Empowering people to achieve social and economic stability through services and education in partnership with the community.
More than 10,000 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.
North Shore Community Action Programs will be Closed to the Public Effective Monday, March 16 until further notice.
This decision was made with an abundance of caution and in the interest of protecting the health and safety of our staff and clients. During this time, the office will not be open to the public for face to face meetings. There will be no onsite intakes, ESOL classes, or any in-person meetings during this time. In order to continue to serve our clients to the best of our ability, staff will still be available via email, phone, and fax. Please call your case manager or call 978-531-0767 ext 100 and leave a message. Your message will be returned as quickly as possible. You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Email is the best means of contact for quicker response.
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Watch this video on North Shore CAP and what we offer:
“Thank you NSCAP for helping us with temporary shelter, and a permanent place to live.”
NSCAP was able to assist a homeless family to move to a new apartment this month. A local mother and her five year old son became homeless when their lease was not renewed. The mother is a victim of domestic violence and is not receiving child support. Eventually the mother found employment and was able to find an apartment they could afford in Peabody, but she lacked the money to pay first and last month’s rent and security deposit. NSCAP paid for her start-up costs and the family was able to move to an affordable and safe apartment. She will apply for a permanent housing subsidy at the local housing authorities and take advantage of the local food pantries and NSCAP’s Fuel Assistance Program.
NSCAP provides social services that enable low-income families and individuals to obtain the skills and knowledge they need to become economically self-sufficient, civically engaged, and to live in dignity and decency.
119 Rear Foster Street, Building 13
Peabody, MA 01960