The Regional Master Transit Plan — on the ballot November 8, 2016 — is a detailed, comprehensive regional transit plan that connects Southeast Michigan’s four counties — Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne — with reliable regional public transit to increase independence for seniors and people with disabilities, get people to work, and boost economic development. […]
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CSSW Senior Service Programs receive Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation’s Anna Botsford Bach Fund $15,000 Grant Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County (CSSW) is proud to announce the renewal of an annual $15,000 grant from the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation’s Anna Botsford Fach Fund to support CSSW’s capacity to help older adults remain […]
Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County (CSSW) was awarded a $24,000 grant from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan to implement an Electronic Health Record (EHR) System in its Behavioral Health Counseling Program. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services is now requiring agencies billing for physical and mental health services to use an EHR. […]
An Article titled “Facilitating Change: A Process of Renewal for Women Who Have Used Force in Their Intimate Heterosexual Relationships” was published by SAGE, a leading independent, academic, and professional publisher. Please visit the RENEW (Reflectively Embracing Nonviolence through Education for Women) page to learn more about the program.
An interview with COO David Garvin was published in the book Gender-Based Perspectives on Batterer Programs: Program Leaders on History, Approach, Research and Development by Edward W. Gondolf, professor emeritus at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. David, a founder of the Alternatives to Domestic Aggression program, was asked questions such as how he got started in […]