Get Help: A Guide to Catholic Charities Resources

Categories: Feature
We at Catholic Charities DC remain committed to serving those in need.  For help, contact us at GetHelp@cc-dc.org or call 202-772-4300. Do You Need Health Care? Medical During the pandemic, bilingual health care professionals are available to discuss your medical concerns.  Call our hotline at 202-321-2816.  All patients are screened with health-related questions by phone. …

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Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month: The Esquivel Family’s Story

Categories: Clinical Services, Disabilities Services, Feature
May is Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month. While this rare and fatal disease may be unfamiliar to some, it affects tens of thousands of Americans. At Catholic Charities we are proud to be one of a very few organizations to serve this specific community of patients through our St. Jude’s Project. To honor HD Awareness Month, we …

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St. Jude’s Project: A Compassionate Approach to Caring for an Underserved Population

Categories: Clinical Services, Feature
May is Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month. While this rare and fatal disease may be unfamiliar to some, it affects tens of thousands of Americans. At Catholic Charities we are proud to be one of a very few organizations to serve this specific community of patients through our St. Jude’s Project. To honor HD Awareness Month, …

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National Crime Victims’ Rights Week: Perpetua’s Story

Categories: Feature
Perpetua came to the United States more than 10 years ago in hopes of one thing: earning enough money to support her ailing father. Working as a watch repair technician in Goa, India, she contributed what little money she earned to the care of her father, who was paralyzed from a stroke. But it was …

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Join us on May 5 to ‘Do More’

Categories: Community Outreach, Feature, Food Assistance, Fundraising, Giving, Homeless Services, Volunteering
Since this crisis began, we consistently hear one thing from members of the entire Catholic Charities community: “I want to do more.” Our supporters, many of whom have been forced to shelter in their homes, feel helpless knowing how this emergency is endangering the already vulnerable populations we serve. Our staff, many of whom are …

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