Call us for information about the Earned Income Tax Credit.
We are looking for people who believe what we believe.
The MCT team believes lives are transformed through the discovery of and connection with individual strengths. MCT’s strategies are a strengths-based approach to advancing individuals and teams toward their goals.
Enriching the lives of individuals and families through positive connections with their strengths. We believe in building a strengths-focused environment and teaching life skills in order to achieve your full potential. MCT’s services are a strengths-based approach to advancing you toward your goals. Are you ready to discover your strengths and build upon them?
Our services include counseling for youth and their families and parenting classes. MCT conducts community outreach presentations providing information about mental health. We also offer professional development opportunities through Toastmasters and our quarterly visionary event MCT100.
Are you ready to build upon your personal and professional goals and work to bring them to the next level?
If you feel you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline, at 1.800.273.TALK (8255). Your call will be routed to the crisis center nearest to you. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Classes are available online or in-person on a variety of topics, including childbirth courses and parenting during a pandemic.
We offer counseling services for school-age children, students, and their families, providing assistance with any difficulties related to mental health and more.
A quarterly event to share the vision of MCT, raise awareness about human trafficking, teach leadership principles, and connect with those who believe what we believe.
An internationally known club that teaches public speaking, communication, and leadership skills.
We are passionate about reducing human trafficking through awareness-raising seminars.
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