Providing Hope & Healing to Families in Need

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Dear treasured partners, Over the last couple of months, we have shared with you the journeys of Karen, the Johnsons, and Demone. Each one of their journeys is an inspiration—a reminder that in the darkest of times, hope and healing can still be found. This a serious time for us all as we live out …

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Providing Dignity & Hope to Seniors

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Marjorie is a spunky, positive woman who enjoys telling stories and visits from her grandson. As she grew older errands, chores and everyday tasks became more difficult. Five years ago, Marjorie and her daughter Debra reached out to CCS’ Long Term Care program. Now, at 92 years young, Marjorie is able to remain independent in …

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Providing Hospitality, Housing and Hope

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Just two years after breaking ground, more than 350 guests gathered with Archbishop J. Peter Sartain, for the official Blessing and Dedication of the new Nativity House in Tacoma. Guests were invited for a tour and a luncheon honoring this very special day.   The new Nativity House provides 24/7 comprehensive services to men and …

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A Second Chance at Independence

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“I grew up in Ohio where I was a carpenter by trade for 41 years. I had a brief stint in the Navy when I was young and even volunteered for Vietnam. After work in Ohio died out, I caught a Greyhound and moved here to the Pacific Northwest to stay with a friend. I …

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Family Homelessness in Puget Sound

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In Washington state, it is reported that more than 20,000 people are living in homelessness on any given night. Of these, half are families with children. Tune in, to KUOW (94.9 FM), Puget Sound Public Radio, around 12:30-12:45 p.m. through July 7 as one family a week tells their story about overcoming homelessness. These incredible …

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UDYC Zine Graduation

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Surrounded by friends, staff, counselors and former students of the program, three young adults graduated from an eight-week, creative writing internship where they learned essential skills for obtaining and maintaining employment. They presented their final handmade “Zines” (mini-magazines) to an audience before receiving their graduation diplomas. Carleigh, dressed in character, shared her comic book series …

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