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CASS alumnus Cleo Lewis shares how CASS transformed his life in this interview with KPHO Channel 5 / AZ Family
Fox 10 Phoenix comes out to CASS as GPEC (The Greater Phoenix Economic Council) tours the campus and partner agencies. The local business leaders hope to gain a better understanding of the various agencies’ programs, as well as, possibly creating solutions in helping...
ABC 15’s John Genovese interviews a CASS senior client experiencing homelessness to help put a “personal voice” to, an often, faceless statistic. “Kristi”, is moving into permanent housing and credits CASS case managers in helping her get back on her feet. The growing...
Lisa Glow, the CEO of CASS sat down with Fox 10 News to discuss the topic of homelessness on the rise here in Arizona.
Lisa Glow, the CEO of CASS sat down with ABC 15 News to talk about the growing eviction concerns in Arizona, and finding a solution
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Lisa Glow and Matt Heydon provide perspective on how homelessness affects the veterans in our community.
The goal of Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS), the longest-serving and largest emergency homeless shelter in Arizona, is to end homelessness one life at a time. This noble mission and the nonprofit's success is in great part thanks to its CEO, Lisa...
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