The mission of CPES is to develop, sustain, and coordinate a comprehensive network of area service providers to support individuals and families of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
The vision of CPES is to equip and empower individuals and families to achieve and maintain stability and self-sufficiency.
The purpose of CPES is to provide a system for the delivery of coordination and development of services and the promotion of health equity for individuals and families through planning, education and advocacy..
Our Standing Committees
CPES works diligently to reach our vision and extend our mission and purpose through these standing committees in addition to many other community partnerships.COMMITTEE MEMBERSPROGRAM STANDARDS Coordinated Entry
Our ProgramsAdverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)Nurse-Family PartnershipMental Health First Aid Training
Community Partners of the Eastern Shore of Virginia has been hard at work since 1990 to PLAN, EDUCATE and ADVOCATE in the communities of the ESVA.
The original developers of the Eastern Shore Resource Directory is developed and maintained by the Accomack-Northampton Advisory Council (ANAC)
The Accomack-Northampton Advisory Council (ANAC) passed the Resource Directory over to the Community Assessment Resource Education Coalition (CARE) and merged their membership
The United Coalitions of the Eastern Shore is formed (UCES)
UCES Partners with Eastern Shore Continuum of Care/Homelessness Task Force (CoC)
Eastern Shore Continuum of Care/Homelessness Prevention Task Force (Balance of State Funding)
CoC merges with UCES and becomes Community Parnters of the Eastern Shore (CPES)
A collection of national and local hotlines, schools, government agencies, and civic organizations. The information is broken down into categories and alphabetized for easy reference. A comprehensive guide that includes all CPES member organizations.
In 2016, the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) committee completed the annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count to show how underserved the populations in our community are.
A pocket sized compilation of local substance use resources. This guide includes local pharmacies, inpatient facilities, safe medication disposal sites, and outpatient services.