An important message from our Executive Director, Eric M. Chase, M.S. regarding the COVID-19 situation
The health and safety of our employees, the children, their families, and our communities that we serve is of the up-most importance.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency call 911, If you are having a mental health crisis call 1-800-273-8255.
Our 24/7 parent and caregiver hotline at 1-800-635-6619 will remain operational
Our leadership team will continue to monitor emails and periodically will be checking voicemails for routine non-emergency requests. We are now offering several of our services using telehealth, teleconference, and telephonic methods, please see our website for details. We will continue to monitor the situation and inform you of changes and decisions as they are being made via our website www.cassd.org or our social media channels.
Thank you for patience and understanding during these uncertain times and helping our team to ensure that all of our children are safe and feel loved.
.Updates from the CAS Leadership
Dr. Janique Washington Walker discusses new programs including adding 'Tele-Health' to the agency's list of services we currently offer
Providing some services by phone or secure video by Zoom video conferencing
I'm currently a client or have interest in Tele-Health services, whom should I contact?
Due to our physical centers being closed, Please reach out to Dr. Janique Washington Walker by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the YWCA Victim assistance information, For anyone affected by abuse and needing support please regard the National Domestic Violence Hotline. Information, tools, and support can be found on their website hotline.org. The National Domestic Violence Hotline can be reached at 1-800-799-7233. If unable to speak safely, one can long onto the hotline.org to virtually chat or text LOVEIS to 22522.