American Association of Christian Counselors

AACC is committed to assisting Christian counselors and the entire ‘community of care,’ licensed professionals, pastors, and caring church members with little or no formal training. It is our intention to equip clinical, pastoral, and lay caregivers with Biblical truth and psychosocial insights that ministers to hurting persons and helps them move to personal wholeness, interpersonal competence, mental stability, and spiritual maturity.

Covenant House Texas

Part of an international network founded in New York, Covenant House Texas opened its doors in Houston in 1983. We help kids in crisis through residential programs, community services and outreach efforts designed to keep young people off the streets.

Each night, Covenant House Texas provides shelter to an average of 100 residential clients under the age of 21. We work with dozens more who come in for walk-in services, meet with our HIV case manager or visit counselors through our aftercare program. In addition, we serve hundreds of homeless kids and at-risk youths through our outreach and prevention efforts.

Teen and Family Services

Teen & Family Services was founded in May 2002 by Steve McAllister & George Youngblood, professionals who shared a vision of addressing adolescent substance use issues by creating a community of support for families. This vision included combining the strengths of an alternative peer group, and an indicated prevention program, with proven counseling approaches to serve the needs of the entire family.

Wild Fire

Imagine thousands of guys, many with their sons, coming together to worship God and to learn more about the life of true adventure He intends for us as men. Even more, imagine a two-day event packed full of workshops, exhibits, and fun around the stuff that men love: hunting, fishing, football, baseball, motorcycles, racing, extreme sports and other outdoor activities — featuring some of the leading experts in the world.

Mercy Street

Our mission is to create a safe harbor for the hurt, the lost, the seeking so that they might experience the radical grace of God. Our community forms a mosaic of people diverse in our experiences and backgrounds but common in our desire to seek a closer relationship with God. Many of us are involved in recovery from addictions or bad church experiences.