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Summer 2018 Newsletter – Tennessee Association of Community Action

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TACA Newsletter – Summer 2018
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TACA Annual Training Conference 2018

The Tennessee Association of Community Action held its Annual Training Conference April 30 - May 2...More than 150 Community Action professionals representing the state's 20 CAAs attended the annual training event.  In addition to Performance Management, Finance, Social Security, Governance, Re-Entry (for formerly incarcerated), Housing and Economic Development, 2-Generational Approaches, Client Interviewing Techniques, and Communications, sessions were also held on Sexual Harassment Prevention and the Opioid Crisis Response...

Community Action Month!

Tennessee's Agencies were honored to have Denise Harlow, CEO of the Community Action Partnership join them in kicking off Community Action Month...

Tennessee at Work on 2Gen/Whole Family Approach

The work done at Metropolitan Action Commission and the state of Tennessee on 2Generation/Whole Family support for families was greatly strengthened by participation in the Community Action Partnership's Whole Family Approach Institute...

Partnership with Medical Mission at Home

The MCCAA Rutherford County office partnered with St. Thomas Health’s Medical Missions at Home on April 28 at Holloway High School in Murfreesboro.  Created as a project of the Ascension Health Leadership Formation Program, these day long community health events provide needed primary and specialty care and services including behavioral medicine, dentistry (pediatric and adult), foot and wound care, mammograms, prescriptions at no cost made possible by Dispensary of Hope, and vision service...

More Items

  • Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency received a generous grant from the East Tennesee Foundation to purchase air conditioners for elderly and disabled persons in need...
  • Southeast Tennessee Human Resource Agency CASA thanks everyone who supported the Rodeo! All proceeds go the SETHRA CASA in helping support their mission to advocate for neglected and abused children in the community
  • Congratulations to New Tennessee ROMA Trainers!

Upcoming Events

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