A Great Day at Michael’s Place.

Categories: News, Non-Profit

Nearly 50 students, staff and parishioners from St. Luke Parish in Shoreline came together on a sunny fall day to spruce up Michael’s Place. Five teams split up to tackle house cleaning, yard work, painting, carpentry and tree cutting. CCS’s Michael’s Place offers eighteen homeless male veterans transitional housing. All are in drug or alcohol …

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HOMELESS SENIORS… Learn more about the tragedy of these two words.

Categories: News, Non-Profit

Homeless Seniors. Think of those two words.  These are words we never thought we would see together. But go into any one of our shelters and you will see gray-haired men and women in wheelchairs and walkers, guests with weathered faces who are incontinent and unsteady on their feet and frail seniors with disabilities who …

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CCS deploys teams to El Paso.

Categories: News, Non-Profit

Teams of CCS staff volunteer with Annunciation House in El Paso, Texas. Annunciation House serves as the main shelter in El Paso assisting asylum seekers released by detention centers. One of the most beneficial ways our teams are contributing is by transporting families to the bus station or airport and helping them understand – as …

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Clients Successfully Advocate for Additional Funding

Categories: Advocacy, News, Non-Profit

CCS staff member Jason holds a picture of HEN clients who shared their testimonies last year. Clients Successfully Advocate for Additional Funding On Monday March 26, current and former clients of the Housing and Essentials Needs (HEN) Program traveled to Olympia to thank legislators for investing in homelessness solutions that work, and encouraged them to do more to …

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