Since 1966 our organization has worked in partnership with communities, organizations, and government agencies to create and implement programs, policies, and systems that make an impact.
The mission of Medical Care Development International is to enhance the well-being of peoples and communities in developing nations through superior technical assistance in health and socioeconomic development. We seek to empower families with the knowledge and behavior needed to improve infant and child survival and maternal health and care.
The Division of Community Living works in partnership with the community to serve individuals with dignity, respect and independence in safe supportive living environments. MCD's Division of Community Living will set the industry standard as a provider and an innovator of program models, which reflect state of the art interventions for populations with special needs.
The Professional Training Division provides support to Medical Care Development's Community Living Division and offers essential courses to those in the health and human services profession. Medical Care Development believes that training for its staff is paramount for residents to receive excellent care.
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Medical Care Development is a not-for-profit organization with members, a Board of Directors, and more than 600 employees. Our corporate headquarters are located in Augusta, Maine and our international program office is in Silver Spring, Maryland.
MCD was incorporated as a not-for-profit in the State of Maine, USA, in 1966. An international program was created in 1977 and has provided technical assistance in more than 35 countries in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. The Community Living Program began in 1989.
During the past 40 years, MCD has worked with U.S. agencies, states, foreign governments, worldwide organizations, and private foundations to improve health and quality of life for people worldwide, often under conditions of limited resources.