CHRISTOPHER PLACE EMPLOYMENT ACADEMY
Christopher Place Employment Academy provides training for job readiness, career and interpersonal skills, and independent living to formerly homeless men. The residential program assists participants with finding and maintaining full-time employment at a living wage and stable, permanent housing Services
- Job readiness training
- Resume preparation
- Employment placements
- Case management
- Substance abuse
- Retention services
- Adult basic education
Provided 310 men with job skills training, employment and independent living assistance. Program maintains a 95 percent successful job placement record.
Associated Catholic Charities, Inc.
320 Cathedral Street | 3rd Floor | Baltimore, MD 21201-4421
(410) 261-5800 | FAX (410) 576-2179
Web Site: www.catholiccharities-md.org
BEYOND THE BOUNDARIES
Archdiocese of Baltimore Working Together for the Common Good of the Region. Click Here for More Information.
ALWAYS OUR CHILDREN
A Pastoral Message to Parents of Homosexual Children And Suggestions for Pastoral Ministers
A Statement of the Bishops' Committee on Marriage and Family National Conference of Catholic Bishops
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Deacon Paul A. Weber
Director: Archdiocesan Ministry to Gay and Lesbian Catholics
WHEN YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS, CALL ANSWERS FOR THE AGING
It's a Free confidential phone service for older adults, their families, friends and caregivers that can help you...
- Identify available resources
- Connect with important services
- Make the most informed decisions
Answers For The Aging (Answers You Can Trust)
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES
Did you know?
- According to the FBI, 1 out of every 4 women is a victim of domestic violence at least once in her lifetime.
- In 55% of the cases where men are assaulting their partners, they are also assaulting their children. The battered mother may be suffering from such physical and psychological injuries that she cannot meet the needs of her children appropriately.
- The Surgeon General of the United States reports that 1 out of 5 women battered by their partners have been victimized over and over again by the same person.
- The American Medical Association defines domestic violence as an ongoing, debilitating experience of physical, psychological, and/or sexual abuse.
- The leading cause of injury for women age 15 to 44 is domestic violence.
- People of all socio-economic classes, races, religions, ethnic backgrounds, and sexual orientations can be victims of domestic violence.
- Many battered women do leave their abusers permanently and succeed in building a life free of violence.
Go to the Archdiocese web site http://www.archbalt.org/marriage-family/
HOW TO TALK TO A FRIEND WHO'S HAD AN ABORTION
Project Rachel, Archdiocese of Baltimore For help call: 410-354-6900 or visit our web site at http://www.hopeafterabortion.com or The National Office of Post-Abortion Reconciliation and Healing web site http://www.marquette.edu/um/pastoral/rachel/
Alcoholism is a family disease. Living with the effects of someone else's drinking is too devastating for most people to bear without help. In Al-Anon we learn individuals are not responsible for another person's disease or recovery from it. If you are bothered by someone's drinking, Al-Anon is for you! If you have further questions, you can call Peggy at 410-282-8891 or the parish office.