701 N. Post Oak Road, Suite 330
Houston, TX 77024
Interfaith CarePartners is a non-profit organization that works with partner congregations to assist their development of service programs that manifest each congregation's commitment to member care that serves both its own families and as an outreach program in the wider community. Interfaith CarePartners' principals created the Care Team model of in-home support for families with special needs in 1985. These projects are linked together by Interfaith CarePartners in an interfaith network of partner congregations as a basis for team training, continuing education, and volunteer service. The teams are groups of 12 or more laypeople from a congregation who offer support to individuals and families affected by chronic or terminal illnesses such as ALZHEIMER'S & other dementia-related disorders, HIV / AIDS, SECOND FAMILY (frail adult, other than dementia-related) and KIDS' PALS for children with chronic ailments or illnesses.
Children & Youth, Community, Volunteerism & Philanthropy, Disabled, Elderly, Health & Disease