McLain Association for Children, Georgia (MAC Georgia) is a non-governmental organization, founded in 2008, that works to improve the lives of Georgia’s most vulnerable by helping to provide the resources and services necessary for them to reach their full potential. MAC Georgia is guided by its belief that everyone should have access to the information, services, and tools that they need to succeed. Two primary program areas include building the capacity of service providers to better understand, equip, and encourage their beneficiaries; and providing resources, hope, and knowledge to persons with disabilities and their families.
MAC Georgia will be working in partnership with the Coalition for Independent Living (CIL) and the Neurodevelopment Center (NDC). CIL was established in 2003 and is the largest disability rights organization in Georgia. It unites 26 disabled people’s organizations to support equal opportunities for people with disabilities. NDC has been operational since 1997 and is a leading clinic managing neurodevelopmental disorders resulting in disabilities.