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 elecTIONS FOR SALEM AND BEVERLY:
North Shore Community Action Programs, Inc. will hold an election for its Board of Directors. There are open seats for low-income community representatives from Salem and for Beverly. Voting will be held from Monday October 28, 2013 to Monday November 4, 2013.
Ballots may be obtained at the NSCAP office, 98 Main St., Peabody; Beverly Bootstraps, 371 Cabot St., Beverly; River House, 56 River St., Beverly, North Shore CDC, 102 Lafayette St, Salem; and Catholic Charities, 280 Washington St., Salem, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Voting is limited to Beverly and Salem residents whose income is at or below 175% of the federal poverty guidelines. For additional information, call 978-531-0767 x111.
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 email@example.com with any questions.