Our Impact in 2022:
The number of individuals HAAM provided Basic Needs assistance:
87,389 Individuals received food assistance through Food Pantry, Mobile Drive Through, Homebound Client Choice, Mobile Pantry, Food Fairs, Meals on Wheels, Children and Senior Nutrition Program and Disaster Packs.
595 Individuals were assisted through Housing programs.
1,665 Individuals received utility assistance.
Education And Employment
The Education department provided resources for adult certification classes and educational materials to students while the HAAM Employment Center provided services, including resume and job search assistance, transportation, childcare and hiring events to 439 individuals.
Seasons of Sharing
- HAAM provided holiday meals to 11,979 individuals for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
- 2,665 individuals received toys & gifts for Christmas.
HAAM served individuals in collaboration with the following organizations in 2022:
- Christus Mobile Medical Unit
- Harris County Social Services
- Houston Food Bank
- Montgomery County Food Bank
- Lonestar Legal Aid
- Project Mammogram
- Walgreens Pharmacy
Food Stamp and Medical Assistance
HAAM began a partnership with Interfaith Ministries For Greater Houston in April 2015. Through the Meals on Wheels program at Interfaith Ministries, HAAM volunteers delivered 42,248 meals to homebound seniors in our community in 2022. As a result of COVID-19, HAAM began delivering frozen meals to seniors on eleven routes in the Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita, Summerwood and Huffman areas.
In partnership with ACAM and the Episcopal Health Foundation, HAAM assisted in the completion of applications for state and federal benefits such as Food Stamps and Medicaid.
- HAAM, in collaboration with the Houston Food Bank and Montgomery County Food Bank, distributed fresh produce to 6,403 families and 25,793 individuals in 2022. We will work with our Covenant Churches and other organizations to provide fresh produce to our community at various locations in 2023.