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Catholic Charities Programs & Ministries

Catholic Charities Diocese of Palm Beach's mission is to help those who are the most poor and vulnerable in the five counties of the diocese through its 15 programs and ministries. Catholic Charities' programs and ministries are developed to meet the most current and pressing needs of the communities that are served. 

To learn more about each program and ministry listed below, please click on the photo album's title. If after viewing our program highlight photo albums you wish to learn more, please view our ministry and program web pages

Catholic Charities Bakhita Empowerment Program provides response to the needs of victims of all types of trafficking within Palm Beach County.

This program promotes the sanctity of life and offers pregnancy care services at its pregnancy care center locations.

Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas.

This program provides professional counseling in seven locations in three counties to adults, children, families, couples and groups.

Helping individuals and families impacted by Hurricanes Irma & Dorian.

This program provides comprehensive guardianship and case management services to those in need, emphasizing the concerns of the economically disadvantaged and those without adequate community support.

This program provides emergency services that assist individuals and families to attain economic stability and self-sufficiency through the provision of support services and appropriate referrals when necessary.

A multi-lingual, multi-cultural staff in three locations provides legal services to foreign-born individuals.

This ministry is committed to the education of Registered Nurses who are serving our community through their affiliation with churches, temples, mosques and other faith-based initiatives.

This ministry seeks to empower Catholics in the diocese to celebrate and realize the Gospel call for life, human dignity, and care for God’s creation through Catholic Social teaching formation, organized parish social ministries, and opportunities for public advocacy and action.

The Catholic Charities Prison Ministry brings the Word of God and the sacraments of the Catholic Church to men, women and juveniles who are incarcerated throughout the diocese.

This program, in conjunction with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, helps the newly arrived in the U.S. to reach self-sufficiency as quickly as possible and assists them with social and economic adjustment to their new country.

This ministry promotes life from natural conception until natural death through prayer, education, legislation and pastoral programs.

This program provides planned respite care/companionship for families/caregivers in St. Lucie County.

Samaritan Center is a transitional residential facility for homeless families in Indian River County with a structured step-based program that helps pregnant women and homeless families develop the life skills needed for successful reintegration into mainstream society.