Our Response

As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, CCS/CHS is taking critical steps to protect our Western Washington communities, and the more vulnerable populations that we serve. We know that COVID-19 disproportionally affects our clients, the elderly, medically fragile, those struggling with poverty, and people experiencing homelessness.

CCS/CHS, considered an “essential service,” will continue to deliver critical services to our clients. While many in-office employees are working remotely, the critical supportive services that our clients count on us for will be available wherever possible.


CCS NW Client Survey!

CCS NW clients and parents or guardians of clients, we would like to hear from you regarding your experience with Telehealth client services during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please CLICK HERE to take a short survey. We greatly appreciate your feedback!


 

How You Can Help

 

Donate

  • Online here
  • By Mail: Catholic Community Services, Attn: Fund Development Office, 100 23rd Ave South, Seattle, WA 98144

CLICK HERE

 

Volunteer

For a list of volunteer opportunities and in-kind needs please click here.

 

Sewing Bee

Join our CCS SEWING BEE to help make 10,000 masks for the safety of CCS/CHS front line staff such as shelter staff and home care aids to provide essential services to our vulnerable neighbors in need. Click here for more information.

 

A Message from a Community Partner:

“I would like to take a moment to recognize how valuable your work and that of Catholic Community Services has been here in Whatcom County. I have been a witness to the support and collaboration provided to some of our most vulnerable community members, in particular, farmworkers and other essential workers who have been disproportionally impacted by the COVID pandemic. I would like to ask you to pass along my words of appreciation to your organization. Specifically, CCS was able to support multiple families affected by COVID during their mandatory quarantine and isolation periods. As you know, many people work so hard, living paycheck to paycheck and provide support not only to their immediate families, but loved ones living in their country of origin. When these critical infrastructure workers were unable to go to work, their housing situation was at risk. These families are hard workers and self-sufficient. They would not ordinarily ask for help, but the situation they found themselves in, being unable to work for a period of time, stretched their financial capacity. The emergency funds provided by CCS supported these families to be able to prioritize their health and that of their family, friends, coworkers and community by supporting successful quarantine periods and reducing the spread of COVID. Thank you for the timely and generous support of our community. I hope we can continue to work together to support families.”


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