It’s 15 Years into “the Future:” How CCSWW Helps People into Homes

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“Affordable permanent housing should be available to everyone.” One of eight “Insights for the Future,” CCSWW 2008   In 2008, CCSWW (Catholic Community Services of Western Washinton) Futures II planning process anticipated the local impacts of our growing housing crisis and broadened our commitment to provide homes for individuals and families in need. Over the …

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Martha’s Place Welcomes Governor Inslee

Categories: Homeless Adult Services, News

CCS Northwest Staff and Residents host the Governor and Local Leaders Martha’s Place, CCS’s newest Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) site, opened this spring, culminating an intensive seven-year process led by an experienced group of Skagit County political leaders determined to address increasing homelessness in the Valley. Inspired by the success of CCS/CHS Permanent Supportive Housing …

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Francis Place Resident Finds Peace

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BELLINGHAM, WA – Meet Neo. Between a safe home, daily case management, therapeutic programming, and other supportive services, Neo, a CCS/CHS Francis Place resident since December 2019, says he is finally at peace. With its 42 units of permanent supportive housing, Francis Place provides around the clock support to individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness. …

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