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Coastal Community Action

Coastal Community Action, Inc. (CCA) is a 501(c)(3) corporation which has a very public mission. Incorporated in 1965, the agency came into being as part of a nationwide, federally-funded, community action movement whose focus is to intimately involve poor people in developing their own solutions to persistent poverty.

Our Services

Board of Directors


At CCA we have three different programs under Senior Services. Foster Grandparent, Retired & Senior Volunteer and the Senior Companion. 

Essential Single Family Rehabilitation Loan Pool Program


CCA has different housing services which include HUD Section 8 Rental Assistance, Weatherization Assistance, Essential Single Family Rehab Program and the Heating/Air Repair and Replacement Program.

Family & Children Program Overview

Family & Children's Services

CCA believes that healthy families are the solid foundation for the best early learning experiences in early childhood development.



September 30, 2021

Responsibilities include: The overall operation of a preschool classroom in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards and North Carolina Child Care Regulations. This includes planning,…

HVAC/Electrical Contractor Needed - Exhaust Fan Installations

May 14, 2021

Seeking HVAC/Electrical contractors to install exhaust fans for the Department of Energy, Weatherization Assistance Program. Installations must
meet all applicable code, permit and inspe…

Electricians and Plumbers Needed

May 14, 2021

Seeking Electricians and Plumbers. Contractors to perform work under the Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program on homes to
be weatherized in Beaufort, Carteret, Craven, D…


Our History

In 1964 the Economic Opportunity Act passed with a singular mandate — “to mobilize the human and economic resources of the Nation to combat poverty in the United States.”

Community Action Agency (CAA) goals were defined as “enabling low-income persons to achieve self-sufficiency; that poor people should be provided with opportunities where their efforts would facilitate moving into the mainstream of American life.” For the first time legislation not only defined the need for economic resources; it mandated participatory training to ensure involvement by low-income people in voicing their vision of the future. By the end of 1966, Community Action Agencies were forming nationwide, in both urban and rural areas, answering the call to the unconditional war on poverty.


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A common thread through all of our services, be they Family Services, Senior Services, or Housing Services, is that we help change lives by providing needed resources and support. Coastal Community Action, Inc. provides needed services to thousands of residents in our region annually.

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