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When a loved one falls into an opioid addiction, everyone around that person can be affected.
Mid-Atlantic States Career & Education Center’s (MASCEC) mission statement, “We Grow People®”, focuses on building effective community partnerships, improving the health and well-being of the individuals and families we serve, providing career and job skill development for disadvantaged and disabled workers, and creating a sustainable, stable community.
Thank you for Mid-Atlantic’s commitment to the welfare of our families and children. Thank you to your staff for their generosity, time and talent, especially during these difficult days. We have always been able to rely on Mid-Atlantic as a valued partner.
Thank you, Bea and Rich Patterson for your kind words. We are glad we are able to help.
“I can’t thank you enough for all your help during the Covid-19. Your company has given so much to our family. You also relieved my stress levels just by knowing you were there to help. Thank you again. I could not have made it through being laid-off without your help.”
Bea and Rich Patterson
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A criminal record shouldn’t be a permanent barrier to employment
It’s never too late to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma by preparing for and taking the General Educational Development Test through Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center’s GRAD Program.
Individuals with a psychiatric diagnosis sometimes need assistance obtaining and maintaining employment. Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center’s Supported Employment Program does just that.
FEMA has announced the availability of financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses for those who lost a loved one to COVID-19 after Jan. 20, 2020.