The Cass Free Medical Clinic is open at the Activity Center from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturdays. Volunteer doctors and Wayne State University medical students staff the operation, offering health screenings, providing simple medications, and, as needed, arranging for pro bono procedures.
During the weekdays, the Cass Activity Center is used by 125 adults with developmental disabilities. Program members decide on personal goals–social, educational, vocational, and recreational. Several people at the activity center own businesses. Others work in the community and a good number are employed in the document destruction (shredding) program.
Each year, the agency hosts the Ms. Cass Pageant to empower women with developmental disabilities. Check out this article that The Wall Street Journal wrote about us!