Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence, Inc. (MACC)
MACC is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit statewide membership organization. A fourteen-member board of directors governs the organization. Board members represent consumers, consumer family members, advocates, behavioral health professionals, and other human service disciplines that care for vulnerable populations and are nominated and elected by the membership committee.
The organization has worked for years to eliminate disparities/inequities in behavioral/physical health, social services and other systems of care among racial, ethnic and cultural communities. MACC continues to host a yearly statewide training conference and annual meeting, regional lectures/trainings, and maintains a Resource Library and online calendar of cultural trainings, events and research conferences. We also provide technical assistance and cultural audits to assist organizations and individuals on their road to cultural proficiency.