Homeless Outreach
We have multiple teams that travel the roads and highways of the Cypress-Fairbanks area looking for homeless individuals and families.  We work with these people to assist them to find the help they need to transition out of homelessness.  There are varying levels of homelessness that we include in our services, the newly homeless, chronically homeless, and sheltered homeless.  Our goal is to offer encouragement, food, water, clothing, supplies, and connections to other services.  We assist those who are working to make the transition out of homelessness along with those who are content to live as they are.
Teen Initiative
Our major programs for homeless teens are Fill-a-Bin, Cards of Hope, Upward Progress and soon to come will be our Scholarship Program.
Fill-a-Bin - we provide items that are necessary to daily living for the homeless students in each of the CFISD high schools. We provide snacks, school supplies, toiletries, and hygiene products.
Cards of Hope - we provide $50 gift cards homeless high school students and their siblings.
Upward Progress (UP) - we assist with expenses required for extra-curricular school activities, fees for vocational courses, graduation expenses and other items as needed and as funds allow. 
Holiday Meals & Gifts
During the holiday season when most families are exchanging gifts, gathering over a home cooked meal, and enjoying holiday festivities, many of our clients are alone, hungry, and forgotten by their families.  We try to bring some joy to the homeless and forgotten during the holiday seasons by preparing and distributing hot home cooked meals and giving small season appropriate gifts to them...  colored eggs at Easter, turkey & dressing at Thanksgiving and filled stockings at Christmas.  
Homeless Prevention
In an effort to end the cycle of homelessness, CFHH awards Vocational Scholarships to homeless high school students who reside within (CFISD) boundaries.  These scholarships provide funding for courses designed for quick entry into the workforce.

 The winners of Cy-Fair Helping Hands’ Vocational Scholarship will receive a one-time award valued up to $2500 each. The recipients may choose the community college, meet that college's eligibility requirements and must be homeless.