Where HOPE is ALIVE
The gospel of Jesus Christ calls us to be agents of hope and transformation in the lives of individuals and families.
St. Vincent's House provides services and resources to empower people to become self-sustaining and contributing members of our community.
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY COVID-19
For those in need of emergency assistance due to the current pandemic you can click the button below to view requirements and view/download the form.
For Food Pantry and Snack Packs: The food pantry and snack packs will now be done via drive thru
Monday - Friday, 9am-1pm behind St. Vincent’s in the alley.
You can view/download the Food Bank intake form here.
Other services, including case management and clinic appointments will be handled remotely
If you have any questions, please call 409-763-8521
ASISTENCIA DE EMERGENCIA PARA LOS AFECTADOS POR COVID-19
Para aquellos que necesitan asistencia de emergencia debido a la pandemia actual, pueden hacer clic en el botón a continuación para ver los requisitos y ver / descargar el formulario.
Para la despensa de alimentos y los paquetes de refrigerios: la despensa de alimentos y los paquetes de refrigerios ahora se realizarán en automóvil de lunes a viernes de 9am - 1pm detrás de
St. Vincent's en el callejón.
Otros servicios, incluida la gestión de casos y las citas clínicas, se gestionarán de forma remota.
Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame al 409-763-8521
The Evolution of
St. Vincent's House
In the words of St. Vincent de Paul, “Go to the poor: you will find God.”
Today, St. Vincent's House (SVH) is a 501(c)(3) faith-based social service ministry of the Episcopal
Diocese of Texas.
Since its charter in 1956, by the island’s three Episcopal congregations: Trinity, Grace and St. Augustine, ST. Vincent's House has expanded its service area to include economically and resource-challenged citizens throughout Galveston County. St. Vincent's current partners include UTMB, providing free and reduced cost medical care to Galveston County's most vulnerable populations since 1984, Family Service Center providing mental health services, Galveston County Food Bank providing nutrition assistance, Galveston County Commissioner's Court providing emergency assistance and other local and state agencies.
Among our current programs are a food pantry, take-along snack packs and shower and laundry ministry to the homeless, comprehensive case management setting families and individuals on a path to self-sustainability, financial literacy, free clinics for speech, occupational and physical therapy, general medicine and multiple specialty clinics for chronic and acute care.