News & Updates
For Hispanic Heritage Month, Deacon Jim Vargas shares his insights on the influence of Hispanic heritage in the United States. Deacon Jim Vargas is first-generation Hispanic American. His parents both separately emigrated from Puerto Rico in the early 50’s looking for the American dream and better opportunities.
Father Joe’s Villages uses the Harm Reduction Model to empower clients to reach their goals. Long before the recent hepatitis A outbreak began its assault on homeless people in San Diego, there was another scourge waging battle: substance abuse. Both situations are complexly intertwined with homelessness and both disproportionately affect individuals experiencing homelessness.
San Diego is facing a public health emergency and our homeless neighbors are suffering most of all. It’s time to take action. On September 1, 2017, city health officials declared a state of emergency in the County of San Diego.
Father Joe’s Villages honors employees who demonstrate Compassion, Respect, Empathy, Empowerment & Dignity for neighbors in need. Exemplifying the CREED On Tuesday, July 29, Father Joe’s Villages held the 3rd annual Living the CREED Recognition Dinner, honoring recipients of the Living the CREED award.
Father Joe’s Villages participates in San Diego’s Stand Down to connect veterans with resources in San Diego.
Bring this flyer to select California Pizza Kitchen locations on August 8-10th & 15th-17th and they’ll donate 20% of your check to Father Joe’s Villages.
President & CEO Deacon Jim Vargas shares his final reflections on his pilgrimage.
This week, President & CEO Deacon Jim Vargas meets new people and discovers a hostel sharing the name “St. Vincent De Paul” on the Camino de Santiago.
President & CEO Deacon Jim Vargas shares his insights as he begins his journey on the Camino de Santiago.