Aroostook County Action Program, Inc. (ACAP), is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 1972. Since that time, ACAP has provided the people of Aroostook County with services and resources that…

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There are 10 community action programs in Maine and approximately 1,000 nationwide. The Community Action Program concept was established by President Lyndon B. Johnson with the Economic Opportunity…

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How We are Funded

Community Action Agencies like ACAP receive federal and state funds in the form of grants, including Community Service Block Grant funds. Federal and state funds help ACAP leverage additional funds…

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Each year ACAP celebrates the 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 year anniversaries of its staff members. It is not unusual to have 20 or more employees recognized annually for these milestone years! ACAP…

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ACAP is governed by a volunteer 21 member board of directors. The ACAP Board of Directors is tripartite, meaning its membership is comprised of equal numbers of public, private and low-income…

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The Aroostook Policy Advisory Council (APAC) was organized in 1972. Its members act as spokespersons and advocates for low-income groups in Aroostook County in matters relating to the alleviation of…

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