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Welcome to Project Joy & Hope

Project Joy and Hope’s goal is to achieve the best quality of life and care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions and their families, by raising awareness of pediatric palliative care, educating PPC providers, and providing supportive care services and programs. Project Joy and Hope (PJH) aims to provide a strong support system, thereby helping families remain stable and intact at this challenging time in their lives.

PJH is based in the greater Houston-Galveston area and serve as an advisor and model for similar programs throughout Texas and the United States. We value your support, and there are many ways to make a difference and become actively involved. Contact us to learn how you can connect with our organization in a way that will be meaningful to you!

Supporting medically fragile children and their families

Pediatric Palliative Care

Palliative care affects the whole family, with the burden of care falling upon parents and siblings or grandparents. Palliative care (supportive care) is an ‘umbrella’ term for all services that may be required to support children with a life-threatening illness. It is based on an assumption that families have many needs for supportive care (physical, psychological, social, spiritual and practical) from the time a child initially is diagnosed with a life-threatening condition.

The PJH Pediatric Palliative Care Center (PPCC) is a state-of-the-art facility designed to provide community awareness, education, and supportive care programs for children with special healthcare needs and their families in the greater Houston area and beyond. The TULIP PROJECT is a unique pediatric palliative care residential complex comprised of twelve residential homes. Here families discover a “home away from home” while children are undergoing treatment, requiring palliative care, or are awaiting or recovering from a transplant, while receiving supportive care services at the PPCC on campus.

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Roger Woest and the fabulous cast of Caring Cabaret performed at Ovations this afternoon to a sold out audience, raising over $5,000 for PJH. Incredible music filled with Joy and Hope! Thank you to all! ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Fantastic!

That is awesome.

It's SIBCAMP week at PJH. Time to give amazing brothers and sisters living with a sibling who has a serious illness or special needs a unique and fun experience. Our word for the day is kindness. Sibs know it comes from Greek word chrestos, meaning useful. Kindness requires action. Sibs know how to express kindness through action. Do you? ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Our daughter had the best time! Thank you!

That is awesome. Thanks for sharing these pictures.

So sweet 🌹

Thank you so much for this!! My kids look forward to this every year!

What a fun day

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It's SIBCAMP week at PJH. Time to give amazing brothers and sisters living with a sibling who has a serious illness or special needs a unique and fun experience. Our word for the day is optimism. Sibs know it comes from Latin optim, meaning best. Sibs see life with a hope for the very best. Do you? ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

Comment on Facebook

This is the most special group. We are so blessed to have found Sibshops and love your word of the day! We were sorry to miss camp this week but are excited for fall programming! Love seeing these smiles!!!

Looks liked so much fun. Sure do miss you guys. Awesome people . They do so much for everyone.

Sarah had a wonderful time! Thank you Thank you Thank you 💖

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