Our legal service program assists people with little to no income in obtaining pro bono legal assistance.
This Alton-based home provides special education and therapeutic services for students ages 5-21 and residential services to boys ages 11-18.
When individuals are in crisis and cannot find their way, we provide basic necessities and help them find the path to self-sufficiency.
Eldercare Options is a program that assesses, counsels, and determines the need for guardianship for disabled elderly adults who are no longer able to make sound judgments on their own.
We assume guardianship of seniors and provide decision making and advocacy for those who lack the ability to make proper judgements concerning their health, well-being and safety.
Volunteers are matched with homebound seniors to provide companionship and non-medical assistance. Allows seniors to maintain an independent lifestyle in their own homes.
Our staff serves the nutritional needs of families by helping with immediate problems and searching for future solutions.
The families that we help in these programs are in need of additional support to help them face their daily struggles.
Meals on Wheels goal is to nourish and enrich the lives of the homebound and disabled in need by providing nutritious meals that promote independent living.
A prescription medicine assistance program that aids clients with securing immediate or long-term medications at free or substantially reduced costs.
Catholic Charities partners up with a local parish or organization in a rural area and registers people who need help putting food on the table for themselves and their families.
Designed to support and strengthen the lives of adoptive parents, adult adopted persons and birth parents by providing compassionate profiles, searches and intermediary services.
Catholic Charities delivers professional and confidential therapy services to individuals, couples and families regardless of their ability to pay for services.
Ramblin’ Rose helps school children whose families are struggling to afford school supplies and clothing for the new school year.
Staff in each office are knowledgeable about services provided by other agencies and institutions in each area.
Donations from the community and volunteer help keep our resale shops open. Free help can be arranged when the small fees are not affordable.
The St. Anne Residence, located at the intersection of Ninth and Clay Streets in Beardstown, features 23 one-bedroom units, which are wheelchair accessible and complete with full kitchens.
St. John's Breadline in Springfield serves a hot, nutritious and free meal in a clean, positive environment daily.