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Social Service Organizations in Houston, TX
1.Girl Scouts Of San Jacinto Council
3110 Southwest Fwy4.46 mi Houston, TX Youth Organizations & CentersSocial Service Organizations
Located in Houston, Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council is governed by a board of directors and was established in 1922. It serves more than 20 counties in southeast Texas, including Angelina, Brazoria, Chambers, Harris, Houston, Jefferson, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sabine, San Jacinto, Shelby, Walker and Wharton. Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council is chartered by the Girl Scouts of the USA, a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. It offers a wide variety of programs, including the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program, also known as S.T.E.M., and Mars Rover Project. It has a council shop that stocks official badges, insignia, patches, books, uniform components, gifts, accessories and specially designed items for girl scouts. Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council offers various opportunities for camping and has more than five properties available for camping activities.
2.Star Of Hope-Homeless Shelter
419 Dowling St1.12 mi Houston, TX Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
My mother was in the TLC 18-month program. Before she was in the program she abused rocks\r and our family was torn to pieces, a mess for so many years. We thought we'd never see her clean again or or usage would end in her death. I would highly recommend it to anyone who really wants help.. i visited her there after not seeing her 2 years. i am very proud of my mother. All im saying folks it really really helped her. As a result We now have our mother back. Christian practices.
607 Westheimer Rd2.09 mi Houston, TX Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesCommunity OrganizationsCareer & Vocational Counseling
The Women s Home is a multiethnic, nonprofit organization that serves women who have experienced homelessness because of mental illnesses, abuse and addiction. Founded in 1957, it operates a life learning center that offers various clinical, vocational and chemical dependency programs. The organization offers an 18-month residential program that focuses on building self-confidence to overcome mental illness. The Women s Home has a 26-bed dormitory that provides individual and group counseling, as well as weekly case management services. Its dormitory provides assistance with relapse prevention and recovery life skills to residents with substance abuse disorders. The organization s aftercare services focus on helping graduates to overcome job-retention challenges through vocational support groups. The Women s Home is located in Houston.
4281 Dacoma St6.41 mi Houston, TX Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsCharitiesFoundations-Educational, Philanthropic, Research
Avance has various locations in Texas, including Houston, and is a nonprofit organization that was established in 1973. It offers a wide range of parenting education and literacy programs to families for their economic and education progress. Its Parent and Child Education program provides parental education, early childhood development and literacy programs. It primarily serves poor Latino families in underserved communities. The program offers education to parents and assists them in becoming role models for their children. It also offers a nine-month program that serves parents and children and operates from community centers and schools. Avance s instructors guide parents in addressing the emotional, physical, social and cognitive development needs of their children. It also emphasizes on reading skills, nutrition and discipline. It also offers English and general equivalency diploma test preparation programs for parents. Avance serves more than 20,000 individuals annually throughout Texas, Los Angeles and California.
5.Interfaith Ministries For Greater Houston
3217 Montrose Blvd2.19 mi Houston, TX Social Service OrganizationsReligious OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsSenior Citizens Services & Organizations
6.Shamar Hope Haven
2913 Wheeler St2.70 mi Houston, TX Social Service OrganizationsGovernment Offices
7.Star Of Hope-Homeless Shelter
6897 Ardmore St4.50 mi Houston, TX Social Service OrganizationsHealth & Welfare ClinicsCommunity Organizations
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