At HAAM, caring and dedicated bilingual staff and volunteers provide help and hope to very low, low and moderate income individuals and families in need. While we are deeply committed to helping clients create a better life for themselves, the work of the staff and volunteers is grounded in the philosophy that financial independence is not attainable without first having essential needs met, such as food and shelter.
Through an array of social services, clients are assisted to address their most basic needs, the primary goal of which is to stabilize their environment and prepare them for the work necessary to increase and achieve self-sufficiency. Services provided benefit residents of northeast Harris and east Montgomery Counties by providing a safety net during periods of financial crisis related to factors such as underemployment, job loss, illness, age and disability.
- Rental Assistance (rent application)
- Utility Assistance
- Clothing Assistance
- Prescription Assistance
- Assistance with Eyeglasses
- Birth Certificates & ID Assistance