Community Action Board
The Community Action Board (CAB) is the Citizen Advisory Board to the County of San Diego and the Health and Human Services Agency on Community Action Partnership (CAP) programs.
As required by the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Act, CAB is a tripartite board with board members representing three important sectors:
Economically Disadvantaged Sector: Residents representing economically disadvantaged communities throughout San Diego County. This sector consists of five members (and their alternates) nominated by CAB and confirmed by the Board of Supervisors as follows:
- East Region – 1 representative and 1 alternate
- North Central Region – 1 representative and 1 alternate
- North Region – 1 representative and 1 alternate
- South Region – 1 representative and 1 alternate
- Central Region – 1 representative and 1 alternate
Private Sector: Five members (and their alternates) nominated by CAB and confirmed by the Board of Supervisors to represent organizations working with low-income individuals, families and communities.
Public Sector: Five representatives nominated by a County Supervisor and confirmed by the Board of Supervisors.
Meetings: CAB meets monthly on the second Thursday from 3:30-5pm, except for May and December, in which the meeting is dark. Meetings are subject to the Brown Act and are open to the public.
Next Meeting: September 12, 2019
CAB Membership Application: Applications to CAB are retained for two-years to be considered in filling vacancies. When a vacancy occurs, or is about to occur, an ad hoc Nominating Committee is formed by current CAB members to review the application son file and coordinate interviews with those that best meet the criteria needed for the vacant seat. Applicants selected for consideration are contacted by staff from CAP to schedule an interview with the Nominating Committee. Individuals nominated by CAB must be confirmed by the Board of Supervisors prior to be seated.
HHSA policy HHSA-E-7
Additional Information: To learn more about CAB and other County of San Diego Boards, Commissions and Committees, please see the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors webpage. For more information about CAB, please call 619-338-2799.