About

Originally part of the War on Poverty, Licking Valley Community Action Program was founded in 1965 to alleviate poverty, empower low income families to succeed, and make our community and region stronger. Since those early days, the agency has grown in service offerings, capacity, and performance. With about 185 staff and 16 locations throughout the five county area that includes Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason and Robertson counties, LVCAP is an important part of the fabric of the region.

Our Mission

Licking Valley Community Action Program provides low income families with developmental, supportive, access, and financial assistance services that foster dignity, responsibility, and opportunity and lead toward self-reliance.

Licking Valley Community Action Program is funded, in part, under a contract with the Cabinet of Families and Children and the Department of Health and Human Services.