NAM offers comprehensive Housing programs to help families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and assist them on a path toward self-sufficiency. To access NAM programs and services please use the links below to review requirements and services provided.
Rent and Mortgage
To better serve you, NAM is now processing Rent and Mortgage Assistance applications online. Each week, we will issue Rent and Mortgage appointments by random selection. There is no longer any need to come to NAM and wait in line. Please do not visit NAM for rental assistance without receiving an appointment confirmation, as we will be unable to serve you.
Para brindar un mejor servicio, NAM está procesando las aplicaciones de asistencia online. Cada semana, daremos citas de asistencia solamente por selección aleatoria. Ya no hay necesidad de venir a NAM y esperar en la cola. No visite NAM para asistencia sin recibir una confirmación de la cita, ya que no podremos atenderlo.
Permanent Supportive Housing
NAM’s Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) programs are designed to promote residential stability and positive health outcomes by offering indefinite stay housing options to individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness and where at least one member of the household has a documented disability. Services include rent subsidies, case management, transportation assistance, and advocacy.
To determine if you are eligible for Permanent Supportive Housing you must be assessed at one of Houston’s designated Coordinated Access sites. Information can be obtained at Houston’s Coalition for the Homeless www.homelesshouston.org.
Rapid Re-Housing (RRH)
Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) program services provide homeless families with children rent subsidies and case management services on a set temporary schedule in an effort to give the household the opportunity to develop and implement plans that will result in self-sufficiency and independent living.
To determine if you are eligible, you must be assessed at one of Houston’s designated Coordinated Access sites. Visit www.homelesshouston.org.
HOMELESS PREVENTION PROGRAM(HPP)
NAM’s Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.
Housing Services Program
Phone: (281) 885-4531
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.