Our mission of bringing hope to life, especially for those most in need, starts at the home. That’s why our housing programs focus on the most vulnerable in our community: seniors, migrant workers, and low-income families.
Shelter is a fundamental need that provides a foundation for people to break the cycle of poverty. Through affordable housing, homeownership, and a variety of resident services, Catholic Charities aims to reduce poverty in the communities we serve.
We envision communities where everyone can find affordable housing that gives them an opportunity to grow in a community-centered environment.
Motivated by Christ’s love, we bring hope to life, especially for those most in need.
We envision communities where people are treated with dignity and respect, their basic needs are met, and they are empowered to enhance the quality of their own lives.
We affirm our faith in God, who calls us to serve.
We celebrate the uniqueness and dignity of people.
We nurture children and strengthen families.
We provide quality services to those in need.
We serve people of all faiths.
In accordance with federal civil rights law, regulations, and policies, Catholic Charities serves all in the community, regardless of faith, race, color, national origin, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), disability, age, social class, or economic status.
Board Vice Chairperson
Board Treasurer (non-voting)
President/CEO and Board Member
Resident Liaison to the Board
Director of Housing Services