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How many we served in 2011
  • Catholic Charities served 100,685 people which included 40,450 children, 49,025 adults, and 11,210 senior citizens.

  • Catholic Charities housed 2,551 individuals at any given time in our 101 housing sites.

  • Catholic Charities provided pregnancy services to 365 young women. They received childbirth and parenting education, pregnancy counseling, adoption services, and supports to complete their education.

  • Catholic Charities assisted 3,899 individuals with obtaining health insurance enrollment services.

  • Catholic Charities provided safe shelter to 1,065 individuals who were homeless, experiencing domestic violence, or who were runaway youth.

  • Catholic Charities provided emergency assistance to 18,706 individuals and their families in the form of food, clothing, utilities, transportation, prescription expenses, household furniture and other basic need services.

  • Catholic Charities provided 20,084 individuals with food pantry services.

  • Catholic Charities provided 2,978 individuals with individual, couple, family and addictive counseling services.

  • Catholic Charities provided services to the developmentally disabled; 572 receiving service coordination and habilitation services, while 73 lived in our residences.

  • Catholic Charities served 428 senior citizens at our congregate dining sites.

  • Catholic Charities assisted 315 adult immigrants in applying for their US citizenship.

  • Catholic Charities assisted 76 refugees with resettlement.

  • Catholic Charities provided housing advocacy to 8,764 individuals.

  • Catholic Charities Youth Services provided 1,718 children with summer camp programming, 624 children with after school services, 144 youth with mentoring, and 266 children with early child development services.

And the need continues