CCAP is the voice of Pennsylvania counties. If you are new to CCAPs Membership or to Pennsylvania local government or just want more information about what we do, you have come to the right place! Our membership represents each of the 67 Pennsylvania County's' elected officials, but CCAP's outreach extends to legislators, the public, private business and others. We have many programs and services that offer specific solutions that are geared to Pennsylvania county government. CCAP is a vital partner in helping Pennsylvania counties deliver critical programs and services to residents.
Our legislative platform and annual priorities guide the organization's successes. We also hold conference calls, schedule webinars, and publish e-newsletters and Calls to Action while coordinating efforts with members and encouraging participation in grassroots advocacy efforts. Join a CCAP committee and learn form the best!
Starting in 1980 with the CCAP UC Trust, counties directed CCAP staff to provide services, coverage and training which the traditional insurance market no longer offered. Tailored to the specific needs and risks of Pennsylvania counties, all of our programs are owned and governed by the members they insure.
We have four major conferences each year, along with over 40 educational workshops, and opportunities for county members through various program and service offerings.
We provide responsive, high-quality, innovative and cost-effective technology services and solutions through leadership, collaboration, innovation and a transformative approach.
The County News magazine, Legislative Bulletin, CCAP Update, Insurance Matters, Annual Report and many more publications provide timely, accurate information to make counties' jobs a little easier
CCAP has eight Affilliate Associations that provide services that cover assessment, planning, mental health, drug and alchohol, health care, children and youth and human resources.