Our Programs & Services
Outpatient programs and services for children, adults, and families. Individual and group therapy helps clients to address problems associated with trauma, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, anger management, victimhood of crime, and other mental health issues. Culturally and linguistically competent.Learn More
Children & Youth
High-quality, accredited, and affordable childcare and school readiness programs for infants, toddlers, and pre-K. Full-day, full-year, bilingual. Early childhood programs meet rigorous national standards in education, health, and safety. Comprehensive youth development programs for teens emphasize academics, leadership, and civic engagement.Learn More
Safe, nurturing, and empowering programs for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Includes day program and group residences supervised 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Individualized approach accommodates special needs of each person, encourages acquisition and development of skills, and includes vocational training and community engagement.Learn More
Committed to addressing needs of individuals 55 years and older in community setting. Provides enriching and rewarding programs and services, including opportunities to socialize, develop learning experiences, engage in recreational activities, and emphasize health and wellness. Bilingual and multicultural. Serving seniors across Hartford.Learn More
Neighborhood-based, community-focused. Built on principles of parent empowerment and leadership. Provide comprehensive array of programs that help children to grow and develop, parents to achieve personal and educational goals, and families to grow in strength and stability.Learn More
Our agency offers records search services for adult adoptees interested in learning about, connecting with, or reuniting with birthparents. Services also for biological siblings of adoptees, birthparents and adoptive parents.Learn More
Proudly working in partnership with Hartford Public Schools to support students and families. Focus on needs of whole child, providing resources to support academic, health, and social development. Services include extended-day programming, summer programming, and family supportive services.Learn More
Supports urgent needs of individuals and families experiencing a crisis. Provides case management, advocacy, and basic human needs such as food, clothing, utilities assistance, and rental assistance. Funding by Archbishop’s Annual Appeal ensures confidential line of assistance for pastors to support parishioners.Learn More
Parenting Education Program (PEP) is a court-mandated class for parents undergoing divorce, annulment, separation, custody, or visitation proceedings. Designed to help parents to understand impact of this change in the lives of their children and to help all members of the family to effectively and healthily adjust to new family structure.Learn More
Other Ways We Help
Supportive Housing Case Management
Catholic Charities provides supportive services to residents of two housing developments established for individuals and families at risk of homelessness. Such supportive services include health and wellness, substance abuse management and recovery, vocational and employment services, financial education, case management, life skills, and advocacy of case management and supportive services.
809 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT
Francis Xavier Plaza
605 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, CT
Migration, Refugee, & Immigration Services
For many years, Catholic Charities resettled hundreds of refugees in Greater Hartford, promoting the dignity, self-sufficiency, and human potential of those in need. With a variety of multicultural and multilingual services, we offered support to families during the long process of adjusting to their new surroundings and becoming active participants in their communities. Unfortunately, this program ended in 2022 due to funding challenges. While we no longer offer immigration-specific programs, we assist people of all faiths and backgrounds in our communities in whatever situation they find themselves. We are also a resource for other organizations that offer immigration services.
Disaster Relief Services
Following the disaster of Hurricane Maria in September 2017, Catholic Charities was among the local nonprofit agencies that organized to assist thousands of families from Puerto Rico who chose Connecticut to be one of their places of refuge. Employees across our agency offered support and necessary social services, including food, clothing, employment search assistance, transportation, and school enrollment. In March 2018, Catholic Charities assumed the lead role in coordinating continuance of case management and supportive services.
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Catholic Charities serves people of all faiths and backgrounds. Please reach out if you or someone you care about is in need of assistance.Contact Us Today