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CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread

I Was A Stranger, and You Welcomed Me

“Susie” appeared on the doorstep of Our Daily Bread, our homeless outreach in Galveston, with her 3 month old child, telling the staff that she had nowhere to turn. Someone on the street had given her the name and address of Our Daily Bread and told her to go there “because they will help you.”…

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Serving Hope and Safety at CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread

CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread Security Officer Daniel Griffin

For 27-year-old Daniel Griffin, Non Commission Security Officer with Central investigation & Security Solutions, the challenge of assessing and providing a safe place for both clients and staff, is never dull. A Day in Daniel’s Shoes Griffin helps clients look at things objectively all while securing their daylong stay at CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread for…

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Westwood Wealth Management Joins the Fight to Care for Galveston’s Homeless

Special Guest Speaker Chris Gardner and Leah Bennett, CFA, and President of Westwood Wealth Management Houston at the Annual Spring Luncheon at the River Oaks Country Club

Westwood Wealth Management, an investment management organization, does more than just give back. The organization invests where it counts, championing CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread’s values. Westwood Wealth Management is helping to make the homeless services facility’s intentions a reality. For 34 years, CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread has worked to help the underserved population on Galveston…

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UTMB Students Help CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread Clients Achieve Better Quality of Life

UTMB Occupational therapy students; Kelsey Burrous, Taylor Harder, Sarah Savedra, Courtney Martin, and Lakin Carpenter help the homeless at CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread with occupational therapy

University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) students, on their psycho social rotations are incorporating their fieldwork into the CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread program. The students use their occupational therapy knowledge and practicum to help the homeless population acclimate to the community, using occupational therapy. Defining Occupational Therapy Occupational therapy is not what you think it…

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Everyday People: Richard Jesse Reece in His Own Words

richard Jesse Reece sitting on the steps of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church opposite Our Daily Bread

In The Beginning I was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1971 at 16-years-old, my parents and I a Judge gave me a choice, either a Boys Home or the service and I picked the Marine Corps. I am a proud member of the 103rd Battalion. My military occupational specialty (MOS) was Motor Transport and I…

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