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Direct Care Services

Case Management

The Case Manager is the primary caregiver for the residents assigned to a caseload and supervises all residents while on duty. As a primary caregiver, a Case Manager is responsible for the direct intervention in the lives of assigned residents for the duration of their stay at WFDC. The purpose of the Case Manager is to ensure each resident is following a program that will assist in the transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency, to maintain order in the facility, and to keep accurate records on each resident.


The Transitional Aged and Youth Families Program

a 12-month structured program for homeless single women and single parents between the ages of 18 to 24. The program offers a safe haven community dedicated to compassionately reaching out to every transitional aged youth/young adult and their families by caring for their spiritual, emotional, intellectual needs and physical well-being and teaching them the Biblical truths and Biblical foundations through life skills, mentorship and support, necessary to live fruitful lives according to God’s will.



a 12-month program designed to accommodate an unstable population to include the elderly, physically ill, and the mentally ill which are not eligible for most mainstream programs. Therapeutic Specialists work with the residents to create a very individualized treatment plan to include counseling, work therapy, benefits management, and case management which will stabilize, assimilate and motivate them to embrace a new way of living. The overarching goal is to guide them into an onsite program or offsite housing opportunity which will aid in their continued progress to independence.


Biblical Counseling Program

a motivational program that will provide the homeless individual with an opportunity for true life change. Through this Biblical based program, single women and those who are parents will discover God’s purpose for their life and begin the journey toward the fulfillment of their God-given destiny. The Program includes classes, counseling, case management, and work therapy. Every component of the program starts with God and His word and grows from a biblical perspective of God, man, life, and living.


Biblical Counseling Program

The goal of this department is that the Residents will establish a clear path forward by engaging in weekly meetings with their case managers/therapeutic specialist to collaboratively develop their action plans. In addition, the Residents will learn financial responsibility and gain a sense of security by establishing and contributing into the savings program, and that the Residents will be motivated for life change through mentoring, and coaching, bible study, educational enrichment, and biblical counseling sessions.


Women and Family Development Center at Cornerstone Community Campus®

Additional Intake Information

Thank you for your interest in the Women and Family Development Center at Star of Hope’s Cornerstone Community Campus®

We are located at 2575 Reed Road, Houston, TX 77051


We are designed to accommodate

Our accommodations are as follows:

The Women and Family Development Center offers up to 12 months of programming for Residents, depending on the program the individual is in. Due to space restrictions, we ask that each person bring in no more than one bag of personal items. Residents are not permitted to bring food into the shelter unless medical documentation is provided.


Star of Hope Provides Three Meals Daily for all residents.
Intake hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


We look forward to seeing you!


“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11