1,232,105 million minutes of hope - behavioral health

Depression and self-esteem issues became so debilitating for Scot that he rarely got out of bed the entire summer of 2010.  Although he continued to work from home, his anxiety increased. On top of that, he was having financial problems because his clients were not paying for the work he provided. He was close to becoming a total reculse and shut-in until that moment when his mother asked him to call Catholic Charities for help. 

Find out how Catholic Charities therapist, Susan Walsh, helped Scot and how he is doing today by reading his full story in our 2013 Annual Report.

Scot is one of 27,647 individuals who came to us for help in 2013...a year where 6,251,759 minutes of service (hope) were given, thanks to our supporters. 


Rarin' up for our 12th annual golf outing - june 16

We're working on it! Please go to our Golf Page for all of event information







Birthmother Retreat - May 3




shop amazon smile and earn money for catholic charities

Now you can shop the same great Amazon but with a smile on your face because now a .5% of every purchase of your eligible make on AmazonSmile purchase will come back to Catholic Charities to support our programs. Start shopping at smile.amazon.com and search for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, or click on the logo and it will take you right there.

Shop, shop and shop some more!

fr. dave attends 3rd annual CCUSA poverty summit

 On Wednesday, April 2, 2014, Catholic Charities' Executive Director, The Very Rev. David Bergner, joined other Catholic Charities directors and leadership from several of the nation’s largest humanitarianorganizations, key policymakers, educators and academics joined together to discuss solutions and the best paths forward to educate, innovate and act to reduce poverty in communities across the country. Read more.


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