We enourage the development of children by creating a climate of mutual respect, caring and trust. In our program, a child's individual development, culture and learning styles are affirmed and nurtured.
We provide an atmosphere of caring that will give the best opportunities for those with mental illness to reach their highest potential. The Mental Health Program is committed to advocating for our clients.
CAM safety net programs assist Marin families, seniors, and the disabled with emergency financial needs that are not covered by other assistance programs.
CAM’s economic development programs are designed to assist moderate to low income individuals and families reach self-sufficiency through financial literacy.
Community Action Marin Child Development has operated quality childcare centers for over 25 years. By serving over 600 children from low-income working families and employing over 80 staff, we contribute to Marin County's economic stability. In collaboration with County agencies we provide dental, vision and hearing screenings, referrals to social services and assessments for children with special needs.
Community Action Marin News
July 1, 2014
Sen. Richard Russell called it a work of “manifold evils.” Sen. Barry Goldwater called it a “threat to the very essence” of America. Rep. Howard Smith called it a “monstrous instrument of oppression.” It was the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and its “oppression,” “threat” and “evil,” at least in the eyes of those conservative men, were that it outlawed racial discrimination in public places.
Events & Fundraisers
CAM Day At The Pacifics
August 13, 2014
Join us for a day of fun as Community Action Marin and the San Rafael Pacific's Baseball Club present the first annual "CAM Day at the Pacific's". Food, raffles, music, great baseball, and much more. Tickets only $10. For additional info call 415-526-7500
Pre-Game Festivities 5:30 PM Game Begins 7:00 AM