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Catholic Charities Maine average salary is $72,000, median salary is $72,000 with a salary range from $72,000 to $72,000.
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Associate 72,000-72,000 New York, NY, 10001 2011 Catholic Charities Maine Associate Salaries (1)
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  • Catholic Charities Maine
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Portland, ME
  • Since 1966, Catholic Charities Maine has dedicated itself to creating, administering, and advocating for programs and services that reach out and meet the critical human service needs of our state. Our professionally trained staff and over 1,000 volunteers help individuals from birth through old age overcome obstacles in their lives that threaten their self-sufficiency. Last year, we provided services to over 27,000 individuals in Maine, and touched the lives of countless others through our advocacy and convening efforts. While some of the people we serve are Catholic, many are not. Some can afford to pay for the services they