The 2022-23 Community Action Plan process is underway!  We want your input.

Have you used our services? Are you one of our organizational partners? Are you concerned about the poverty in our community? 

Your input and opinion are needed and appreciated.

HELP STRENGTHEN OUR RESPONSE TO POVERTY!
Make sure your voice is heard as we identify priorities to invest in over the next two years!
ATCAA has released the Draft 2022-23 CSBG Community Action Plan and the 2020-21 Community Needs Assessment. The Public Comment Period for comments to the

2022-23 CSBG Community Action Plan is

from April 28, 2021, through May 31st, 2021, 5:00 p.m.
Any comments received after this time will not be considered. 

Comments can be submitted through a survey link here.

 
Members of the public are also invited to attend and provide input on the

Community Action Plan for 2022-23.

 

Virtual Public Hearing on 

May 28, 2021 | 10:00AM

 

Zoom Topic: Public Hearing-ATCAA Community Action Plan

Time: May 28, 2021 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) 

Zoom link: Enter HERE or paste the link into your browser https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82677916689?pwd=N1VEQyt1MWFRV3NMdmM1cHQvUThSUT09 

Meeting ID: 826 7791 6689

Passcode: 2223CAP

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About Our Community Action Plan 

 

The Community Action Plan (CAP) serves as a two (2) year roadmap demonstrating how Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) eligible entities plan to deliver CSBG services. The CAP identifies and assesses poverty-related needs and resources in the community and establishes a detailed plan, goals, and priorities for delivering those services to individuals and families most affected by poverty.  CSBG funds may be used to support activities that assist low-income families and individuals, homeless families and individuals, migrant or seasonal farmworkers and elderly low-income individuals and families by removing obstacles and solving problems that block the achievement of self‐sufficiency. 
 
The purpose of this meeting is to present to the public our findings of the recent Community Needs Survey for Tuolumne and Amador Counties and the plan in which ATCAA will take to address these needs. All are encouraged to comment and/or attend this meeting and provide feedback into ATCAA's Community Action Plan.

Learn more about our agency and Community Action here.