The Community Planning & Advocacy Council convenes the community to plan around specific target populations and systems coordination; conducts procurement processes for local, state and federal government funds; provides continuous quality improvement through monitoring and evaluation of funded services and data management information systems. As an independent 501©3 non-profit organization which plans, advocates and coordinates the County’s human services programs, CPAC works with over 300 social service agencies, health agencies, and numerous public and private organizations. CPAC serves as a catalyst in addressing area social problems and creates solutions that meet community needs.
The Camden County Covenant for Children, Youth and Families
The Camden County Covenant for Children, Youth and Families is a framework within which the County and its Partners are collaborating efforts to meet the goals within Early Childhood Success, Positive Youth Development and Strong Families/Strong Communities. These efforts coordinate resources, information and opportunities for children to reach their full potential as responsible and productive members of their community.
Retired Senior Volunteer Program
The Retired Senior Volunteer Program helps identify meaningful volunteer opportunities that will allow persons of retirement age to participate more fully in their community through volunteer service.