Volunteers of America (VOA) is a faith-based nonprofit organization founded in 1896 that provides affordable housing and other assistance services primarily to low-income people throughout the United States.
In addition to those in need of affordable housing, VOA assists veterans, low-income seniors, children and families, the homeless, those with intellectual disabilities, those recovering from addiction, and the formerly incarcerated.
We specialize in permanent, supportive housing options for seniors, families, and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
With more than 40 housing communities across the state, Volunteers of America Texas is one of the state's largest affordable housing providers for low-income households.
Click here for more information and to find VOA housing options.
Volunteers of America Texas SA LIGHT is a 90-day inpatient residential treatment program serving women and women with children.
Goals of the program for clients include living a substance free lifestyle, improving parenting skills, and reintegrating into society through stable housing and employment.
Client must be a female age 18 or older. Must meet criteria for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) being moderate to severe.
Potential client must have a child under the age of 18. Two children up to the age of 12 may be brought to the program with the client. If potential client has no children, they must be 7 months pregnant or greater.
No fees for program participation.