Our Work

Among our programs are:

  • counseling and support services for at-risk youth and their families
  • programs for the elderly
  • educational programs for children with special needs
  • psychological and psychiatric help for those with mental illness
  • job training
  • affordable, high-quality early childhood education to children in Newark, Bloomfield and Elizabeth
  • emergency shelter for the homeless and for those who are HIV-positive
  • affordable housing for low-income families
  • adoption services

Adult Services
Behavioral Health Services
Children & Family Services
Community Access & Volunteer Services
HIV/Aids Services
Housing Services
Immigration Services
Transportation Solutions
Workforce Development
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Performance Analysis Reports

We are pleased to share with you our most recent Performance Analysis Reports. This annual analysis is the end result of comprehensive evaluations conducted by agency program management and staff in the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, Mount Carmel Guild Behavioral Health System, and the Mount Carmel Guild Schools Corporation. In addition to providing our Trustees and stakeholders with a comprehensive reporting of agency mission-related activities and accounting for the use of public and private investments in our agency, the information in this report is used to meet accreditation requirements for an all-inclusive annual analysis; to provide data for funding applications, communications, annual reports, marketing, and strategic planning; to train staff; and to set performance improvement targets for the coming year.
Catholic Charities - FY 2015-2016

John Westervelt
Chief Executive Officer

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