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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, 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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Wednesday, November 11, 2020
6:00 – 9:00 pm

Moonstruck Drive-In
The Greatest Showman

SEARCH provides services that move our clients from the streets and keep them stably housed, fed, and healthy. More importantly, we offer them, and each other, community, dignity, opportunity, and choice.  Join us to celebrate our mission at SEARCH’s Picnic with a Purpose.

Purchase tickets here! 


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Help us achieve a Houston without homelessness

To ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers, and those we serve, SEARCH will be operating remotely and continuing to serve our clients. All events and volunteer activities have been canceled at this time. We can accept COVID-19 related in-kind items listed on the in-kind donation page by appointment only. Monetary donations will also be gratefully accepted.

If you are homeless and in need of assistance, please call our main line at 713-739-7752 or dial 211. 

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