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June 25, 2017 A wonderful article from Scalawag on the horrific conditions that have led thousands of children to flee their home countries in recent years, and the welcome and support they receive at the Esperanza Center. Read [...]
June 9, 2017 In the ongoing series "The Least of These," The Catholic Review examined the response of organizations in Baltimore that are working to help survivors of human trafficking, including Catholic Charities' Esperanza Center. Read the full [...]
May 30, 2017 On May 30, our colleague Helany Sinkler appeared on The Marc Steiner Show as part of a panel to discuss homelessness among area youth. Helany, who works at the Esperanza Center, offered the perspective of [...]
May 30, 2017 Catholic Charities' director of advocacy Regan Vaughan appeared with Maryland State Del. Luke Clippinger and representatives from a number of non-profits at a rally encouraging to overturn of the veto of a bill that [...]
May 18, 2017 From The Capital Gazette, a wonderful piece on Benevolent Baskets, a program provides career training and crucial job skills for the ladies at My Sister's Place Women's Center. Read the full article.
Catholic Charities’ program provided free medical services to more than 2,000 people in 2016 Media Contact: Rena Daly firstname.lastname@example.org 17 May 17 12:00 AM CDT Catholic Charities’ Esperanza Center Health Services provided medical and dental services to more than 2,000 [...]