“Our mission is to help low-income families achieve self-sufficiency by creating solutions to poverty in collaboration with community stakeholders.”

Your Community Action Program Committee

Since 1965, our goal at Community Action Program Committee, Inc. (CAPC) has been to empower hard-working, low-income families through numerous rewarding programs..

The success of each of our clients is our most important goal. By coordinating the beneficial programs available within CAPC, we are better able to move families toward employment and self-sustainability through early childhood and adult education, housing and safety assistance, financial tutoring, employment, and community empowerment.

Eradicating poverty in our area and enabling families to become self-sufficient—our critical goals—have become more and more possible with each family’s progress and utilization of CAPC services.

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Head Start/Early Head Start

Head Start and Early Head Start provide comprehensive developmental services for low-income pre-school children from birth to age five and support services for their families, including services for expectant mothers such as responsive care.

For more information on Head Start and Early Head Start, click here.

Head Start Locations

  • Bratt
  • Century
  • Ferry Pass
  • Gibson (Headquarters)
  • Langley
  • Lincoln Park
  • McMillian
  • Moreno Court
  • Morris Court
  • Myrtle Grove
  • O. J. Semmes
  • Oakcrest
  • Pine Meadow
  • Pleasant Grove
  • Sherwood
  • Sid Nelson
  • West Pensacola

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