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How Children at Risk is responding to COVID-19

By Carly Sessions / June 12, 2020

Children at Risk is a research and advocacy organization focusing on a broad range of children’s issues including education, parenting and family well-being, health and nutrition, immigration, and human trafficking.   They work across Texas to get the voices of working families, and the people who serve children and families, in order to create an advocacy…

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Evictions in Houston: Two Months Into COVID-19

By Jeff Reichman / May 18, 2020

On March 18, 2020, the Texas Supreme Court put a temporary stay on eviction proceedings across the state. That temporary stay expires today, and there are no indictions that it will be extended. While this stay prevented nearly all evictions during this two month period, it allowed landlords to continue filing eviction cases. This means…

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How Vision Galveston is Responding to Covid-19

By Carly Sessions / April 16, 2020

As part of our series on how our clients are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, we sat down with Keath Jacoby, Executive Director of Vision Galveston, to learn how our friends on the coast are adapting to the changes. Vision Galveston is a nonprofit to help Galveston plan for a better, more resilient future. They…

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Catholic Charities Responds to COVID-19 in Houston

By Carly Sessions / April 7, 2020

Throughout the “stay home – work safe” order in Harris County, we have been checking in with our clients to understand more about how they are responding to the public health crisis. Many of our clients are on the frontline of the social safety net, and provide essential services to people in need. Last week…

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How Houston’s Behavioral Health Collaborative is Adapting to a COVID-19 World

By Carly Sessions / March 25, 2020

Everyone has a moment where the COVID-19 public health crisis became real for them. I am pregnant, so even the idea of drinking coffee or eating sushi is a health question in my mind. So it was real right away. But as I thought about how this crisis affects me and my family, I also…

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