Spirituality: The Search Continues

Residents continue their spiritual journey with The Search Continues Readers may remember we began our spiritual program The Courage To Search in the summer of 2014. The Courage to Search, which was featured in our Fall 2014 newsletter, is a seven week program residents of our Treatment and Transitional program can participate in after their […]

Building Healthy Outcomes

Our quarterly outcome reports are an integral part to maintaining the quality of our programs and ensuring that we make the best impact possible on the lives of our residents in both our treatment and transitional program in Montrose and our supportive housing complex, Jane Cizik Garden Place (JCGP) in Spring Branch. Our outcome reports […]

Help us Help Houston Women and Families

As friends and supporters of The Women’s Home, you already know of our successes in changing the lives of Houston women. Many of you have heard about our newest project, an 84 unit apartment complex for families as well as a WholeLife® Service Center in Spring Branch down the street from our first housing complex, Jane Cizik Garden […]

3,000 Square Feet of Fashion

Thursday April 16, 2015, a group of fashionistas got an exclusive glimpse at reNew & reDo 2015 Fashion Icon Theresa Roemer’s closet. A towering three stories and 3,000 square feet of clothing, shoes and accessories encased in spotless glass on gleaming white shelves served as the backdrop for the evening as the party carried on unhindered by […]

Dress for Success & Paradigm2Women Empower our Residents to be Professional

Dress for Success Houston has been helping Houston women attain economic independence by providing professional attire, a network of support and career development tools to women in need since 1988. Saturday April 25th, a group of volunteers from Dress for Success Houston, led by Dorothy Prejean, a Project Manager for 2015’s Community Action Project: Paradigm2Women, helped residents from our treatment and transitional […]

Speaking Out in the Community

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, which began in 1949 as a way to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illnesses and bring the voices of those living with mental illness into the conversation. As a part of our dedication to building whole lives, The Women’s Home and our staff are dedicated to speaking out […]

TWH Residents Experience Fun and Exciting Events Thanks to Miller Outdoor Theatre, Alley Theatre & TUTS

The growing efforts of The Women’s Home are all tied together by our comprehensive and very effective WholeLife? model, which addresses the emotional / mental, physical, social, spiritual, vocational, and financial wellness of our clients and residents. Of course, there are many aspects to social wellness, but some of the more fun and exciting happenings for our residents […]

La Maison Apartments Clean House for The Cottage Shop

Spring is a season of renewal, a time to take stock and clear away the clutter of the past year, making it perfect timing for La Maison Apartment’s monthly giving event to partner with The Women’s Home’s Cottage Shop. The beginning of spring marks the time when many of its 400-plus residents clean house, getting […]

What is Brown Bag?

Michael Pearce, one of our January Brown bag speakers Having healthy connections to resources and role models in our community is an important aspect of our WholeLife Program. In our treatment and transitional housing program we foster community involvement with our residents every Friday through our Brown Bag Luncheons. Fridays at noon, our treatment and […]

Welcome Development Assistant Heather Almond!

The Women’s Home is thrilled to welcome our newest development team member, Heather Almond!  Heather has been hired as a development assistant to work on our reNew & reDo Fashion Event.  She will start in mid-June. Her position is made possible, thanks to a grant through Exxon Mobil’s Community Jobs Program and coordinated by Volunteer […]