CCC Response to Coronavirus
Our team at CCC is actively monitoring the serious risks related to coronavirus. We will remain open and continue providing the critical services that our clients rely on. Our staff is taking numerous precautions to protect themselves and our clients. We also ask that our clients, volunteers, and guests follow the recommended precautions and risk-assessment guidelines from the CDC
Whenever possible and appropriate, we encourage clients to access services by phone for ongoing case management services.
Until further notice, we will be unable to accept any donated clothes or household items at any of our locations. We will continue to accept food donations.
Please click links below for the latest program updates.
Caregiver Relief - caregiver relief services are canceled until further notice
Financial Literacy Month
At Commonwealth Catholic Charities, we believe that every individual and family can attain financial success given the right tools, information, and guidance.
At Commonwealth Catholic Charities, we work to meet a variety of needs, alleviate suffering, and restore hope, dignity, and opportunities to those in need. Our nonprofit organization provides a dynamic environment where we work on many exciting programs to improve the lives of others.
Who We Serve
At CCC, the foundational building blocks for healthy and productive lives—personal growth and healing; love and belonging; safety and security; and food, shelter, and clothing—are at the very core of the services we provide every day.
Individuals were impacted by donations of clothing, baby supplies, and food in Richmond and Roanoke.
Refugees and immigrant children and their parents were guided through the public school systems with the help of school liaisons.
Individuals received legal guardianship services, case management, Independence for Seniors services, adoption and post adoption services.
Individuals and families assisted through individual, family, and group counseling.