The Church of Scientology Mission of Houston

Volunteer Ministers at Work in Houston

Scientology Volunteer Ministers worldwide work directly with community leaders, officials, support personnel and citizens to bring order and real help in the face of disaster. The demand for help has never been greater.

Scientology Volunteer Ministers are among the first to arrive when disaster strikes. Trained to respond to emergency situations, they provide whatever is needed to immediately alleviate suffering and bring order quickly. And because the technology they apply is simple and effective, they quickly train others so they too can provide help. That is why Scientology Volunteer Ministers live by the motto: Something Can Be Done About It.

Houston VMs in Action — Hurricane Ike Recovery

Donate now to help our Houston Volunteer Ministers during the recovery from Hurricane Ike. Your donation today will help us continue to assist our community throughout the recovery period. Click this link to make your donation via PayPal.

Keep Up with VM Activities During Ike's Aftermath

Check out the activities of the Houston Volunteer Ministers during the recovery from Hurricane Ike. Learn more about where we're helping and how you can join the effort. Keep track of our progress by reading and subscribing to the VMs in Action blog.

Become a Scientology Volunteer Minister

In the last year alone the Scientology Volunteer Ministers have given real help to 1.6 million people from all walks of life and in 114 countries. The Houston Volunteer Ministers need people who would like to be trained to offer assistance when disasters strike. Also needed are people who can help behind the scenes with organization and administrative tasks. If you have even a few hours to spare each month, please sign up to become a Houston Volunteer Minister, and check the Houston VMs in Action Blog for updates, meeting notices, news, events and more.

Katrina VMs in Action

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Houston Volunteer Ministers joined an unprecedented coalition of local, state and federal agencies and other volunteer organizations “to provide temporary shelter, social services and relocation options” for the citizens in need of care. In less than a day a city was created offering shelter, health care, child care, housing assistance, travel vouchers, employment services and more.

Houston Volunteer Ministers worked tirelessly to assist the more than 27,000 people temporarily housed in Houston Astrodome. Coordinating actvities with other community volunteer organizations, our Volunteer Ministers managed water distribution, assisted with clothing and personal items distribution, assisted families trying to find lost relatives, collected donations for child care, and offered counsel and comfort to the 27,000 people in the shelter.

Call today to learn how you can become a Volunteer Minister —


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