Welcome to India House Houston!
With over 120,000 Houston area Indo-Americans, India House represents a rapidly growing segment of Houstonians. Within this community, various organizations provide community services including cultural and language education, immigration services, medical services, and legal services. India House provides the “facility and infrastructure to support the broad needs of the Indian community” and the disconnected organizations providing services to this community. Recognizing these facts and to provide most essential services and participate with the American community at large, it was the desire of the Indo-American community to build a facility that would welcome all to receive and share values among all who wish to participate.
Instigated to “promote Indian culture and values by providing social, cultural, recreational and community programs, thereby showcasing the Indian community and raising awareness about Indian culture in the local community,” the India house vision was expanded to include a campus facility to serve not only the Indo-American community but also Houstonians.
The services requirements described outline two distinct project phases.
Phase-1 Now completed and located in the Southwest part of Houston at 8888 West Bellfort Avenue, Houston, TX 77031. Our aim is to provide programs and services catered for:
Community seniors – the facility includes senior activity areas and senior support services
Community Educational Needs – the facility provides cultural, vocational and continuing education classes and a library
Community Service Needs – the facility provides basic healthcare and wellness services, legal counseling, immigrant services, and serves as a home for other non-profit service entities.
Community Families and Singles - the facility will provide childcare, continuing education classes, recreational activities and social functions
Community Cultural Activities – the facility provides a large ball room and banquet hall for various performances and activities held by various organizations.
Phase-2 Of the project is the Cultural Arts Center and provisions for expanded community services. The Cultural Arts Center may include facilities for performing and visual arts, poetry recitals, and retails space for crafts, a food court served by Indian restaurants and a museum to showcase India’s diverse heritage. In addition a safe house is programmed to aid battered spouses and abandoned children.
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