• Home Depot Helps VOA Texas Veteran

    On Friday, November 13th volunteers from the a Houston Home Depot store donated $1,000 worth of supplies and nearly 100 volunteer hours to beautify the home of United States Marine Corps Veteran, William Victorian.

  • Service Project: Riverside Church of Christ, Castleglen Apartments

    Members of Riverside Church of Christ have not met in person since July, but gathered safely to serve seniors at the VOA Texas senior housing site, Castleglen Apartments in Garland, TX.

  • Confronting COVID-19: Virtual Volunteering

    Foresters Financial donated $2,000 in supplies to help the dream of VOA Texas treatment clients come to life. Due to COVID-19 the Riverside treatment center in Fort Worth has had to change some of its routines. The Serenity Garden was an idea clients had that would be therapeutic and sustaining for years to come.

  • Confronting COVID-19: First Mother's Day

    First time mom, Carly Wilcox talks about how the Mothers and Infants Nurturing Together program at VOA Texas has made a difference in her life amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Soon to be released from prison, she was able to give birth to her child and bond with him until she’s released. Thanks to donated technology, Carly has been able to video chat with family who have yet to hold the newest member of their family.

  • Confronting COVID-19: Lisa

    Lisa shares how COVID-19 has impacted her transition upon being released from prison. Thanks to YOUR Mardi Bras donations, we were prepared to shelter in place.

  • Confronting COVID-19: Ashley

    Current VOA Texas employee, Ashley Norris, knows first hand how scary COVID-19 can be. Her sister contracted the virus earlier this year. She discussed how she deals with working as an essential employee at VOA Texas and trying to balance the health and financial impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic.

  • VOA Texas Overview

    Volunteers of America Texas is a faith-based, nonprofit organization that lifts the most vulnerable in society out of the shadows. We step forward to help individuals find strength, healing and their full potential through services. Learn more at

  • Life Enrichment Center

    Volunteers of America Texas' Life Enrichment Center in Houston is an activity-rich environment where individuals with disabilities can engage with each other and the community, all with the guidance of trained and caring staff.

  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families

    Upon Danny's return home from serving our country, he found himself emotionally changed and facing the challenges that many other veterans do. At Hope Manor I, a home for veterans in Chicago, Danny is learning how to transition back into civilian life with the supportive care of Volunteers of America Illinois.