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The Catholic Charities Network

The Catholic Charities ministry in the United States is designed to help people in need at both the local and national level. Our 164 member agencies faithfully serve the unique needs of communities in 2,631 different locations, while our national office, Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA), supports member agencies through knowledge-sharing and network gatherings. CCUSA also brings the voice of the network to the national stage through advocacy, media initiatives, and other communication partners, while member agencies work to implement our policy advances on the ground.

Locations Outside the Contiguous USA

Local Service, National Impact

Our member agencies are active in virtually all 50 states and in five U.S. territories. Our extensive reach and diverse ministry means we can provide individual communities with services that truly reflect their local needs. Having a national office lets us take advantage of funds offered by organizations that want a single grantee that can reach multiple states. A large national ministry also means that when problems arise, Catholic Charities has key teams and services already in place and waiting to help.

  • 164 Member Agencies

  • 2,631 locations

  • 8.7M Individuals Served

Member Agency Story

Learning to Recognize, Rescue and Respond to the Trafficking Victims All Around Us

Catholic Charities of Louisville
Trafficking victims—exploited men, women and children—are all around us, but we usually don’t see them. We may not really be aware of trafficking or we don’t know what to look for. In Kentucky, however, a partnership between the state of Kentucky and Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Louisville, is working to change that. Kentucky Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking helps Kentucky communities id...
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