The Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc. (CAB) operates programs that assist low-income residents to move out of poverty focusing on four service areas: Job Training and Employment Services, Housing and Homeless Services, Immigration Assistance, and Community Building.
In 2012, CAB programs assisted 9,022 unduplicated low-income people with emergency, sustaining or self-sufficiency services, as well as addressing an additional 7,147 requests for information and referral or brief services. Over 74% of CAB’s clients had a family income of less than 100% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines and 25% less than 150% of the Guidelines.
NEWS: Community Restoration and Women Ventures recently merged and they have a new name, ALCANCE. This new program provides job readiness workshops and one-on-one support, does life skills and leadership development. Find out more
Programs partially funded by: