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with retired pope, canonizes Sts.
John and John Paul

Meet our soon-

Catholic family
flees to America to
avoid persecution

A Family to Family

the numbers

3 questions

Changing role
of today's
Catholic women

Parish groups
enrich faith,
spiritual growth

objective: grow
in holiness

Catholic Daughters
aim to aid priestly

Sisterly care at
heart of Young
Ladies Institute

KOC affiliate
supports Knights

Strong group aids
St. John

'Laughter, tears,

of Contra Costa

Pope says women
must have voice


Rev. Gary Klauer, OFM Conv.

James Barnes

Tri-Valley KOC
honors firefighters,
law enforcement

Holy week
procession grows
into Mexico's largest
such event

Music concert
benefits St. Joseph

placeholder May 5, 2014   •   VOL. 52, NO. 9   •   Oakland, CA
CCEB by the numbers

• 1,173 families in crisis received housing counseling, rental assistance, eviction prevention and financial assistance.

• 507 low-income families were helped in filing their taxes and received $780,000 in income tax refunds.

• 351 families received help from Food Stamp outreach.

40 seniors were helped through the Monument Corridor Senior Program.

• 11 families were helped with jobs, transportation and social support with parish-based volunteer teams.

• 175 people received training through Project ACCESS, providing Early Childhood Education job-training services and the Bilingual Medical Training Program. 100 additional clients learned English as a Second Language.

• 150 parents and children in North Richmond improved their parenting skills via the Family Literacy Program.

• More than 500 refugees were resettled through Refugee Resettlement and Employment services.

• 340 immigrants were helped on the path to citizenship by Immigration Legal Services.

• 1,450 immigrant and refugee seniors were provided social support through Multicultural Seniors Services Network.

• 436 people impacted by violent crime. Intensive Crisis Counseling: working as part of the Measure Y collaborative.

• 146 clients focused on increasing emotional resilience.

• 148 families in 17 diocesan schools received school counseling served.

• 700 youth through Restorative Justice practices, and trained 40 adults in these practices Worked to derail the school-to-jail pipeline for over.

• 6 families received parent education and family support to keep children in the homes.

• 16,548 people in need of Information and referral services served.

Source: 2012 figures from www.cceb.org

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