Did you know that on any given night right here in Houston there are more than 6,300 people, many of which are women and children that call the streets of Houston home?
With nowhere to go and desperation in their hearts, many homeless women and their children find their way to the safe haven that is Santa Maria Hostel. Santa Maria Hostel’s Hope Housing Project is one of a very few housing resources with supportive transitional housing services for women and women with children in the Houston area.
Clients participating in the Hope Housing Project receive a comprehensive continuum of care to include stable housing, life skills, educational and vocational services, permanent housing assistance, case management, childcare, transportation assistance and a host of additional supportive services. The program promotes long term recovery through access to needed substance use disorder treatment and recovery supports.
Transitional housing is offered for a period of up to 12 months to provide time, education, information and skills to build a foundation of self-sufficiency, to prevent future homelessness, and increase success in permanent housing.
Interpretation services are available.
Clients entering units supported by HUD funds must meet HUD homeless eligibility criteria.
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