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800 2nd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
Metro Action hosts annual graduation for GED students and the 2nd cohort of workforce development participants that earned nationally recognized credentials in Information Technology and child care.
Mayor Barry and Nashville Predator Ryan Johansen joined Dr. Cynthia Croom to celebrate the beginning of the city's first Mobile diner for youth.
Mayor Barry joins Agency Director Cynthia Croom aboard one of four mobile diners bringing meals to youth in communities in hard to reach areas.
Community Action Resource Day showcases all programs and employment opportunities within the agency. Visit our web page for a complete list of employment and programs available at the event.
MAC TV features the work MAC does as well their partners to eliminate poverty in Nashville and Davidson County. MAC TV airs on Mondays at 8pm (central).
Our Head Start and Early Head Start program is a free early education program for children birth to 5. Pre-school services also include transportation and extended care. 615-862-8860, Ext. 70140
Metro Action received approval last week to begin the new program year on July 1 instead of October 1. This means families are able to apply or re-apply for help sooner.
The Adult Education New Student Orientation is every first Thursday of each month at 8am at the Metro Action main location, 800 2nd Avenue North. Call us today to enroll. 615-862-8860, ext. 70135.
The Metropolitan Action Commission changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities and makes Nashville and Davidson County a better place to live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in our Community-one child, one person, one family at a time
2016-17 Energy Assistance Application (electricity, natural gas, propane or other energy supplier) July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017. If you to not have income, please complete the Statement of Support also. Important: Make sure you have your 12 month billing history from your energy supplier when submitting your application
More information about utility assistance
View the programs that help with utility assistance, rent, mortgage, deposits, prescriptions, property taxes and other household expenses.
Head Start Enrollment Inquiry
View Employment Opportunities
Download an Employment application
For ADA Accommodations contact Rickie Carr McQueen at (615) 862-8860, Ext. 70103
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