties. These services are an integral part of the community and to the people that receive them. The Community Action Program participants are still grappling with high unemployment and dwindling finances. The Community Service programs at CCAP are there when people need them especially when they are feeling uncertain and worried about their future.
The Representative Payee services make sure the participant’s bills are paid and housing needs are met. Click here for more information
United Way Community Emergency Fund helps with participants needs that are outside of CCAP’s normal grant funding requirements. Click here for more information.
Personal Hygiene Packs meet the immediate need for our participants and are available to anyone in need. Click here for more information.
The Student Needs Assistance Program (SNAP) distributes school supplies once a year for kids in need grades k-12. Click here for more information.
Trinkets & Treasures Thrift Store in Hoquiam in the Historic Emerson Manor collects donations of resalable items to raise money for the Senior Nutrition Program in Hoquiam.