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.
The organization’s 6 staff, including 3 Sisters (Sister Janice Vanderneck, Sister Valerie Zottola, and Sister Karen Stoila), and 65+ volunteers have helped more than 1,000 Latino immigrants and refugees find the health, legal, and social supports needed to survive and thrive in their new home in the Pittsburgh area.
Casa San José works to ensure immigrants and other newcomers are treated with dignity, respect, and kindness. The organization’s outreach programs promote civic engagement, educate Latinos about their legal rights, and provide mentorship opportunities for youth.
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