Lighten the Burdens: Supporting Someone Who is Hurting

March 3, 2022

March is Self-Harm Awareness Month | Please read with caution, details below image. Trigger warning: This article is intended for educational purposes and discusses topics that could be triggering to…

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Crisis Counseling Support for those affected by the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

March 1, 2022

Download this resource in English Download this resource in Ukrainian Download this resource in Russian The Disaster Distress Helpline, 1-800-985-5990, is a 24/7, 365-day-a-year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis…

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Mercy Moments: Episode One

February 28, 2022

Join Immigration Legal Assistant, Marissa Madden, in “Mercy Moments”, a weekly Lenten reflection from Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri.

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Conflict in Ukraine: Information and Resources

February 25, 2022

Our response and our Bishop’s call for prayer for the people of Ukraine

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Mid-Missouri Self Measurement of Blood Pressure program launches with locations and facilitators ready to onboard clients

February 14, 2022
Mid-Missouri Self-Management of Blood Pressure Program Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri

On Monday, local healthcare centers, community organizations, churches, and cultural ministries partnering with Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri (CCCNMO) on the Mid-Missouri Self-Management of Blood Pressure (SMBP) program launched their sites with facilitators on-hand to begin serving clients.

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Helpful tax preparation tips and resources from the IRS

February 3, 2022
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As tax preparation season begins, the IRS has developed a list of helpful resources that we’ve collected here for you, shared with us by our member agency, CCUSA.

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Top Ten: Ways to Prepare Before a Disaster

January 31, 2022

Catholic Charities Community Services has prepared this handy list of ten things you can do to prepare before a disaster.

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What to do when your mood is as gloomy as the winter sky

January 27, 2022

It is common to experience a mood shift during the colder and darker months of Fall and Winter, while symptoms can vary from person to person, mindful attention and care can counteract the “gloomies”.

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Staff Reflection: Celebrating Afghan refugee women and children through support

January 18, 2022
Frishta Aslami And Baby A

By Valerie Berta, Community Engagement Coordinator, Catholic Charities Refugee Services If you’re a Mom you know what I mean. Bad pregnancy symptoms. Taking care of children while carrying another. Wondering what tomorrow…

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News Tribune features Catholic Charities Refugee Services work settling Afghan Evacuees

January 18, 2022

Refugees finding support to help them succeed in Mid-Missouri by Joe Gamm | January 16, 2022 at 4:00 a.m. | Click here to read the full article The first Afghan refugees to…

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