for residents to be self‒reliant, healthy, free from economic hardship, feeling sustained by the support of community and family, and able to achieve their maximum potential as engaged citizens.
To help individuals in Amador and Tuolumne Counties toward self‒sufficiency.
To support local residents in becoming involved and contributing members of our community.
To promote family and other supportive environments so that children, youth and elders can achieve their maximum potential.
And, finally, to form partnerships and coalitions within the community to meet these needs.
All ATCAA services are free to eligible clients.
How are we doing? Find our latest Annual Report and more here.
Early Head Start (0-3) and Head Start preschools (3-4). Child development, in-home visits available, pregnancy support, parent support and education. Parent volunteer, job readiness and path to leadership opportunities. Bilingual services.