Northwest Assistance Ministries is aware of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat in Harris County and the surrounding areas. NAM is monitoring the situation on an ongoing basis and is in communication with the appropriate organizations. As always NAM’s guiding principles of Neighbors Helping Neighbors compels us to serve our community and will serve as the foundation of any decisions that may come our way.
NAM will continue to assist the community with food, medical care, and other emergency assistance.
Seniors who once attended NAM’s Young at Heart Senior Center for lunch are now having their meals delivered to them through our Meals on Wheels services. Seniors have also received two weeks of shelf stable meals should an interruption in service occur.
NAM’s Family Violence Center is still counseling families that are dealing with domestic violence or are feeling overwhelmed.
NAM’s Pediatric Health Center has all of the necessary protocols in place to continue seeing pediatric patients.
NAM’s Joanne Watford Nutrition Center is seeing a dramatic increase for food and we adjusted our food pantry process to promote social distancing and limit contact by providing a drive-up service for clients.
Classes for Administrative Professional and QuickBooks through our Learning & Training Center are being continued online.
NAM continues to monitor the situation on an ongoing basis and will continue to proceed with caution to maintain the health and safety of our clients, volunteer, and staff. As always, NAM’s guiding principles of Neighbors Helping Neighbors will serve as the foundation of any decisions that may come their way.
For those that need assistance, simply walk into NAM’s office located at 15555 Kuykendahl Rd., no appointment necessary. NAM is also in need of food and financial donations so we can continue to assist those in need.
For more information call (281) 885-4555.