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Eliminating barriers to employment allow individuals to embark on sustainable pathways out of poverty.
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Education provides a gateway to a world of opportunities, and serves as a significant poverty-prevention intervention.
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Health & Wellness
A person’s well-being is determined by influences at multiple levels: personal, institutional, environmental and policy. Learn More
Communities centered around a quality environment, healthy neighborhood economies and active resident groups allow families to thrive.
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Our Mission
Maximizing self-sufficiency with families and individuals through high-quality programs and advocacy in our communities.

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MAAC/SEIU Local 221 Labor Agreement
View the labor agreement between MAAC and SEIU Local 221 for 2015-2018. 
View MAAC's 2013 - 2014 Annual Report UPDATED
Download our most recent Annual Report. 
September 4, 2014: Live the Wage San Diego!
Arnulfo takes on City Council President Todd Gloria’s “Live the Wage San Diego” challenge…read more
September 1, 2014: Request for Proposals
Q&A (Questions & Answers) posted for RFP #2014-03: Mental Health Services…read more
August 22, 2014: Request for Proposals
MAAC Child Development seeks a qualified partner for Mental Health Services…read more
July 1, 2014: Partnering with Border Angels
Donations and volunteers needed to support the unaccompanied child migrants being held in California. Click here for details.
2013 Community Needs Assessment
Download the 2013 Community Needs Assessment for the region served by MAAC Head Start.
Social News

School's out for summer! Today was the last day of the school year for MAAC's Child Development Program. Our kids are celebrating another awesome year of learning, growing, and preparing for their educational success!

Many of our program sites are now enrolling for the 2017-18 school year. If you're interested in enrolling your preschool age child at one of our centers, call MAAC at (760) 471-4210.

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Casa de Milagros, our recovery home for women, had the honor of hosting a few of San Diego's top Latina community leaders: Gladys Esponda, Vivian Moreno, and Caridad Sanchez, for an afternoon of coffee and inspirational conversation.

We are always so touched by the amazing stories of struggles and triumphs shared between our guests and residents at these coffee sessions. Thank you for your time and for supporting MAAC and Casa de Milagros!

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Congratulations to MAAC President/CEO, Arnulfo Manriquez, for being selected as a finalist for San Diego Business Journal's Most Admired CEO 2017! We are proud of your leadership and commitment to MAAC and the communities of San Diego. ...

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