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Vote for Open Door Mission As Your 2017 Chevron Houston Marathon Run for a Reason Favorite Charity Contest!
The 2017 Chevron Houston Marathon Run for a Reason Favorite Charity Contest HAS OFFICIALLY BEGUN!!!
In honor of Super Bowl 51 in Houston, Chevron will donate $51,000 to the charity with the most votes beginning MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2016 through FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2017.
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Like many of us, Luis’ life was busy. “I had two girls and a wife, but I spent all my time working,” he remembers. “I was thinking only about myself and didn’t have time for my family.”
To ease the strain of an 84-hour work week, Luis decided to give the new synthetic marijuana a try. […]
Thank You Law Firm of Seyfarth and Shaw, LLP
Open Door Mission is pleased to announce Law Firm of Seyfarth and Shaw, LLP has once again chosen The Open Door Mission as it’s “Charity of Choice” for Corporate Sponsorship in the 2016-2017 Houston Chevron Marathon. Thank you for the continued support Law Firm of […]
“I remember taking a bag of heroin to the park when I was five years old,” Percy says. “My father was an addict. My mother was an addict. It trickled down to me and my brother.”
At 13, when most kids are in junior high, Percy was dealing drugs, drinking and smoking marijuana.
When he got older, […]
Jerrett had a happy childhood in Baton Rouge. He was a gifted athlete and the only child of doting parents. His life seemed ideal, but in his 18th year, it all turned upside down when his parents divorced. Jerrett was hurt and confused, and began using marijuana and alcohol to numb his pain. Before long, […]
Murphy’s Law says, “Everything that can go wrong, will go wrong.”
It could have been written about Gene!
He’d gotten hurt at work and run out of money. With no job and no place to live, he came to our Convalescent Care Center to recover, where we can house up to 33 homeless men who have been […]