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Mitzvah Project Benefits PHDVS Safe House

January 6, 2015

Special thanks to Marissa (pictured at right) who recently conducted a wish list drive to benefit Providence House Domestic Violence Services (PHDVS) of Catholic Charities in Burlington County. As her Mitzvah Project with Adath Emanu-El of Mt. Laurel, she created 300 brochures explaining her project …

Help Teens Make New Choices!

December 1, 2014

Catholic Charities is launching its first social networking campaign to generate much-needed support for New Choices, an afterschool addiction treatment program with a 90% success rate.
Spread the word, visit and share with your friends! You can also download the Indiegogo App and make a donation right …

IFSS Gives Thanks a Little Early

November 25, 2014

Catholic Charities’ Intensive Family Support Services (IFSS) recently held its annual Thanksgiving gathering for IFSS families. Nearly 50 people, who are caregivers of relatives with mental illness, were treated to a special Thanksgiving meal and provided a few hours of respite along with a chance …

2015 Walk of Hope Planning Kicks Off!

November 12, 2014

Planning has officially begun for the 2015 Walk of Hope to benefit Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton. Help Catholic Charities continue its mission of reducing poverty, promoting recovery and strengthening families by joining the 2nd Annual Walk of Hope!
This year’s Walk of Hope will be held …

Local Journalist Offers a Unique Perspective on Addiction

November 6, 2014

At Governor Christie’s press conference held at Catholic Charities in October announcing the NJ Addiction Task Force, scores of journalists asked questions regarding the new initiative.
However, one reporter listened quietly and left the press conference without asking any questions of the Governor. The story he …

Help Still Available for Sandy Victims

October 31, 2014

Where were you two years ago this week?
It has been two years since Hurricane Sandy slammed New Jersey, for most of us this marks an anniversary we would prefer to forget. The good news is that help is STILL available! Call Catholic Charities’ Disaster Case Management Program …

MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce honors Catholic Charities for Community Impact

October 27, 2014

The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce has announced its 2015 class of Hall of Fame winners to be celebrated at its Annual Awards Dinner on April 23, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Princeton.
Honorees are recognized by the Chamber for outstanding achievements and contributions to the central …

Governor Christie Holds Press Conference at Catholic Charities

October 10, 2014

Governor Chris Christie announced the formation of a new task force to carry out addiction prevention and treatment initiatives at a press conference held at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton on October 9.
He made the announcement and introduced the Task Force members after spending nearly …

Mary Pettrow from Providence House interviewed by 6 ABC

October 8, 2014

People in South Jersey came together Friday to remember the victims of domestic violence. The event in Burlington County is a chance to honor their memory, but organizers also hope to raise awareness about an issue that exists in our community every day.
For the interview …

“Lisa’s Law” Reintroduced at Start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 3, 2014

As we begin Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Catholic Charities would like to recognize Assemblyman Troy Singleton for his continued support of “Lisa’s Law” – a pilot program that would track certain domestic violence offenders using GPS devices.
Yesterday, our own Mary Pettrow, Associate Director of Providence House …

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