Accompanying those in need on Life’s Journey
Cabrini Caring means accompanying people of all walks of life on their journeys, having an active presence in people’s lives and sharing the love of God with all. MSC ministries of Caring encompass a wide variety of institutions and services, including a retreat center and homes for troubled youth, programs and services for recent immigrants, adult care facilities, national and overseas mission programs and shrines.
Cabrini Caring focuses on:
- Addressing the causes and effects of spiritual and material poverty, and of injustice and inequality for groups most at risk today, including immigrants, women, children, and elders
- Putting into action the social teachings of the Church for the marginalized and excluded of society, and empowering people at all levels to do the same
- National and international outreach programs for solidarity with the poor and marginalized
- Promoting by various means a culture of life, rather than a culture of death and violence
- Evangelization that promotes spirituality and service to our neighbors
Cabrini Eldercare Consortium
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Phone: (914) 693-6800
The Cabrini Eldercare Consortium is an incorporated association formed to ensure unity of leadership and shared vision in the four New York City and Westchester County Cabrini eldercare ministries. Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, St. Cabrini Nursing Home (Cabrini of Westchester), Cabrini Care at Home and Cabrini Housing Development Fund Corporation (Cabrini Apartments) comprise the consortium.
Cabrini Apartments (Cabrini Housing Development Fund Corporation)
220 E. 19th St.
New York, NY 10003
Phone: (212) 673.6262
Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation and St. Cabrini Nursing Home co-sponsor the Cabrini Apartments on East 19th Street for low income, independent elders in Manhattan. The 70-unit HUD funded housing offers a service coordinator to help residents obtain needed benefits and other resources
Cabrini Care at Home
227 E. 19th St. 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003
This New York State Licensed Home Care Services Agency serving New York City’s five boroughs and Westchester County offers an alternative to assisted living or nursing home placement for many clients. Trained, reliable home care workers help patients remain in the familiarity of home, as a part of a Cabrini team supervised by a registered nurse, and which may also include physical, occupational and speech therapists.
Cabrini Immigrant Services of NYC
21 Cedar Street
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Phone: (914) 674-1937
Since opening its doors in a downtown Dobbs Ferry storefront in 1998, Cabrini Immigrant Services provides its clients with broad-based essential services including English and citizenship classes, assistance with naturalization, immigration, benefits and employment issues, advocacy services, after-school homework sessions, a variety of parenting programs, and an annual Health Fair.
139 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
Phone: (212) 791-4590
Funded primarily by its grants, the Henry Street Cabrini Immigrant Services (CIS) is part of the apostolic outreach of Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. The office is accredited by the Bureau of Immigration Appeals to provide immigration legal services and thus provides free family based immigration and citizenship services. Additionally, the office provides case management, advocacy, and educational workshops surrounding issues of immigrant access to higher education, health care, rights in the public school system, and immigration law. CIS has a strong community organizing component and works with community members, parishes, national and local organizations, and elected officials to fight for social justice issues that affect the immigration community, most notably just and humane immigration reform.
P.O. Box Mhlatuze
Swaziland, Southern Africa
The Missionary Sisters have been serving at St. Philip’s Mission in the lowveld region of Swaziland since 1971.This project provides nutritional supplementation of fresh fruits and vegetables for approximately 1200+ HIV/AIDS patients in the area, in addition to providing fresh produce for the children housed at the hostel. In recent years, efforts have been made to respond to the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Swaziland by expanding their services to include:
Cabrini Hostel – established to care for the high rate of children orphaned by AIDS. Many of the children are compromised by malnutrition and chronic conditions such as TB and kidneydisease.
Agriculture – In 2005, Cabrini Ministries established an agricultural project. This project provides nutritional supplementation of fresh fruits and vegetables for approximately 1200+ HIV/AIDS patients in the area, in addition to providing fresh produce for the children housed at the hostel.
Home Based Care – Started with a grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, the Home Based Care program focuses on caring for the sick and dying; testing for HIV; helping people begin treatment and transporting people to the hospital to receive treatment.
Education – The educational program began over fifteen years ago when it was discovered that many children in the homesteads were not in school and their families could not afford to send them. With the assistance of the Swiss Solon Foundation, once the children are on the foundation grant, their education is guaranteed through 7th grade if they pass. This increases their chances for individualized growth and better employment opportunities.
Cabrini Retreat Center
9430 Golf Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016
Phone: (847) 297-6530
Cabrini Center is a spiritual ministry of caring sponsored by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Rooted in the spirituality of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, source of love and compassion, and faithful to the Cabrinian spirit, we hold a special place in our hearts for youth, women and immigrants. A spirit of hospitality is extended to individuals and groups seeking a deeper, fuller experience of God. The staff and Center are dedicated to creating an atmosphere that fosters reflection, prayer and dialogue. The Center annually welcomes over 5,000 youth and adults for meetings, retreats and times of renewal.
Cabrini Senior Housing
909 Boren Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206) 254-0888
Fax: (206) 254-0777
Cabrini First Hill Apartments consists of 50 units of affordable, independent living with supportive services for elders in need, located in downtown Seattle. The facility is the first project in the country to be built by combining both HUD funds and low-income housing tax credit equity. The six-story building includes 49 apartments for seniors 62 years and older. Cabrini First Hill Apartments is the newest mission of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart.
Mother Cabrini Shrine
20189 Cabrini Blvd.
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (303) 526-0758
At Mother Cabrini Shrine in Golden, Colorado, the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the lay staff strive to bring the love of Christ to pilgrims, visitors and friends through a hospitable and prayerful presence. Recently the outreach ministry, which delivers food and household items to people in need, was enhanced by the gift of a new truck to deliver the items and help immigrants set up their homes as they begin their new lives in Colorado.
St. Frances Cabrini Shrine
701 Ft. Washington Avenue
New York, NY 10040
Phone: (212) 923-3536
St. Cabrini Shrine is a spiritual center of welcome and compassion for all on a gospel journey who seek to draw closer to Jesus through St. Frances Xavier Cabrini. Through the reverent stewardship of this holy place, the relic of St. Cabrini and the richness of our Catholic Faith, the Shrine provides pilgrims a prayerful place of worship where God’s presence can be experienced and celebrated. In the tradition of Mother Cabrini, the Shrine expresses openness to the spiritual needs of immigrants and youth.
Save Our School Children Foundation, Inc.
058 Tandang Sora Street, Purok III
Camdas Subd. Baguio City
The Save Our School Children Foundation, Inc. was established in response to the growing population of homeless children working in the streets of Baguio City, Philippines. In addition to providing these children with nutritious meals, decent clothing, education, and proper care, the SOSCI also specializes in mission work in the areas of religious education, job skills, food distribution, health clinic services, children and adult literacy programs and recreation.