A Solid Foundation in Houston, TX

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1. Solid foundation preschool

6011 Beau Harp CtHouston, TX 77049

(713) 416-1207

From Business: Home based preschool

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2. Solid Foundation Ministries

16940 Ella BlvdHouston, TX 77090

(281) 580-1117
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3. A Solid Foundation Consulting Firm and Tutorial SE

2440 Texas PkwyMissouri City, TX 77489

(346) 304-2118
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4. Solid Foundations

9501 Vicksburg AveTexas City, TX 77591

(409) 933-1634
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Helpful Reviews 
Ambassadors Caregivers
Steve X. rated

Great, is all I can say! We were away from the city for a week and we needed an assistant for our Mom who could help her with her daily activities. After one week when we arrived home, my mother seemed happier and was doing much better. It was a great experience with Ambassadors Caregivers.

A Caring Safe Place Inc
Justin C. rated

A Caring Safe Place is one of the best if not the best transitional facilities .in houston as an former client there the program allowed me to get my life back on track.Not only did i graduate the program but i was also offered an job there which has allowed me to give back that was given to me,Ive seen numerous of clients go on to be successful,

Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care
Gerry F. rated

My father was diagnosed with Dementia & Alzheimer's almost 5-years ago. in 2011, we had to move Dad to Seven Acres where he lived for over 4-years - on the Alzheimer's floor. The care and compassion shown to him during these last years was so much more than we could have hoped. We were at peace knowing he was treated with respect and love. We want to thank the entire staff, and especially those on the 2nd floor Miller unit for their love. Dad passed away a few weeks ago and the outpouring of caring meant more than they could ever possibly know.

Ambassadors Caregivers
Noequithea H. rated

I currently an employee for Ambassador Caregivers and I couldn't ask for a better job.They take into consideration challenages patients and employess may face while assuring patients are cared for,employees are hardworking,and able to give their best.I love this company and all that we stand for! -Noequithea Howard

Concierge Luxury Care
Rhonda M. rated

Stay away!! Back in mid January of 2014 my mom was there to finish out some IV antibiotics. Mom developed a chest "infection" from aspirating severely on a Wednesday evening. Mom had a Feeding Tube surgically placed 1/1/2014. They weren't checking mom's residual on her feeding tube like they are supposed to each and every time which helps prevent and monitor aspiration. Her temp was 103. She was doing so well and was to go home that weekend.... her birthday was on Sunday. They had staff changes at The Concierge including upper management from a crappy place called Park Manor that very week. (1 star ratings/ reviews/health inspections out of 5 stars). They had awesome nurses quit left and right with the new change, and had been hiring off the street to start the same day to fill these positions. This Park Manor group are a very incompetent group that tries to play the CYA (Cover Your A$$) game but it wasn't working out for them they found out. A brand new nurse removed my mom's picc line and was NOT supposed to! Strict orders to not remove it until she was released. Then we spoke to a nit wit doctor (they use different ones every day) that told us that she was dying from the aspiration pneumonia and that it was a "good way to die". She went in depth explaining it. What the heck? Seriously woman? I am sure she is the same type of person that takes their old dog and dumps it at the pound /shelter to be euthanized just because it's getting old and they got a new puppy. I walked away and told her that I was not going to have her talk to about my mom like that. No one talks about my mom like she's a dog! So the next day another doctor started mom on more antibiotics orally this time because remember, her Picc line was removed. >:{ We were told that day it wouldn't help because she's had too many antibiotics as it was recently. They had been giving mom breathing treatments as well. She threw up several times too. Poor mom was coughing so bad she couldn't rest. Just when she improves and is back to herself, finally feeling good, this happens. I was beyond livid at this point with this new group and their incompetent new employees. We got mom home via ambulance and placed her under hospice care. She fought a hard battle, beat the pneumonia but passed away a few months later on 4/27/14. If you love your family, please don't take them here!

Concierge Luxury Care
Rhonda M. rated

Stay away!! Back in mid January of 2014 my mom was there to finish out some IV antibiotics. Mom now has developed a chest "infection" from aspirating severely on a Wednesday evening. Mom had a Feeding Tube surgically placed 1/1/2014. They weren't checking mom's residual on her feeding tube like they are supposed to each and every time which helps prevent and monitor aspiration. Her temp was 103. She was doing so well and was to go home that weekend.... her birthday is on Sunday. They have had staff changes at The Concierge including upper management from a crappy place called Park Manor that very week. (1 star ratings/ reviews/health inspections out of 5 stars). They had awesome nurses quit left and right with the new change, and had been hiring off the street to start the same day to fill these positions. This Park Manor group are a very incompetent group that tries to play the CYA (Cover Your A$$) game but it wasn't working out for them they are found out. A brand new nurse removed my mom's picc line and was NOT supposed to! Strict orders to not remove it until she was released. Then we spoke to a nit wit doctor (they use different ones every day) that told us that dying from pneumonia was a good way to die. She went in depth explaining it. WTF? Seriously woman? I am sure she is the same type of person that takes their old dog and dumps it at the pound /shelter to be euthanized just because it's getting old. I walked away and told her that I was not going to have her talk to about my mom like that. rap. No one talks about my mom like she's a dog! So the next day another doctor started mom on more antibiotics orally this time because remember, her Picc line was removed. >:{ We were told today it wouldn't help because she's had too many antibiotics as it was recently. They had been giving mom breathing treatments as well. She threw up several times too. Poor mom was coughing so bad she couldn't rest. Just when she improves and is back to herself, finally feeling good, this happens. I was beyond livid at this point with this new group and their incompetent new employees. We got mom home via ambulance and placed her under hospice care. She fought a hard battle, beat the pneumonia but passed away 4/27/14. If you love your family, please don't take them here!

Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care
adah123 rated

Seven acres is good somehow (the decorations and outside environment) but the staff is not well paid ...May be they dont have money to pay their staff well... .... the staff look hardworking but they dont look happy...