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All children deserve the opportunity to develop social skills, gain confidence and develop lasting values that will serve them as adults. Catholic Charities' network of services aims to address the physical, emotional and psychological needs of children and their families.
Catholic Charities supports a vast network of soup kitchens and food pantries, emergency shelters, temporary and transitional housing and permanent affordable housing to help homeless families and individuals.
Families confronted by a crisis often feel helpless. Catholic Charities provides accurate and timely information and referrals, and will help advocate for the services required by a family. Catholic Charities crisis experts help individuals and families plan long-term solutions to immediate problems through counseling and financial assistance.
The senior adjusting to recent blindness, the developmentally disabled child, and the emotionally challenged adult need the intensive care and support provided by Catholic Charities to live with dignity and in safety. Through a network of specialized services, Catholic Charities cares compassionately for the most vulnerable New Yorkers – non-Catholics and Catholics alike.
Catholic Charities helps immigrants reunite legally with their families, obtain proper work authorization, learn English and civics, and prepare to pass citizenship exams. Catholic Charities also assists immigrants in avoiding exploitation by unscrupulous practitioners by providing correct information and realistic counsel about immigration status.
- Hotline for Any Immigration Issue ›
- Reuniting Families ›
- Resettling Refugees ›
- Obtaining Authorization to Work ›
- Help Finding a Job ›
- English Instruction & Help Becoming a U.S. Citizen ›
- Preventing Exploitation ›
- Immigration Legal Services ›
- Help for Unaccompanied Immigrant Children & Their Families ›
- New Legal Programs Help Immigrants ›