Catholic Charities of the Piedmont

 
General Information
Description of ProgramCatholic Charities of the Piedmont helps individuals in the Piedmont region of South Carolina who are in need. An emphasis is placed on lower income and homeless persons. Direct services and advocacy are provided by staff or volunteers or they are purchased in the community. Services are provided according to funds and resources available to the Charity at the time a request is made.
LocationGreenville
Geographic AreaAbbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, Union
Intake ProcedureClients must demonstrate a need for services. If the client meets the eligibility requirements, they will be given an appointment to come in and complete the intake paperwork required. Once the intake paperwork is completed, the client will be rendered immediate services as appropriate.
Intake RequirementsPicture ID, Proof of Income
 
Client Information
Languages SpokenEnglish
EligibilityClients must meet the income requirements, and provide the necessary documentation upon intake.
 
Availability
Hours of OperationOffice hours are Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm. Closed on Diocesan holidays.
 
Contact Information
Contact's NameDcn. Gabriel Cuervo
Contact's PositionRegional Coordinator
Contact's Phone(864) 242-2233
Contact's Emailgcuervo@catholic-doc.org
Physical Site Address 1204 Douthit Street
Physical Site Address 2Suite A1
Physical Site City, State, ZipGreenville, SC 29601
Main Phone(864) 242-2233
Hotline Phone(855) 377-1357
Other Phone(843) 531-5535 (The Diocese of Charleston)
Fax(864) 242-1387
Program Emailcatholiccharities@catholic-doc.org
Web Addresswww.charitiessc.org
 
Director Information
Director's NameCaroline Weisberg
Director's PositionDirector of Catholic Charities
 
Affiliated Agency and Services
Affiliated Agency:
Catholic Charities of the Piedmont
This Program: Catholic Charities of the Piedmont
Affiliated Services: Companion (Sitter)
Dental Services
Volunteer Opportunities