Dream Center Gulf Coast Volunteers in Houston

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We will be helping with a relief efforts after the #Houstonflood by bringing in supplies and much needed assistance to the Biscayne Apartments 17050 Imperial Drive (click link for Google maps). Our second weekend in a row will start at 9 am this Saturday, April 30th.

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Dream Center Gulf Coast Houston Flood relief

 

What is the Dream Center?

The Dream Center Gulf Coast is a volunteer-driven organization that is designed to find and fill the needs of the people in Houston.

When the City of Houston cried out for an organization to bring aid to its people 24/7, Dream Center Gulf Coast stepped in and stepped up.  As a local community-driven organization, designed to find and fill the needs of the people in Houston, Dream Center Gulf Coast became a mobile Dream Center, in full operation daily, as we seek for a facility that meets all our needs, and to ensure that we are answer the immediate cries for help. Being a mobile Dream Center does not limit our services, nor the demands of Houston, in fact it increases the access, to strategically meet the demands of the people. The needs of the people in Houston are being heard. With hearing must come the answering. Dream Center Gulf Coast is an inner city resource, with influence and modelling from The Dream Center, in Los Angeles, California, that brings hope and restoration to the broken, those in need, those that need temporary help conquering their “mountains”.

Dream Center Gulf Coast addresses immediate and long-term needs through our vision of:

  •  Mobile hunger relief
  •  Adopt-a-Block outreach programs
  • Medical programs
  • Residential rehabilitation programs for adults and at risk youth
  • Shelter for victims of human trafficking
  • Transitional housing for homeless families
  • Foster care intervention programs
  • Job skills training • Life skills • Counseling • Basic education and more

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