CACCI is the federally designated anti-poverty agency incorporated in 1965. A staff of professionals and volunteers provide services for approximately 19,000 low income families and individuals annually to prevent or reduce conditions that have become barriers to self-sufficiency. The Board of Directors consists of representatives from the public and private sectors and low income persons. Self Sufficiency Programs are: asset development programs, seasonal assistance, emergency needs pantry, homeless prevention services and pre-employment readiness training; case management services and information and referral all to promote self sufficiency. Other programs include: Public Health Insurance enrollment services; Immigrant Services; Child Care referral and financial assistance; Shelters for domestic violence victims and their children, and for homeless addicted adults; Homeless Outreach; Transitional Housing; Senior Programs.