Krist Samaritan Center receives $50,000 grant
The Krist Samaritan Center recently received a $50,000 grant from The Cullen Trust for Health Care.
The grant will support the center's Counseling Assistance Fund, a fund providing high-quality mental health services on a sliding-fee scale.
The Cullen Trust for Health Care has gifted the center with funds in past years, but this most recent grant is the largest awarded to the center from the trust.
"We are so very grateful to be chosen for this grant by The Cullen Trust for Health Care," said Executive Director of Krist Samaritan Center, Dr. Gerald DeSobe. "Their confidence in us is truly reflected by this significant gift, and we will work hard to be good stewards of the funds they have entrusted to us."
Founded in 1986, the Krist Samaritan Center is a not-for-profit, faith-based organization committed to providing affordable counseling services and educational programs to people of all economic backgrounds, as well as training for church and mental health professionals.
For more information, visit www.samaritanhouston.org.
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