Helping Residents Live Their Lives

 

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TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE... 

2017 SENIOR LIVING CONFERENCE MAY 17


  

 


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Serving three local counties

for more than 50 years

 

 
NEWS
May Menus Now On Line 2017 Senior Living Conference
Head Start Taking Applications Like Us on Facebook 
Community Action Month Proclamation Food Pantry Gets a Boost
 

 
EVENTS (all times local)
Foot Clinic (call for appointment))
Escanaba Senior Center (map)
Monday, (786-8850)
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Crafts with Kellie
Mid-County Senior Center (map)
Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. (753-6986)
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CSFP Food Distribution
Gladstone Senior Center (map)
Wednesday, 8:30-9:30 a.m., (428-2201)
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Craft Day
Escanaba Senior Center (map)
Wednesday, 10 a.m. (786-8850)
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Brunch (menu)
Gladstone Senior Center (map)
Friday, noon (428-2201)
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Foot Clinic (call for appointment)
Mid-County Senior Center (map)
MAY 8, call for appointment. (753-6986)
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Blood Pressure Clinic
Gladstone Senior Center (map)
MAY 9, 11 a.m. (428-2201)
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Blood Pressure Screening
Escanaba Senior Center (map)
MAY 9, 11-noon (786-8850)

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For the past 52 years, the Community Action Agency has adapted to meet seemingly endless challenges in an effort to negate the causes and symptoms of poverty. Residents of Menominee, Delta and Schoolcraft Counties can be assured our agency will continue to evolve to respond to our communities' ever-changing needs.
 
As you explore this Web site, we hope you get some sense that everyone at MDSCAA works diligently to give local residents...
 
...from children and young families coming to grips with early education  to senior citizens who receive our meals to assisting those who find it difficult to pay for utilities (just to name a few of our programs)... 
 
...every opportunity to grow and succeed.
 
Please contact us if you or someone you know qualifies for any of the services provided by MDSCAA. Call 786-7080 in Escanaba, 341-2452 in Manistique or 863-3042 in Menominee to make an appointment. Be aware many of our programs require you to first apply through the Department of Human Services. You may also e-mail clientservices@mdscaa.org

                                              

Mission Statement
 
Empower and assist people to improve and sustain their quality of life through nurturing, education, housing, nutrition, volunteerism, in-home/support services and advocacy.

 


CAA and HRA are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, family/parental status, income derived from a public assistance program, political beliefs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity.
MDSCAA Title VI Coordinator is Cathy Pearson Email Cathy