Why MCCSA Exists

We exist to make our vision become your reality!

To provide services and opportunities for low income individuals and families to become self-sufficient with the support of community partners and stakeholders. By doing so, we take a whole-house approach to address barriers such as income management, education, employment and other barriers that prohibits self-sufficiency. Our desired outcome is that households become independent of our services due to the support of MCCSA.
Our Inroductions

The Promise of Community Action

Community Action changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

Our Purpose

To serve as the legal entity whereby the community may organize itself, mobilize its resources to combat poverty and the related problems of the poor, including employment, education, housing, nutrition, emergency services, income management and economic development as a charitable organization.

Our Programs

helps keep families safe and healthy through initiatives that assist families with energy costs. We provide federally funded assistance in managing costs associated with home energy-related minor home repairs. LIHEAP can help you stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer through programs that reduce the risk of health and safety problems that arise from unsafe heating and cooling practices. 

authorizes authorities the specific services administered through this federal block grant program, which is the cornerstone of family based services offered by MCCSA. Through case management, CSBG assists in solving real-life problems by enabling families to attain self-sufficiency. By addressing problems in the areas of employment, education, health, housing, nutrition, and income management, the program serves a broad segment of the MCCSA target population ranging from adolescents to the elderly.

is to increase the energy efficiency of homes  for low-income people-primarily the elderly, disabled, and families with children. The program reduces heating and cooling cost while improving the health and safety of its clients. Applicants must meet federal poverty guidelines to be eligible for assistance. A technician conducts an energy audit on single-family, multi-family, or mobile home dwellings. Diagnostic equipment is used to identify air infiltration imbalances and areas of heat loss. Technicians also evaluate related health and safety conditions, such as carbon monoxide hazards, gas leaks, or moisture problems. Weatherization crews install the most cost effective energy efficient measures, based on the results of the energy audit

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Our Impact