About Us

For over 70 years, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has provided social services to people in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Alpine, and Mono counties. We believe in the inherent dignity of each person and create services that support families and enhance the quality of life for all members of the community regardless of race, age, or religion. 
 

Today, Catholic Charities administers direct social services and advocacy through a variety of programs for the most vulnerable and under represented citizens of our communities. 

While we serve the Diocese of Stockton region, we are not directly funded by the Diocese or the Parishes associated with the Diocese of Stockton.  As a 501(c)3  non-profit our programs and services are funded through grants, foundations, and the generosity of our communities.  

We make a living by what we get.

We make a life by what we give! 

-Winston Churchill   

Our Mission

Catholic Charities partners with others in advocating for justice and in assisting those in need by providing help for today and hope for tomorrow.

 

Our Vision

In accordance with Catholic Social Teaching, Catholic Charities commits to providing advocacy and social services that maintain and expand the social safety net for families and individuals.  Catholic Charities envisions that the dignity of each person is upheld and poverty is reduced as Catholic Charities responds in concert with collaborating partners in the region of the Diocese of Stockton. 

Help support the most vulnerable today!

San Joaquin County

Stockton (Main)

1106 N. El Dorado St.

Stockton, CA 95202

209-444-5900

Stanislaus County

Modesto (New Location)

1506 H Street

Modesto, CA 95354

209-529-3784

Mother Lode

Sonora

88 Bradford Street

Sonora, CA 95370

209-532-7632

St. Anne's Place

531 W. Lockeford St.

Lodi, CA 95240

209-224-8506

Email: info@ccstockton.org   |   Tax ID #: 94-1629114

Over 19,000 Individuals

Served Each Year!

Seniors with transportation, homemaker services, case management services, and elder abuse prevention.

Veterans and their families housed

individuals with access to health
care, counseling and parenting services, nutrition education,

Low income families with health care access

Immigrants with

legal services and 
citizenship