The Women's Home
Rating: 4.93 stars 27 27 reviews
Mental Health, Human Services
607 Westheimer Houston TX 77006 USA
The mission of The Women''s Home is to help women in crisis regain their self-esteem and dignity, empowering them to return to society as productive, self-sufficient individuals.
In 1957, The Women’s Home started with just a handful of clients. Now, we directly treat and serve more than 200 women annually. As our client’s needs have evolved so has our organization. In 2010, The Women’s Home built and opened the Jane Cizik Garden Place, an 87-unit safe, sober drug-free permanent supportive housing community in Spring Branch (West Houston).
The Women's Home programs include residential, clinical and vocational care. Treatment is individualized and based on a wellness model that addresses 6 areas of a woman's life: Emotional, social, physical, spiritual, fiscal and vocational.
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I would recommend a more extensive volunteer management program. Although there are many dedicated volunteers for The Women's Home, there may still be some resources available in this area that are yet untapped.