Ohio RCAP receives state and federal funding under the following programs, which will pay for it's technical assistance to qualified communities.  Availability under each program is limited based on the funding received each year.  Communities that do not qualify for grant funded assistance can receive RCAP services for a fee covering its expenses.  RCAP is administered by the WSOS Community Action Commission, a 501(c)3 non-profit agency.  RCAP also specializes in a number of services not covered under these grants, such as asset management plas, rate studies, environmental reports and grant administration, for a fee covering its expenses.
Ohio EPA - Division of Drinking and Groundwater
Funds Ohio RCAP to assist community water systems, including mobile home parks, with populations under 10,000.  Services include project development, assistance with WSRLA funding applications and Capability Assurance Plans, and capacity development. Ohio EPA also funds RCAP to present a number of free training events each year, and develop self-paced on-line training courses.
Ohio Water Development Authority
Funds Ohio RCAP to assist communities facing financial difficulty that have outstanding loans, as well as develop and present 'Short Course' training to individual communities that are planning, designing or constructing water and wastewater projects, and other special projects.  OWDA helps supports RCAP's current effort to create a shared GIS service for small water and sewer utilities. 
US Department of Health and Human Services - Office of Community Services
Program seeks to improve the living conditions of rural poor by providing access to safe drinking water and sanitary wastewater treatment in communities under 10,000. 
US EPA Wastewater
Funds RCAP to provide outreach and on-site technical assistance to existing wastewater treatment systems in rural areas serving less than 3,300 people.  Technical assistance is intended to address compliance issues and build capacity.
US EPA Safe Drinking Water
Funds RCAP to help water systems that serve less than 3,300 customers to achieve compliance with federal drinking water standards under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
USDA - Rural Utilities Service - Technitrain Program
RCAP assists communities under 10,000 in the development and management of water and wastewater facilities. 
USDA - Rural Housing Service - Rural Community Development Initiatives Program
Funds RCAP to provide comprehensive development services to targeted rural communities, and GIS development programs for named communities.  
Appalachian Regional Commission and Governor's Office of Appalachia
Currently, RCAP has an ARC grant to help specific communities within the Ohio Mid-Eastern Governments Association (OMEGA) Development District with GIS program development.