Homelessness is a community issue.Take Action
Of homeless individuals have a mental illness or substance abuse disorder.
Of homeless individuals have a disability of some kind.
Of homeless individuals experience chronic homelessness.
Of homeless individuals are veterans.
Our mission is to be a catalyst for lasting relationships between people emerging out of homelessness and people willing to participate in their transformation.
Supportive Housing Services
Our sober-living facilities help men get back on their feet by providing short-term housing and preparing participants for independent living.Learn More
Work Experience & Career Development
Our network of business partners allows us to offer our program participants access to employment opportunities, work experience, and on-the-job-training.Learn More
Personal Support & Development
Community Service Alliance fosters healthy relationships and community building through intentional interaction with our staff, each other, group volunteering, and Christian mentoring.Learn More
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Homelessness is a pervasive problem in Cuyahoga County — about 23,000 people experience homelessness every year. Learn how affordable housing and behavioral programs can improve health, empower local men, and reunite families.Get Informed
Find out how access to sober-living facilities and personal development programs are changing lives.Read Stories
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Describing the places I’ve stayed – a chaotic atmosphere that doesn’t give one a moment to think quietly – a lack of personal space. At CSA I had the personal space to focus on healing.
HARRY DAVIS, FORMER CLEVELAND CAVALIERS PLAYER
Together we can help men committed to transformation.
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A Catalyst for Change in the Lives of Homeless Men Learn more about this socioeconomic issue in Cuyahoga County.Continue Reading