Housing Services

Trauma-Informed Care for Housing

In Community Housing, we provide permanent supportive housing to the critically homeless...

The Many Options for Veterans

Across the country and throughout our own diocesan area, there are dozens of programs...

Housing First Model – From Surviving to Thriving

I was recently reminded of a video that was circulating...

Housing is Foundational

There is no doubt we are in the midst of unprecedented times with extraordinary...

No Veteran Left Behind

This is the fourth installment in our series on Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph’s...

Sustainable Future for Veterans

In the two most recent newsletters, we’ve covered the first two steps of the four-part...

Homelessness and Health

At any given time, approximately 97,000 Americans with disabling health conditions are homeless. Most of these individuals...

Q & A with a Veteran Outreach Specialist

According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, there are over half a million people in the...

Saint Charles Place: Permanent housing for low-income seniors

Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph was recently awarded a...

The Changing Face of Homelessness

A recent article by Michael Hobbes highlighted a not-so-well-kept secret among social service...

 

Housing Services

 

Veteran Services

Catholic Charities has a long tradition of serving our nation’s veterans. If you served in the military and are in a housing crisis or need help, call immediately.

Our veterans services programs focus on helping you find safe, permanent housing first. Then, our case managers work one-on-one with you to set a plan to enable — and empower — a successful transition to productive and healthy civilian living.

 

adoption services

Senior and Disabled Housing

Your housing needs may change as you get older. Or maybe you have a disability that requires better accessibility or special services. When you decide it’s time for you or a family member to make a move, choosing the right environment with the right services is an important decision.

Catholic Charities offers a variety of affordable living options for older adults and people with disabilities. Social service coordinators help residents with questions about insurance, medical bills and benefits.

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