Christian Helping Hands, SEVA Clinic receive permit for new facility

A rendering of the new facility for Christian Helping Hands and SEVA Clinic, located at 4305 Magnolia Parkway, Pearland (Courtesy Christian Helping Hands)
A rendering of the new facility for Christian Helping Hands and SEVA Clinic, located at 4305 Magnolia Parkway, Pearland (Courtesy Christian Helping Hands)

A rendering of the new facility for Christian Helping Hands and SEVA Clinic, located at 4305 Magnolia Parkway, Pearland (Courtesy Christian Helping Hands)

Christian Helping Hands and SEVA Clinic received the permit from the city of Pearland in April to begin work on their new building. Christian Helping Hands will have a 9,000-square-foot space in the new facility; SEVA Clinic will have 2,250 square feet. Both Christian Helping Hands and SEVA Clinic have outgrown their existing spaces in Pearland, Christian Helping Hands founder Hita Dickson said.



The new building will be located at 4305 Magnolia Parkway, Pearland. Dickson hopes construction will be completed by December, she said in a press release.



During the COVID-19 pandemic, Christian Helping Hands has fed more than 25,500 individuals in Pearland and has added 25 more volunteers. SEVA Clinic has served over 1,000 patients virtually during the pandemic, Dickson said in the release.


For more information, call Christian Helping Hands at 281-485-9776 or SEVA Clinic at 281-942-7382.
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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