Providing help. Creating hope. Serving all. Since 1933 our mission has come to life every day at Catholic Social Service. We’ve worked to promote the safety, health, and well-being of children, youth, families, and seniors in Southern Arizona.
Catholic Social Service’s diverse programs touch the youngest to the oldest among us.
We help infants get a good start by providing pregnancy counseling for mothers-to-be. Our group home offers safety and guidance for pregnant teens, young mothers, and infants.
When birthparents sense they are not ready to raise a child, we create hope by accepting their newborns for adoptive placement. For foster children who will not return to their parents, we help to create loving, permanent families.
For children removed from their homes, we have foster families waiting. Our parent aides supervise visits between foster children and their parents with the goal of a return home.
We help seniors and individuals with disabilities live with dignity and independence by providing nutritious meals and case management services.
We also welcome our newest neighbors. Refugees build new lives. Immigrant families reunite. Asylum seekers and victims of trafficking and domestic violence get legal assistance. Permanent residents obtain U.S. citizenship.