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The House of Tiny Treasures

The House of Tiny Treasures (HTT) provides a high-quality early childhood education for children, ages 2 to 5 years of age, who are either homeless or living in deep poverty. Our goal is to break the cycle of deep poverty and homelessness, and we know that breaking the cycle begins with the children.

Page Photo - EducateSoon after SEARCH opened, it became apparent that our adult clients needed quality care for their children so that they could go back to work or school. Thus, SEARCH opened HTT in 1992. What began as a traditional day care has evolved into a nationally accredited early childhood education center preparing our young students for success in school and in life. 

HTT offers a full-day, year-round program for our families. While the children are being cared for, their parents are able to focus on getting back on their feet and regaining a stable, self-sufficient life for their family.

At HTT, we are investing in the next generation and providing them with the start in life and the hopeful future that they deserve.

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In the News

  • 2019 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award: SEARCH’s House of Tiny Treasures

     

  • Houston Public Media “Red White & Blue”: Houston’s Homeless

     

    Gary Polland and guest host Barbara Radnofsky lead a discussion about the problem of homelessness in Houston. They are joined by guests Marc Eichenbaum, Special Assistant to the Mayor for Homeless Initiatives at The City of Houston; and Thao Costis, President and CEO of SEARCH Homeless Services.

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    Comerica Bank Changing Lives: SEARCH Homeless Services

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