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The social services of Cass started as part of Cass Community United Methodist Church during the Great Depression. In 2002, they became independent when the Scott building opened and a separate nonprofit/Board of Directors was formed. The mission statement directs the activities of the organization: “CCSS is dedicated to making a profound difference in the diverse populations it serves by providing for basic needs, including affordable housing, promoting self reliance and encouraging community inclusion and improvement.”
For more information about the history of the agency or how it is organized and/or governed, click on a bulleted topic below.
- History of Cass Community Social Services
- Financial Information – IRS 990 Form
- 2011 Board of Directors
- Annual Report
- Executive Staff
- Videos Cass Community Website