Faced with an eviction notice, the declining health of an aging parent, recovery from a flood, or other tough problems? It’s easy to become frustrated and overwhelmed trying to navigate the very systems that are supposed to help.
Catholic Charities provides compassionate, coordinated help from high-quality, knowledgeable professionals.
Catholic Charities’ assistance can take many forms:
- a recent immigrant can be provided with legal services in order to obtain work authorization
- an unemployed new mother can be enrolled in resume writing and interview skills workshops
- a father seeking to reunite with his children in foster care can take parenting skills classes
And that’s just for starters.
We assist individuals and families deal with multiple, overlapping problems and negotiate bureaucratic red tape. Sometimes, this can mean the difference between getting the help needed and simply giving up.
To find a Catholic Charities agency that offers coordinating services click here.
If you need help in finding the services you need please call the Catholic Charities Help line at: 888-744-7900.
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