OCAP Funded Programs
Click to view a detailed map of our funded programs: OCAP Program Map 2020
The Economic Empowerment grant has been awarded to five organizations to implement the “Your Money, Your Goals” financial education curriculum. The recipients are: Community Action Partnership of Orange County, SAY (Social Advocates for Youth) San Diego, Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County, Community Action Partnership of Kern and Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County.
The Parent Leadership grant has been awarded to Lead 4 Tomorrow’s Family Hui Mainland program with the goal of providing training and technical assistance to empower parents so they may become leaders in their communities.
The Strategies Technical Assistance grant has been awarded to The Child Abuse Prevention Center and The Children’s Bureau. These organizations will work in collaboration to provide services to strengthen communities, organizations and families.
The Innovative Partnerships grant has been awarded to five Child Abuse Prevention Councils forming a regional collaborative in an effort to improve child abuse prevention outcomes and create prevention networks in their communities. The OCAP’s funded partners are the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento , CASA of Mendocino and Lake Counties, Contra Costa Child Abuse Prevention Council , Fresno Council on Child Abuse Prevention and the Center for Family Strengthening.
The Road to Resilience grant has been awarded to 12 partnerships that through interagency collaboration and integration of services, identify and serve pregnant women with known histories of substance use, pregnant women with current substance use, and mothers of substance-exposed infants. The OCAP's funded partners are: County of Stanislaus Health Services Agency, Epiphany Early Intervention Project, Fighting Back Partnership, First 5, Humboldt County, First 5 Yolo, Prototypes of Healthright 360, Roads Community Care Clinic, San Diego Indian Health Council, Shasta County Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council and Tuolumne County Department of Social Services.