WHY WE DO IT
We are committed to supporting each person's Integral Human Development
Catholic Charities believes that access to equitable and affordable health care is a basic human right.
Increase access to healthcare
Improve physical and mental well-being
Facilitate recovery from addiction
We are committed to supporting each person’s integral human development, meaning one’s physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Even though the demand for behavioral health services far exceeds the country's capacity, Catholic Charities agencies continue to build on our long history of service provision by providing evidence-based, strengths-focused, affordable, and low-barrier behavioral health services for anyone in need, with a particular focus on the poor and vulnerable.
(Data sources: 2020 CCUSA Annual Report)
Counseling and Mental Health Services
Addiction Recovery and Support among many other services.
Case Management and Caregiver Support
National Crisis & Support Resources
Best Practice Symposium on Food Related Services and Programs
September 19, 2018
Join your colleagues to learn about SNAP Outreach and Workforce Requirements, Culinary training programs as well as Pantry Design and …
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Filling a gap for people who need mental health care
April 12, 2018
When Kim’s world came crashing down around her, she remembered something her mother always told her, “When you’re in need, …
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Positive Attitude Contributes to Success
March 1, 2018
“I just love seeing people and socializing,” said Michael. “I learned that the most important thing to wear every day …
Knowing Who You Are Outside of Addiction
March 1, 2018
Robert Brooks recently celebrated six months of addiction recovery and is determined to make this change lifelong. He credits his …
An Amazing Transformation
February 27, 2018
Mental illness impacts the entire family, not just the individual with a diagnosis. At Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, the …
Helping the Homeless with Mental Illness
February 22, 2018
Susan Harris is a social worker who literally takes to the streets to find people experiencing homelessness to get them …