The Middlesex CAC values every employee, intern, job candidate, client, and multidisciplinary team member as an unique individual. We are committed to providing an inclusive environment and welcome the variety of experiences each person brings to our program. As such, we have a strict nondiscrimination policy.
The Middlesex CAC believes everyone should be treated equally regardless of actual or perceived race, color, ethnicity, national origin, culture, citizenship, religion, age, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, disability, primary language, English proficiency, socioeconomic status, educational level, occupation, geographic location, or other characteristic protected by law.
The Middlesex CAC is committed to overcoming biases in the delivery of our services by being continually aware, reminded, and educated about the world views of the children and families we serve so we can bridge any gaps that may exist between our program and the communities that make up Middlesex County.
In the event a client has a discrimination complaint, they should contact the Chief or Deputy Chief of the Child Protection Unit who will take appropriate action to address their concerns. The complaint may be filed by letter, e-mail, or phone. If such a complaint is made to another staff member, that employee shall immediately notify the Chief or Deputy Chief.