What do they do?
SEARCH’s House of Tiny Treasures is a nationally accredited early childhood education program dedicated to serving children ages 2 – 5 whose families are experiencing homelessness and intense poverty. Their amazing facility was built in 2017 out of recycled materials. It has a super cozy feeling, but at the same time the children have a big place to play and be safe at the same time while they learn through Reggio Emilia curriculum. Its full-day, year-round program includes art, speech, and play therapy, healthy meals, transportation, and more. The place is beautiful, colorful and peaceful. I wanted to stay there, the place was so inviting. While I visited the kids were taking a nap. They all get a cot and a quilt that they get (this quits are hand made by individuals who donate them one or each child) to take home when they graduate.
HTT services also allow SEARCH’s adult clients to work and attend school while their children are benefiting from compassionate care and preparing for success in kindergarten and beyond.
They also offer case managers that help their clients with work, education, housing and any other needs they might have. They serve both parents and children to try to give as much opportunity as they can.
This kids and their families need our help. This people are part of our community and they deserve a chance just like anyone else does.
If you would like to know more about House of Tiny Treasures follow the link below or let me know and I can put you in touch with the amazing Molly who is my contact at SERACH homeless services. Be on the look out in the future as we will be helping them out as much as we can! I can’t wait to share more about this amazing institution and what they do to help end homelessness in Houston.
Do you want to help?
WE NEED DIAPERS SIZE 4 AND WIPES PLEASE!