Location Re-Opening Information
During these uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic taking place across the county, Northern Kentucky CAC is committed to the health and safety of the families we serve and that of our staff members. While it has been necessary to make some changes in our daily...
Black Owned Business Town Hall
Join us for a Northern Kentucky Black Owned Business Town Hall. Presented by Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, the Covington Business Council, and the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. September 15, 2020 at 5:30 pm. To register, please go...
LIHEAP Crisis Program Helps Families Thrive in Their Everyday Lives
ENROLLMENT PERIOD EXTENDED FOR CRISIS COMPONENT OF ITS LOW-INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LIHEAP) Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission has additional resources available in 2019 to assist families with their utility bills. Northern Kentucky CAC...
SUPPORTING the CREATION of SAFE and AFFORDABLE COMMUNITIES
Our 2020-2021 Biannual Report can be accessed HERE
From Surviving to Thriving: NKCAC 2018 – 2022 Strategic Plan
NKCAC Infographic 2021-2022 – Click HERE
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HELP DEVELOP EMPATHY in your ORGANIZATION
The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission’s Poverty Simulation is a unique experience designed to help your group or organization develop empathy for the thousands of families experiencing poverty in the United States today. By role-playing as families and individuals living in poverty and navigating situations that these individuals and families experience daily, participants are exposed to experiences that may be unfamiliar and uncomfortable for them.
The Poverty Simulation is not a game. It is an experience that allows participants to experience a month in poverty by role-playing through specific scenarios designed to mirror the struggles thousands of families and individuals experience every single day. Participants must navigate various social services for assistance, attend work or school, and care for their family members – all in a limited amount of time.
If you’re interested in learning more about our Poverty Simulation program or scheduling a session for your group or organization, please contact us HERE