What We Do
Community Action embodies the spirit of hope,
improves communities, and makes Washington a better place to live.
The Washington State Community Action Partnership (WSCAP), is a private nonprofit organization created to provide a unified voice for Community Action Agencies in advocacy, policy, programmatic and legislative issues affecting families and communities in the State of Washington.
WSCAP provides training and technical assistance to each of our 30 agencies, including Family Development Specialist training and certification for Community Action employees, ensuring high quality and professional services for those seeking our assistance.
Community Action is designed to respond to local needs that differ from community to community. Check out some of the ways we can help families in your community below:
- For a family of four, that is an annual gross income of $24,250.
Some CAA programs are also able to serve families who earn 125% or more of the Federal Poverty Limit.
- For a family of four, that is an annual gross income of $30,313.
Income guidelines vary by program and are set according to the Federal Government. Can you make it on a low-income? Play "Spent" to find out.