Displaying items by tag: Bullhead City

“His struggles to find his place in society have been difficult. I’m so proud and happy to say, ‘Welcome home, soldier’,” Patricia Jacques, a homeless outreach specialist, said of helping a veteran and metal recipient move into his new home. When Patricia and her fellow staff members helped give back to this veteran, it was an all-hands-on-deck effort that exemplified true teamwork and compassion.

Published in Veterans

Marilyn was one of the first regular volunteers in Bullhead City, long before Catholic Charities opened its new Legacy Foundation Christine Stamper Center for Help & Hope for those experiencing homelessness. 

Published in Volunteers
Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Homeless Due to COVID-19

In July 2020, Craig and his 13 year old daughter lost their home. Craig and his daughter soon found themselves sleeping in their car.

Published in Homeless
Friday, 24 April 2020

Brother David Finds Compassion

On a cold February morning, Catholic Charities team member Patricia Jacques was on the outskirts of town doing her normal commute when she watched the wind blow 79-year-old David to the ground. She turned around to assist. Brother David, as he calls himself, was on his way home from the hospital. She agreed to give him a lift to the I-40 where he said his ride would pick him up.

Published in Homeless
Tagged under
Wednesday, 27 December 2017

A Year of Service in Bullhead City

Catholic Charities River Cities Homeless Day Center in Bullhead City, Ariz. has many unsung heroes. These everyday people choose to live a generous, yet humble life. 

Published in Homeless
Tagged under

Cathy Wilson, volunteer for Catholic Charities homeless services, uses a caring and kind approach when working with the homeless population in Lake Havasu City, Ariz.

Published in Volunteers
Monday, 14 November 2016

Walking with the Homeless

I found Gerry McClintock under the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. He had not had stable housing since 2010. He was cold, wearing only a leather vest and jeans and in a manic state. Gerry had been diagnosed with a serious mental illness in 1996.

Published in Homeless

Catholic Charities is committed to making reasonable accommodations to the special needs of individuals with disabilities meeting the eligibility requirements of all versions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) so these persons have access to available employment opportunities and services. To contact us if you are deaf or hard of hearing, please dial 7-1-1 to access the free telecommunications relay service.