Enhancing the health, education, and social well-being of low-income and underserved people in the greater Houston metropolitan area through its many health care programs, training programs and community service programs, including the provision of safe, decent and affordable housing for low-income families.

Welcome to VN TeamWork

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Congratulations to the 2014 Michael CaoMy Nguyen (MCMN) Scholarship Winners!

The MCMN Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that the two winners of the 2014 MCMN Scholarship are Annie Ha (University of Houston) and David Vien (Rice University). The two scholarship recipients will each receive $1,000 to help with their college tuition and fees. We would like to recognize and congratulate them on all of their accomplishments, and also thank the rest of the applicants for sending in their submissions.

 

 

VN TeamWork (VNTW) was established in 1996 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community-based organization. Since its incorporation, VNTW has grown in scope, providing more services to the community as needs arise. VNTW continues to search for new and better ways to help non-English speaking people integrate with other communities, as well as with the mainstream population. VNTW has always strive to give back to society and encouraged others to take an active role in the community. VNTW is committed to excellence in community service, professional development, and cultural awareness.

Our Goals

  • To provide information and education to benefit the community, including seminars for legal issues, health issues, and voter registration.
  • To provide bilingual training in computer literacy, CPR & First Aid, English as a Second Language (ESL), and child care training.
  • To provide social services including health programs, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, lunch for the homeless program, and affordable housing.
  • To promote understanding between Vietnamese-Americans and other communities, and among the different generations of Vietnamese-Americans

Our Mission

To enhance the health, education, and social well-being of low-income and under served people in the greater Houston metropolitan area through its many health care programs, training programs and community service programs, including the provision of safe, decent and affordable housing for low-income families.