Catholic Charities Archdiocese of St. Louis
Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Saint Louis is one of the largest private providers of social services in the state of Missouri. Organized as a federation, Catholic Charities is comprised of eight agencies offering more than 100 programs to assist, on average, more than 140,000 poor and impoverished people annually. Since 2007, Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Saint Louis has been utilizing CTK software for its community service and case management tracking and reporting requirements.
Community Services Provided by Volunteers and Staff
Catholic Charities agencies, including more than 5,700 volunteers, are dedicated to providing community services in the greater St. Louis area. These services support countless children, women, and men who do not have enough to eat; who are deprived of adequate education, housing, or employment; or, who suffer the trauma of abuse or neglect. With the help of CTK software, over 100 staff and volunteers from 25 different programs serve children, families, and seniors.
Family and Community Services Provision
St. Louis family and community services agencies work with Archdiocesan and other social service agencies and health care facilities to minister to the needs of the underserved in their communities. Each center offers a variety of programs to meet the specific needs of the people in their service area. Several family and community services agencies are located throughout Greater St. Louis.