Low-cost English as a Second Language Classes and Citizenship Classes are offered for adults at three off-site locations. Enriched childcare is available for children of ESL and Citizenship students.
Through Catholic Charities’ partnership with the El Paso County Bar Association Pro Bono Project and Pro Bono Lawyer, Dick Eitel, legal assistance is available on-site at the Marian House. Tax assistance from January to April is available through Pikes Peak United Way’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
The Life Skills & Career Development Center provides individualized assistance with personal and professional development in areas from job search to basic computer skills. Educational opportunities, such as Financial Literacy, Women’s Opportunity Workshops, on-site job fairs and interview opportunities as well as life skill mentoring and coaching are also available.