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Dare to Care program holds competition each quarter
Bay Community Support Services’ Lisa Way residential group home received the agency’s Dare to Care House of the 2nd Quarter Award at a ceremony at the home June 13.
The Dare to Care program is a competition among BAY-CSS residential homes.
“The Dare to Care program is a great way to demonstrate to all that we here at BAY-CSS dare to care about those we provide services to,” said Mitzi Bernard, BAY-CSS executive director, in a news release.
The agency provides support services for people with disabilities.
Each quarter, a BAY-CSS residential group home is named House of the Quarter after the 12 agency group homes are inspected and awarded points based on cleanliness, basic maintenance, safety and client comfort.
The home’s coordinator is Anita Nelson, and the supervisor is Tawny Long. The staff includes Golda Burrell, Sylvia Claish, Fladreka Davis, Markieta Fenwick, Deborah Jackson, Diedre Lee, Ashley Lyles and Sharon Smith-Bishop.