Understanding that education is central to securing better employment and a greater ability to grow, Catholic Charities offers several specialized education programs that teach new languages and new careers.
The Catholic Charities Legal Network provides pro bono services for clients with civil legal issues. Immigration Legal Services focuses on direct legal immigration services to foreign-born individuals and their families. And the Financial Stability Network focuses on financial coaching and education.
We offer several programs that can help get food on your table tonight. We also run the SHARE Food Network, which makes groceries healthier, affordable and accessible.
We offer many programs that address health care needs among families who need access to better health services. These include medical clinics, dental clinics, behavioral health services and counseling services.
We understand how crucial having secure housing options is to the success of a family or individual. All of our programs are staffed by professional staff who have dedicated themselves to helping others get back on their feet.
We provide opportunities for a fulfilling future to individuals with developmental disabilities. Our programs are here to support them and their families and caretakers.
Washington, DC is home to a thriving and vibrant community of immigrants from around the world. We offer medical and dental services, immigration legal services, and connect our clients to jobs and language services at our refugee center.
We provide mentoring to men and women returning to their communities after incarceration.
It’s officially Summer, so that means beach getaways, barbecues, and spending lots of time outside with friends and family. But for those of us at Catholic Charities, we recognize that need doesn’t get to take a vacation. Thousands of people throughout the District and Southern Maryland still need our help. We are lucky because each …
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington operates three emergency shelters for men and two emergency shelters for women. The men’s shelters, with a total capacity of 890, are New York Avenue, located in Northeast Washington near the Hecht’s Warehouse; Adams Place, located off New York Avenue in Northeast Washington, and 801 East, located on …
Mission of Mercy (MOM) is an entirely free adult dental clinic provided by volunteers: 250 dental and medical professionals and 250 general volunteers. At the MOM our goal is to provide 1,000 adults with dental care they otherwise would not receive.
For more info please visit catholiccharitiesdc.org/mom
The In the Name of the Mother Charity Golf Outing provides a crucial source of the funds used to help mothers battling cancer in crisis. Join us for an incredible day as we continue this tradition and great work right here in our community.
The fund was established in 2005 by Kevin McConville along with his family and friends to honor Megan McConville, Kevin’s wife, who passed away in November 2004 from cancer. The mission of In the Name of the Mother is to provide financial aid to mothers diagnosed with cancer, based on the principle that no mother undergoing cancer treatment should have to worry about how to keep food on her family’s table or how to keep her children safe and cared for. Funds provided by In the Name of the Mother have provided financial assistance for rent, utilities, housecleaning, medical needs, food, wigs and specialty clothes.
Join CCLN and our dedicated network of pro bono attorneys for the 16th Annual Catholic Charities Legal Network’s Golf Tournament. Come to honor and celebrate 30 years of civil legal service provided to those most in need. Your participation and support help us continue CCLN’s legacy of changing lives.
Celebrating Service To Our Community
We request the honor of your presence at the Spanish Catholic Center Gala 2019. Proceeds support the Spanish Catholic Center’s work providing critical services to the immigrant community for more than 50 years.Learn More about the Spanish Catholic Center Download Sponsorship Packet Media Contact
Incarcerated for more than seven years for a nonviolent drug offense, our Welcome Home Reentry Program is helping Jacinto build a better life outside of prison.