Welcome To Houston Vital Signs Inc.

Houston Vital Signs Inc.

Houston Vital Signs Inc. extends its support and care to a variety of vulnerable groups, including Veterans and their families, young adults in Foster Care, and immigrant children navigating government systems.

Our Heritage Houses are specifically designed to provide a haven for children and young adults who have faced trauma, abuse, neglect, or family separation. We offer continuous therapeutic care to assist these individuals on their path to healing. Recognizing the importance of community involvement, we urge you to explore our programs aimed at creating stable and nurturing environments for underprivileged children. In addition to our focus on migrant and foster care, HVSI also offers comprehensive support services for Veterans and their families.

Who We Are

About Us

Since 1990, Houston Vital Signs, Inc. (HVSI) has served underserved communities throughout Greater Houston.  As a 501 (c) (3) charitable agency, our mission is to revitalize, repair, and restore underprivileged communities to a place of wholeness.

Mission statement

We aim to revitalize, repair, and restore underprivileged communities to a place of wholeness.

Welcome To Houston Vital Signs Inc.

Our Restorative Process

Evaluation & Assessment

Evaluation is a critical component of a developmental guidance and counseling program and ensures accountability.

Training & Treatment

We provide substance-free residential facilities for those recovering from alcohol and/or substance abuse.

Life & Personal Development

Youth will learn hands-on, interactive life skills with their assigned mentors and in a small group setting.

Our Partner

We collaborate extensively with our nonprofit and community partners to create fundraising …

Founder: Al Moten

Letter from Our Founder

Dear Community Partner,

Houston Vital Signs, Inc. (HVSI) is a non-profit organization that has been dedicated to the rejuvenation and rehabilitation of disadvantaged communities in Greater Houston for more than 30 years. Our wide range of programs caters to the social, physical, emotional, clinical, vocational, and self-help needs of both young people and adults who are facing challenges such as poverty, unstable housing, substance abuse, mental health issues, and general health problems.

In the United States alone, there are approximately 391,000 children and youths in foster care. Shockingly, 23,000 of them age out of the system every year without finding permanent placement. It’s alarming that 1 in 5 of these individuals end up homeless instantly after leaving foster care and less than 3 earn a college degree in their lifetime. The situation is particularly worrying in Texas where there has been an increase of 1,100 children without placement from 2019 to 2021.

Expert Team

Our Leadership

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