Respite Care Center
The Respite Center is a 28 bed, self contained facility that provides a clean, dignified and nurturing environment for healing. This program intervenes at the time of hospital discharge for homeless men who are too sick to be on the streets, but not sick enough to be in the hospital. Patients receive intensive case management and referral to community supportive services. In-house services include a physician supervised nurse practitioner, pharmacy and substance abuse counseling.
Tuberculosis (TB) Recovery Center
The Recovery Center is a collaborative effort with the City of Houston, Bureau of Tuberculosis Control. This program contains 7 beds and provides three to twelve months of housing, treatment and supportive services. Since its opening in July 2000, 100% of those completing the program have been cured of TB; 70% have graduated to permanent/transitional housing.
The Residence is a 70-bed long-term supportive program for working, but homeless men. This residential program provides the tools, training and supportive services for men who are ready to make the transition from homelessness to recovery and independence.
The Health Fair is a collaborative endeavor with the Harris County Hospital District, Healthcare for the Homeless Program. Every 3rd Saturday of the month, approximately 200 street homeless people access medical resources from the Harris County Hospital District while enjoying a healthy BBQ meal, at Harmony House.
Harmony House actively communicates with incarcerated prisoners expecting to be released to ensure that they have a secure place to live upon parole. Each case is treated individually. Please contact our Prison Outreach Coordinator for more information.