Boys and Girls Harbor has a new name! After 70 years, we’ve changed our name to Today’s Harbor for Children.

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Introducing: Today’s Harbor for Children

Boys & Girls Harbor has a new name.

For more than 70 years, Boys and Girls Harbor has been a champion of abused and neglected children. Yet, to do more and to go further, we needed to evolve the organization and be clear about who we serve and what sets us apart. The new name, Today’s Harbor for Children, speaks to the idea that our community is not meant to be a forever place. It demonstrates that the hardships the children in our care have faced were only temporary—with Today’s Harbor for Children, they are given the tools to move forward to tomorrow’s dreams.

As we sail toward a new horizon, what makes us who we are stays constant: We exist to serve our youth and to break the cycle of abuse and neglect.

To learn more about why we changed our name and the details click here.

Download more information about our new name here. 

Are you a community partner or CPS looking to place a child? Get more information to ensure you can still find us.

Why is this mission so urgent?


The number of children that died in Texas last year due to abuse and neglect.


The number of children  per day CPS considers to be in serious danger that will not see a caseworker  for more than 24 hours.


The number of children assigned to one caseworker in Texas.

*Stats from and

There is no denying that the organizations, caseworkers and community are working tirelessly to provide for these children. But the system isn’t working. Houston children can’t trust a broken system to keep them safe.

We need to rally together to provide hope for our region’s children. We can’t do it alone.

Join us to get involved.