Here to Offer a Hand Up.
When you are in a crisis, it’s hard to see beyond to the next meal or this month’s rent. Catholic Charities is committed to helping individuals and families get through difficult times which often result in a lack of food, difficulties paying the rent or electricity bill, inability to pay for needed medication, or other basic needs not being met.
Our staff works with you to identify your needs and knows the relevant services that may help you and your family.
Serving people of all faiths and backgrounds
Connect you to helpful community resources
Follow up, support and encouragement to help you through
Here to Support Parents.
Whether you are a new parent or need help getting things back on track, Catholic Charities is here to teach you valuable skills, nurture your confidence & help build a more peaceful family environment through the tried and true Love and Logic® program.
Learn to set limits without anger or threats
FREE classes start again May 31. Register at email@example.com or 712.252.4547.
Here for First Responders.
Catholic Charities is part of the Iowa CIST (Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team) network and here to help First Responders following traumatic events. You give selflessly to take care of others. It is our honor to offer this care to you.
Develop coping skills to the reactions following a traumatic event
Utilize grounding techniques
Here along Your Grieving Journey.
Suicide Support Group
If you have lost someone close to you by suicide, we are here to help you heal. Through this group, we will provide hope and support for moving forward in your journey through grief and loss. You'll find a caring, comfortable and confidential setting in which you can listen, share and connect with others to build an on-going support system.
For anyone 18 or older who has lost a loved one by suicide 30 days or longer ago
Move forward on your healing journey
Build a long-term network of support
Here For Those Grieving After An Abortion.
Our licensed, compassionate mental health professionals offer counseling services through Project Rachel, a ministry of the Catholic Church to care for anyone affected by abortion. It's never too late. You are not alone. Peace and hope are possible.
For women, men, parents, grandparents or anyone coping with the effects of abortion
Whether the abortion was yesterday or 20 years ago, we are here to help you
Also visit HopeAfterAbortion.org or https://esperanzaposaborto.org/
Enriching the lives of our newest neighbors.
A partnership between The Diocese of Sioux City, Mary J. Treglia Community House, and Catholic Charities to help our immigrant, asylum, and refugee neighbors by assisting with legal and case management services.