2017 Board Members Meet
The 2016 Catholic Charities Board of Advisors meets for the first time this year at Sts. Peter and Paul Parish Hall in Petersburg this evening. Parishioners from Sts. Peter and Paul and Blessed Sacrament in Oakland City will gather to engage with board members and learn about how Catholic Charities serves the people of southwestern Indiana. Meet your board members:
Nancy Oskins: When I first started, I wanted to be a support for Neighbor to Neighbor. Helping people by teaching them the skills to manage their life and finances. Helping by working with Systemic change is what I believe Catholic Charities is trying to accomplish and I want to be a part of that change.
Need Help Coping?
What would you pay for a good counseling session? $19.71. That’s the average fee paid by counseling clients for a one-hour session with a Catholic Charities Licensed Social Worker. Three counselors serve hundreds of individuals, couples and families each year in Evansville, Jasper, Princeton and Vincennes.
The goal? Ease client stress; facilitate client growth to a place of positive, self-sustaining mental health. Mission accomplished. Average Outcome Rating Scale® scores exceeded national averages.
Call 812.423.5456 for an appointment at any of our four locations.
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Indiana Bishops' Pastoral Letter on Poverty and Reflection Supplement
Poverty at the Crossroads: the Indiana Bishops' Pastoral Letter on Poverty offers a wonderful perspective on how poverty impacts our state. The bishops offer a wonderful theological perspective as well as specific areas for response. The Reflection Supplement may benefit all readers as it offers a practical rode for personal growth in studying the Letter. Download the Poverty Letter here. Download the Reflection Supplement here.
Catholic Charities receives Board of Immigration Appeals Recognition!
With a BIA Accredited Representative, we will now be providing LOCAL, LOW-COST, Immigration Legal Services!
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