Community Action Partnership

Community Action Agency

 ​​​Community Action Agency for Solano County

Collaborative Applicant for Continuum of Care Funding

Homeless Management Information System Lead Agency 

Community Action Agency

In addition to administering the Continuum of Care competition, the CAP Solano JPA also serves as the Community Action Agency for Solano County, administering funds through the Community Services Block Grant Program. 

The CSBG program is intended to revitalize low-income communities, reduce poverty, and empower low-income households through grants passed through the states. CSBG is implemented locally through a network of community action agencies and other neighborhood-based organizations under the principle of community self-help. Activities under the CSBG program include strengthening community planning and coordinating an array of agencies and groups, organizing a range of services, implementing services and strategies, maximizing participation, and broadening the resource base. 

The CAP Solano JPA also works closely with the Tripartite Advisory Board (TAB) which provides community insight and input for funding decisions. For more information regarding the TAB, please see the Tripartite Advisory Board page.

Community Action Plan

The 2024-25 Community Action Plan has been approved by the CAP Solano JPA Board and  the California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD).

2024-2025 Community Action Plan (CAP) serves as a two-year roadmap for how the Community Action Partnership of Solano, Joint Powers Authority (CAP Solano JPA) plans to deliver services, supported by the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG).
The CAP identifies and assesses needs and resources related to income and housing insecurity in the community and establishes a detailed plan, goals, and priorities for delivering those services to individuals and families most affected. 
CSBG funds may be used to support activities that assist low-income families and individuals, homeless families and individuals, migrant or seasonal farm workers, and elderly low-income individuals and families by removing obstacles and solving problems that block the achievement of self-sufficiency.