Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project
Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project, Inc. is a nonprofit organization focused on improving the quality of life for people living in the Southeast United States by bringing safe drinking water to low-income rural residents, sanitary water disposal, and structurally sound housing to 450,000+ households across a seven state region. SERCAP provides a wide array of resources and tools for communities, including:
Technical Assistance for Community Water/Wastewater Systems and Communities: Community planning program that delivers technical expertise and training support to elected officials and government leaders as they plan for their community’s long-term water, wastewater and housing success
Water/Wastewater Operator and Management Training: Training program that delivers technical assistance and training to rural community and utility leaders so that they meet and maintain compliance with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies and strengthen utility infrastructure efficiency and sustainability
Facilities Development Grant Program: Grant program that provides grant funds for community development projects focused on water and wastewater infrastructure projects
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