Catholic Charities of Los Angeles
Since 1919, Catholic Charities of Los Angeles maintains a long tradition of serving the poor and hungry and has helped supply the basic necessities of life to the most impoverished residents of Los Angeles. Catholic Charities strives to find permanent solutions to crisis situations by offering clients the tools and resources they need to achieve greater self-reliance and stability in their lives. Today, Catholic Charities operates 24 community centers and five homeless shelters, as well as a variety of programs serving the poor including: in-home services for homebound seniors; refugee resettlement; youth employment services; counseling; affordable before-and-after-school care: immigration assistance; pre-school for low-income children; and temporary worker centers.
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