About Casa San José
Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph in 2013, Casa San José is a community resource center that advocates for and empowers Latinos by promoting integration and self-sufficiency.
- Identify social service needs
- Train and educate staff and volunteers
- Advocate for Latino immigrants and their rights
- Assist with planning for services and support options
- Coordinate services and supports
- Assist with access to services, including transportation and translation
- Organize events to help Latino community become civically engaged
- Coordinate after-school educational program for elementary students
- Bridge cultural divide between Latino immigrants and service providers
- Serve as a service coordination site for immigrants and refugees in Allegheny County through a grant administered by Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Pittsburgh and with other partners:
Support Casa San José
Donations to support our work may be directed to the Sisters of St. Joseph and designated to Casa San José. To support us through the United Way, use Contributor Choice Number 11481512. Make an online donation.
If you are interested in volunteering your time and talents to support Casa San José, contact Sister Janice. Print a volunteer application.
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