The Catherine McAuley Center is A Place of Welcome serving more than 700 individuals each year through a wide range of educational and supportive services.
CMC’s programs serve distinct populations; adult learners; refugees and immigrants; and women experiencing homelessness. Services are united by a common purpose of promoting the well-being and dignity of those in need and empowering individuals to achieve greater stability, self-sufficiency, community inclusion, and improved quality of life for themselves, their families, and the community as a whole.
Provides free one-on-one tutoring and small group classes to adult learners, the majority who are English language learners.
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- U.S. citizenship exam preparation
- Career pathways
- Basic math, reading, and computer literacy skills
Refugee & Immigrant Services
Provides refugee resettlement services as an affiliate of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), and a wide range of programs that help refugees and immigrants thrive in the United States.
- Refugee resettlement
- Resource and healthcare navigation
- Employment and career services
- Afterschool program for high schoolers
Provides female-responsive wraparound services for women experiencing homelessness, to help women heal from trauma and build the skills they need to maintain long-term stable housing.
- Transitional Housing
- Supportive Housing
- Aftercare Services
- Women’s Day Center
Other Client Resources
Clients at the Catherine McAuley Center also have access to supplemental services:
- Food pantry & hygiene closet
- Community garden
- CMC Kids (on-site care for children of refugee and immigrant parents while accessing CMC services)
Learn how you can take action and support CMC’s mission today.