Tony Mack is a Hartford native who joined ImmaCare in 2000. Mr. Mack’s career began in 1987 at Connecticut Printers and in 1995 he became a superintendent for a realty company, a position he held for ten years. In 1999 he was introduced to ImmaCare by his brother who had been in the human services field for more than 20 years and encouraged him to join the agency. Mr. Mack began at ImmaCare as a member of the shelter’s residential staff. After a year he became ImmaCare’s street outreach worker and is now the agency’s Mobile Outreach Case Manager. Five days a week Mr. Mack provides sleeping bags, food, clothing, toiletries and other basic necessities to homeless individuals who live outside, in abandoned buildings and other dangerous settings. He takes great pride in the connections he’s made with the men and women he serves and for whom he advocates. He credits his work in the community with helping him become a kinder more humble person.