At WOCAP, we open paths to self-sufficiency and empowerment for individuals and families to enhance our community.

With pride in service and a commitment to excellence, WOCAP provides opportunities for individuals and families to reach their highest potential by providing stepping stones to success.

We offer prenatal care to Head Start programs that care for children from a healthy pregnancy to early development and ultimately a more successful learning path.

WOCAP works with Teens and Young Adults striving to reach further and accomplish more we have GED programs, Workshops for achievement and help in setting and realizing goals.

For families and elderly in need of assistance we offer E-HEAP and PIPP to ensure that basic heat and power are provided.

In addition to those programs, we have a technology center available for those needing access to a computer as well as reaching out to fathers who want to learn to better nurture their children.

Through all of these programs and many, many more we strive to help those who need a hand up to bettering their situation.

Over the years West Ohio CAP programming has grown to include: COLT Transportation, Home Energy Assistance (HEAP), Emergency Assistance (FEMA/EFSP), Homeownership/Down Payment Assistance (First Home Lima), Fair Housing, Community Technology Center, Head Start, Early Head Start, State Preschool, Nurturing Fathers, Rx/AIM Prescription Assistance, Financial Literacy, Homeless Prevention Services (HCRP),steps to Success, and Kindergarten Kamp.

WOCAP has been involved with establishing and nurturing many initiatives that have grown to become successful non-profit programs in the community, such as the federally qualified health clinic, now the Dr. Gene Wright Health Center; family violence prevention which is now Partnership for Violence Free Families; and minority health.