The Promise of Community Action
Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to help people help themselves and each other.
We envision the GCCA as a strong, united network of effective community action agencies, guided by excellence and integrity in the promotion of social and economic justice in the State of Georgia.
Become a member today and make a difference in the lives of Georgia residents.
Your source for regional training, technical assistance, partnership development and capacity building across the community action network.
SAVE THE DATE:
2021 GCAA Annual Training Conference
Hyatt Regency Savannah
July 12-16, 2021
Access the 2018 and 2019 GCAA
Training & Technical Assistance presentations.
Education is an essential tool to fight poverty..
We work with our agencies
to improve capacity building, Risk
Management and Collective Impact.
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Participants with low incomes in the CSBG Network employment initiatives obtained supports which reduced or eliminated barriers to initial or continuous employment, acquired a job, increased their income, or achieved “living wage” employment and benefits
Economic Asset Enhancement and Utilization
Households with low incomes increased their financial assets or financial skills.
Child and Family Development
Infants, children, youth, parents, and other adults participated in developmental or enrichment programs facilitated by the CSBG Network and achieved program goals.
Independent Living for Vulnerable Populations with Low Incomes
Vulnerable individuals with low incomes received services from the CSBG Network and secured or maintained an independent living situation as a result.
Participants with low incomes obtained supports which reduced or eliminated barriers to family stability through assistance from the CSBG Network.
Individuals and families with low incomes received emergency assistance from the CSBG Network.