The Federal Low-Income Weatherization Assistance Program and its Partnerships: $1.1 Billion In 2018
This toolkit contains graphics and messaging covering a range of topics including energy burden, energy equity and clean energy, COVID-19 and the energy sector, the Weatherization Assistance Program the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, Energy Efficiency Day (October 7), and Weatherization Day (October 30).
Continuous Quality Improvement is a module within a series based on material produced by the Community Action Partnership and the Association of Nationally Certified ROMA Trainers (ANCRT). The series is comprised of a variety of recorded webinars, workshop PowerPoints, facilitator guides, case study examples, and associated resources. The curriculum is based on foundational ROMA principles and practices, exploring the focus areas for ROMA Next Generation and highlighting how all the elements of the Performance Management Framework fit together.
CAPLAW and the National Community Action Partnership have put together this case study to discuss some of the ways that Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission has adapted to the pandemic, ensuring governance compliance while continuing to meet customer needs.
CAPLAW and the National Community Action Partnership have put together this case study to discuss some of the ways that Pro Action of Steuben and Yates, Inc. has adapted to the pandemic, which we hope will inspire and encourage other CAAs considering similar measures.
Service-Based Enumeration (SBE) provides an opportunity for people without conventional housing and people who may be experiencing homelessness to be counted in the census. This toolkit provides steps local agencies can take to ensure their customers are counted in the 2020 Census.
This brief highlights practices that local CAAs can engage in to establish new partnerships or collaborative relationships and describes some of the learnings from Capstone Community Action as they convened resources to assist families in crisis.
This brief, as the second installment in the National Partnership’s Community Action COVID-19 Resource Series, highlights practices that local CAAs can engage in to support mental health and self-care for staff as they continue to go above and beyond to serve communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The brief also includes relevant resources for additional information and learning.
The Census Bureau is conducting one final push to ensure everyone is counted. Residents can expect to receive mailers, emails, phone calls, and visits from census enumerators. Use these graphics to explain what to expect and which communications to trust.
This resource guide includes an array of resources on various issue areas related to pursuing a whole family approach. The resources are organized into whole family approach building blocks – a framework developed by the Community Action Partnership that highlights key components – both within and outside of an agency – that promote a successful whole family approach. The building blocks are informed by the Partnership’s experience with facilitating numerous learning cohorts for CAAs and other community-based organizations that are interested in pursuing a whole family approach.
To ensure everyone is counted, Census workers will go door-to-door nationwide to encourage folks to fill out their form. Use this graphic to demonstrate the 5 things to look out for to identify a census taker.
As part of the The Community Action COVID-19 Resource Series, this brief discusses how the Covid-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted people of color and provides equitable approaches for human service delivery.
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