Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc. . Overview of Programs and Services. Building Human Capital, Communities and Affordable Housing. Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc. Non-profit agency founded in 1992 Location: 907-917 S. Main St. Annual Budget: $1.6 Million
Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc.
Overview of Programs and Services
Building Human Capital, Communities and Affordable Housing
produced since 1993
■ Dropouts are substantially more likely to rely on public assistance than those with a high school
diploma. The estimated lifetime revenue loss for
male dropouts ages 25-34 is $944 billion. The cost to the public of their crime and welfare benefits is estimated to total $24 billion annually.
Dropouts contribute to state and federal tax coffers
at only about one-half the rate of high school
graduates; over a working lifetime about $60,000
less, or $50 billion annually for the 23 million
high school non-completers, ages 18-67.
Are they youth “at risk”? Or youth “at promise”……?
Projects Completed 1995-2006
74 Single Family
2111 W. State
2117 W. State
2305 School St.
Total: 16 units
CCS, Inc. owns and manages rental property for low-income families.
In the fall of 2003, CCS completed construction of a 26-lot subdivision at Pierpont and Green. The project is a mixed income development, with half of the homes available for low-income buyers. Phase 2, with 18 units, is underway this year.
In December, 1999, CCS formed a wholly-owned subsidiary limited liability corporation-CCS Construction LLC--as a full service general contractor.
As a revenue-generating arm of the nonprofit, CCS Construction now provides training for YouthBuild students, as well as contracting both residential and light commercial work. The company is a union contractor.
The Way To Peace project
Promoting Peace Through Education
Mission: The Way to Peace Project seeks to end crime, prejudice and violence in the communities we serve by offering programs that promote character education through a multi-disciplined approach.
Referral of young people to the programs
Volunteer as a board member, mentor or tutor
Donate construction materials and supplies
Job shadowing or internship opportunities
Job opportunities for graduates
Tax deductible contributions to support the operations of the agency and programs.
Join state or national YouthBuild Coalition
On The Drawing Board