Catholic Social Services of Wayne County currently provides a broad range of services to everyone from infants to senior citizens.
Catholic Social Services of Wayne County (CSSWC) has a long history of providing a variety of human services to the residents of Southeastern Michigan. The agency, established in 1946 as the Catholic Family Center for the purpose of providing family social services, has evolved in response to demonstrated community needs. The agency's name was officially changed to CSSWC in 1957 to more accurately reflect the diversity of social services offered. CSSWC has four divisions to improve the quality of life throughout the life cycle. These divisions are: Behavioral Health & Community Services, Child Welfare, Education, and Senior Volunteer Services.