Houston is the most populous metropolitan area in a state that consistently ranks 50th in the nation for disability services. While that statistic may sound discouraging, we continue to be amazed each day by the rich culture of philanthropy and volunteerism cultivated in our city by ordinary people who see this serious need as an […]
THE CENTER IN THE NEWS: Gingersnaps Etc. on Houston Public Media
Houston Public Media’s Ernie Manouse visited to learn more about our volunteer-powered Gingersnaps Etc. program. Watch the video below and check out the full article on houstonpublicmedia.org.
Working for Independence: A Focus on Employment
When Hannah graduated from high school, she wanted the same thing we all do as young adults: independence. She and her parents began the process of looking for independent living options that could provide the support she still needed. For Hannah, this meant help in areas like interpersonal communication, personal finance management, and career planning. Hannah […]
Hurricane Harvey: The Center Recovers
As many of you are already aware, The Center was severely impacted by flooding after Hurricane Harvey. Our Willow River Farms campus sustained damage to the recently repaired chapel and a client home, but it was our West Dallas campus, just off the banks of Buffalo Bayou, that felt the storm’s full force. Five of […]