COVID-19: Donation & Resource Guide

Catholic Charities offices have resumed regular hours

Welcome to the resource page for Catholic Charities response to the coronavirus crisis. COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease #19) is a disaster every bit as much as a hurricane! If you would like to help financially, you can do so immediately below:

Update – effective June 1, Hillsborough Hope

Catholic Charities partnership with the City of Tampa to create a temporary encampment for 100 homeless adults is coming to a close and has been a great success. For the past 60+ days we have worked with these men and women to begin the process of housing them in order to return them to the path of self-sufficiency. For an update, check here.

Catholic Charities offices hours – All our offices are now open and operating regular hours. Call your the office of the program in which you are interested with any questions. Email catholic.charities@ccdosp.org . Our main office numbers are:

  • St. Petersburg – 727-893-1313
  • Tampa – 813-631-4370
  • Dade City – 352-521-1218
  • Spring Hill – 352-686-9897
  • Foundations of Life Pregnancy Centers – visit foundationsoflife.org for contact information.
  • Catholic Charities Adoption Services – visit ccadoptfl.org for contact information.
  • Immigration Services – call (727) 439-2930 or (813) 631-4370. Nuestra oficina de imigracion esta abierto. Para su cita llame al (727) 439-2930 o al (813) 631-4370.
  • Pinellas Hope – has resumed intake of new clients-residents.
  • Financial Assistance Programs – visit these program pages for more information: Pathways / Rapid Rehousing / Housing Counseling / Micro-enterprise Loans
  • Catholic Charities Free Medical Clinics – are operating regular hours with the exception of the Dade City clinic which is on reduced hours. Visit the Clinic program page Clinics, or call in advance with any questions:
    • San Jose Mission (Dover) – (813) 707-7376
    • St. Andre (Dade City) – (352) 521-1218 to check availability.

Long-Term Assistance

Longer-term (6 months out) – Catholic Charities will provide disaster assistance as we typically do after Hurricanes when short-term assistance has ended and the world has moved on, but folks still need help.

Resources

For the latest information from your county and the CDC, please check the links below:

COVID-19 flyers