Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence (MACC, Inc.) is a statewide organization committed to transforming systems through the implementation and sustainment of concepts related to cultural competence. We are a clearinghouse for training, resources, research, best practices, and collaboration.
We define cultural competence as a continuous learning process that builds knowledge, awareness, skills and capacity to identify, understand and respect the unique beliefs, values, customs, languages, abilities and traditions of all Ohioans in order to develop policies to promote effective programs and services.
We serve the state of Ohio and the nation, as a non-profit leader identifying barriers and offering and implementing solutions to health care access, employment, and equity in all sectors.
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- Mon, Jun 12Live Training via ZoomThis Training is FREE! 3 CEUs are Pending. Register via the REGISTRATION LINK AT THE PAGE BOTTOM (About the event).
- Thu, Jun 22Live Training via ZoomThis Training is FREE! 3 CEUs are Available. Register via the REGISTRATION LINK AT THE PAGE BOTTOM (About the event).
- Fri, Jun 23Online EventHIDDEN ADMINISTRATIVE CHALLENGES: Practical Strategies for Reducing Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice SystemUsing evidence-based best practices, MACC’s Equity Project Training series delivers informative and interactive workshops. Each module provides opportunities for participants to recognize the connectivity of systems that perpetuate racism and exacerbate equity issues in the criminal justice system.
- Fri, Jun 30Online EventPRIORITIZING SELF-CARE: Practical Strategies for Reducing Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice SystemUsing evidence-based best practices, MACC’s Equity Project Training series delivers informative & interactive workshops. Justice practitioners are often stressed, drained emotionally by their work, & risk burnout. This workshop offers strategies to cultivate resilience through intentional self-care.