About CCAP

Coastal Community Action Program (CCAP) is part of the Community Action Network of Agencies across the country. Community action agencies truly make the promise of helping people change lives and fighting poverty at the local level.

Contact Us

(360) 533-5100

info@coastalcap.org

OFFICE HOURS

8 AM to 12 PM

1 PM to 5 PM

 Management Staff

Craig Dublanko – CEO

Lucy Machowek – CFO

Greg Claycamp – Program Director for Housing and Community Services

John O’Lague – Program Director for Social and Employment Services

Locations

Main Office

101 E Market St. (Public Parking & Entrance on Broadway)
Aberdeen, WA 98520

OFFICE HOURS 8 AM to 12 PM & 1 PM to 5 PM

(360) 533-5100
Fax(360) 532-4623

Main Pacific County Office

1505 Pacific Ave N.
Long Beach, Washington 98631

OFFICE HOURS 8:00 AM to 12 PM & 1 PM to 5:00PM
360-642-6100

North Pacific County office

500 W Robert Bush Dr / PO Box 1353
South Bend, Washington 98586

Thurston County Office

1217 Cooper Point Rd SW Suite 7
Olympia, WA 98502

360-915-8189

Who We Are

Coastal Community Action Program (CCAP) is part of the Community Action Network of Agencies across the country. Community action agencies truly make the promise of helping people change lives and fighting poverty at the local level. CCAP creates opportunities for people to prosper personally though a variety of programs and services such as weatherization, job training and placement, housing, energy assistance and transportation. CCAP knows that people in our communities are experiencing growing financial challenges amid an uncertain economic climate and are one paycheck away from becoming homeless. Coastal Community Action Program helps to remove the barriers that prevent achieving economic stability. Our partnerships within our communities help to provide support and opportunity for our citizens need of assistance.

Mission Statement

Coastal Community Action Program is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of families, the elderly, children and youth, and people with disabilities in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties.

 

Vision

To be a resource to the community that alleviates poverty, provides assistance and enhances the overall quality of life.

Values

  1. Treating people with respect.
  2. Promoting personal independence by involving people in their own
    solutions.
  3. Encouraging innovative and creative financial solutions.
  4. Networking and collaborating with other community resources.
  5. Empowering our staff.
  6. Identifying our community needs, advocating solutions, and assessing our
    impact on community outcomes.
    7. Providing for basic and emergent needs.
    8. Taking a leadership role in strengthening our community partners network in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties.
    9. Adopting an ongoing continuous quality improvement program.

Strategic Plan

The Strategic Plan of Coastal Community Action Program (CCAP) focuses on four key areas to establish goals and ensure that we perform our services at the highest level possible. Through a focus on sustainability we seek to identify potential sources of revenue, and get the most out of each dollar.

Annual Report

The Annual Report of Coastal Community Action Program outlines the organization’s financials and community impact.

 

Eviction Rent Assistance Program (ERAP) / Ayuda Para Evitar El Desalojo De Vivienda (Programa ERAP)

As of April 20, 2021 we do not have ERAP funding. We are hoping to soon. Please continue to check back for updates.
Al April 20, 2021 no contamos con fondos de ERAP. Esperamos pronto. Continúe revisando las actualizaciones.

Covid Vaccinations for those experiencing homelessness

COVID 19 VACCINATIONS - for persons experiencing homelessness

 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

 

First vaccine: Sunday, May 2nd 3 to 6 pm

Second vaccine: Sunday, May 30th 3 to 6 pm

 

Chaplains on the Harbor

Aberdeen-Amazing Grace 111 E 4th St

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