Our Impact

We believe that our community is strongest when every individual has the opportunity to live a life where they can meet their goals and raise their children and where each generation can continue to grow their well-being. CAP’s resources ensure people are safe, ready for school, healthy, and working on a path towards self-sufficiency.

34,274

VOLUNTEER HOURS DONATED
BY LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS

42,222

INDIVIDUALS SERVED IN 2017


“Two of my children have benefited from the Head Start program, which gave them an incredible head start (pun intended) in their education.” – Head Start Parent

“We have been so happy to have found CAP child care for our daughter! Her teachers are so dedicated and caring and she is thriving in the program!”– Child care parent

“We have been so happy to have found CAP child care for our daughter! Her teachers are so dedicated and caring and she is thriving in the program!”– Child care parent

“She transitioned to bridge housing and was finally able to financially afford to move into one of the bridge housing apartments.” – Outreach staff

“Thank you for all the support & kindness you have shown to me over the last two years. If it wasn’t for the support of the RMO I wouldn’t be where I am today.”– Former RMO customer


761

HEAD START STUDENTS RECEIVED PRE-KINDERGARTEN SERVICES.

353

PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS

124

OLDER ADULTS WERE CONNECTED WITH PEERS, RECREATION AND OTHER SUPPORTIVE SERVICES AT THE SENIORS CENTERS.

9,581

NEW MOTHERS, INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN IMPROVED THEIR HEALTH AND NUTRITION IN THE WIC PROGRAM.