Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Youngstown extends the love and compassion of Jesus Christ to those who are poor, vulnerable, and without hope. Through tangible assistance and other essential services, Catholic Charities affirms human dignity, meets basic human needs, strengthens families, builds communities, and empowers others to transform their lives.
Services Provided May Include
- Basic Needs Assistance (food, utilities, prescriptions, toiletries, hygiene, clothing)
- Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter
- Outreach and Ministry to Immigrant and Migrant Populations
- Pregnancy and Family Support Services
- Senior Support Services
All of the Catholic Charities’ services and programs are provided to qualifying persons regardless of faith, age, sex, race or ability to pay. You do not have to be Catholic to receive assistance at Catholic Charities.
Corporal Works of Mercy
- Feed the Hungry
- Give Drink to the Thirsty
- Clothe the Naked
- Visit the Sick
- Visit those in Prison
- Shelter the Homeless
- Bury the Dead
The Caseworker for the Guardianship Program works closely with the Guardianship Supervisor and is responsible for the delivery of direct services. The Caseworker will serve as a Guardian of Person for multiple wards of the Ashtabula County Probate Court. The Caseworker is responsible for ensuring the execution of the mission of the Agency as it relates to the implementation and development of the Guardianship Program.
The Housing and Financial Literacy position will focus on community outreach, one-on-one financial literacy education, group financial literacy education, pre-purchase counseling, and foreclosure default counseling. Continuous education on credit reporting, lending products and mortgage knowledge. Caseworker will provide assessment, advocacy and case work for low and medium income households requesting housing assistance with the end result of self-sufficiency.