Working to reduce poverty in America
CCUSA supports Catholic Charities agencies by enhancing the delivery of quality human services, strengthening Catholic identity and parish engagement, building up leadership and organizational capacity, and fortifying disaster preparedness, response, and recovery.
Throughout the year, CCUSA shares the stories of several people whose lives have been changed through a wide variety of Catholic Charities programs and services. Click here to find a local agency.
CPEA engages homeless men in a 18-month long process that moves them from homelessness to permanent stable living, trains them to obtain employment, and empowers them to live a life free of drugs and alcohol.
This program provides permanent housing to chronically homeless women in the Portland area and provides varying amounts of financial support while women acquire income to maintain housing on their own.
CTG integrates health, human, and social services to enhance conditions for learning in partnership with leaders in 8 of the lowest performing, Pre-K through 8th grade, Buffalo Public schools and districts.
Rev. George Kloster, a priest of the diocese of Charlotte, NC, helped found the Office of Economic Opportunity of Catholic Social Services of the Diocese of Charlotte, and now sits on its advisory board.
Catholic Charities USA supports our agencies across the country in their work to provide critical services to those in need, advocates for justice in social structures and calls the entire church and other people of good will to do the same.
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