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Community Services Insurance Program (CSIP)

Specialized insurance coverages designed for non-profit and social service organizations.

Community Services Insurance Program (CSIP) is an insurance program that is available to non-profits and social service organizations in Florida, Georgia, Texas, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, and Louisiana. CSIP provides specialized insurance coverages specifically designed for social services operations while providing meaningful cost savings.

With CSIP, your organization can expect specialized claims and loss control services, premium savings, and most importantly – budget stability.

Lines of coverage currently include:

Workers' Compensation

  • Statutory Coverage
  • Employer’s Liability
General & Professional Liability
  • Special Events Coverage
  • Employee Benefits Liability
  • Host Liquor Liability
  • Separate Limit
  • Sexual/Physical Abuse or Molestation

Currently available in Florida only. Expanding to other states later in 2021.

Commercial Auto Liability

  • Combined Single Limit
  • Medical Payments
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists
  • PIP
  • Comprehensive/Collision
  • Hired/Non-Owned Liability

Currently available in Florida only. Expanding to other states later in 2021.

Excess Liability
  • Coverage above Professional/Sexual Abuse Limits

Currently available in Florida only. Expanding to other states later in 2021.

#1 Non-Profit & Social Service Insurance Provider in the Southeast Region!

One- Stop Shop Package Policy for Convenience & Affordability

Cost Savings & Stability in Pricing and Coverage


Customized for Non-profits & Social Service Organizations

Comprehensive All-lines Package Program

12-Equal Premium Installments Plan

Reinsuranced by A.M. Best A-rated Insurers

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