Managing Coronavirus in Our Communities

Get agency program information, relevant resources, and general guidance for COVID-19. Plus, you can help make a difference in our communities right now by making a donation to the CAPNA Cares COVID-19 Fund.

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Community Needs and Resources Assessment

Community Surveys

The Community Action Partnership of North Alabama conducts a formal Community Needs and Resources Assessment (CNRA) every three years as directed by CSBG Organizational Standards. The CNRA is conducted by collecting data from our communities to determine the top six needs of individuals, families and communities. The input of experienced community members reveals where services are utilized and where service gaps exist, identifies the most valuable community resources and ultimately guides the strategic planning of the agency.

Community Survey (English)

Please help us better understand your needs and those of your family and community.

Encuesta de Necesidades para la Comunidad

Por favor ayúdenos a entender mejor las necesidades suyas y de su comunidad.

Early Childhood Education
Weatherization
Affordable Housing
Senior Companions
Utility Assistance
Foster Grandparents
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What We Do

Community Action Partnership of North Alabama is a leading non-profit partner organization in North Alabama that is committed to reducing or eliminating the causes and consequences of poverty for families and communities. This is achieved through various programs created by The Partnership, as well as through strategic partners with other non-profit organizations.

Our Mission

Community Action Partnership of North Alabama is a results-driven, non-profit business committed to reducing or eliminating the causes and consequences of poverty for families and communities in need through comprehensive services and strategic partnerships.

Our Services

Our programs meet the economic, educational, and health needs of the people in our communities.

Make An Appointment

Schedule your Energy Assistance or Children’s Services Application appointment online. 

Find a Career

Check out our job board for a career with one of North Alabama’s employers of choice.

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What People Say
"This organization has been a huge blessing to my family. The information and knowledge they share and bring to its families is really an asset. Our community really needs more of what they do to be known and for them to stay around.
Rhonda Dawson
"They are so good to help the elderly in the community. We need more organizations like this one."
Angie Williams
"The information Community Action shares will help you find a Head Start program in your area."
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Our Vision

As a unified comprehensive business, to be a premier and preferred service partner that creates opportunities resulting in thriving communities.

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Our friends Sargent Shriver Peace Institute remind us that during moments of human struggle we must remember our interdependence and act in a way that protects our most vulnerable sisters and brothers.

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From @NationalService, check out these 10 ways to savely help your community during COVID-19.

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Low-income households and those led by people of color already have higher energy burdens than those more well-to-do. A bigger share of their incomes goes to meet basic energy needs, w/costs even higher when living in housing that isn’t energy efficient.

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This animation from the @CDCgov provides tips for what to do when visiting friends and family with higher risk for severe illness.

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The North Alabama Medical Center is seeing more COVID-19 patients, but the staff has learned a lot since March about the most effective ways of treating them. https://www.waff.com/2020/07/07/shoals-hospitals-say-covid-caseload-increasing-still-well-managed/

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Contact Us

Phone: (256) 355-7843
Fax: (256) 355-7953

1909 Central Parkway Southwest
Decatur, AL 35601