Cass Community Social Services is a Detroit-based agency dedicated to providing food, jobs, health services and housing.

• FOOD: One million meals served a year, with food coming from volunteer donations, a community garden, food banks, and meat from hunters in Northern Michigan.
• HOUSING: Multiple warming centers, emergency shelters, rotating shelters hosted by churches and permanent supported housing (where individuals can stay in an apartment indefinitely) are made available to those in need.
• JOBS: Green Industries was created for those with significant barriers to traditional jobs and links employment with sustainability. Currently 85 adults produce m ud mats and flip-flops from tires that were illegally dumped in the city, coaster sets using repurposed wood from demolished houses and glass scraps from Guardian Glass, and shredded materials through a document destruction program.
• HEALTH: A free medical clinic is operated by volunteer doctors and Wayne State medical students, offering health screenings, simple medications, and arrangements for pro bono procedures.
• TINY HOMES: 25 different homes (250-400sq ft) are planned for this project (13 are completed or near completion). The residents are formerly homeless, senior citizens, or college students who all qualify as low-income. For seven years the residents will rent the homes for $1/sq. ft. after which time they will be given the opportunity to own the home and property.