2012 - 2013 Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) Results: 9 Local Organizations Awarded $59,000
9 organizations within the Archdiocese of Detroit have been awarded grants totaling $59,000 from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) to fight hunger and help people in need.
Hope Hospitality and Warming Center, Inc.
A low barrier, cold weather seasonal shelter that serves the homeless while providing services that encourages acceptance, compliance and ultimately leads to self-sufficiency.
Imago Dei CPC
Is a "pro-life" advocacy program that helps women in crisis with spiritual and physical needs as an alternative to abortion. The program offers counseling, prenatal information, parenting classes and free pregnancy tests.
Infant Mortality Program
Helps at risk pregnant women; provides educational/literacy services to young parents and adults within the Highland Park community.
Jail and Outreach Ministry (JOM)
Serves individuals affected by crime; victims, offenders, families of both, and the community.
On the Rise Bakery
A bakery training program for men seeking to re-enter the community after having experienced bouts of homelessness or incarceration.
South Oakland Shelter
Program to enable homeless individuals achieve self-sufficiency, stability and employment.
St. Aloysius Canticle Café Productions
Help assist participants in the development of practical working skills to prepare individuals for possible entry into future employment.
St. Christine Christian Services
Supplies Detroit's Brightmoor community with provisions, educational and medical services for young and old alike.
St. Dominic Outreach Center
The homeless, unemployed and working poor receive food, clothing and no-cost bus tickets. Also provides cribs/mattress sets to mothers.