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POST-ELECTION IMMIGRATION UPDATE

11/22/2016  |  News Articles  |  Share

Prepared By  
CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMUNITY SERVICES
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE SERVICES DIVISION
Rev. November 21, 2016
 

Catholic Charities has long welcomed immigrant families, protected vulnerable refugees, and assisted the undocumented, unaccompanied minors, and day laborers--in a way that...

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Stepping Out on Faith, a Blind Man Counts His Blessings - New York Times

11/22/2016  |  Neediest Cases  |  Share

His routine is the same every day.

Before going outside, Leroy Bracey recites Psalms 121, a daily reassurance that God is ever-present, protecting him wherever he goes.

Mr. Bracey has myopic degeneration, a congenital retinal condition that has worsened his vision with age, especially in recent years. Navigating New York City’s...

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Luxury cars take on turkey delivery in Westchester, NYC

11/21/2016  |  News Articles  |  Share

Car enthusiasts hold second annual turkey drive, with Catholic Charities Yonkers the first stop -- View this FIOS1 video story.

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Raising 5 Sons Alone, 3 With Autism, Takes a Toll on a Mother’s Body - New York Times

11/21/2016  |  Neediest Cases  |  Share

Though Melissa Ferrer moved into her new home in July, she has refused to paint her sons’ bedroom walls blue. She does not dare get too comfortable, a symptom of her years of homelessness.

Ms. Ferrer, 33, is a single mother of five sons. All of them have spent portions of their childhoods in New York City’s shelter system. What made the...

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A Car Accident Throws a Productive Life Into Turmoil - New York Times

11/16/2016  |  Neediest Cases  |  Share

Fresh from a promising meeting with a real estate agent, David Nublett was on his way to treat himself to a new pair of shoes when he started to walk across Westchester Avenue in the Bronx.

That is the last thing he remembers.

Mr. Nublett later woke up in a state of delirium at a hospital. Tubes were inside him. A doctor was...

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Catholic Charities of New York to distribute over 800 Thanksgiving meals in Harlem on Tuesday, November 22

11/15/2016  |  Press Releases  |  Share

Catholic Charities of New York will be hosting their annual turkey distribution, providing over 800 Thanksgiving meals at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Community Center in Harlem on Tuesday, November 22 at 10:00 am. Individuals and families in need will be welcomed at the Kennedy Center to receive turkeys and all the necessary trimmings for a...

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STATEMENT ON IMMIGRATION FROM MONSIGNOR KEVIN SULLIVAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF NEW YORK

11/11/2016  |  News Articles  |  Share

New York, NY – November 11, 2016 – “Catholic Charities has a long history of compassionately welcoming and effectively integrating immigrants and refugees to their new home in the United States. Our efforts have reunited families, obtained authorizations for work, taught English and civics, resettled refugees and protected unaccompanied...

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Rhinebeck's Astor Services Spotlights Domestic Violence With Purple Ribbons

11/07/2016  |  News Articles  |  Share

RHINEBECK, N.Y. -- Survivors of domestic violence have support this month in recognition of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Astor Services for Children & Families in Rhinebeck and the Bronx is holding a purple ribbon campaign in solidarity with survivors of domestic violence.

During the monthlong campaign, the...

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Poughkeepsie Runner Aims To Make Wall Fall At New York City Marathon

11/01/2016  |  News Articles  |  Share

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Like many first-time marathoners, Poughkeepsie native Laura Betros slammed into “the wall” near the 20-mile mark at last year’s TCS New York City Marathon.

A day later, the Arlington High grad knew she needed to return to the race. On Sunday, the 25-year-old will step on the starting line in Staten Island with...

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Who belongs to NYC's refugee community, and what kind of support do they need? - Brick Underground

10/27/2016  |  News Articles  |  Share

Last month, Donald Trump Jr., the eldest child of the Republican presidential nominee, posted a meme to Twitter in which he compared Syrian refugees to candy.

“If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would kill you. Would you take a handful? That’s our Syrian refugee problem,” the meme reads.  

The tweet sparked an...

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Catholic Charities’ David Schools Receives Orange County Counselor Recognition Award

10/07/2016  |  Press Releases  |  Share

Goshen, NY – Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange and Sullivan is proud to announce that David Schools, a counselor at the agency’s Port Jervis clinic, was presented with the Richard C. Ward Memorial CASAC of the Year Award at the 25th annual Orange County Counselor Recognition Awards. David received the award in the company of his...

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José Parlá, Kiehls, TV heartthrobs, & Charities Team Up to Support Affiliate

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

By Alice Kenny

Talk about marrying art with a good cause! TV heartthrobs joined acclaimed Brooklyn-based abstract artist José Parlá earlier this month for the unveiling of his major artwork installation in collaboration with...

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Macy’s & Deloitte Make Significant Impact in Washington Heights

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

By Teresa Santiago

Earlier this summer, graduate participants of the In-School Youth (ISY), program in Washington Heights received valuable leadership training and career building advice from two of New York’s iconic companies;...

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Health Careers & Science Community School Grads Tell Their Stories

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

By Teresa Santiago

Former students of the High School for Health Careers and Science Community School at the George Washington Campus in Washington Heights proudly participated in a promotional video for the school to tell their success stories. They wanted to dispel the notion that the high school and the neighborhood it is located in...

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Inspiring New York’s Teens

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

By Elizabeth Molina

As a part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s mission to reinvigorate the New York education system, George Washington High School for Health Career and Sciences with the support of Catholic...

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