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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U.S.VETS – Houston Thanks the Texas Veterans Commission!

The Texas Veterans Commission has awarded U.S.VETS – Houston with $300,000 to provide mental health counseling to veterans.

With this grant, U.S.VETS – Houston will be able to help vets as they work to meet their goals of employment, stable housing and independence.

This program is supported by a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance provides grants to organizations serving Texas Veterans and their families.


Mailing Address:
1200 Binz Street
Suite 290
Houston, TX 77004

Service Center Address:
1418 Preston Street
Houston, TX 77002
M-F 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Veterans Seeking Housing

Veterans Seeking Employment Assistance

Veterans Seeking Other Services

Volunteer Opportunities

In-Kind or Goods Donations

Donations & Communications


Executive Director

Oudrey Hervey, M.A., M.S.

Oudrey Hervey is a retired Navy Commander with 25 years of experience in leadership, strategy, human resources, safety, operations, emergency response, global policies, and organizational development. He possesses a wealth of experience leading and developing people from entry-level through executive-levels and recognizes people and processes as organizational success drivers. Hervey has a diverse professional background, which allows him to draw upon cross-departmental experiences to enable success.

Hervey has held director-level positions over the past 15 years in operations, human resources, and safety. He has managed organizations during transformations and workforce development reforms, requiring leadership skills in group cohesion, conflict resolution, change, and interpersonal communications. He has provided global consultative services to assist businesses, governments and non-governmental organizations to solve complex issues, generate value, and maximize growth.

As a social responsibility and veteran advocate, Hervey also served as a veterans’ career adviser, where he provided individualized career services to meet the employment needs of disabled and other veterans who are economically or educationally disadvantaged.

Hervey joined U.S.VETS in 2019 and is eager to galvanize the Houston site, cultivate meaningful relationships, and positively impact the growing number of veterans across the state of Texas.

Hervey’s educational accomplishments include a B.S. in Electronics Engineering from Southern University, a M.S. Public in Service Management from DePaul University, and a M.A. in National Security & Strategic Studies from the Navy War College. Additionally, he holds recognized HR certifications as a Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) and as a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

Advisory Council

Randolph Bresnik

Tony Butina

Gordon Clunn
Clunn Acoustical Systems

Denis Debakey
DeBakey Financial Resources

Lorrie Foreman
Venturi Outcomes, LLC

Michael Foreman
NASA; Mayor of Friendswood, TX

Alison Kuttler

Glenn Mealey
Bank of America Private Bank

Sam Newton
The Newton Group

Dr. Bridgette Crotwell Pullis
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

Suzanne Schreider

Todd Shell
CORT, A Berkshire Hathaway Company

John Stanford Jr.
NASA; Panjo Investments

Ann Svendsen-Sanchez

University of Houston

Skip Tierno
Weir Seaboard

Pat Thompson
Rolling Thunder TX2

Dori Wind
Harris County Attorney’s Office