In the wake of the nationwide civil unrest caused by the death of George Floyd, we want to share an important message denouncing all racism, injustice, and violence.
Racism, injustice and violence have no place in our society and cannot be tolerated. Yet we continue to be unable to make enough progress in this country — so at this moment it is critical to step back, face the hard subjects and try to reflect. At CCAP, we aspire to build better lives for all of us. We strive to have a diverse employee population and recognize that only by interacting with,...Learn More
CCAP’s Cranston Child Development Center’s Head Start Program is kicking off its annual recruitment drive for the 2020-2021 school year!
For over 50 years, Comprehensive Community Action Program has provided safe, nurturing and reliable early education services through the Head Start and Early Head Start programs. We are NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS! Click HERE to apply. Head Start / Early Head Start provides a FREE comprehensive developmentally appropriate early education experience for children ages birth to five, including...Learn More
CCAP Family Health Services in Cranston opens to the general public, an appointment only drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Clinic
CCAP Family Health Services will open to the general public an appointment-only COVID-19 drive-thru testing site in the parking lot at their 1090 Cranston Street, Health Center starting Monday, May 4, 2020. “We know that there is a great demand for COVID-19 testing and we have been testing our patients as needed at our health center; however, we realize that people who are not our patients...Learn More
A HUGE THANK YOU to Robert Kraft, The Kraft Family Foundation, The New England Patriots and New England Revolutions!!
CCAP wishes to thank Robert Kraft, The Kraft Family Foundation, The New England Patriots and New England Revolutions for their generosity!! Today CCAP’s Food Bank received 7 pallets of much needed fruit, vegetables, and packaged goods from Gillette Stadium! Thank you to everyone who has come out and supported CCAP COVID-19 Emergency Food Drive, we are a seeing an unprecedented number of our...Learn More
CCAP is seeking donations of nonperishable food, paper goods and cleaning supplies to keep its shelves stocked The Comprehensive Community Action Program, or CCAP, is asking the community to help stock its shelves with food and other goods as need rises due to the COVID-19 crisis. “No one should go hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Lee Beliveau, CCAP’s vice president of...Learn More
by CCAPApril 1, 2020 Community, COVID-19, Cranston, Giving, Parenting and Families, Pawtucket, Providence, Warwick0 comments
As you’re well aware, we find ourselves in an unprecedented health emergency that has impacted our very way of life and left no part of the globe untouched. At its core, the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic presents unique challenges to the health care system that we have never faced before. Our dedicated and commitment staff continue to remain on the front lines of this health crisis...Learn More
by CCAPMarch 19, 2020 Community, Cranston, Education, Parenting and Families, Pawtucket, Providence, Teens, Warwick0 comments
Because the safety of our community and staff are our priority, Comprehensive Community Action remains open to serve the needs of our community. We continue to follow the guidance of the CDC and the RI Department of Health. As information is updated, we will adjust our workflow and access as appropriate. Staff who are able will be working from home when feasible. Our goal is to have as...Learn More