The skilled case managers at SEARCH Homeless Services work with individuals and families, creating plans to help people get back on their feet.
The following is a summary of SEARCH’s impact on the community in 2011, as we guided people through the path of services that engage, stabilize, educate, employ and house.
8,762 clients obtained essential support including 50,405 hot meals, showers, laundry and a start to rebuilding their lives.
45% accessed medical and dental services provided by Healthcare for the Homeless-Houston in clinics located at SEARCH.
1,327 individuals achieved greater stability with the aid of skilled case management and facilitated access to critical healthcare, treatment, education, jobs and housing.
70 children ages 2 to 5 years were prepared for school and given a better start on life through SEARCH’s House of Tiny Treasures.
90 men and women received education assistance; 7 of 15 eligible students earned their GED; 8 enrolled at Houston Community College for degrees or skill certifications.
331 individuals or 77% of new clients that enrolled became employed and increased their average monthly income 12 times.
709 clients regained independence and improved their health while living in new communities and benefiting from SEARCH’s skilled case management.