The Jewish Herald-Voice of Houston is nationally recognized by journalists around the country for its award-winning articles and columns. Independently owned and now 103 years old, the Herald-Voice covers international, national and local news that enriches the lives of Houston and Texas Gulf Coast Jewish residents. In addition, business owners, government officials and clergy of other faiths subscribe to the Herald to be informed on Jewish issues and to keep up with their Jewish customers and friends.
Throughout the year, HCRJ provides volunteers to work in their garden which provides fresh vegetables for the center. The Turning Point Center is an independent, tax exempt, non-profit organization which offers food, shelter and other rehabilitative services to meet the physical and emotional needs of a neglected segment of society: underprivileged individuals aged 50 and older who are unable to provide safe and adequate living conditions for themselves.
For over seventy years, the JCC has been a place where families and individuals come together for friendship, affiliation and socialization in a safe and welcoming environment. Throughout their buildings, you will find a committed staff working together to provide our members and guests with quality experiences, excellent service and a sense of belonging.
Offers adoption services, counseling, programs for the elderly, loan programs, job placement, and immigrant assistance.
When Jews of Houston have no other source of funds for food, rent, medical care and other needs, the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Houston is available to provide immediate assistance in the form of a confidential, interest free loan.
The Union for Reform Judaism provides vision and leadership to Reform Jews and congregations on spiritual, ethical, social justice and management issues.