Houston low income housing.

Single parents, low income families, the homeless, seniors, and others in Houston Texas who are faced with eviction or who need housing have a number of programs and services available to them. Transitional housing, shelter, and case management support services are available to Harris County individuals. Some of the primary beneficiaries are single parents and mothers, senior citizens, people who are currently homeless, victims of domestic violence, and those recently evicted.

Unfortunately the demand for safe, affordable low income apartments and housing is very high in Harris County. Not everyone will be able to receive assistance, however in general the agencies and non-profits are committed to doing what they can to help. If an organization can’t meet your housing needs, they can sometimes refer applicants to other programs, such as section 8, emergency rental resources, or shelters that can provide lodging in a crisis.

Not only can these agencies and programs potentially provide affordable housing and shelter, but self-sufficiency is offered too. Participants will often follow a plan with financial, educational, employment, and career goals to both establish stability and maintain self sufficiency after leaving the program. Individuals also learn and touch up on housekeeping, parenting, child care, budgeting and household finance skills.

AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc.
Center address is 3202 Weslayan
Houston, Texas 77027
Call (713) 623-6796
Project LifeRoad is the main program offered here.

Asset Building Network, Inc. - House of Hope for Men
Houston, TX 77271
Telephone for intake is (713) 776-3925
Provides supportive services and transitional housing for homeless individuals with AIDS or who are HIV positive.

 

 

 

Brentwood Community Foundation
13033 1/2 Landmark Street
Houston, TX 77045
(713) 852-2551
The organization provides resources from a program known as Project WAITT. Assistance is for people living with HIV/AIDS. Services offered include, but are not limited to, emergency rental, mortgage, and utilities assistance, transitional housing for men, food and grocery voucher program, support groups, and more. Also get information on low income and public housing units in the county.

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and the Guadalupe Area Social Services
326 South Jensen
Houston, TX 77003
(713) 227-9981
Applicants need to be homeless as defined by HUD, and it provides transitional housing. The shelters accept single women and parents too. Some very limited rental or eviction prevention assistance may be offered.

Covenant House Texas
Rights of Passage Living
1111-B Lovett Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006

DePelchin Childrens Center
4950 Memorial Drive
Houston, TX 77007
Call (713) 730-2335 for information.
Transitional Living Program can arrange housing and assistance. Participants of this center will also go through self-sufficiency and stability programs and workshops.

Magnificat Houses, Inc. and Morning Star Hostel
Address - Houston, Texas 77265
(713) 520-0461
Group residence for adults with HIV/AIDS

Montrose Counseling Center
401 Branard Street, 2nd Floor
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 529-0037 Main
The location provides case management and counseling to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and survivors of same sex domestic violence. The center also provides emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence for up to 14 days and may also coordinate shorter term transitional living.

Texas Children Social Services
2600 S Loop W #420
Houston, TX 77054
Main number is (713) 359-6277

Northwest Assistance Ministries - Interfaith Hospitality Network
15555 Kuykendahl Road
Houston, TX 77090
(281) 885-4567
Runs a homeless shelter, provides meals, and other guidance.

 

 

 

 

Redeemed House of David Transitional Living for Men
Main address is 1741 Jacquelyn Street
Houston, Texas 77055
Main/ Intake number - (281) 736-7014

Transitional Housing for Men - Star of Hope Mission, Inc.
Address is 6801 Ardmore Street
Houston, TX 77054
Telephone number - (713) 748-7242

Star of Hope Mission, Inc. runs the Women and Family Emergency Shelter
Location is 419 Dowling Street
Houston, TX 77003
Main phone number is (713) 222-2220
Family emergency and women shelter is available. It caters to women with children, single women, homeless families, and others. Services can help people become independent and re-enter mainstream society. Services provide employment, life-management skills development, spiritual programs, and offer short-range goal setting.

The Salvation Army has several locations around Harris County. The main center is known as the Greater Houston Area Command. Access social services, shelter, and short term transitional housing. Other services include ongoing case management, food, and emergency rent and general financial assistance.
1603 McGowen, Houston, TX 77004, call (713) 650-6530
2407 North Main, Houston, TX 77009, phone (713) 224-2875
1717 Congress Avenue, Houston, TX 77002, call (713) 223-8889

The Women's Home
607 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 521-3150

Turning Point Center
1701 Jacquelyn
Houston, TX 77055
(713) 957-0099 is the main number
Residents who are committed to achieve self-sufficiency can receive room and food. Three free, hot nutritious meals are served a day to residents.

 

 

 

Wellsprings, Inc.
Confidential Address
Houston, Texas 77045
Primary phone number is (713) 529-6559
Provides abused women, homeless, and victims of domestic violence with transitional housing.

Young Men's Christian Association of Greater Houston (YMCA)
7903 South Loop East
Houston, TX 77012
(713) 643-4396

A second center is at 2600 North Loop West, Suite 330, Houston, TX 77092. Call (713) 758-9100

The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Inc. and the Destiny Village shelter
701 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, Texas 77504

 

 

 

 

 

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