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The Troubled Movement, Inc.

Cause Area

  • Board Development
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Crisis Support
  • Education & Literacy


2626 S Loop WestSuite 650PHouston, TX 77054 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The Troubled Movement, Inc. is a Houston-based Texas 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to creating spiritual and educational programs, events, and activities for teens and young adults around the world. We focus on building victims of depression, abuse, financial hardship, loss, and more into survivors who will ultimately turn their pain into purpose.


The Troubled Movement, Inc. has multiple programs dedicated to teens and young adults. We also have a program for victims of abuse and mental illness.

Project Excellence - Project Excellence is an education program created for students from middle school to college. We host educational workshops, tutoring, and events that raise money for scholarships, school supplies, and prom/graduation sponsorships.

Heroes & Survivors - This program caters towards victims of sexual abuse, domestic violence, and mental illness. We create strong survivors out of past tragedies by allowing them to feel comfortable and safe by sharing our stories, talking with God, and moving forward. We also support families in need of rebuilding and financial support through our partnership with The Butterfly Project, founded by Yoshiko Burney, Esq.

Movement Mentoring - Our mentoring program consists of a 4-week mentoring and goal building plan. The four weeks do not have to be consecutive. After the four weeks, there will be an option to continue our program on a regular but less frequent basis. We align our success with the needs of our mentee.


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