Adoption and Foster Care
Are you pregnant and needing options for adoption? Are you considering providing foster care or adopting a child, teen or siblings? Are you willing to give of yourself for someone waiting to join a loving family? There are many children in Michigan from newborn to age 18 who need a caring, supportive, and long term family situation or to be adopted into a loving family. St. Joseph answered this call and we invite you to consider becoming a foster or adoptive parent.
Mental and Behavioral Health Counseling
Are you worried about changes in your life? Do you want to improve your marriage and your relationships with your children? Experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression, alcohol or drugs? Have you come into some problems recently and are unsure how to cope? Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is here to help. In 2014, we provided care for 4,000 clients at 8 convenient locations.
Family Support Services
Do you need help with your parenting skills? Want to learn more about child rearing? Are you pregnant and in need of prenatal planning and help in preparing for the arrival of your baby? Could you benefit from job search assistance? Experiencing difficulty in your day-to-day life and don’t know where to turn? Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM) offers a variety of services to help you and your family.
Are you looking for help acclimating to American life and culture? Do you need to further your education? Would you like to begin the immigration process? Could you benefit from learning financial, job, or life management skills? Would your children benefit from help with school? Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is here to help with our La Casa Amiga Hispanic Outreach services. In 2013, we served over 4,000 people. We would like to help you, too.
Immigration and Refugee Services
Are you rebuilding your life in America? Have you recently immigrated to the United States and need help with acclimating into a new culture? Are you resettling here after war, political or religious persecution, or national disaster altered your ability to reside in your country of origin? Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM) welcomes you and offers help to begin your life here. The Archdiocese of Detroit began providing services to refugees during the Vietnam War era. Since then, more than 16,000 refugees have been helped through the compassion and generosity of the Catholic faithful in the Detroit Archdiocese.
Services for Seniors
Are you a senior who could use a helping hand? Are you caring for an aging person? Are you 55 or older and interested in volunteering? Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM) has several services for seniors, as well as a dynamic volunteer program for people 55 years or older. Last year, we served over 4,500 seniors through adult day services and senior volunteer services.
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