NENCAP’s food and nutrition programs provide healthy foods and nutrition education at no cost to clients. Current programs include: Women, Infants and Children (WIC); Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) and food pantries.
NENCAP is committed to the development of safe and affordable housing within our 14 county service area. Current programs include rent and utility assistance, and a weatherization program offering home-improvement services to increase energy efficiency.
NENCAP's support services enhance the client’s ability to become independent and self-reliant. Programs include: Emergency Assistance; Budgeting and Financial Literacy; Case Management; Income tax preparation and more.
NENCAP's health services include Early Development Network; Healthy Families, and Immunizations, ensuring all clients receive the support, knowledge and skills to create a healthy environment from infancy through adulthood.
NENCAP’s education services offer early childhood education programs which provide comprehensive child development and family support services to eligible families with children from birth to kindergarten.