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Homelessness has many culprits — unemployment, tragedy, inflation, addictions and more. But one that we do not often think about is mental illness.

Did you know that, according to federal statistics, 26% of the homeless population is considered chronically mentally ill?

That is why Star of Hope is proud to introduce our New Haven program. New Haven offers permanent supportive housing and services for single women who are diagnosed with mental illness or who experience co-occurring disorders (mental illness AND substance abuse issues).  Read More…


New Horizons – Long Term Housing

New Horizons is the future made possible in the present for qualifying clients who need a bridge from transitional living to total self-sufficiency. The first of its kind in Houston, New Horizons is the road to permanent housing in a mainstream setting for formerly homeless individuals and families re-entering society after leaving Star of Hope’s Transitional Living Programs. Managed by Star of Hope, clients are offered subsidized housing for up to a three-year period during which time the subsidy decreases incrementally, as the graduate’s increase their share of housing costs.

Star of Hope provides continuing support and accountability toward the goal of total self-sustainability and independence. At the end of three years, the clients assume the full obligation of their rent. Read More…


Welcome Star of Hope Alumni – One Family United!

The primary mission of the Star of Hope Alumni program and Extended Services Department is to help former clients of our programs (Women and Family Development Center at Star of Hope’s Cornerstone Community℠, New Horizons and New Haven) stay connected with one another and the Star of Hope community.

We have seen our Alumni achieve goals and dreams beyond what they could have believed upon entering our programs. We are proud and honored to have been a part of these dynamic changes and wonderful life events. We consider you a part of the Star of Hope Family! Read More…