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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) virus has changed the way we interact and the ways in which we help each other.  What this virus has not changed is our commitment to supporting our clients and our community!  North Shore CAP will continue to bring you updates and resources as we all get through this, together.

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How North Shore CAP is responding


At this time, North Shore Community Action Programs is open and ready to help those in need!  However, our physical offices remain closed to the public and we are not holding fact-to-face meetings at this time.   Staff is working remotely and is doing everything they can to support the needs of clients and the community.  Below is a program specific update on how North Shore CAP is currently operating:

  • Energy Conservation Jobs are being completed swiftly and safely in accordance with all safety protocols. Calls and emails are being returned.
  • Fuel Assistance  The team is working remotely returning calls and emails and processing applications by phone. Households who heat with oil or propane are prioritized. 
  • Adult Education and Workforce Development No classes are being held. However, there are online course work opportunities and our teachers are providing one on one tutoring by phone or video conferencing.
  • Housing Pathways  Our team of dedicated case managers are working remotely. They are calling clients daily to check on how they are feeling, do they need food, etc.
  • Community Outreach  The team is checking in with clients daily to make sure they are well, they have food, etc. They are available to answer questions and make referrals for people who need assistance and they are able to provide emergency funds assistance.
  • Elder Home Care  Our Home Care aides continue to see clients. With a protocol in place for them to report illness for the elders they visit, and diligently following CDC recommendations, Aides are safely caring for elders.
Administration continues to be in constant communication with local leadership as well as with other community organizations in ongoing effort to respond to changing circumstances and community needs.  North Shore CAP’s Facebook page and website will continue to provide resources and up-to-date information.

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.

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Peabody, MA 01960