Welcome to NSCAP
More than 12,000 people from across the North Shore benefit each year from NSCAP services. They are low-income individuals and families working to make ends meet or facing a period of crisis in their lives
Through a range of innovative social services that fall under the following five program areas, NSCAP helps people find the stability they need to rise out of poverty.
- Economic Stabilizaton
- Education and Training
- Housing and Homelessness Prevention
- Energy Services
- Home Care for Elders
NSCAP HAS MOVED
North Shore Community Action Programs is now located at 119 Rear Foster Street, Building 13, Peabody. Below is a street map showing the new location and a map of the Foster Street complex which shows how to find Building 13 (both front and rear entrances).
The rear entrance is the handicapped accessible entrance for Fuel Assistance, Housing Pathways, Advocacy, HOPWA, Energy Conservation, and Housing Law. The rear entrance has limited parking. You can also reach the rear entrance through the front entrance by going through the left doorway: pass through the hallway, go out the back door, and walk around the building.
Home Care, Adult Basic Education, and Administrative/Fiscal offices are located on the second floor. At the front entrance, enter the left doorway to use the elevator or the right doorway for the stairs. Once you reach the second floor, the NSCAP office is the first door on the left.
PRO BONO ATTORNEY TRAINING
Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc. and North Shore Community Action Programs are co-sponsoring a Landlord Tenant Training on November 18 from 12pm-4:30pm at the Fenton Judicial Center in Lawrence. It features a distinguished panel of speakers, including the Honorable Judge David D. Kerman. Please use the link below to register: https://neighborhoodlegalservices.wufoo.com/forms/s7s7m7/ Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.