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Bo’s Place
Bo’s Place

(713) 942-8339

10050 Buffalo Speedway
Houston, TX 77054   Directions

Support someone grieving through professional workshops, training, and area resources provided. At Bo's Place, we can always use some extra help. People who are grieving need other people to help them bear the weight of their grief journey. Bo's Place offers support and community for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. We are a non-profit, free-of-charge bereavement center providing education and resources to assist people in grief. For those grieving and unsure of where to turn, turn to us - we are all in this together. We have support programs for Adults - Men & Women, family groups, and children. Our information and referral line is open for calls Monday through Thursday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm and Fridays 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

CarePartners
CarePartners

(713) 682-5995

701 N Post Oak Rd Ste 330
Houston, TX 77024   Directions

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Do you wish you could do more to help? Through CarePartners, you can! Start a CarePartners program, volunteer, or donate. Some of the programs that we train for: Gathering Place - specifically for individuals living with early to moderate Alzheimer’s, related Dementia, Second Family - an extended family of trained volunteers who offers support and companionship for homebound individuals, or Common Ground - emotional support, encouragement, friendships and helpful tips about self-care and caregiving. Our vision is to be THE resource for caregiving in Texas. We are a nonprofit, volunteer-led organization that provides support, education, and resources for caregivers and quality care for those living with memory loss and other aging challenges. Visit our website for more information.

ChildBuilders
ChildBuilders

(713) 481-6555

2425 Fountain View Dr Ste 210
Houston, TX 77057   Directions

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Support our fight to prevent violence and abuse. A group of advocates in 1974 founded ChildBuilders. Seven women came together to discuss their concern for the lack of treatment facilities in Houston for children with mental health disorders. Our work has evolved from expanding treatment options to preventing the abuse and trauma that contributes to mental illness. We have done extensive research on child abuse prevention, nurturing parenting, and positive school climate. Although we can't prevent childhood adversity, we teach children skills to reduce the risk of trauma. At ChildBuilders, we empower children, parents, and teachers. You can get involved also - DONATE ~ BECOME A PARTNER ~ VOLUNTEER!

Friends for Life Shelter
Friends for Life Shelter
Don Sanders Adoption Center

(713) 863-9835

107 E 22nd St
Houston, TX 77008   Directions

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Adoptions are still happening! Visit our website or call today to see how you can help. Keeping up with the times, we have transitioned to curbside services. We save animals and help our neighbors care for the pets they love. Friends For Life was founded in 2002 and introduced the no-kill shelter model to Houston. Every day, we work hard to be innovative, improve, and track results to find the most effective ways to save lives. Every animal matters, and we will not stop until every animal has a safe home. Friends For Life has a wealth of resources like the pet food & supply bank, financial assistance for pet owners, and pet behavior support. We host programs and events; working in different neighborhoods and connecting with new friends, we find innovative ways to improve animals and people's conditions. We began our unique Thinking Outside the Shelter program in 2008, offering support to pet owners so that they may keep their animals in their homes and out of the shelter system. There are many ways you can help too! Foster ~ Adopt ~ Donate ~ Volunteer

Kickstart Kids
Kickstart Kids

(713) 868-6003

10222 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77042   Directions

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Support building character in kids through karate. Kickstart Kids is an in-school physical education program taught to middle & high school students. We empower youth with core values like discipline and respect. Kickstart Kids was founded by Chuck Norris in 1990 and launched in four schools in 1992. To date, we have 60 schools participating across Texas, allowing us to reach more than 105,000 students. You can help too! Please help support us through donations, volunteering, or fundraising.

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc.
Santa Maria Hostel, Inc.
Administration Building / Santa Maria’s Bonita House / Outpatient Treatment - Northside

(713) 691-0900

2605 Parker Rd
Houston, TX 77093   Directions
Finance/Billing

(713) 957-2413

PO Box 550048
Houston, TX 77255   Directions
Santa Maria’s Jacquelyn House / Outpatient Treatment - Westside

(713) 228-0125

2005 Jacquelyn Dr
Houston, TX 77055   Directions
Women’s Recovery Residence (WRR) and Recovery Community Center (RCC)

(281) 745-8532

807 Paschall St.
Houston, TX 77009   Directions
Outpatient Treatment

(281) 831-7754

713 W. Adoue St.
Alvin, TX 77511   Directions

Visit our website to learn more about the programs we offer and how you can help. Santa Maria Hostel's mission is to empower women and their families to lead healthy, successful, productive, and self-fulfilling lives. Our multi-site residential and outpatient substance use disorder treatment centers for women are among the largest in Texas. By offering vital services and life-changing support, we restore families, promote positive life changes, and offer hope that a new and better future is possible. Help pave the way through donations, volunteer opportunities, and fulfilling our basic needs and wish lists.

Senior Rides and More
Senior Rides and More

(713) 772-8181

5001 Bellaire Blvd
Bellaire, TX 77401   Directions

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If you are interested in receiving our services, contact us today. Senior Rides and More provides transportation for doctor visits, picking up prescriptions, going shopping, attending religious services, or running errands. We have staff and volunteers for minor household repairs, home management, assistance with paperwork and computers, telephone reassurance, and companionship visits. Over 75% of our care receivers are both handicapped and elderly, making transportation assistance vital. We are the only agency of this kind to offer free transportation in both Southwest Houston and Northwest Houston, and we can always use your help. Get involved by donating or becoming a volunteer. Our goal is to provide our volunteers with the knowledge and skills necessary to be the best volunteer care provider possible. Visit our website or call today to help.

Special Pals
Special Pals

(281) 579-7387

3830 Greenhouse Rd
Houston, TX 77084   Directions

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Support Special Pals! Donate, volunteer, adopt, or become a rescue partner with Special Pals Rescue Resource Center. Our mission is to make a measurable and sustainable difference in the Greater Houston pet population by offering affordable pet care services, rescuing and rehabilitating homeless companion animals, finding forever homes, and providing education about responsible pet ownership. Our staff will help you meet your new best friend through our adoption program. Our rescue boarding services provide at-risk dogs the chance to become adoptable. We have kennel space for 104 dogs, outdoor runs, and dedicated staff but can always use more help. Foster homes are always needed for pregnant dogs and cats, nursing mommies and their babies, orphaned puppies and kittens, and senior pals with special or medical needs. If you have animal foster experience and want to help Special Pals, we'd love to hear from you.

Star of Hope Mission
Star of Hope Mission
Administrative Offices / New Horizons Office

(713) 748-0700

4848 Loop Central Dr Ste 500
Houston, TX 77081   Directions
Doris & Carloss Morris Men’s Development Center

(713) 748-0700

1811 Ruiz
Houston, TX 77002   Directions
Women & Family Development Center at Star of Hope’s Cornerstone Community®

(713) 222-2220

2575 Reed Rd
Houston, TX 77051   Directions
Donation & Distribution Center

(713) 748-0700

2320 Lamar
Houston, TX 77003   Directions

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Become a volunteer, create a public fundraiser on Facebook, or fulfill an Amazon wishlist - these are all ways to give to help end homelessness... one life, one family at a time. As a Christ-centered community, Star of Hope is dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless men, women, and their children. We encourage positive life-changes with spiritual growth, education, employment, life-management, and substance abuse recovery. Our services are designed to restore a balanced and happy life in the hopes of achieving true independent living.

The Sanctuary Foster Care Services
The Sanctuary Foster Care Services

(281) 508-2205

617 Cole St
Webster, TX 77598   Directions

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Everyone can do something. Visit our website or call today to see how you can help. The Sanctuary Foster Care Services is a non-profit organization committed to finding permanent sanctuary and healing homes for children from hard places. We hope to stop the cycle of children being placed multiple times. We have the tools to equip an army of foster parents - we need the army. We are trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention and provide Wraparound Services for foster families. Our focus is on 24/7 crisis intervention and counseling for foster children and foster families. Foster - Volunteer - Donate

YES to YOUTH - Montgomery County Youth Services
YES to YOUTH - Montgomery County Youth Services
The Woodlands Office

(281) 292-6471

8701 New Trails Ste 118
The Woodlands, TX 77381   Directions
Conroe Office

(936) 756-8682

105 W Lewis St
Conroe, TX 77301   Directions
Huntsville/Walker County Office

(936) 293-1003

7045 Hwy 75 S
Huntsville, TX 77340   Directions
Magnolia Office

(281) 259-0440

31355 Friendship Dr
Magnolia, TX 77355   Directions
New Caney Office

(281) 354-2654

21575 U.S. Hwy 59 North #204
New Caney, TX 77357   Directions
Bridgeway Shelter Youth Shelter (24 hrs)

(936) 890-1132

4501 N Frazier
Conroe, TX 77303   Directions

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Get involved. There are many ways that you can help by becoming a volunteer, referring a family or youth that needs assistance, or donate. We impact youth and families through donors, volunteers, and supporters. YES to YOUTH - Montgomery County Youth Services provides crisis intervention, counseling, and suicide prevention. We strengthen youth and families through emotional and mental health development and provide a safe-haven and nurturing home for homeless, sex-trafficked, abused, battered and at-risk youth. We strive for each youth to begin healing from the past and become empowered for the future with our guidance. LISTEN. BELIEVE. ACHIEVE. OVERCOME.

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(281) 265-6028
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