Tonys Place exists to help LGBTQ+ youth who are experiencing homelessness
Tony’s Place is a drop-in center focusing on LGBTQ+ youth up to 25 years of age who are unstably housed, couch surfing or experiencing homelessness.
The goal of Tony’s Place is to provide solutions for immediate needs. It is also a place where youth can learn life skills for a better future and find caring support.
Tony’s Place provides services free of charge, including:
Hot meals | Showers | Laundry | Backpacks | Hygiene Kits | Fashionable Clothing
Mail service | Use of computers | Wi-Fi | Phone Charging
We also help our youth develop and thrive in the long-term through education, health and wellness, occupational training and cultural development and enrichment programs.
Help provide resources for homeless youth
Pride Houston 2019 is June 22nd 2019 and Tony’s Place needs your help to get there! Tony’s Place is looking to set up a booth at the Houston Pride Festival, which has been extremely helpful for the organization in the past. Staff and volunteers are able to spread the word to the Houston public, interact Read more about Help Tony’s Place get to Pride 2019[…]
We are raising money so that Tony’s Place, and Tony’s Place members, can participate in Houston Pride Festival and Parade 2018. At Tony’s Place, members have access to free services such as: food, showers, laundry, clothing, computer use, hygiene items, case management and various special programs. As Tony’s Place caters to the specific needs of Read more about Help Tony’s Place Go To Houston Pride 2018[…]
We are looking forward to the Variety Show produced by Contemporary Relationships Conference that is being held on May 4th at 7pm. The show is beneffiting Tony’s Place and tickets can be purchased for $25 here. In addition to some of our very own board members performing, we just got news of two more performers. Rob Nash Read more about Performer announcement for the Variety Show[…]
Join us Friday, May 4th at 7pm for an exciting variety show benefiting Tony’s Place. The show is being produced by the Contemporary Relationships Conference and will feature some of our very own board members! You do not want to miss this amazing show that promises to outshine and outdazzle! Tickets are $25 and can be Read more about Variety Show Benefiting Tony’s Place[…]
While we are always accepting donations to keep our center active, occasionally there are specific needs that come up. There are a few current needs that we would like to draw your attention to in case you are able to help with them. These are items that are donated with less frequency, so they always Read more about February Donation Needs[…]
Buy your tickets now at Eventbrite to “Caring Cabaret Finds a Home”! Caring Cabaret performs this show live at Ovations Night Club on Saturday December 2, 8pm-10pm. Seating is available for only a $25 donation and $50 donors will have preferred seating. 100% of your donation goes to Tony’s Place and the show includes a selective Read more about Caring Cabaret Raises Funds for Tony’s Place![…]
We were closed for Harvey, but now we are recovering. Harvey is one of the worst natural disasters to hit the United States, but MaDonna Land, our Program Director, will be re-opening Tony’s Place on Friday, September 1st, to help the youth we serve as quickly as possible. It is unknown at this time exactly Read more about Tony’s Place Reopening After Hurricane Harvey[…]
Tony’s Place has begun a new and important collaboration with The Salvation Army’s Young Adult Resource Center (YARC) to serve young people who are experiencing homelessness. The two organizations are moving from their current locations to begin sharing space at their new campus at 1603 McGowen Street in July. Each will maintain its separate identity, while providing services that complement those of the other. “The Salvation Army’s mission Read more about Tony’s Place and YARC Join Forces To Assist Homeless Youth[…]
The PRIDE Houston organization, the one that sponsors and organizes the Houston LGBTQ Pride Parade each year, has selected Tony Carroll, Marion Coleman and Arden Eversmeyer as Honorary Grand Marshals of the Houston Pride Parade for 2017. We are so proud that the late Tony Carroll, the namesake of Tony’s Place, will receive this high Read more about PRIDE Houston selects Tony Carroll and others as Honorary Grand Marshals[…]