THE NEED

The 1960 corridor, now known as the Cypress Creek Parkway, has become a major center for the homeless in Houston. They have tent cities in many wooded areas. On rainy nights they huddle in doorways in an attempt to stay dry. During the day some work, some panhandle, and others search for food.
 
These are people like us; this could be any of us. A major medical bill, the loss of a job, a divorce or mental illness could put many of us on the streets.

HOPE CENTER HOUSTON

Hope Center Houston offers resources to restore the God-given dignity of our brothers and sisters who are homeless.

Hope Center Houston was opened to offer basic human services to our homeless brothers and sisters. At the center they will find a welcoming atmosphere where they can relax and find support. The facility offers shelter from inclement weather, clean restrooms, hot showers, a laundry, lunch and other necessities.
Beyond the temporary basic needs, there are also mental health providers, support groups, and life coaches to support the men and women on their path out of homelessness.

  821 Peakwood Drive, Houston, TX 77090  -  (832) 965-5511   - info@hopecenterhouston.org

  Hope Center Houston is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization established in 2016.

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