Family Promise of Lake Houston - Humble, TX

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111 South Avenue G
Humble, TX 77338
: Phone: 281-441-3754
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Description:  Family Promise of Lake Houston will provide a caring and positive environment for homeless children and their families while they design and execute a plan to break the cycle of homelessness in their lives. While utilizing the energy of over 2,800 community volunteers, together we are dedicated to serve families who seek to be accountable, resilient, and strive for a better tomorrow for their families.
We serve low-income families that become homeless due to an unfortunate circumstance, such as a fire, flood, the death of a spouse, loss of a job, an eviction, or a foreclosure of a home. Our families include infants, children, teenagers, and couples. Single men and anyone with serious psychiatric problems or those with current drug or alcohol addiction problems are not appropriate; however, we work closely with other shelters in the area to ensure that those we are unable to serve find shelter elsewhere.

Families wishing to participate in our program are encouraged to contact the Day Center Monday through Friday at 281-441-3754 to make an appointment for an intake interview. Our families agree to participate fully in a self-sufficiency program and adhere to all of our program guidelines and rules during their stay in the Network. Family Promise of Lake Houston is a sober program, and requires all participants to agree to random drug testing as a condition of acceptance into FPLH.
We accept referrals from all organizations and locally we work in partnership with HAAM, Family Time, 211 Texas as well as the Humble ISD advocates.
Life Skills Center
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Intake interview appointments: 281-441-3754
FPLH requires that families save 80% of their income while in our shelter. Without food and housing expenses our families are able to develop a reserve. This income base allows each family to take the necessary steps toward independence and a better life for themselves and their loved ones. The savings help with apartment escrow and home down payments.
Family Promise operates at less than 1/3 the average cost of most shelters, and does not accept State or Federal funding to provide any service to our families or community.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Family Promise of Lake Houston at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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