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Family Houston's Annual Luncheon

Family Houston honored social services leader Paz Guerra during its annual Pillars of Strength luncheon at the Briar Club. William T. Carter, IV, Catherine Garcia-Prats, Gene Graham and Thomas C. Ryan co-chaired the event. Read more and view photos in the Houston Chronicle.

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CASE MANAGEMENT

Family Houston connects individuals and families with resources to address basic needs, such as food and housing, as well as public benefits and employment assistance.

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PARENT RESOURCES

Parenting is the most critical job in the world. But it’s the one with the least formal training. Without good role models, it’s hard to know how to be a good parent.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION

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VETERAN SERVICES

Family Houston provides financial assistance, case management, counseling and other supportive services to veterans and their families.

YOUNG ADULTS ON THE MOVE

For many Houston-area youth who are out of school, making the transition from age 15 to 24 into adulthood can be very difficult. Family Houston’s Young Adults on the Move program is designed to support and facilitate young adults’ transition to greater self-sufficiency.