St. Vincent de Paul Society

"End Poverty Through Systemic Change"


Due to limited availability of members we currently are answering calls only on Mondays and Wednesdays. We encourage you to review our Area Resources page to see if there is another program that can assist you in a more timely way. Thank you for understanding.

Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Mondays at St Leo’s Church. Join us for a rosary upstairs in the church beginning at 5:10 pm followed by our meeting downstairs at 5:30 pm. Please call us for the most up to date meeting schedule.

Members of the Society of St.Vincent de Paul (or “Vincentians” ) are men and women who strive to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to individuals in need. We are young and old. We are all volunteers. Our members come from many different places in life. Some of us are wealthy, some are financially poor, but all of us are blessed with an awareness that our blessings (time, talent or treasure) are to be shared with our friends in need. We are a Catholic lay organization whose members serve the poor and needy. The central component of our work is the Home Visit.  We do not seek to duplicate existing services; rather, we strive to “fill in the cracks” between existing programs as we work with other local government and nonprofit agencies to coordinate assistance.

“No work of charity is foreign to the Society.”

St. Vincent de Paul can help with: 

  • Food, rent, utilities and other basic needs
  • Transportation including bus vouchers
  • Emergency Food Pantry
  • Assistance is offered on a case-by-case basis after a confidential Home Visit with two or more Vincentians.

St. Vincent de Paul provides referrals for Community Resources such as:

  • Food pantries and meal programs
  • Housing opportunities
  • Employment opportunities
  • Community Services such as Energy assistance, Abuse services, Counseling and parenting
  • Health resources including medical and pregnancy
For more information or to request assistance, please call us at (701) 833-1269
We are especially grateful for the generous support of the St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation.

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