Members of the SCN Family in the United States live from coast to coast.
SCN Family Ministries in the United States include:
- Advocacy efforts on behalf of poor and victimized people and the environment
- Housing, health care and services for the elderly
- Parish ministry, including youth ministry
- Social services
- Staff for shelters that welcome runaway teens and the homeless
- Low-income housing ministry
- Adult literacy programs
- Hospital outreach programs
- Retreat facilities and programs
- Arts education and cultural programs
- Health care
SCN Congregational Ministries in the United States include:
Vincentian Collaborative System
The Vincentian Collaborative System operates four long-term care facilities in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area. At each, we strive to show a special gift for caring – for people, for their values and traditions, for their families and concerns. Recently we have broadened our services by incorporating an out-patient rehabilitation center, two child-development centers, and the Vincentian Charitable Foundation.
For more information visit www.vcs.org
VCS | 9399 Babcock Boulevard | Allison Park, Pa., 15101
Nazareth Retreat Center
Private and Directed Retreats, Large and Small Meeting Rooms (for up to 200 persons), and overnight accommodations available. Grounds include a walking path, gazebo, and comfortable benches. Mass is celebrated daily in the historic St. Vincent Church.
For more information visit www.nazarethretreatcenterky.org
Nazareth Retreat Center | P.O. Box 7 | Nazareth, Ky., 40048
Camp Maria Retreat Center
Located in a rustic setting on Breton Bay, Camp Maria was founded in 1939 in Leonardtown, Md. In an atmosphere of hospitality and prayer, Camp Maria provides spiritual renewal and enrichment to a variety of groups. Camp Maria offers retreats for families, high school and college students, religious education groups, programs for persons with disabilities, workshops and family retreats, high school and college students, religious education groups, programs for persons with disabilities, workshops and programs geared to civic organizations.
For more information visit www.campmaria.org
Camp Maria | 41290 Camp Maria Road | Leonardtown, Md. 20650
Opened in 1976 to accommodate and care for Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and others requiring skilled and intermediate care in Louisville, Ky. In 1981, an additional 50 personal care beds were added bringing the total capacity of the facility to 168 beds. Renovations and additions to the original structure were completed in 2002.
For more information visit www.nazhome.org
Nazareth Home | 2000 Newburg Road | Louisville, Ky., 40205
Nazareth Villages, Inc.
Located on the Nazareth Campus, Nazareth Village was established in 1978 to provide rental housing and related facilities and services for use and occupancy by families and individual persons without regard to religion, race, color or national origin. The ministry serves elderly and persons with disabilities who are limited in income and meeting requirements stipulated by Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Some of the primary contributions of ministry to those served include affordable, safe housing; a safe environment; an opportunity to communicate, to retreat and worship with others and a proximity to the Bardstown area for physical and medical needs.
For more information visit www.scnazarethky.org/villages
Nazareth Villages | P.O. Box 15 | Nazareth, Ky., 40048
A world-class, co-ed Catholic high school, in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, providing a quality college preparatory experience for 250 students.
Founded in 1932 as Vincentian High School, the Academy maintains 100% university placement. Students who successfully complete the International Baccalaureate Program and pass the examinations, will be awarded the I.B. Diploma, which may grant advanced standing and/or course credit at colleges and universities.
For more information visit www.vincentianacademy.org
Vincentian Academy | McKnight and Peebles Roads | Pittsburgh, Pa., 15237
Rendu Services, Inc.
Rendu Services provides a variety of services to the Fayette County community in Pennsylvania. A mobile health van is fully equipped for non-evasive medical services and can be accessed at many community-wide events. Rendu Services partner with several nonprofit organizations within the area to render a variety of health-care screening services to those in need. In a partnership with the Fayette County Community Action Agency, they provide activities for children, adults, and families. Rendu Services is available to help and support any congregation interested in starting a program of Parish Congregational Nursing. The organization also runs a monthly food bank in the Fayette County area.
For more information visit www.renduservices.org
Rendu Services | 453 Pechin Road | Dunbar, Pa., 15431