Providing resettlement services that will help refugees gain self-sufficiency as quickly as possible after arrival in the United States
Providing 1000 people with emergency food assistance every month
Providing home-based services for seniors
Providing professional pregnancy counseling and complete adoption services to individuals and families
Providing counseling in many areas to assist people in dealing with a wide range of situations and stressors
Quality, educationally-based child care to children of all religions, ethnic backgrounds, and income levels
Providing safe, structured, exchanges and supervised visits with non-custodial parents
Providing opportunities for young parents to meet and share the commitment of being a loving and caring parent
Mark your calendar for Catholic Social Services’ annual Jazz Party extravaganza and plan to Celebrate!
The 2013 event was a sell-out, raising more than $100,000 for CSSMV’s adoption, pregnancy counseling and foster care programs. This year’s event, the 19th Annual Jazz Party, is slated for November 21 at the Moraine Country Club. It’s a party that promises great food, dancing to the sounds of This Side Up, a wonderful silent auction, and lots of fun and fellowship.
For more information, to become an event sponsor or to purchase individual tickets, contact Laurie Cornett Cross at (937) 223-7217 ext. 1141 or email@example.com. Tickets and sponsorships are also available online, at www.cssmv.org/events. (Click on Jazz Party.)
Catholic Social Services extends a special and sincere THANKS to Jazz Party Committee Chairperson Mary Gearhardt and her dedicated committee: Ann Becker, Mary Anne Dudon, Margaret “Boots” Gottschlich, Janet Graul, Marilyn Hart, Collette Herbig, Linda Lopez, Marianne McFall, Marcia Meyer, Sue Perry, Anita Rankin, Laura Thimons, Sylvia Tillar, Donna Trentman, Kit Wymer and Becky York.
The Christmas holiday is a joyous occasion filled with excitement and anticipation. For many though, the holidays are a very stressful time of year due to financial hardship. There is a tremendous need in our community to help those less fortunate, and Catholic Social Services has developed a program to address this need.Learn more... >