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Welcome to

Catholic Social Services

of Montgomery

Catholic Social Services, in the Archdiocese of Mobile, is an organized expression of the Church’s concern for social justice and well-being. As such, all activity is to mirror the loving care and concern of Christ for those in need. We evidence this first as professional providers of both direct and indirect services. At the same time we are called upon to act as effective advocates, leaders, prophets and consciousness raisers.

From our Clients

Jeff,

I just wanted to say Thank You so much for helping to ease my burden. It was absolutely amazing the difference it made in my life. I was able to pay a couple of bills and to buy some decent groceries. Till someone has been forced by situations to try and live off a government supplement, one deos not really know the stress that accommodates such. Thank you again, Jeff and I may call upon you again.

            – Rick

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“ I am a single mother of three. My son was in a coma for a long time and sadly he just passed away. With that unfortunate incident, I missed a lot of days work. I am a night shift cashier in one of the gas stations. I work hard and try  my best to support my family.

Recently, I came to CSS seeking for help with my very large water bill due to a leak. CSS assisted me with my water bill and also with my power bill! It was indeed a blessing. My other son is about to go back to work and he will be able to contribute to the household expenses.

I am very grateful to the CSS management and staff for helping my family. May the Lord bless the work He put in your hands…”

                        –  Nancy

 

Did you know?

September 14 is Catholic Social Services Day!
Store Hours

Mon – Fri 10am – 3:45pm

Donation Hours

Mon – Fri 10am – 2:45pm

Talking about Numbers

 Direct aid provided to 2,492 individuals
34,240 lbs of food bags delivered to elderly
1,865 home visits
$7,745 worth of clothing, furniture, identification and transportation help to 98 individuals
692 individuals helped for utilities