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Community Action Board (CAB)

The Los Angeles County Community Action Board (CAB) was created by Board Order No. 107 on December 18, 1979 to serve as an advisory board for the anti-poverty services and the agencies funded with the County’s Community Services Block Grant (CSBG).  The CAB is a fifteen (15) member board representing the public, low income and private sectors of the community. VISION STATEMENT: To empower the poor to become self-sufficient, alleviate poverty’s immediate challenges, and address poverty’s underlying causes through community action and advocacy.

MISSION STATEMENT: To 1) enable the poor to become self-sufficient, 2) ease existing poverty’s challenges, and 3) address poverty's primary causes through community action and support.

By Clicking on the below you will see more information on the CAB:

CAB Roster and Support Staff

2024 CAB Meeting Calendar

Previous CAB Meeting Agendas


When is the next CAB Meeting?

Make a Difference, Join the CAB!
Individuals in a Meeting


An individual must be at least 18 years of age;

Not be an employee of the County of Los Angeles;

Or be an employee or immediate relative of a CSBG-funded agency and,

Not be the recipient of any grants or contracts from DPSS or the County of Los Angeles.

If you would like to apply, please Click on any of the below:


CAB Low-Income Sector Application

CAB Private Sector Application

For more information on the CAB, please feel free to contact us at:

Department of Public Social Services

Community Services Block Grant Program

Community Action Board

12860 Crossroads Parkway South

City of Industry, CA 91746

Tel: (562) 908-6327