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Completed Specialized Employment Certifications
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How We Help The Homeless
Career and Recovery Resources is one of 100 partners of The Way Home CoC (Continuum of Care), The Coalition for the Homeless of Houston/Harris County. The first step for those needing help in a housing crisis is to contact a designated assessment Hub in Houston to complete a housing assessment. This information is captured in a centralized computer and shared with an established service provider in Greater Houston to coordinate the housing delivery service. Career and Recovery Resources provides housing services to 400 Houstonians through The Way Home Coordinated Access System. 85% of our clients remain stably housed for over one year.
The 2022 Homeless Count & Survey shows that we can expect to see 3,223 people experiencing homelessness at any given moment in the Houston region.
Coordinated Access Housing Assessment Locations
- AIDS Foundation Houston (6260 Westpark, #100)
- The Beacon (1212 Prairie St)
- Covenant House Texas (1111 Lovett Blvd)
- Northwest Assistance Ministries (15555 Kuykendahl)
- Salvation Army Young Adult Resource Center (1602 McGowen St)
- Star of Hope Men’s Development Center (1811 Ruiz St)
- Star of Hope Women & Families (2575 Reed Rd)
- VA Drop-In Center (1418 Preston St)
- U.S. VETS
14% of Greater Houston households live below the federal poverty threshold, and another 31% of households are experiencing ALICE – they are working hard. Still, they can’t afford the necessities of life. ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) represents those working but struggling to afford the necessities of life. Source: https://unitedwayhouston.org/what-we-do/employed-but-in-need/