Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged

Worried Your Child May Have Special Needs?

We’re here to help. 
 
Our affiliate, Astor Services, rated a “Blue Ribbon” (AKA top-notch) program for children with special needs, is offering free developmental screenings...

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Disability Activist & Housing Hero Greg Bell, Sr. Mourned

Catholic Charities celebrates the life and mourns the death of Gregory D. Bell, Sr., 68. 

City Councilwoman Vanessa L. Gibson remembered Greg Bell as not only a strong advocate for disabled...

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Xavier Society Hosts “Rudy” At NY Athletic Club

On Friday, June 12, the Xavier Society for the Blind will host Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger at a cocktail reception, after which the Notre Dame legend made famous by the film bearing his name will talk about his life, the lessons he has learned, and will be available to answer questions. Rudy is a...

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Stay Cool This Summer with These Hot Volunteer Opportunities

So how hot are they?  Check these out:

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Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged

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...

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Parallels Between My Jewish Faith & the Mission of Catholic Charities

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

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Blind Woman Breaks Barriers

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L-R Leon Stallone (Compass USA), Anthony Severo and Alexandria Daly.

A former secretary who lost most of her vision, Alexandria Daly has been...

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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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