Mission and Values

At CAPMC, we believe employees are the key to our success. As a Children reaching up
social services Agency, we are here to provide exceptional service
in a trustworthy, respectful, fair, and caring manner. We are committed to finding the ultimate solutions for poverty while working effectively with local officials, the private sector, and representatives from low-income target areas.

Our Mission

Helping people, changing lives and making our community a better place to live by providing resources and services that inspire personal growth and independence.

Our Vision

By 2015, CAPMC will be recognized as a premier social service agency that eliminates the effects of poverty by helping people obtain the knowledge and skills to achieve self-reliance and economic stability…one life at a time.

Our Values

CAPMC Core Values represent who we are. They provide, without question, the standard of behavior by which we conduct business. These values are the heart, soul, and charge of CAPMC. Our Core Values dictate how we treat each other, how we deal with our customers, how we respond to our stakeholders, and how we hold others and ourselves accountable; this is the legacy we will leave for generations to come.

The following six ethical Core Values are the cornerstone of our professional conduct. While achieving these high standards may be difficult to attain, we nonetheless aspire to live our lives and conduct business with:


  • Honest, open, and ethical in relationships with others
  • Earns the trust and confidences of others
  • Exhibits professional integrity in dealing with co-workers and program participants
  • Honors his/her commitments
  • Keeps confidences
  • Leads by example


  • Treats everyone with respect and dignity to maintain a positive work environment
  • Judges others only on their character, ability, and conduct
  • Is courteous and polite to others
  • Seeks opinions of others to ensure results
  • Is respectful of others and does not degrade others in public and private conversations
  • Listens to and acknowledges the viewpoints of others
  • Responds effectively when confronted, questioned, or when someone disagrees with him/her


  • Is willing to help and assist others
  • Makes decisions appropriate for the situation
  • Sets a good example
  • Consistently works to improve services he/she provides
  • Accepts responsibility for own actions
  • Exercises self-restraint in dealing with others


  • Uses tact and diplomacy in dealing with co-workers and program participants
  • Contributes to the team or organization in seeking solutions for improvements
  • Gives people a reasonable benefit of doubt
  • Is consistently fair in dealing with co-workers and program participants
  • Demonstrates open-mindedness and justification
  • Rules are applied consistently


  • Exhibits empathy and concern in relationships with fellow co-workers, program participants and others
  • Takes the time to talk with people face-to-face about issues
  • Encourages and praises staff and volunteers on a job well done in a timely manner
  • Shares (knowledge, time, experiences, etc.) to help others succeed
  • Builds positive relationships with program participants


  • Keeps informed of and participates in civic/community activities
  • Follows Agency policies and procedures