About Us

The St. Patrick's Center is a major part of the community and plays a vital role to those in need. Without the help of the St. Patrick's Center a tremendous amount of people in need would suffer. The Center has an ongoing challenge — to sponsor Nutritional, Social Service, Transportation, Clothing, Recreational and Empowerment programs, similar to those once provided by federal and state agencies. With the help of a small network of supporters, St. Patrick's Center has become key among the organizations that provide vital services to the community.At the Center, friends gather in a secure, friendly environment to play cards and other games, enjoy television and other activities. St. Patrick's is a source of information and referral for people needing assistance in accessing healthcare, filing taxes, dealing with Social Security, or securing food stamps

At the Center, friends gather in a secure, friendly environment to play cards and other games, enjoy television and other activities. St. Patrick's is a source of information and referral for people needing assistance in accessing healthcare, filing taxes, dealing with Social Security, or securing food stamps.

QUICK FACTS

  • The Congregate meals served on site daily is an age entitlement program for anyone 60 years of age or older - there is a request for $1.50 donation - not required to receive service - Under 60 people are required to pay $4.00
  • The morning Breakfast program is available to anyone regardless of age - La Carte - an average of 75 cents.
  • The Grocery Club has 587 regular members and accounts for 362 children who are eligible to coming weekly
  • The homeless respite programs is used by 71 registered men
  • Of all the other programs and services - 817 regular users - this does not count people who come for “one use” service: emergency food referral, clothing bank (approximately 25 people per day) and some walk-ins look for information.