CMCA's Theory of Change is based on the idea that when families succeed in the areas of family well-being, economic stability, and social connections, they are more likely to be resilient and to become self-sufficient. CMCA's approach to service delivery incorporates this theory through internal collaboration, allowing a family to receive multiple services to support them on their path to self-sufficiency. Data indicates the percentage of members receiving multiple CMCA services.
CMCA's Theory of Change is embedded into all aspects of our work. When families have a strong sense of family well-being, have built social connections, and experience economic stability, they become resilient to the ups and downs of life. These families are more likely to become self-sufficient, positively impacting their own lives and the communities in which they live.