The FAIM program assists low-income working adults save money for Higher Education, Home Purchase, or to Start a Small Business.
The FSS program provides a financial incentive for families to become self-sufficient. The program is offered through a partnership between Tri-CAP and the St. Cloud HRA.
Tri-CAP can provide you with information about the State run Food Support Program and help you apply if needed. The County where you live administers this Program and will confirm with you if you qualify. Click here to download and complete an application. Make sure to check our "LINKS" page for additional Food Programs.
Tri-CAP’s Financial Fitness program will focus on people who are un-banked or under-banked, with the hope of getting them hooked into mainstream financial institutions and set up with savings accounts—thereby reducing or eliminating the use of pay day loans, pawnshops, check cashing places, etc.
WoMen Investigating New Goals and Solutions, (WINGS) is a pre-employment program for men and women who lack income due to death, divorce, separation, or the disability of a partner.
SOAR -- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Outreach, Access and RecoveryThe SOAR program is designed to assist people who are "homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless" or have received a diagnosis, or have a potential diagnosis under the “Mental Disorders” section of Social Security Administration’s disability evaluation; that are applying for Social Security Insurance (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Case workers provide an in-depth, step-by-step process making sure the client’s application is filled out correctly, helping to avoid determination delays for client eligibility. SOAR targets homeless families and individuals dealing with undiagnosed disabilities
Tri-CAP offers FREE TAX CLINICS to help lower-income individuals and families prepare their taxes. The program runs from mid February through mid April.