New Attitudes Educational Program

MadCAAP offers classes for women and men with children that cover a wide variety of topics designed to assist clients in moving their families out of poverty.  As a result of attending 12 hours of educational classes, parents qualify their children to receive school supplies and uniforms through the Spring session and to be helped through our Holiday Adopt A Child Program in the Fall session of classes.  Tutoring is a new addition to our educational program.

Financial Peace & Computer Literacy, Emotional Health, Nutrition & Healthy Cooking, Parenting, CPR, Diabetes

In 2017 a tutoring program for children and teens has been added.  It meets on Tuesday afternoons. Contact Deborah at to volunteer.

Spring Classes Began in February

Classes provide information that can help clients make better life choices while qualifying their children to receive uniforms and school supplies. A speaker on Kidney disease encouraged clients to attend a free screening at Jackson Medical Mall & several clients took advantage of this screening and 2 clients discovered that they have some serious concerns.  Making a difference is what it’s all about!