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Alameda County CAN

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Alameda County Community Asset Network (AC CAN) is a working group of service providers, public agencies, banks and credit unions, community based organizations, and base building organizations that work in partnership and with other stakeholders committed to increasing the income and assets of Alameda County residents.

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