Who We Are
There are three elements of CCS.
CCS will provide for basic needs on-site in Fritch to include a food pantry, clothing closet, hygiene closet, and some housing/utility assistance.
CCS will coordinate with other service providers and educational institutions to gain access for individuals and families to those programs and services.
CCS will operate a mentoring program based on Cal Farley’s Neighborhood Navigator program that connects people in need with community volunteers who provide support and encouragement.
Much of the mission of CCS guides individuals and families to education so they can gain skills in order to become self-sufficient over time. This includes providing adult education regarding financial management/obtaining financial aid for college/job preparation, resume development, and computer software training locally.
CCS will also provide scholarships for GED high school equivalency testing.
CCS was incorporated in the State of Texas in September 2014 and obtained status as a 501(c)3 non-profit May 2015.
What Can We Achieve
· Provide hope
· Remove shame
· Break barriers
· Provide opportunity
· Eliminate poverty
· Bring community together
· Leverage resources
Treating clients with dignity and confidentiality
Bringing Community Together
Building Self Esteem