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HACAP Corporate Office
P.O. Box 490
1515 Hawkeye Drive
Hiawatha, Iowa 52233
(319) 393-7811

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Assessment and Resolution Energy Counseling
HACAP’s Assessment and Resolution Energy Counseling program (A&R Program) is established in order to provide energy efficiency education, budget counseling and incentives for qualified households.
CACFP - Homes
Nutritious meals are a fundamental need for all people, especially for growing children. Good nutrition promotes age-specific development and learning. It provides children with the building blocks necessary for maturation.
Child Care Nurse Consultant
Child Care Nurse Consultant provides health and safety consultation and technical assistance to child care providers.
Crisis Child Care
Crisis Child Care offers safe shelter for children in during times of family crisis. Care is provided in the homes of experienced and trained providers.
Embrace Iowa
Embrace Iowa is an annual program that provides a benefit for up to $500 for emergency relief. Relief is awarded between December 15th and January 15th.
Energy Assistance
Energy Assistance program provides energy crisis and bill payment assistance to elderly, disabled and low-income households.
Family and Community Health Alliance
HACAP understands the importance of meeting health and nutritional needs during critical times of developmental growth. We provide a variety of services for maternal, infant and child health.
Family Connections Library
Family Connections Library is a collaboration of multiple agencies and programs working together to promote early learning and healthy development in young children, by making early childhood support and family stability resources readily available for families and caregivers at the Cedar Rapids Public Library.
Food Reservoir
As a member of America's Second Harvest, the Nation's Food Bank Network, the HACAP Food Reservoir channels donated products to area soup kitchens, pantries, senior & child care centers, drug & alcohol centers and other non-profit food programs that feed the needy.
Head Start
HACAP focuses on early child development to provide essential resources to children during a critical time of growth.
Homeless Children's Trust
The Homeless Children's Trust, organized and run by volunteers, provides temporary assistance to homeless children in order to minimize the risks of educational and social failure associated with homelessness.
Lead-based Paint Services
According to the CDC lead poisoning is one of the most preventable child health problems today. HACAP's state certified inspectors can provide you with services to know if and where your home has lead-based paint concerns.
Paces to Quality
Paces to Quality is committed to improving the availability of quality child care in the communities we serve. We work with preschools, child care centers and development homes to help providers improve their businesses and the children's experiences.
Permanent Housing
HACAP manages a number of apartments and single-family dwellings for low-income families with children in the Linn county area.
Permanent Housing for Chronically Homeless Individuals
This program is designed to provide safe long-term housing for homeless individuals currently living in places not designed for human habitation.
Rural Senior Services
HACAP Senior Services currently provides meals, medical information, medical equipment loans and some property maintenance services for residents of Benton County sixty or more years of age.
Senior Employment Services
HACAP works with seniors interested in retooling their job skills and training through the Senior Internship Program (SIP) to foster their economic self-sufficiency, and enjoy the benefits of unsubsidized employment in the private or public sector.
Transitional Housing
The program offers support services to families to assist them toward their goal of self-sufficiency and establishing a permanent housing situation for them and their families.
The Weatherization Assistance Program works to reduce personal utility costs by improving the housing stock of low-income individuals and families.
Weatherization Statewide Training Program
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Statewide Weatherization Crew and Contractor Training Program, provides Weatherization crews and contractors training on basic Weatherization techniques. The training program is based upon the Iowa Weatherization Work standards and is designed as a café program which can be customized to include individual components or taken in its entirety.
WIC is a public health program that serves pregnant and postpartum women, and children under the age of five. WIC provides nutritious foods, nutrition education, and referrals to other health-care agencies.

HACAP Corporate Office

P.O. Box 490
1515 Hawkeye Drive
Hiawatha, Iowa 52233
(319) 393-7811
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