I have a complaint about Coastal Community Action Program (CCAP). A judge gave "heavy credibility" to a statement written by their Long Beach case manager and ordered an unnecessary protection order against me. 

I have contacted the Aberdeen housing coordinator, CEO, CFO, and two program directors requesting we work together to have this unnecessary order rescinded and/or vacated. One director responded to me. I have requested on multiple occasions documentation of anything that would support the protection order. I made reasonable requests to work together on a review.

If CCAP does not come forth to rescind/vacate this order, it appears that they are condoning an egregious statement and they are wrong. I may need to pursue a legal remedy.

REBECCA MORALES

Long Beach

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