Community Action Committee

Serving Danbury

66 North St
Danbury, CT 06810

Main (203) 744-4700

http://www.cacd-caa.org

Business Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Payment Accepted

Yes

Year Established: 1967

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Community Action Committee
66 North St, Danbury, CT | (203) 744-4700
Expires: 12/31/20

More about Community Action Committee

Community Action Committee of Danbury, Inc. (CACD) is a non-profit organization that offers a myriad of services to low-income families and individuals. The agency’s major source of funds is Federal, State, and local grants. CACD also receives sources of funds from private grants to supplement federal and state funding. As part of the national network of Community Action Agencies, CACD has a long history of helping low-income families and individuals overcome poverty and improve self-sufficiency. CACD was established in 1967 and has been providing service to the low-income people for more that forty years. The agency typically serves over 14,000 individuals on a yearly basis.
CACD serves 19 towns in Northern Fairfield and Litchfield Counties in Connecticut. Most of its client base comes from the eight towns that comprise of the Greater Danbury area (Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Redding, and Ridgefield). Nearly 90% of the population within the service delivery area lives in the eight towns that comprise of the Greater Danbury Area. The Towns in the Northern part of the territory are smaller and the populations are more widely dispersed. None of these towns has a population exceeding 10,000. Clients obtain access to services at CACD’s Danbury office, the Early Childcare Center, or the Hispanic Center of greater Danbury, Association of Religious Communities, and Danbury Youth Services. Clients in Towns outside Danbury locations clients obtain services through town social workers or municipal agents

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inkymia

New Milford, CT

#1 Apr 19, 2017
I recently needed to ask for help with my electric bill. I live in a old reconverted Victorian. I say reconverted but by that I mean they boarded up a couple doors installed a few more electric meters and v`oila. four apts. The point of that story was to stress the fact that I ran up a rather large bill having all those leaks and drafts. Of course its all electric here. OK back to CACD. They were a great group of people! I was treated with respect every step of the way. I seldom write any comments on line, but the gals I met there were just great
Brooklyn Bernie

New York, NY

#2 Apr 20, 2017
inkymia wrote:
I recently needed to ask for help with my electric bill. I live in a old reconverted Victorian. I say reconverted but by that I mean they boarded up a couple doors installed a few more electric meters and v`oila. four apts. The point of that story was to stress the fact that I ran up a rather large bill having all those leaks and drafts. Of course its all electric here. OK back to CACD. They were a great group of people! I was treated with respect every step of the way. I seldom write any comments on line, but the gals I met there were just great
Were you able to score a date with any of them?

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