Scott Carver Dakota CAP Agency, Inc.
The CAP Agency assists and empowers people to achieve social and economic well being by providing services in partnership with our communities.
Review Completed: 9/2/2010
712 Canterbury Rd. So.
Shakopee, MN 55379
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||Carolina Bradpiece, Executive Director
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
The CAP Agency provided services to over 42,000 individuals in Scott, Carver, and Dakota during its most recent fiscal year.
CAP provided on-going affordable housing for approximately 200 persons as well as serving additional households with homeless prevention services. Nearly 7,000 households received assistance in paying for their energy bills in addition to 160 families receiving weatherization services. Conservation Improvement programs and emergency furnace repairs helped households reduce energy costs and improve safety.
Food Shelves provided a five-day supply of nutritionally balanced food to over 1,000 households each month. Nearly $1,700,000 in food vouchers was distributed to at-risk women and children along with nutrition education. Area seniors received over 120,000 meals through Congregate Dining and Home Delivered Meals.
More than $200,000 in vouchers were distributed for car repair, fuel, housing and rent assistance, medical care and prescription drugs.
586 preschool children received Head Start services resulting in an average proficiency increase from 21% to 65% in English language, math, arts, literacy, science, social/emotional maturity and physical development.
Healthy Families Home Visiting program provides parenting support to first-time parents facing significant life stressors. Documented program results revealed a significant difference in confirmed child abuse cases for families served in this program.
Chore volunteers donated 2,741 hours to help with home maintenance for older adults so they can live independently in their own homes.
The FAIM (Family Assets in Minnesota) program distributed almost $18,000 in matching funds to participants for post-secondary education or first-time home ownership.
The Goals of the CAP Agency are:
? To develop services and benefits appropriate to the existing and emerging human service needs of residents of Scott, Carver, and Dakota counties
? To assist families and individuals in developing and implementing plans to achieve self-sufficiency
? To affect public perception of the issues facing families and individuals in poverty
? To mobilize communities to respond to the needs of their residents
? To develop and strengthen working relationships with other organizations and service providers to enhance our collective ability to address the issues of poverty and affect systems change
? To possess sufficient human, financial, and technical resources to maximize the strength of the agency and its ability to fulfill its mission
Community or Constituency Served
The CAP Agency primarily serves low-income residents of Scott, Carver, and Dakota counties in Minnesota. Additionally, the agency provides a limited number of services that are not income-based such as Senior Dining.
Geographic Area Served
Scott, Carver, and Dakota counties in Minnesota
Impact and Programs
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|Based on information provided on 2009 to 2011