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FAQs

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What is CSIP?

Community Services Insurance Program (CSIP) is a multi-line commercial insurance program designed for non-profit and social service agencies of all kinds.  Lines of coverage include Workers’ Compensation, Auto Liability including Physical Damage, General and Professional Liability including Sexual Abuse and Misconduct, and Excess Liability. 

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How does CSIP differ from FIT?

FIT is limited to Florida-based organizations while CSIP will be available nationwide.

FIT is a self-insurance trust. CSIP is a multi-line, standard market insurance product. CSIP is filed and approved with each State Insurance Departments. 

FIT eligibility contains certain governmental funding requirements. CSIP is available to all community-based organization, including non-profits and social service organizations (including for-profit service organizations).

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Does my organization qualify for CSIP?

CSIP is available to any community-based organization, including non-profits and social service organizations (including for-profit service organizations).

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What are the benefits of joining CSIP?

CSIP offers specialty coverages designed specifically for non-profit organizations at a competitive price.  Services include specialty claims and loss control support.

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How do I become an appointed CSIP agent or wholesaler partner?

Click here to connect with the team at Non-Profit Insurance Services for more details.

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Which states is CSIP available in?

CSIP is currently available in the following regions/states:

South/Southeast: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

New England/Northeast: Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

Midwest: Kansas

West/Southwest: Alaska, Arizona, California, and Colorado.

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