MCHA is dedicated to promoting the welfare of animals, strengthening the human-animal bond, and providing access to accessible veterinary care and humane education across our community. MCHA doesn’t oversee a shelter, or the care of adoptable animals.
MCHA is a non-profit veterinary clinic focused on animal welfare advocacy and providing humane education. We focus on proactive responses to animal overpopulation by increasing access to affordable veterinary care, providing spay/neuter assistance vouchers to families that otherwise couldn’t afford to have their pets fixed, and humane education across the county with therapy animals and ambassador animals.
We do not receive funds from tax dollars or national organizations. We are funded through grants, private donations, fundraisers and events.
The MCHA is a 501c3 non-profit organization fully funded by private donations.