Founded in 1997, U.S.VETS – Houston has four facilities at Midtown, Fannin Street, Downtown, and one in the Museum District.  The Midtown location is the main hub for our programs, supplemented by a service center located at the Historic DeGeorge at Union Station.  The Fannin Street location provides supportive services. The Museum District office houses our administrative staff. In addition, U.S.VETS – Houston employs a full-time driver to shuttle veterans in between our locations, the VA and the Salvation Army.

MVPNEach month, U.S.VETS – Houston interacts with over 1,000 veterans and their families.

U.S.VETS – Houston is a proud member of the Military Veteran Peer Network


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1200 Binz Street
Suite 290
Houston, TX 77004

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Advisory Council

Randolph Bresnik
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
Ronald W. Brown, PhD
Jesse H. Jones School of Business
Tony Butina
Gordon Clunn
Clunn Acoustical Systems
Denis Debakey
DeBakey Financial Resources

Lorrie Foreman
Venturi Outcomes, LLC
Michael Foreman
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
Alison Kuttler
Glen Mealey
U.S. Trust
Sam Newton
The Newton Group
Bridgette Crotwell Pullis, PhD, RN, CHPN
UT Health Science Ctr
Matthew Pyle
Energy Consultant
Gary Robinson
Rolling Thunder TX2

Neal Salerno
President of Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories, Inc.
Jay Sanders
Commander VFW Post 912
Jonathan Sandys
International Churchill Foundation
Suzanne Schreider
Todd Shell
CORT, A Berkshire Hathaway Company
John Stanford Jr.
Panjo Investments

John Dickerson
JD Tax Attorney
Ann Svendsen-Sanches

University of Houston
Skip Tierno
Weir Seaboard
Pat Thompson
Rolling Thunder TX2
Dori Wind
County Attorneys Office
SW Furniture Surplus

Larry D. Williams, M.A.

Larry Williams is the Executive Director for U.S.VETS — Houston.

Larry D. Williams is the Vice President of Programs. Mr. Williams completed a four year enlistment in the United States Army; he was discharged honorably in 1989.

Mr. Williams graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2009 with a Bachelors Degree in Human Services and obtained his Masters of Business Administration in 2011. Mr. Williams has been serving veterans for 10 years, and has received several awards for his service to the homeless population – including two senatorial commendations, and 2 congressional recognitions and a Congressional Record from the House of Representatives, signed by Congressman Jon C. Porter. Mr. Williams has a long history of receiving accolades from veteran clients for his remarkable contribution in assisting them with acquiring food, housing, clothing, and employment services.

His proudest accomplishments are his marriage, four children and four grandchildren. Mr. Williams considers them his greatest sense of motivation and his greatest sense of support.