Doug's Story

Published on Apr 13, 2015
Doug spent most of his childhood and adult life in an institution for adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities. 14 years ago he came to live at Summerwood, a nurturing residential home.

Blake's Story

Published on Dec 5, 2014
Just when Blake thought he would be adopted, everything changed. He ended up in yet another foster home.

By the time he came to live at a CCS Community Home for Children several years later, Blake felt completely alone. He could not believe these new foster parents would love him and stick by him. Soon he got into serious trouble. When Bryan and Debbi visited him in detention and invited him to come back home with them, Blake realized they truly cared and wanted him at home with them.

Now, Blake is thriving. A natural athlete, he excels in sports. He and his four foster brothers are proud of the race car they rebuilt together with their foster dad. Blake knows he is loved and Bryan and Debbi are blessed with an extended family. They look forward to being part of Blake’s and his foster brothers’ lives as they journey into adulthood and beyond.

With your support, two more Community Homes for Children will soon be ready to provide stable, nurturing homes for children like Blake.

Marion, Polk, and Yamhill Counties Foster Parent Recruitment

Published on Aug 19, 2014
Visit the link below to learn how you can become a Foster Parent today!

http://www.changealifenow.org

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About Catholic Community Service of the Mid-Willamette Valley

Catholic Community Services is a non-profit, faith-based organization. Founded in Salem in 1938, today CCS offers 17 programs across 9 Oregon counties and serves more than 2,000 people each year.

Our vision: Children, families and adults have the knowledge, ability and desire to take control of their own lives and live responsibly with others in
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Claimed Profile
Headquarters
3737 Portland RD NE
P.O Box 20400
Salem, Oregon 97301
Employees
201 to 500
Industry
Links
Catholic Community Service of the Mid-Willamette Valley website