How We Help
Develop affordable, supportive housing solutions and services for individuals experiencing homelessness.
Give individuals and families a strong financial foundation for the future.
Provide counseling, pregnancy, and parenting support to families.
Support & Strengthen Families
Support refugee families and provide legal assistance to immigrants, including survivors of trafficking.
Support Survivors of Global Disruption
Protect the dignity of immigrant families, especially those at risk of separation.
Justice for Immigrants
Create solidarity through dialogue, community-building, and lasting connections.
Build Community & Lasting Connections
Supporting all God’s People
“In God’s family, where all are sons and daughters of the same Father, and, because they are grafted to Christ,
sons and daughters in the Son, there are no “disposable lives.” All men and women enjoy an
equal and inviolable dignity. All are loved by God.” – Pope Francis
We’re glad you’re here. Whether you’re looking for a way to help fill a need or you’d like to get involved with one of our many programs, Catholic Charities is the central meeting ground for support, community and assistance.
We work with everyone, regardless. Our focus is on providing what is needed for people to create healthy, fulfilling lives for themselves and their families and we have a number of programs here at Catholic Charities to make that possible.
We’re a vibrant, effective part of Oregon and we’d love you to be a part of our ever expanding family.
- Catholic Charities’ Board Member and Colleague receive honor of Portland’s 40 Under 40 - Nathan Morales Sarah Foster Nathan Morales, Perkins Coie LLP Associate, and Sarah Foster, Director of Oregon Healthiest State, received the honor of Portland Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40.” Nathan is an esteemed member of our Catholic Charities board, and Sarah works... Read More
- Kenton Women’s Village: A bridge from homelessness to hope - Kenton Women’s Village: A bridge from homelessness to hope Debbie Haskett went from living in a tent to residing in her own apartment Debbie Haskett rocks back and forth in a microsuede armchair, glancing out the balcony window at passing... Read More