Catholic Social Service

at 906 Central Ave, Dodge City, 67801 United States

Catholic Social Service provides help for those in need, and we invite other people of good will to join us. Visit us online at www.catholicsocialservice.org


Catholic Social Service
906 Central Ave
Dodge City , KS 67801
United States
Contact Phone
P: (620) 792-1393
Website
www.catholicsocialservice.org

Description

With offices in Dodge City, Garden City and Great Bend, we provide adoption services, pregnancy counseling, teen mom support, healthy marriage and relationship classes, counseling for addiction and relapse prevention, economic assistance, and disaster response throughout southwest Kansas.

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