How could I put into words my gratitude for all the CASS and Human Services Campus has done for me. I was in error told that I had been
dropped by the system and left to the streets.
CASS (with the support of Human Services Campus) took me under their wing. I say this exactly this way because they do not just take you in they show true love and compassion. I was one of the difficult cases, to say the least. There were those on staff who not only protected me, but fought for me when I did not know how to breakout of my cycle of woundedness.
I have seen with my own eyes repeated love and compassion shown to the most difficult cases. Not catering, but genuine concern and regard.
A navigator listened to my roadblocks and guided me through the steps necessary to correct the errors.Without his help, I would have been lost in the shuffle by the system. He has made a major impact on my life by showing and demonstrating his belief in me.
I watch employees start their day at 7:00 am and not leave until long after I have gone to sleep at night. These same employees I have observed showing love and compassion time and time again in difficult situations (with a firm hand when necessary).
The Engagement Specialist graciously took the time out of his day at Project Homeless Connect to drive me to an appointment. I observed
the demands on his day to be great and yet he never showed anything
but humble,caring service. I was in awe AGAIN.
I remember from my difficult days these people tried to break through with love and protection.
I can not possibly mention everyone who has gone above and beyond in their demonstration of caring but this campus is filled with dedicated servants.
I realize not all of the people who come to CASS make choices that
are good for the shelter, yet with a firm hand of love and caring, these
dedicated people try to break through, when possible.
This is just a small taste of what I have seen here.
You may call my voice mail if you would like to find out more about
them (623) 207-1579.
Review from Guidestar