Social programs /ˈsōSHəl/ˈprōˌɡram/ organized work intended to advance the social conditions of a community. Oftentimes, work is in the form of services addressing poverty, improving economic opportunities for low-income youth and adults, or other services directed toward vulnerable citizens. Our CFI social programs are specifically designed with and for nonprofits providing services in self-sufficiency, rehabilitation, re-entry and intellectual and developmentally disabled populations. We provide therapeutic farms, skill-training and social integration programs for individuals and groups across our community. Curious to learn more? Contact us to explore how we can support your programming!