Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises

Three Surprise Lessons Learned


Fordham University Social Work Graduate Student, Elsie Hernandez.

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Hundreds Rally for Cost-of-living Adjustments

Photo Credit: Human Services Council.

"Hundreds of representatives of the human services sector convened on the steps of City Hall on Monday, April 27, 2015, to call for cost-of-living adjustments (...

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Parallels Between My Jewish Faith & the Mission of Catholic Charities


Fordham University social work graduate student Meira Zack is...

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Executive Action Q & A


About 338,000 undocumented immigrants living in New York State may qualify for President Obama’s Executive Action on immigration reform. YOU – or someone you know -- may be one of them.

Q: Four Letters – What Do They Mean & How Can They Help?...

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Sen. Schumer Announces $2.1 Million More for Hurricane Sandy Victims Served by Catholic Charities

Huge news for the 3,000 families still recovering from Hurricane Sandy’s devastation!

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer just announced that the Federal...

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Cardinal Dolan Feeds Hungry; Washes Their Feet

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Cardinal Timothy Dolan celebrated Holy Thursday with Catholic Charities staff, volunteers and those we serve at the Washington Heights Ecumenical Food Pantry. As CBS2’s Scott Rapoport reported, Cardinal Dolan helped distribute food to at least 200 people...

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Easter Message from Monsignor Kevin Sullivan

The faith-based roots of what we do at Catholic Charities are clearer as we enter Holy Week.  We see and celebrate this week, and throughout the Easter season, the...

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What Is Hope?

"There's always hope that there is...

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