While CMC’s programs serve distinct populations – immigrants, refugees, and women experiencing crisis – they are united by a common purpose of promoting the well-being and dignity of individuals in need, as Catherine McAuley did.

Through the Adult Basic Education and Refugee & Immigrant Services Programs, the Center offers one-on-one tutoring and small group learning opportunities to adult learners, and provides refugees and immigrants with employment-readiness education and job-seeking support, as well as assistance navigating community resources like transportation, healthcare, and housing. Through the Transitional Housing Program, women who have experienced trauma find individualized support, basic needs assistance, and therapeutic and skill-building opportunities.

These educational and supportive services offered at the Center help people achieve greater stability, community inclusion, and improved quality of life. We invite you to explore the ways you can contribute to a welcoming community by volunteering or giving to the Catherine McAuley Center.