"With the goal of providing high-quality immigration services that lead to legal immigration status for those eligible, Catholic Charities of Orange County is now providing low-cost and no-cost assistance. Services provided by the Santa Ana-based nonprofit’s Department of Justice-accredited immigration counselors are offered in Spanish, Vietnamese, French, Tagalog and English."
LA REANUDACIÓN DE LOS BENEFICIOS MIGRATORIOS TAMBIÉN INCLUYE A JÓVENES INDOCUMENTADOS QUE HAN VIVIDO EN ESTADOS UNIDOS DESDE EL 15 DE JUNIO DE 2007
AS THE PANDEMIC CONTINUES, LOCAL CATHOLIC ORGANIZATIONS FOCUS ON NEW WAYS TO HELP THOSE IN NEED
“As a catholic, how do you say ‘no’ to feeding the hungry? We are all called to serve everyone in need,” says Ellen Roy, the new executive director of Catholic Charities of Orange County (CCOC)...
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Total number of people served at our Doris Cantlay Food Distribution Center (January-June 2020)
Pre-pandemic = 29,018 people served
During the pandemic = 197,584 people served (and counting +)