To mobilize and coordinate public and private resources to address the basic needs of low-income people and assist them in attaining the skills, knowledge, motivation and opportunities needed to become economically self-sufficient.
RECAP is a private not for profit established in 1965 and is the designated anti-poverty agency in Orange County. We work with our community's most vulnerable populations including seniors, children, veterans, the homeless, the hungry, those living with HIV/AIDS, victims of domestic violence, people battling substance use disorder, and anyone struggling to make ends meet.
Our programs include Head Start, energy conservation and weatherization, nutrition and advocacy, supportive housing, substance use disorder treatment, employment readiness with Fresh Start Cafe, and Orange County Reentry.
Visit us at www.recap.org to learn more and keep up with us on social media!
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