The Senior Pharmacy Program (SPP) of Catholic Charities assists low-income seniors of all faiths or no faith tradition increase their ability to purchase medications to manage chronic illness. After an application is completed and approved by staff and funding is available, seniors aged 60 and over receive vouchers for prescription costs and limited medical supplies. Vouchers are provided electronically through a partnership with participating pharmacies. The SPP program also assist seniors to improve or maintain compliance with their medications.

For more information about the program, please visit theĀ program page or contact the New Bern Office by phone at 252-638-3657.

We provide limited financial assistance for rent, utilities and emergency food cards as funding is available. We also direct those in need to resources we do not provide. To schedule an appointment to determine eligibility for financial assistance, please use our online portal.

Our Financial Assistance Services are available at the New Bern Office Monday and Tuesday of every week.

  • We are also available every 3rd Wednesday of the month at St. Egbert Church in Morehead City (Carteret County)
  • 1st Wednesday of the month at Mother of Mercy Church in Washington (Beaufort County)
  • Every Thursday at St Peter the Fisherman (PCFL) Oriental (Pamlico County)

Please use our online portal to view available appointment days/times.

Individuals work with staff to improve their economic mobility and maintain a stable living situation. Examples of ways that staff work with clients include, but are not limited to: providing financial literacy courses, guiding individuals through the employment search process, assisting in establishing personal budget goals, and providing education for improving English language skills.

Please use our online portal to view available appointment days/times.