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Planned Parenthood of Houston & SE Texas

Purpose: To ensure the right and ability of all individuals to manage their sexual and reproductive health by providing health services, education, and advocacy. Founded in 1936. Programs: Teen and Family/Community Education on sexuality and relationships. HIV education and medical services: affordable, preventive reproductive health services provided at 10 health centers in Houston and SE Texas; call (800) 230-PLAN or visit www.ppgulfcoast.org.…More Details
4600 Gulf Freeway Houston TX 77023 Work Phone: (713) 522-6363 : (713) 522-9047 Website: Planned Parenthood of Houston & SE Texas Website

Purpose: To ensure the right and ability of all individuals to manage their sexual and reproductive health by providing health services, education, and advocacy. Founded in 1936.

Programs: Teen and Family/Community Education on sexuality and relationships. HIV education and medical services: affordable, preventive reproductive health services provided at 10 health centers in Houston and SE Texas; call (800) 230-PLAN or visit
http://www.ppgulfcoast.org.

Major Events: Luncheon to commemorate the Roe vs. Wade decision, January.

Volunteer Opportunities: Assistance is needed in health centers, administration, school programs, and public affairs. Contact Anitra Daniel, Director of Volunteers at (713) 831-6522 or [email protected].

Speakers Bureau: (713) 522-6240 or

http://www.ppgulfcoast.org.

Publications: E-newsletter.

 

Melaney Linton, President and CEO
(713) 522-6240

Rochelle Tafolla, VP Communications and Marketing / Media/Press
(713) 831-6573
[email protected]

Meryl Cohen, VP Education
(713) 831-6557
[email protected].

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Preservation Houston

Purpose: To promote the preservation and appreciation of Houston’s architectural and cultural historic resources through advocacy, education, and committed action; thereby creating economic value and developing a stronger sense of community. Regular Meetings: Walking tours, second Sunday of each month. Programs: Preservation advocacy, Historic Neighborhoods Council, Realtor programs, heritage education program, heritage tourism promotion, Museum of Houston digital archive and online museum.…More Details
3272 Westheimer, Suite 2 Houston TX 77098-1008 3272 Westheimer, Suite 2 Houston TX 77098-1008 Work Phone: (713) 510-3990 Website: Preservation Houston Website

Purpose: To promote the preservation and appreciation of Houston’s architectural and cultural historic resources through advocacy, education, and committed action; thereby creating economic value and developing a stronger sense of community.

Regular Meetings: Walking tours, second Sunday of each month.

Programs: Preservation advocacy, Historic Neighborhoods Council, Realtor programs, heritage education program, heritage tourism promotion, Museum of Houston digital archive and online museum.

Major Events: Good Brick Awards, Jan./Feb.; National Preservation Month Luncheon, May.

Volunteer Opportunities: Tour docents and ticket sellers. Research and photography of buildings.

Speaker’s Bureau: Contact Ramona Davis

Formerly Greater Houston Preservation Alliance.

David Bush; Acting Executive Director
[email protected]

Kathleen Nuzzo, Membership Coordinator
[email protected]

Jim Parsons; Programs Director
[email protected]

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Public Citizen – Texas

Purpose: To research and recommend policy that will lower electric bills, increase clean and renewable sources of energy, and combats greenhouse gas emissions responsible for global climate change by working to encourage city and state incentives for energy efficiency and to create incentives and mandates for more renewable energy. Programs: Policy programs in are climate change, promoting clean government, fighting dirty energy, advancing energy efficiency in Texas, advancing renewable energy in Texas and student organizing.…More Details
Work 309 East 11th St., Suite 2 Austin Texas 78701 Work Phone: (512) 477-1155 Website: http://www.citizen.org/texas

Purpose: To research and recommend policy that will lower electric bills, increase clean and renewable sources of energy, and combats greenhouse gas emissions responsible for global climate change by working to encourage city and state incentives for energy efficiency and to create incentives and mandates for more renewable energy.

Programs: Policy programs in are climate change, promoting clean government, fighting dirty energy, advancing energy efficiency in Texas, advancing renewable energy in Texas and student organizing.

Publications: Texas Vox Blog, the Voice of Public Citizen in Texas.

Intern Opportunities: Over 300 interns have been trained and mentored in Texas. Contact Stephanie Thomas ([email protected]) for more information.

Adrian Shelley, Executive Director
[email protected]

Stephanie Thomas, Researcher and Community Organizer–Houston Representative [email protected]