The Department of Health is looking for comments on the Women, Infants and Children’s Program (WIC) related to the WIC State Plan. Your comments and suggestions are important! If you have suggestions for improvement or believe keeping WIC housed in local agencies like SCCAP, they want to hear from you, please attend a 2019 public meeting or submit written comments to the WIC State Agency at email@example.com.
SCCAP programs and initiatives are organized into a service line structure. This allows programs to work together, using best practices, to benefit the families we serve.
SCCAP's Family and Asset Development Programs
These programs work with the family to design effective interventions or changes that can help the family build long term stability. All programs except Weatherization include case management and ongoing support to assist the family in setting and meeting their goals.
Weatherization involves a comprehensive assessment of a home's energy usage efficiency and follows evidence based protocols to improve energy usage for the family.
SCCAP's Education and Employment Programs
These programs support a family as they work to build their skills, obtain employment and then advance in their career. Whether an individual needs to develop soft skills or hard skills and education or a family needs the very tangible support of quality early learning programs for their children so they can work, SCCAP can assist a them on their journey to a livable wage for their family.
SCCAP's Health and Nutrition Programs
It is hard to focus on developing an effective future story if you or your children are hungry. These programs work to meet the very basic needs of a family - access to healthy food.
Our Impact and Events
SCCAP works to make changes on two levels. First, we help families create a new future story and provide appropriate support to help them reach their goals. Second, but equally important, we work together with our partners and families to be a catalyst for system and community change ensuring all families can thrive.
years serving our communities
SCCAP started in 1965 as part of the war on poverty. Over the years we have worked hard to meet the changing needs of our community. As the needs in our counties change, SCCAP evolves to meet them.
programs and initiatives
SCCAP administers more than 25 programs and initiatives primarily across Adams and Franklin County. These programs work together to achieve results.
SCCAP touches the lives of more than 13,000 families annually. We support the social infrastructure so that low wage earners and seniors on a fixed income can thrive.