The Hunger, Homeless & Outreach Program provides emergency services that assist individuals and families to attain economic stability and self-sufficiency through the provision of support services and appropriate referrals when necessary. The intent of emergency services is to address the presenting crisis, while at the same time, assessing and identifying the circumstances that led to the need for these services. Emergency support services include provisions of food, transportation and when available, assistance with rent and utility payments for those facing short term situational crisis. Referrals are made to other Catholic Charities programs as well as other social service organizations within the community service area. The Hunger, Homeless & Outreach Program also administers the Catholic Charities Angel Food SNAC (Serving Nutrition to Area Children) Program which provides nutritious weekend meals to over 300 children throughout the diocese.
For more information, please view this program's web pages.