Mental illness and specialty care does not have color, face, or name, but adequate support to address a variety of issues like toxic stressors that lead to depression can curve impacts through policy intervention. On Tuesday, May 2nd, The Houston Area Urban League, NAMI and partnering organizations in Houston gathered for a rally at the […]
Our Core Initiatives
People reached for Get Out The Count & Get Out The Vote (2020)
Served through mentoring, academic achievement, college and career awareness, and family & community engagement.
Served with homebuying education, rental counseling, veterans and surviving family support.
Served with Employment & Core Skills Training, Workforce Occupational Skills.
Around the League
Welcome to Your Houston Area Urban League
Since 1968, we have been committed to protecting the interests of those who have been put aside, dismissed, and marginalized throughout the history of our nation. Our organization has been a symbol of resistance for everyday people. Who’s the everyday person? It’s the person trying to protect their civil rights and liberties. The person beginning their entrepreneurial journey and is looking to invigorate their local economy. It’s the person yearning to improve, in mind, body, and spirit. It's also for the person willing to advocate for the disadvantaged and underrepresented. Essentially, the League is for the entire community. We battle for the community. We uphold the community in every way possible. HAUL works to provide all those who come through our doors the power of economic self-reliance, the power of justice, education, and advocacy.
- 13 Jun-13 Jun 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Urban Energy Jobs Program – Registration 5260 Griggs Rd, Houston, TX 77021
- 14 Jun 2023 Wednesday, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Keys to Purchasing Your Home Houston Community College South
- 15 Jun 2023 Thursday, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm Advancing Equity Luncheon TX 77056
- 15 Jun 2023 Thursday, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm First Time Home Buyer’s Orientation Virtual: Zoom
RECENT NEWS & UPDATES
Commentary: Proposed bills in Texas attack local communities
Texans are witnessing one of the most extreme, authoritarian and discriminatory legislative sessions in years. Bills moving through the Legislature would make Texas law dramatically more anti-immigrant; radically reduce the power of local governments, courts and prosecutors; diminish, criminalize and encourage interference with voting rights; and even impose extreme authoritarian views about what can be […]
Growing Houston Innovation Hub Announces New Workforce Partnership
Houston’s The Ion announced this week that it will partner with New York-based Per Scholas as its new workforce development partner. The partnership is part of the Ion District’s Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) that was approved by Houston City Council in late 2021. The $15.3 million agreement aimed to ensure that the 12-block innovation hub developed by […]