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Brown Bag

Provide eligible customers, 60 years of age and older, with two bags of food monthly.

Child and Adult
Food Program

Enroll and reimburse licensed daycare homes to provide nutritious meals and snacks to children.

Emergency food
& Shelter

Provide emergency services (utilities, rent, mortgage, shelter and food) to eligible customers.


Provide emergency services to eligible customers to prevent eviction.

Financial Literacy
& Stretching Your Energy Dollars

Conduct workshops on budget counseling and provide information and suggestions to reduce energy costs.


Provide emergency food to eligible customers.

Foster Grandparent

Connect volunteers age 55 and older with children and young people with exceptional needs.

Housing Counseling
& Homebuyer Education

Provide a full range of services, housing counseling and assistance to customers to improve their housing conditions.

& Referral

Basic information and referral services are given to residents in our service area.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Provide energy assistance to eligible households to meet the rising cost of home energy.

Policy Advisory Committee (PAC)

This committee functions in an advisory capacity to SEACAP and assists the designated staff members in matters affecting planning, support, and resource development.


Provide skills, knowledge, and tools necessary for academic growth and success.