Youville House - Catholic Charities Worcester County
133 Granite Street
Worcester, MA - 01604
Older and disabled adults maintain their independence by receiving home care services while others enjoy the companionship of our volunteer visitors.
Low-income seniors learn new job skills by working at numerous area agencies as senior aides.
Homebound elders and people who would otherwise be alone enjoy Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners with the aid of many volunteers.
Families receive emergency assistance, food and help with budgeting skills to prevent homelessness, while others find useable, wearable clothing at the Catholic Charities boutique.
Parents and children find emergency shelter and transitional services at Catholic Charities Youville House and at the Little Brown House through Catholic Charities partnership with Street, Mary’s Parish.
Women of all ages receive post-abortion counseling through Project Rachel.
Many parents and children benefit from the encouragement and instruction of parent aides.
A child completed his journey to his adoptive family, while prospective adoptive families are helped to access adoption services. Many others locate their adoptive histories.
Adult learners, assisted by volunteer tutors, pursue educational and life goals through improved literacy.
Refugee and immigrant youngsters are tutored after school weekly by college students through a partnership between Catholic Charities and the African Community Project.
Families discover strength by building life skills through our Family Resource Center group services.