Be Counted. We all need to participate in the U.S. Census!

Learn why it counts to be counted. Complete the Census Online Now   Respond by Phone: English: 844-330-2020 Spanish: 844-468-2020 Vietnamese: 844-461-2020 Arabic: 844-416-2020 Chinese (Mandarin): 844-391-2020 Chinese (Cantonese): 844-398-2020 Korean: 844-392-2020 Additional language support  The U.S. Census Bureau official deadline to respond is October 15. This is the final day to ensure that our neighbors […]

You Helped a Young Boy Cope with Anxiety

Leo’s mom noticed something was off. Her young son was extremely anxious and fearful any time he was away from her. His constant worrying began to impact his life at home and school. His mother knew he needed professional help. Thanks to you, Catholic Charities’ School Counseling program was right there. His counselor offered a […]

Know Your Rights – Tenant Challenges Webinars and Resources

Can’t Pay Rent? Know Your Rights Webinar Hosted by Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Houston Volunteer Lawyers, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Join us as we provide an overview of the most recent moratorium on evictions imposed by the CDC, in addition to your rights as a […]

Your support helps us keep serving during the pandemic…virtually

Because you are with us during times of crisis, Catholic Charities never missed a beat in providing services when the COVID-19 pandemic first hit our community. Your support enabled us to make quick adjustments to ensure that our staff continues to serve people in need while maintaining a safe distance. Even though we can’t provide […]

You Help Bring Food and Comfort to Vulnerable Fort Bend Seniors

“Some days I cry.” These heartbreaking words come from Ramona, one of the seniors who, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, can no longer come to the Mamie George Community Center (MGCC) in Richmond each weekday for fellowship and a nutritious meal. Because of you, seniors like Ramona receive meals and groceries to keep them nourished […]

You Helped Raghad Find Employment During a Pandemic

Raghad is bright young woman and a friendly smile. She worked hard to earn her degree and was excelling in her career in her native Iraq. But, because the increasing political unrest and violence put her life in danger, she made the tough decision to flee, and with what little money she was able to […]

Hurricane Laura Information and Resources

How to Help Families Impacted by Hurricane Laura in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana Our neighbors to the East suffered significant damage due to Hurricane Laura. We are helping our fellow Catholic Charities agencies in the affected areas as much as possible. As we determine what the needs are and how we can help, we […]

How to Donate School Supplies to Children in Need

Catholic Charities is now accepting school supplies for the families we serve. You can help children in need prepare for the upcoming school year — either in person or virtually — by dropping off school supplies at our designated locations. Please see the information below for drop off information and a list of needed supplies: […]

Because of You, Chloe Could Say Goodbye to Her Husband

Chloe is 86, and prior to the COVID-19 pandemic she was living alone while her husband, Greg, resided in a long-term care facility. It wasn’t ideal, but she was able to visit him frequently. Finances were tight, but because of you, her Senior Services Case Manager was there to help her apply for Medicaid so […]

A Different Struggle: How Veterans Can Find Relief During a Pandemic

By: Patrice Hartsfield, MA, LPC; Women Veterans Program Not everyone struggles to settle into the new social norm during the pandemic. While many deal with feelings of isolation from staying home, there is a group of people that feel the world is acknowledging their social norm for the first time: veterans with combat experience who […]