NAM is open and providing services!
For our Harris County Rental Assistance Clients
We will be reaching out to all of you within 5 business days
Please use this time to gather ALL of the Required Documents
NAM wants to help families in need deal with the difficulties they face. For many families, that means getting a second chance at life.
Effective June 15, 2020- NAM will be giving out 100 numbers for Rental and Utilities Assistance screening appointments every Monday beginning at 6:00 AM. Arriving before 5:30 AM will NOT secure anyone a place in line.
*Please do not arrive at NAM prior to 6AM as you will not be able to access the property and will be turned away.
Once you receive a number you will be asked to leave the property and return at 8:00 AM with your number and an ID for your screening appointment. Please come alone for your screening appointment as we are adhering to social distancing guidelines provided by the CDC, therefore we have no room for friends, children or other family members. *Note this screening appointment does not guarantee that you will receive rental or utilities assistance but it does give you access to be screened for eligibility.
We will be accepting applications for other basic needs (food, prescriptions) Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
The fastest way to get help from NAM is to review the information on this website, collect your required documents, and visit our walk in intake center at 15555 Kuykendahl Rd., Houston, TX 77090
Please review the documents required for assistance, and make sure you bring your required documents to your appointment.
Revise los documentos requeridos para recibir asistencia y asegúrese de llevar los documentos requeridos a su cita.
For your safety, if you need information from the Family Violence Center please call the 24 hour Hotline at: 281-885-4673 or 888-750-4673.
Due to public health concerns, all Young at Heart Senior Center programs have been suspended and NAM Resale is closed until further notice. For questions or concerns, please call (281) 885-4555.
It is the policy of Northwest Assistance Ministries to comply with Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended, (commonly known as the Fair Housing Act) by ensuring that all services are available to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, familial status, and sex. Northwest Assistance Ministries understands further that local ordinances may include other protected classes.