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CAP

Baltimore City Community Action Partnership (CAP) has been helping people, changing lives and strengthening communities since 1964.

Baltimore City Community Action Partnership (CAP) has been helping people, changing lives and strengthening communities since 1964. Our mission is to reduce poverty by offering opportunities to help low-income households become self-sufficient. CAP focuses on resolving the immediate needs of a household and identifying goals for long-term success; many needs and goals are addressed through financial empowerment, housing and energy, food and nutrition and case management.

Financial Empowerment

CAP administers a multi-layered Money Smart financial education program that includes workshops on asset development, budgeting, debt management, credit education and saving for short and long term goals. You can visit your local CAP Center to participate in a FREE financial literacy workshop each Thursday at 9am.Community groups and organizations are also welcomed to invite CAP onsite to conduct our workshop series for members.

Housing & Energy

Our Office of Home Energy Programs (OHEP) helps families pay their utility bills, minimize heating crises and make energy costs more affordable. The Senior Water Discount helps senior (65+) homeowners and renters, lower the cost of their water bill. Seniors can apply each year for the discount. Those under 65 who may be having problems paying their water bills can also get help through the Low Income Water Assistance Program. Both assistance programs are based on eligibility requirements and applications can be completed at a CAP Center.

Food & Nutrition

Each Tuesday at 9am, all CAP Centers conduct a FREE Eat Healthy, Shop Smart food & nutrition workshop. Participants can also sign-up to complete the six-week Eat Healthy, Shop Smart workshop series which covers healthy cooking, budgeting, couponing, grocery shopping and the importance of physical activity.

Case Management

Clients work with a trained Human Service Worker to identify areas of improvement and establish goals to become self-sufficient. A plan is created to overcome any challenges in order to achieve the goals through CAP programs and referrals to community partners. Please call your local CAP Center to schedule an appointment for case management.

Hours of Operation and Locations

CAP hours of operation are from Monday – Friday8:30 am – 4:30 pm at the following locations:

Community Action Partnership (CAP) Centers

Northern CAP Center

5225 York Road, 21212

410-396-6084

Northwest CAP Center

3939 Reisterstown Road, 21215

443-984-1384

Southern CAP Center

606 Cherry Hill Road, 21225

41-545-0900

Southeast CAP Center

3411 Bank Street, 21224

410-545-6518

Eastern CAP Center

1400 E. Federal Street, 21213

410-545-0136

Office Of Home Energy Programs (OHEP)

2700 N. Charles Street – Suite 202, 21218

Closed to the public on Fridays

410-396-6406

Satellite Locations

Mt. Olive Evangelistic Church

3816 Edmondson Avenue, 21229

Tuesdays: 8:30 am –  4:30 pm

410-947-7427

Hampden Family Center

1104 W. 36 Street, 21211

Wednesdays: 9:30 am – 1 pm

410-467-8710

 

For more information about Baltimore City CAP, please visit our website at http://human-services.baltimorecity.gov/community-action-partnerships or call 410-396-3228. Be sure to follow Baltimore City CAP onFacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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