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For teens aging out of foster care, housing can be stressful. A new Houston campus aims to help

Jun 02, 2023
The HAY Center will break ground in June on housing meant to address the needs of Houstonians like Williams. The campus in EaDo, set to open in the summer of 2024, will include 50 one-bedroom apartments and studios for those exiting the foster care system in the Houston region.

UT Dentists is investing in the future one small smile at a time by expanding dental care at Harris County Resources for Children and Adults

May 18, 2023
UTHealth Houston pediatric dentists are now part of the Integrated Health Clinic, a program of Harris County Resources for Children and Adults, by providing comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health care for children in Harris County who are involved or under the care of Child Protective Services.

How to Build Housing for People Aging Out of Foster Care

Mar 22, 2023
Former foster youth are at extremely high risk of homelessness and incarceration. These housing complexes are designed to help them transition to adulthood.

Houston City Council approves funding for The Hay Center Campus to address youth homelessness

Feb 02, 2023
The Hay Center campus will be home to two buildings to aid youth aging out of foster care.

Houston City Council to vote on funding for housing to help youth transition out of foster care

Jan 31, 2023
The 50-unit complex consists of 17,000 square feet of commercial building for wrap-around services and 41,000 square feet of residential space.

HAY Center Launches Legal Navigation Program Aimed At Helping Former Foster Youth Overcome Housing and Employment Challenges

May 19, 2022
The HAY Center, a private/public program of Harris County Resources for Children and Adults, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation to fund a new legal navigation pilot program.

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