Mid-Cumberland
by the Numbers

2018 - 2019

Distributing Commodities

MCCAA hosts quarterly food distribution days for the general public who meet necessary guidelines.

0
Food Boxes
0
Pounds of Food
0
Community Members Fed
0

Total distributions

That’s nearly 25 per quarter!

Empowering Those In Need

Community Services Block Grant helps low income individuals & families become self-sufficient.

0
Community Members Assisted
0
Families
0
Children
0
Disabled Individuals

35 Homes Weatherized

Though the Weatherization Assistance Program, we helped to protect:

0
Children
0
Seniors
0
Disabled Individuals

Assisting with Utility Costs

Through Low Income Home Energy Assistance initiatives, individuals and families are able to afford their utility bills.

0
Community
Members Assisted
0
Families
0
Children
0
Seniors
0
Disabled Individuals

Serving Our Community's Children

MCCAA supports children through Early Head Start Child Care Partnership, Early Head Start, and Head Start Programs.

0
Children receiving immunizations
0
Children with a Medical Home
0
Children with a Dental Home
0
Children with an IEP receiving special education or related services
0
Children received Nutrition Services
0
Children served through Early Head Start Childcare Partnership
0 %
With a Medical Home
0 %
With a Dental Home
0 %
Utilized IEP Related Services
0 %
Received Immunizations
0 %
Received Nutrition Services
0
Children served through
Early Head Start
0 %
With a Medical Home
0 %
With A Dental Home
0 %
Utilized IEP Related Services
0 %
Received Immunizations
0 %
Received Nutrition Services
0
Children served through
Head Start
0 %
With a Medical Home
0 %
With A Dental Home
0 %
Utilized IEP
Related Services
0 %
Received Nutrition Services