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Linkages

The purpose of the Linkage Program is to provide customers with a well- rounded range of care. No one agency can meet all needs of a house hold, therefore, MCCAA has developed an extensive range of Community Partners and resources to help in meeting the needs of our customers.

Each MCCAA outreach office maintains a database of local resources and services available in their particular community.

For more information on the Linkage program, please contact your local MCCAA office.

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Action Agency Blog

14 August 2017
Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency
Public Announcement MID-CUMBERLAND COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY Board of Director’s Meeting Schedule 2017 -2018 Meetings held at 5pm at the MCCAA Corporate offices located at 233 Legends Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087           ...
10 July 2014
Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency
Community Action spends a lot of time focusing on poverty- it’s our job, it what we do. “How do we eradicate it?” “How do we help people to overcome the barriers that poverty presents?” “How do we give people a hand up out of poverty instead of a han...