Benton Franklin Community Action Committee (BFCAC or CAC) is a certified 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation, established in 1966 to assist low-income families and individuals to identify options and alternatives for self-sufficiency and independence by improving their chances for filling their employment, housing, and childcare needs.
BFCAC provides services under approximately forty-two (42) different contracts and networks with community partners to provide a wide variety of services and programs in Benton and Franklin Counties. Income eligibility, guidelines, age, residence, and geographical area requirements vary from program to program. Please visit the BFCAC website for more details.
BFCAC MISSION: “CAC will advocate for and offer individuals and families the tools that empower and support them in building a stable future in coordination with partner agencies.”
BFCAC VISION: “CAC’s goal to provide pathways out of poverty is achieved through the programs currently available and through the continuous development of innovative projects and programs for the future.”