CRR celebrated their grand opening of the new Baroness Kandy Kaye Horn Employment and Technology center with a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony. The building is 15,000 square feet and sit side-by-side with the old building. All services in the new building will allow us to assist more veterans and their families, the Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals, and provide employment related services to the community.
Career & Recovery Resources, Inc., (CRR) recognized as being one of the
Largest Better Business Bureau Charitable Organizations in the
Houston Business Journal,
CRR’s Deaf Services program expanded its emphasis on life skills such as English as a Second Language (ESL), driver’s education and other training to help deaf and hearing-impaired clients achieve greater participation in the community and workforce. Services were expanded to hearing persons as well, with American Sign Language (ASL) classes available at no charge at our main location.
In 2013, CRR seeks and receives the highest level of program funding from the Veterans Administration for its Veteran Services Programs.
In 2013, CRR’s CEO, Dr. Vern Swisher, was presented with the Houston Community College’s Black History Scholarship Award for unstoppable community leadership.