News & Events
- December 1, 2020
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Mens Shelter
- 555 Seminar Dr, Houston, TX 77060
- (281) 536-5475
- Ambassadors for Christ increases young people’s safety, social and emotional well-being, and self-sufficiency; and helps them build permanent connections with families, communities, schools, and other positive social networks by: Providing services for runaway and homeless youth and the families of such youth; Establishing an alternative to involving runaway and homeless youth in the law enforcement, child welfare, mental health, and juvenile justice systems; Providing safe and appropriate shelter for runaway and homeless youth; Providing individual, family, and group counseling; and by reuniting youth with their families when appropriate.
- 2525 San Jacinto, Houston, TX 77002
- (713) 754-7000
- Mon-Fri, 9am to 9pm
- Sat, 9am to 1pm
- Career and Recovery Resources, Inc., (CRR) is a nonprofit, multi-service, United Way of Greater Houston agency. They help with outpatient counseling, employment services, and have a rehousing program. Regarding employment services, they help to empower job seekers with job readiness training, career guidance, job placement assistance, job retention counseling, and employment-related supportive services. Their specialized programs include persons who are skilled and unskilled workers, homeless, deaf or hearing-impaired, ex-offenders, older workers, persons challenged by a disability, and individuals recovering from substance use disorder. Many clients are economically disadvantaged and need intensive employment services with case management to overcome these obstacles. However, they also assist professionals who are highly skilled or possess college degrees, but need guidance to enter their chosen fields, change careers, or transfer skills to another source of employment.
- 3209 Austin St, Houston, TX 77004
- (713) 529-4231
- Mon-Fri, 8am to 4pm
- Magnificat Houses, Inc. is a faith-based nonprofit charitable organization that owns multiple houses in central Houston for longer-term stay. Placement into certain houses revolves around need. They do take walk-ins. Individuals can also call and set up an in-person interview to apply for placement in a house. Residents will get to help out in some way – through maintenance, gardening, food services, wood-work, clerical work, etc. Residents with a mental health diagnosis are also welcome and encouraged to become member of the St. Joseph House, a psycho-social rehabilitative day program for adults. Children are NOT allowed.
Modest Family Health
- 1008 Danube St, Houston, TX 77051
- (713) 733-2458
- Modest Family Health Care Center provides shelter to homeless single men and single women who may have a mental disability. Allowed length of stay depends on circumstances involved. Clients must either have a job or be trying to find a job for longer stay.
- 1811 Ruiz St, Houston, TX 77002
- (713) 227-8900
- Star of Hope’s Men’s Development Center houses over 300 men nightly and provides emergency and residential programs. Intake is from 8-11am and again from 1-3pm. They can reach capacity so late arrivals may have to be turned away. Clients should bring some form of ID (if they have none, they will be referred to a place that will give them acceptable ID). Length of stay is on a case-by-case basis. At times, due to extreme weather, the center will go into an overflow mode and accommodate up to 100 additional clients. Chapel services and meals are offered three times a day. Showers and a clean change of clothing are also provided.