Julie Dease is the owner and operator of Community Compassion Service, Inc., headquartered in Brooklyn Park,  MD. This is a highly regarded low income assistance agency in Baltimore County.

Julie was trained in assisting low income individuals throughout the Maryland area, and started as a field agent.  Through her work, Julie developed her services and, in time, she bought a building in the Brooklyn Park area, adjacent to the John R. Hargrove Courthouse, and this is where she opened her agency to assist with the great need in the area.

Some of the services Community Compassion Service, Inc. provides include: free food, free cell phones, free clothes and a wide range of other free services for individuals who receive social security and Veterans benefits, snap, or medicaid. Anyone who receives government benefits may qualify for one of their free services.

When it comes to providing expert services for low income individuals, nothing takes the place of experience. Julie began working in poverty alleviation 10 years ago and started Community Compassion Service, Inc. in 2012.

One of Community Compassion Service, Inc. ’s  goals is to provide their Baltimore County clients with professional, high quality, free services. People often choose Community Compassion Service, Inc. for assistance because they help those in need and contribute toward the overall elevation of the standard of living within the local community.

The result, one of the most successful low income assistance agencies in the Maryland area!  

What do their clients think?

One fan of the company publicly wrote, “Can’t tell you how much just having a cell phone has helped me improve my life. Doctors and jobs all require that I be able to keep in contact. These people have helped me a lot.”

Another fan of the Community Compassion Service, Inc. publicly wrote, “great organization. they have really helped me a lot. they really care about the people.”

Having owner operated experts, like Julie and her staff providing knowledgeable and expert care is an asset to Maryland.

Business owners take risks and often work long, exhaustive hours to service their clients. There are freedoms in owning a business, but these freedoms come at a cost. Rarely acknowledged are business owners like Julie Dease that employ people and ensure their staff are paid continuously. Sure, people earn their wages through their time, hard work and skills, but let’s take a moment and thank Julie for having and continuing the business ownership game that allows people an opportunity to produce and earn those wages.

Need low income assistance? Give Community Compassion Service, Inc. an opportunity by visiting them at 3600 Brooklyn Ave. Suite “A”, Brooklyn Park Maryland 21225,  or by calling them at 410.609.6055.

In addition to running a successful low income assistance agency, Julie supports supports the local community through a direct service campaign to improve client’s lives. They provide free government cell phones to low income individuals in Maryland. All you need to qualify is a valid Maryland state identification, Snap/EBT, or Medicaid card, Social Security, Disability or Veterans Benefits.

So from the staff of Local Search Force that runs the County Advisory Board

Julie Dease, you are highly commended for your service to the residents of Baltimore County, for having and maintaining a business that adds to the financial well-being of MD and for your willingness to participate in social betterment activities.

Well done Julie Dease!


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