Families are able to build a new community network that helps them achieve their goals of independence.
Donations are vital to the success of Family promise and the mission of helping families in crisis
Families wishing to participate in our program are encouraged to contact the Life Skills Center.
families served across all of our programs and supports
families per year referred to supports appropriate for their needs
generous volunteers utilized in a wide range of roles
rate of success in the measures of stability and self-sufficiency
PILLARS OF SERVICE
Provides a safe and nurturing environment for children and their families that are experiencing homelessness while they design and execute a plan to transform their lives
Provide an affordable and sustainable housing solution for children and families working to further their education while providing for their family's future
At FPLH, family is forever. We value the relationships we create and our graduate families know we are with them for the long haul!
To us, REACH means Resources, Education, Advocacy, Compassion, and Hope. This service pillar provides a multi-faceted approach to care with the goal of shortening or avoiding homelessness experiences
Empowering the community to create sustainable solutions to family homelessness through education, collaboration, and relationship within our shared community
Ready to Volunteer?
All Family Promise of Lake Houston Volunteers that have direct contact with our families are required to complete a volunteer training and confidentiality agreement. This training consists of important information about who we are, what we do, why we do it, and how we do it. If you have been instructed to complete the training by your Coordinator Lead, please click the link below.
Family Promise of Lake Houston is currently seeking an Executive Director to lead us through an exciting growth phase as we seek to respond to the needs of increasing numbers of families experiencing homelessness in our community.
Alternatively you can apply for the position through the job posting on Work for Good. The position will be open until Nov. 17 or until an appropriate candidate is located.