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Food Stamps Hit Record in Texas

A recent article in the Houston Chronicle reported that 3.6 million Texas residents are now living off food stamps.  Data from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) shows that 40% of the population in some Texas counties and 12% in the Houston area depends on the food stamps program.

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Cold and Homeless

Bill Stamps discusses SEARCH’s efforts to keep Houston’s homeless warm. Blankets are distributed in hopes of preparing for harsh weather.

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Life Anew

Khou 11 featured Vicky Blankett’s journey. She is currently living on her own and working at Randall’s. The Mobile Outreach program was also featured during this segment.

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Making Holidays Brighter

Preschoolers from SEARCH’s House of Tiny Treasures enjoyed a Winter Wonderland at Jim Adler and Associates. Cookie decorating, storytime, and crafts were a few of the activities provided.

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Sisters of the Street

Everyone who experiences homelessness is vulnerable.  They have few means to protect themselves from the elements or from people who prey on the weak. The Houston Chronicle featured this story about three women who’d had families and careers, but suffered from mental illness and its complexities that lead to or

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Double the Benefit

Double the Benefit campaign (September 6, 2010) Fox 26 featured SEARCH Homeless Services and the efforts of BoyarMiller, Max’s Wine Dive and The Tasting Room who joined forces to raise awareness and critical resources to support homeless children and adults as they head back to school.

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In the News

  • Comerica Bank Changing Lives

    Comerica Bank Changing Lives: SEARCH Homeless Services

  • Fostering the Joy of Reading at SEARCH’s House of Tiny Treasures

    The Super Bowl Host Committee sponsored a book fair at the House of Tiny Treasures to provide our young students with precious books and to help nurture a love of reading and learning.

  • Hola, Houston KRIV CH 26

    Homelessness is a big issue in the houston area any time of year, but particularly this time of the season when temperatures can drop to or below freezing, but what can we do to address the problem. One organization called “SEARCH Homeless Services ” is taking a very unique approach here to tell us more about that we have the Executive Director Thao Costis.

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