Feel the Love
The growing initiative brings basic necessities to homeless individuals.
Practicing What They Preach
Since the end of March, Rise Houston Church has placed 16 portable sinks around the Houston-area as part of its Clean Hands initiative.
For one expert, the answer lies in education and mental health treatment.
With Clutch City Connect, Justin Sepulveda wants to help Houston's most vulnerable citizens.
This year's Come to the Table fundraiser is rescheduled (thanks, Imelda) for December 3.
Homelessness in the greater Houston area is on the decline, according to the recently published 2019 Homeless Count & Survey coordinated by Houston’s Coalition for the Homeless.
The Poetry of Life
Stages' look at LGBTQ homelessness asks timely questions, even if it comes up short on answers.
Home Sweet Home
The documentary Our Journey Home comes to Houston to illustrate the benefits of much-needed public housing.
“I’m 26, and I’ve spent more of my life in the system than out of it.”
‘Tis the season for giving back—but what happens when there’s a surplus of samaritans?
Officer Steve Wick and his team provide a possible solution to a complex problem.
New Hope Housing’s founder has a complicated relationship with luck.