“Boys & Girls Clubs are committed to meeting the needs of kids and teens in their communities at all times, and especially in moments of crisis.”
- Jim Clark, President and CEO
Each day, more than 5,000 Boys & Girls Clubs across the United States open their doors to local children and teens. If a natural disaster occurs, Clubs are there to support and serve their community from crisis through recovery.
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Supporting our most vulnerable kids and their families.
It is important to recognize common reactions to grief and loss and have the resources to support youth in developing the skills they need to cope with grief and loss.
Accessing resources that can help during critical times.
Despite damage to their own facilities, Houston area Boys & Girls Clubs continued to serve families affected by Hurricane Harvey. See how Club staff mobilized in the face of this historic disaster.