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Our Services

Food Assistance

Catholic Charities – St. Augustine Regional office offers food assistance at its St. Augustine’s office. Those who receive food include families, individuals, seniors on fixed incomes, persons with disabilities or chronic illness, victims of violence and emergency situations, employed individuals who need a supplement, or anyone who cannot afford to purchase enough food to adequately meet their nutritional needs. The food distributed by the Catholic Charities Pantry is obtained through the generosity of the community, including food drives and monetary donations from individuals, businesses and organizations. Our hope is that no family or person goes to sleep hungry.

The Food Pantry Hours of Operation:

Mondays – 10 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 3 pm

Wednesdays – 10 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 3 pm

Please bring an official photo ID, such as a driver’s license.

Back Roads Program

The Back Roads Program (mobile food pantry) will address the lack of transportation and other low-income barriers by the delivery of food to the remote parts of our three counties (Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns).  We will target the areas that are designated as food deserts by the USDA with “low access to transportation” and “low access to food”.  We will be working with local libraries, community centers, churches, parishes and other outreach organizations which will help us to identify those in need and those areas in needs.

Weekend Hunger Backpack Program

The Weekend Hunger Backpack Program addresses local food insecurity by sending home a bag each week filled with nutritious kid-friendly food to feed an elementary or middle school child.  With help from the school district staff, children are identified by their participation in the federal school meal assistance program.  Each week we organize volunteers to help stuff recyclable bags with uniformed shelf-stable and nutritious food and other items and then deliver these bags to the schools every Thursday so that the school can in turn distribute before the weekend.  Extra food is included on longer breaks such as three-day weekends, holidays and spring break.

We gladly accept donations of non-perishable food items from the community.

The following are some of our most urgently needed items:

  • Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • Macaroni and Cheese
  • Cereal – Hot and Cold
  • Pasta and Spaghetti Sauce
  • Canned Goods – Vegetables, fruits, soups, tuna, meats
  • Dried Beans / Rice
  • Diapers

Homeless Prevention

Are you in danger of becoming homeless or experiencing a financial crisis due to circumstances beyond your control?

Catholic Charities is committed to providing the basic needs necessary to prevent homelessness. A crisis situation can threaten families already living from paycheck to paycheck when an unexpected illness, loss of employment or other family crisis impacts finances already stretched too far. Our Homeless Prevention Program is open to families with children, households that are homeless, clients referred from other agencies that have worked with the family/individual, households or individuals who have experienced domestic violence in the past 30 days and families with children that are secondary tenants. Services available include:

  • Rent and mortgage assistance
  • Utility payments
  • Rent and utility deposits
  • Rental application fees

St. Augustine Regional Office

Serving those in need in St. Johns, Putnam & Flagler Counties

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Catholic Charities puts faith into action to serve the most vulnerable in our community, advocating for justice, human dignity and quality of life, while reflecting the compassion of God in Christ.

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Ph: (904) 829-6300
Em: info@ccbstaug.org
3940 Lewis Speedway
The Davis Building
Suite 2103
St. Augustine, FL 32084


Education: Project Forward Families 

Project Forward Families will transform lives for single mothers and their families through education. The program provides financial assistance to low-income, single, female heads of households enrolled in First Coast Technical College. By providing comprehensive case management and reducing childcare and transportation barriers, Catholic Charities will enable participants to obtain job skills training, a certificate and economic empowerment in less than two years.

Project Forward Families applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Single female head of household age 25 or older with at least one child under the age of 13
  • St. Johns County resident
  • Household income at or below 200% poverty guidelines
  • High school degree or General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
  • Enrolled in a 2019-2020 First Coast Technical College career or technical degree/certificate program

Enrollment is limited to 10 women during the 2019–2010 school year.

To apply for the program, download the Project Forward Families Application and return the completed application. Please contact ProjectForwardFamilies@ccbstaug.org with questions.

Funding for Project Forward Families is provided by a grant from the Women’s Giving Alliance of The Community Foundation of Northeast Florida to break the cycle of female poverty.

Adoption and Pregnancy Counseling

As a licensed child placing agency, Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc., Diocese of St. Augustine has been a leader in the adoption field since the first Florida office opened in Jacksonville in 1943.

The Adoption and Pregnancy Counseling Program provides services and advocacy for women with unplanned pregnancies. In accordance with the church’s teaching to respect life, our services are designed to help preserve and protect the life of the child, to provide care and nurturing for women and their children, and to assist in the building up of families through adoption.

The services of this program are:

  • Life-affirming pregnancy counseling to clients that may include education and referrals.
  • Adoption services to pregnant women and adoptive families with the focus on securing the best parenting plan for the child.
  • Post- legal adoption services including lifetime counseling to birth mother as needed and search assistance as requested by any member of the adoption triad.
  • Home Studies to couples that are seeking adoption with other adoption agencies and attorneys are need.
  • Foster care services to infants awaiting placement.
  • Adoption education to the community.

Please visit the Caring Choices website or call (866) 901-9647 for more information.

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