The faith-based nonprofit offers health benefit and financial assistance; a food pantry; counseling for survivors of sexual and domestic abuse; and other social services.
The Katy Area Chamber will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 17 at 8 a.m. for Katy Christian Ministries’ new social services and administration building, located at 3506 Porter Road, Katy. The faith-based nonprofit has a health benefits access program for services, such as SNAP—the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program—Medicaid and Medicare; provides financial assistance for rent, utilities and prescriptions along with vouchers for clothes and furniture as well as gas cards when available; and offers food assistance, where those in need can receive emergency bags, personal care items, nonperishable food items, and fresh fruits and vegetables.
Katy Christian Ministries also provides trauma-informed counseling services and a crisis center for victims of domestic and sexual abuse; support groups for teens and parents; and programs for career preparedness, tutoring and self-empowerment. 281-391-9623. www.ktcm.org