TVC Network of Partner Organizations
At The Village Connect, we believe that in order to make the best impact in our client's lives, we must work together. We value building strong relationships with not only our clients, but also with other organizations around us. As the age old saying goes "it takes a village" to help someone in need. Our Neighbors are service organizations whom we work alongside with to reach our goals in breaking the cycle of homelessness. These providers are equally passionate about the cause and have much to offer through their wide range of expertise. Learn more about these groups below and how you can get connected.
Since 1968, Magnificat Houses has proved to be an alternative to the streets by sheltering, clothing, feeding and providing mental health support and spiritual guidance to men and women – of all mental abilities, social backgrounds, religions and cultures – as they rebuild their lives in community
Temenos has been building permanent supportive housing since 2006, with the first property, Knowles Temenos Place Apartments (Temenos I), at 1719 Gray St. Since that time, Temenos has built two additional properties, Temenos II and Temenos III. Temenos CDC properties are located in the Downtown, Midtown and East End areas of Houston. All three neighborhoods are undergoing significant revitalization. Therefore the presence of the Temenos properties to help alleviate the challenges of homelessness is vital.
United Veterans Crossing
To inspire, serve and nurture veterans in need of immediate housing and support, connecting them with vital resources to stabilize them on the home front.
HHH was founded in 1999, incorporated in 2000 and became Houston’s third Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in 2001. To this day, we remain the only private FQHC that exclusively provides care for those who are homeless. To that end, our services are unduplicated and fill an essential gap in our community’s safety net system.
Patient Care Intervention Center
PCIC is a nonprofit organization that leverages technology, health data sharing, and public health best practices to empower patients and providers to achieve enduring health outcomes and financial sustainability.
We work with local governments, hospital systems, health plans, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and social service agencies to streamline care coordination and patient data sharing.
BPSOS is a non-profit social and legal services provider whose purpose is to empower, organize, and equip immigrant communities in their pursuit of liberty and dignity. BPSOS services range from health awareness prevention programs, legal services for low-income families and victims of violence and crime, youth advocacy and senior services programs to encourage community engagement, advocacy, and volunteerism.
Since 2011, the Coalition has been proud to serve as lead agency to the local homeless response system, The Way Home. The Coalition serves as the ‘conductor’ of the local homeless response system ‘orchestra.’ An orchestra is comprised of musicians playing instruments in coordination to produce a beautiful concerto, with the help of a conductor who brings the right players in at the right time, signals when they should start and stop, cues musicians how loudly or softly to play.
Career and Recovery Resources, Inc
It is the mission of Career and Recovery Resources, Inc. (CRR) to help people identify and overcome their barriers to achieve a stable life. CRR breaks barriers for people experiencing substance abuse, underemployment, and housing instability, with focused services for youth, Veterans, people with disabilities, and those referred from the criminal justice system