Catholic Charities of Central Colorado’s Castle Rock Office (CCCR) has moved to 210 Fifth Street, Suite #100 in downtown Castle Rock, CO. The new location will be open to clients beginning Tuesday, September 6. With a new office space, CCCR can adapt to the changing needs of the poor and vulnerable in the area. Paul Narduzzo, Regional Office Director at CCCR says, “For the past three years, through the generosity of the St. Francis of Assisi parish and its pastor, Fr. Brad Noonan, we have been working out of an office at the church. However, with our year-over-year client services volume up 66%, that office is simply too small at this point, so our new space will provide a much better setting for us to serve our clients.”
CCCR will continue to offer emergency assistance, case management, and seasonal assistance – such as school supplies and winter coats. English as a Second Language classes will continue to take place at St. Francis of Assisi. CCCR is also a Douglas County Cares referral source and facilitator. With a greater capacity and higher demand for services, CCCR is now offering counseling services as well.
“A successful effort to address these needs requires us to form strong partnerships with various Douglas County departments, social services agencies and other members of the faith-based community who also perform similar work. But the effort to help mustn’t stop with just these groups…we also need the support of the public – in the form of prayers, volunteer efforts, and financial resources – to help lift the lives of our less fortunate brothers and sisters,” Paul stated.
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