About Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc.

The Ladies of Charity, founded 400 years ago by St. Vincent de Paul in France, began by caring for the sick. At this time in our history a great need exists, which takes us back to our roots. Many members in our society are living longer but are debilitated and need help with their day-to-day living. Others are chronically ill or have a disability and wish to live as full a life as possible. These individuals have much to teach us about courage, endurance, strength and what it means to be human.

Our health-care system is excellent in providing acute, short-term care but there are insufficient resources available for long-term care. Studies show that we will need 1.8 million more home care workers in the near future. The call of the Ladies of Charity is to recognize need and to respond. Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc. aims to provide quality care for clients in need, and quality jobs for caregivers. Together we can make a difference.

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RSS News Blog

  • Job Opening: Administrator/ Program Director December 21, 2018
    This person will be an Administrator/Program Director at our Pittsburgh, PA location for Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc.
  • Position Filled: Executive Director December 12, 2018
    This person will lead Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc., a mission-focused home health care agency, which provides quality care for persons requiring assistance in the home and quality jobs for care workers in accord with the values and resources of the Ladies of Charity USA.
  • Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc. Launching in Pittsburgh! September 26, 2018
    The Ladies of Charity USA is VERY excited that our new venture has received a long-awaited state license and is making final preparations to launch our innovative non-profit home care initiative!

Ladies of Charity

Ladies of Charity donating their jewelry to St. Vincent de Paul
Setting up an apartment for a family in need of housing, Austin TX
Some Ladies of Charity of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C.
St. Vincent instructing the Ladies of Charity