Catholic Charities Walla Walla (CCWW) was established as a regional office of Catholic Charities Eastern Washington in 1944, and serves its community by providing counseling services, The HUB (a teen HOPE center), PREPARES, community advocacy services, volunteer chore services, and emergency assistance.
Expecting and parenting individuals and families with children age 5 and under can access counseling, support groups for mothers and fathers and classes to help parents bond with their children.
Adults, teens and children can access individual and group therapy, peer support and case management to provide support, reduce suffering and build resiliency.
Food For All
Low-income and elderly residents can access healthy, locally grown food through farmers markets and community partners.
Affordable housing, including case management and social programming, is available to low-income seniors, veterans, people living with disabilities, farmworkers and chronically homeless individuals and families.
Documented and undocumented immigrants of all nationalities, ethnicities and religions can access affordable immigration consultations, representation and assistance.
Parish Social Ministry
Parishes, schools and organizations for Catholic Social Teaching can access information related to outreach and advocacy, solidarity, justice and service.
Seniors and adults living with disabilities can access services that allow them to live with independence and dignity.
The LOFT provides resources for temporary residence, assessment, referrals and permanency planning for street youth age 12–18.