As a result of the Governor’s Executive Order, the Tri-County Community Action Partnership (TCCAP) agency will be closed beginning Monday, March 30th, and will remain closed until Friday, April 10, 2020. 

EARLY HEAD START Serving pregnant women,
infants, toddlers, and caregivers,
aiming to support healthy child
development and strong
parent-child relationships.
EARLY HEAD START Child Care Partnerships Extends the Head Start education model to family
child care and child care center providers in the area.
HEAD START Provides early childhood preschool education to prepare the
child for kindergarten and provide family services to income
qualifying children and their families.
HOUSING SERVICES Programs that assist income qualified individualsand families in making homes more
energy efficient to reduce energy costs and improve livability.
FAMILY SERVICES Assists individuals in accessing MNsure
health insurance, SNAP food benefits,
emergency financial assistance, and other
assistance that can help individuals on the
path toward self-sufficiency.

Mission

Tri-County Community Action Partnership’s (TCCAP) mission is to engage the entire community to listen to and partner with low income individuals and families to expand their opportunities to move out of economic poverty and toward prosperity.

TCCAP is an anti-poverty community action agency dedicated to partnering with individuals, agencies, and businesses who share the agency’s mission to help stabilize economically struggling families while empowering individuals to develop affirmative relationships, build resiliency, recognize their full potential, and—ultimately—achieve self-sufficiency.

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 helping people help themselves and each other.”