The Houston Scottish Rite Learning Center is Helping Children with Speech, Language and Learning Disorders Overcome Their Disabilities
Houston RiteCare’s goal is to help children in our area with speech, language, or learning disabilities take the first step toward achieving academic success. Our programs are free of charge without regard to race, creed or color. This year we are supporting five programs in the Greater Houston area that have goals closely aligned with our own, and have proven track records of success. The services provided to the children are delivered by highly trained professionals in a caring and compassionate way.
The Houston Scottish Rite Learning Center, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization. It is operated by an all volunteer Board of Directors.
Your donations support:
- The Houston RiteCare Infant Program & Project T.A.L.K. at the Center for Hearing and Speech
- The Houston Scottish Rite Scholarship Fund utilizing the Robert J. Strudler’s Diagnostic and Remediation Center for the identification of children with dyslexia
- School Dyslexia program at St Francis de Sales school in Galveston county
- New summer intensive tutoring program for dyslexic students at the School for Young Children in Houston
The Houston Scottish Rite will help over 100 children this year with these programs.
Our Board Members:
Scottish Rite Chair
Jack Dillard Sr
John David Ashley