BakerRipley is constantly evolving in response to the larger story in the Houston region, and that story right now is about hardworking, low-income families moving up the economic ladder, and achieving greater opportunities. This is where we share our thoughts and views on the bigger story — on the policies, decisions, events, actions, and everything around us that impacts our communities. Be a part of the discussion. We’re listening.
Targeted for being a lesbian and a former police officer Doris and her daughter fled El Salvador seeking asylum. Leslie Crow, one of our immigration attorneys, writes about her improbable story.
While national leaders establish borders and visa regimes, local authorities are responsible for welcoming new arrivals.
For three decades the BakerRipley Dementia Day Center has impacted thousands of older adults and their families in Houston.
Smart people learn from experiences. Wise people learn from the experience of others.
Angela shares words of wisdom and parting words with the BakerRipley staff.
“The Community engineers program trained me to know how to really be involved, to unite the community and to be a voice for the neighbors,” Raul said.
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