Living Compass program moved into a number of parishes in the Diocese of Texas to help bring health and good practices to these communities.
After 20 years, St. John’s Episcopal Church in La Porte made a bold decision to push the pause button on its after-school program
Six Congregations from the Episcopal Diocese of Texas came together this month to dream big about new ministries they are developing in partnership with EHF.
An EHF-sponsored report finds changing demographics, rural hospital closures and uncertainly about the future of the Affordable Care Act are all taking a damaging toll on the ability of Texas rural populations to access health services.
Learn how EHF is teaming up with congregations to create an area effort to involve community members in identifying problems and creating solutions.
EHF Community Engagement Officer Troy Bush-DiDonato writes about the importance of community engagement.
More than a dozen community leaders from across Robertson County to meet with EHF and learn what their neighbors say are the most critical health issues facing their communities.
Congregations often end up serving as a “front door” to the mental health system whether they acknowledge that role or not.