We serve six counties in southwestern Pennsylvania (Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Greene, Lawrence, and Washington counties).
Catholic Charities helps meet basic needs such as essential supplies, rental and utility assistance for residents in Southwestern Pennsylvania living within 200% of the Federal Poverty Guideline.
Licensed professionals with Catholic Charities provide individual, marital, family and group counseling.
Catholic Charities Free Health Care Center provides completely free, high-quality medical and dental care to those 19 years-old and older, whose income is within 250% of the federal poverty guideline.
The Gismondi Job Training Program is now accepting applications for people eager for bigger and brighter.
Catholic Charities offers practical assistance to those who are without shelter or at-risk of losing their homes.
We want every person in southwestern Pennsylvania to know they are in a place of compassion where healing is possible, and hope isn’t a pipedream. Catholic Charities offers Emotional Support Opportunities, Goals-based Assistance, and Child-centered Activities.
Catholic Charities supports women who are pregnant, possibly pregnant and mothers and fathers with children under two years old.
Founded in 1937, St. Joseph House of Hospitality is the only year-round men's residential program of its kind in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Catholic Charities gives seniors and their families information about community resources and connects them to parish-based volunteers who can assist them with emergency basic needs.