At Catholic Social Services we provide help and create hope for over 3,100 people every day. Our network of programs offers support to those who need it most. Every day we help the homeless & hungry, at-risk youth, struggling families & single parents. We help immigrants, refugees, neglected children and those with intellectual disabilities. We provide programs for pregnant teens, and court-adjudicated delinquents.
We carry out our work to transform lives, envisioning a world touched by God’s mercy, a world where every individual is valued, families are healthy and strong, communities are united, poverty and need are alleviated, and all people share justly in the blessings of God’s creation.
Our work is guided and inspired by our Core Values:
Compassion: genuine care & heartfelt concern for those we serve
Dignity: respect for each person as created in God’s image
Charity: generosity toward all in response to God’s goodness
Justice: defense & advocacy for the rights of the poor and vulnerable
Excellence: professional competence & responsible stewardship
Catholic Social Services’ Spring 2019 newsletter is now online for your viewing.
Catholic Social Services’ 2018 annual report is now online for your viewing.
To support Catholic Social Service programs that serve the homeless and hungry, the intellectually disabled, single parents and the unemployed, veterans, and at-risk children and youth.
What our volunteers say
“I give my time on the CSS Board because I believe in and support its mission, and am proud how the lives of children are improved because of the services we provide to them and their families.”Denise D. Hodgson member of Catholic Social Services Board
“We love going in the front door of Mercy Hospice; it is a very happy and hopeful place, and staff are so giving of themselves and enthusiastic in serving the women and children there.”Kay and Gerry Lafferty volunteers at Mercy Hospice since 1982
Recent News from Catholic Social Services
St. Luigi Guanella, a 19th-century advocate for those with intellectual disabilities, was honored at an Oct. 24 Mass attended by some 400 members of the archdiocesan Don Guanella-Divine Providence Communities, which provide a continuum of care for adults with special needs.
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If you are in need of help or assistance, CALL our CSS Helpline at (267) 331-2490 (Mon-Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm) or by clicking on the link below. We are here to help you and will provide you with the information and assistance you need to find the comfort and security you deserve.