HomeAid Houston has formed a team of volunteers and donors to provide remodeling services to The Women’s Home (TWH). Work being performed on the 40 year old structure is being lead by remodeler captain Breck Powers with LBJ Construction, Beth Avalos, with Floors, Inc. (design work) King, Gand Leslie reymark Construction, Chair of HomeAid Care Projects. The Homeaid team is renovating the "great room" of TWH. This room includes space for group meetings and a mini-kitchen with a dining area for residents. HomeAid Care focuses on smaller projects that range in cost from $10,000 to $20,000 and can be completed in weeks instead of months.
Over the past 50 years, The Women's Home has grown to help thousands of women in the Houston area escape from destructive cycles of crisis and has given them a chance to rebuild their lives. The program targets women who have become homeless due to mental illness and/or substance abuse. TWH provides women with integrated, long-term residential care, psychiatric and nurse practitioner services, psychotherapy, chemical dependency services and vocations and spiritual development programs.
Companies who have donated materials and services to complete the remodel include: Airtron Houston - a/c registers; Ferguson Enterprises, Inc – sink; Kent Moore Cabinets - sink and cabinet for the bathroom and custom made cabinets for the mini-kitchen; Ceiling Fans Direct - 3 ceiling fans; Dal-Tile Corporation - floor tiles; Interceramic Tile and Stone Gallery - backsplash tile for mini kitchen; Price Phister – faucet; Sherwin-Williams Paint Company – paint; Cagnelosi Companies - countertop for mini-kitchen; 1-800-Mattresses – 30 mattress sets and Houston Window Fashions - window treatment. The project is expected to be completed in the next few weeks.
HomeAid Houston, a GHBA charity has added 390 beds to the Houston homeless community, providing days and nights of care for over 4500 men, women and children.
For more information on HomeAid Houston visit the website at www.homeaidhouston.org or call the Greater Houston Builders Association at 281-970-8970.