The Detroit-based agency works across the city in areas of concentrated poverty providing programs for food, health, housing and jobs.
- CCSS prepares and serves 700,000 meals annually.
- 300 homeless men, women and children currently stay in one of CCSS’ shelters or permanent supportive housing programs.
- CCSS operates two weekly free medical clinics and a day program for 125 adults with developmental disabilities.
- 80 adults are currently employed in the agency’s Green Industries which marry jobs with sustainability.
The Skill Building, Cass Apartments (Antisdel & Brady) and Cass House programs are CARF accredited. For more information on CARF accreditation please contact Kim Hudolin.