Catherine Cobb Safe House is seeking Heroes nominations for its upcoming 4th Annual Everyday Heroes Celebration on Tuesday, March 26, 2018 at the Adrian Armory from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The event honors individuals (or groups) who have shown courage, kindness and unselfish acts of heroism in the Lenawee County community. The event will salute heroes in categories including: Fire, Law Enforcement, Medical Professional, Faith Based Hero, Animal Rescue, Adult Good Samaritan, Youth Good Samaritan, Local Military Hero, Justice/Court, Educator, Mental Health Ambassador, Community Hero and Laura Haviland Human Services Professional Hero. A Heroes Advisory committee of local community leaders will meet in late January to select the award winners. The only requirements are that the nominee must have been a resident or employed within Lenawee County or the incident must have taken place in Lenawee County and the heroic event/significant community services must have occurred in 2018. Honorees will be presented with engraved awards and “Certificates of Honor” from Catherine Cobb Safe House. All proceeds from the event will go to benefit the trauma services offered by the Catherine Cobb Safe House for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors and their children.
The Everyday Heroes Awards program is open to citizens of Lenawee County.
Award nominations forms are available at CCSH, located at 220 N. Main St. in down
town Adrian. Hero nominations forms must be completed in full and returned to the
CCSH administrative office by close of business January 18, 2018.
Catherine Cobb Safe House has been providing help and hope to families in Lenawee County through times of crisis for over 30 years. Through our emergency, advocacy, and counseling services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, we empower families daily to thrive and overcome life’s obstacles. There are many people in Lenawee County who provide help and hope everyday as well. We would like to honor these people! For more information on how to support Catherine Cobb Safe House services, call CCSH at 517/265-5352. You can also visit the CCSH Facebook page.
Help us "Raise the Roof" at the Catherine Cobb Safe House. We're trying to raise $100,000 to meet the annual costs of running a 38-bed shelter. We provide emergency shelter, food, legal advocacy, counseling and referral services to over 250 domestic violence and/or sexual assault survivors and their children each year at the shelter. We need your help urgently to keep the shelter operational. Think of your home and how much it costs for electricity, heat, water, repairs and maintenance. Multiply by 8 or 9 times! That's our need!! THANK YOU Lenawee County!!