Who is My Neighbor?

“I want a Church which is poor and for the poor. They have much to teach us. … We need to let ourselves be evangelized by them.”

–Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, no. 198

CCS Appeal for the Poor

Please join us this year by making a financial gift of support today. You can ensure that more lives are changed, children are loved, and families are healed.

Learn how your local Catholic Charities is bringing hope and healing to those in need.

African American Elders Program

The African American Elders Program serves African-American elders in Central and Southeast Seattle and South King County. The program identifies frail, isolated and hard-to-serve African Americans and assists them in accessing and receiving needed social and health services through ongoing case management, support and referrals.

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Native Women in Recovery

Hear Ellena’s Story

The Native Women in Recovery Home is a transitional housing program for Native homeless adult women in recovery from substance abuse. Our cultural program is integral to the native women in building a solid foundation to find their place in society. We offer a safe, structured nurturing transitional home that supports the women in their recovery goals and acknowledges teachings given to us by Creator to remember the value of our native sisterhood “to treat ourselves and others with dignity, respect and compassion.”

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Video courtesy of Seattle Goodwill.

Youth Tutoring Program

Annual Report

The Youth Tutoring Program (YTP) is an after-school educational enrichment program for vulnerable first through twelfth grade students who live in six low- and mixed-income housing communities in Seattle.

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Volunteer Chore Services – King County

The Impact of Compassion

Volunteer Chore Services (VCS) began in 1981 in response to cuts in services for elders by the state legislature. The program currently works with thousands of elders and adults with disabilities statewide.

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Drexel House

A Word from Our Residents

Drexel House provides a continuum of housing care in a safe environment that fosters respect and dignity, with an emergency shelter for 16 men, 25 low-income affording furnished studio apartments for men and women transitioning into permanent housing, and 10 permanent low-income affordable furnished studio apartments for chronically homeless and disabled men and women.

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Drexel House

A Word from Our Staff 

Drexel House provides a continuum of housing care in a safe environment that fosters respect and dignity, with an emergency shelter for 16 men, 25 low-income affording furnished studio apartments for men and women transitioning into permanent housing, and 10 permanent low-income affordable furnished studio apartments for chronically homeless and disabled men and women.

Click here for more information on Drexel House.

Noel House

Noel House Programs 

Noel House Programs provides safe, comfortable shelter to a diverse community of homeless women, particularly those most vulnerable. We strive to create an environment of dignity, respect and compassion. We recognize the intrinsic value of each person and honor her unique experience.

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