Supervised Visitation Program: ABC is a non-profit organization supporting non-violence and strengthening families by facilitating monitored access with a focus on fostering the parent-child relationship through collaboration, communication and education.
Angel Reach is a faith-based nonprofit organization that helps children and youth between the ages of 16-24 achieve their full potential in spite of the obstacles placed on them by broken families and a broken system.
The motto of Lions International is “We Serve,” and the Conroe Noon Lions Club and its members are committed to service in their communities, their country, and their world. Along with Lions clubs around the state of Texas, CNLC supports the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville. The camp provides special camping sessions for children with physical disabilities, diabetes and Downs syndrome at no cost to their families. Other youth oriented projects include: Reaves Elementary – Adopt A School, drug awareness programs, youth scholarship contests, peace poster contests, scholarships to area seniors, and sponsoring the Conroe High School LEO Club.
Foster children and youth will develop into healed, educated, and independent adults with hope for their future as a result of camps, mentoring, and practical support. Since 2009, Love Fosters Hope has been pairing teens in need of a friend and positive role model with adults of exceptional character and compassion.
The Riverside Project is a collaborative initiative to mobilize Houston’s churches and community leaders to respond strategically to the foster care crisis.
Through local churches, we want to provide foster youth with a tribe of people who care for them, believe in their individual and amazing God-given talents, and mentor them within and outside of the foster care system.
Connecting child welfare and related professionals to comprehensive resources to help protect children & strengthen families.