Cass Community Social Services is a Detroit-based agency with a person-centered philosophy, dedicated to providing food, housing, health services, and job programs.

Deputy Director Erica George, Co-CQI Leaders Al Sharpe and Joey Merchant as well as many of our program directors and managers who helped with accreditation. (Unfortunately, not everyone was available for the picture.)

The surveyors had very positive things to say about our programs and people – residents, members, staff and board members.

The Cass Community Restaurant Collaborative is designed to address two problems at once.

  • Support local restaurants impacted by COVID-19.
  • Provide healthy food to the men, women and children who take residence at Cass.

Your donation can help Cass make a greater impact.

Chef Greg’s Soul-N-The Wall(May 5, 2021)

New Tool Library

Cass Community Social Services has begun a unique drive. We are creating a comprehensive Tools Library and would like donations of any kind of used or new tool. Cass also needs volunteers to help setup their Tools Library (Contact Sue Pethoud at 313-883-2277 ext. 203)

The book, authored by Faith Fowler, looks at the “American Dream.” the historical uses of small houses in the United States and how tiny homes have been utilized for poor and homeless people across the country. Readers will also learn about the decisions and logistics involved with building the Cass Tiny Homes and its innovative home ownership model.

Founded in 2014, the mission of the Cass Community Publishing House is to give a voice to writers from groups who are under-represented by the five major publishing companies and to offer a spotlight for religious and urban issues. Books by CCPH will include history, biography, photography, novels and poetry.

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