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(41.47897,-81.71666)
 

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve as the gateway to socioeconomic success for the Hispanic community of Cleveland.

Description

Established in 1966, the Spanish American Committee (SAC) for a Better Community is a response by the Hispanic/Latino community of Cleveland to take ownership of the key issues impacting our community and to provide leadership in addressing those issues.

Through our five core programs, clients have access to a multitude of services, including family support and childcare services, financial literacy education and training, housing education and guidance, employment training and services, and adult education opportunities such as English language classes and the only Spanish-language GED program in Ohio.

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