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All classes and resource materials are direct, practical and easily understood.

Open to all; no previous experience is assumed or required. Each class is presented in a single session.

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The Coalition held a press conference on Monday, November 11, 2021 to urge the Utah Legislature to use an anticipated 2.5 billion in new revenues from budget surplus and American Rescue Plan (APR) funds to meet over 5.1 billion in unmet needs.

Visit CAP Utah's CSBG Reauthorization page to learn how this important legislation helps the Community Action Network in Utah help families and communities.

October is Energy Awareness Month. Celebrate by learning more about the Weatherization and HEAT programs in Utah.

Registration will close for the 2021 Virtual Conference on June 22, 2021. Don't miss out on learning from state and national experts on a variety of topics relevant for Community Action Agencies and human services providers.

Learn more about these awards and how to nominate an outstanding individual/organization.

Community Action Partnership of Utah celebrates Community Action Month in May!

Learn more on how to fight hunger during the statewide Feed Utah Food Drive

Training and Technical Assistance Needs Survey for Utah CAAs.

EITC Awareness Day 2021

Like many other community-based organizations, CAAs in Utah have responded to housing needs related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. This page summarizes key points of what CAAs have experienced from April 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020 and information on the households served.

6000 pages of bill boiled down into 7 pages of summary highlighting issues most pertinent to CAP agencies.

How to support the CAP Utah Network on Giving Tuesday!

Statement by National Community Action Partnership on 2020 Elections

Statement on a proposed utility rate increase from Rocky Mountain Power.

Community Action Agencies strive to change lives, embody the spirit of hope, improve communities, make America a better place to live, care about the entire community, and help people help themselves and each other. Encouraging an accurate count of “the whole number of persons in each state” as outlined in…

Conference Program Day 1: 9:00 am - 9:30 am MDT Welcome - Denise Harlow, National Community Action Partnership Kim Lamb Community Action Partnership of Utah Board Chair & Andrea Olsen, Community Action Partnership of North Dakota Join Zoom Meeting / Meeting ID: 957 8811 5293 / Phone: 1 (669) 900-9128 / Overflow on Facebook! 9:30 am -…

This week is Latino Census Week of Action! Latinos are among the hardest to count communities in the county. Out of the one million young children who were missed in the 2010 Census, 40% were Latino children under the age of five. Latinos also represent the second largest population group…

What is the Census? The U.S. Constitution requires a complete count, every 10 years, of every single person living in the country. ALL residents are counted, regardless of citizenship status. Information gathered is used to determine our representation in Congress, set how much federal funding Utah gets each year, redraw voting…

Community Action Agencies throughout Utah remain committed to helping families in Utah during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. These agencies provide important food, housing, transportation, and other services that are considered essential. Here are a couple ways you can help Community Action Agencies in Utah: Donate Time / Funds Directly…

Q. What is the Census?
A. The U.S. Constitution requires a complete count, every 10 years, of every single person living in the country. ALL residents are counted, regardless of citizenship status.
Q. Why does the Census matter?
A. Information gathered in the Census count helps shape the future of…

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