Corrections and Clarifications
April 14, 2014 at 3:02 p.m.
Updated April 13, 2014 at 11:14 p.m.
The Advocate wants to correct promptly any error in fact or clarify any misleading information we publish. To report any error or need for clarification, please call 361-574-1222.
Linda Dyer, 58, of Clute, was hospitalized and treated at Post Acute Medical Specialty Hospital of Victoria and released from Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital. Information in a story and photo on Page A1 on Sunday was incorrect.
Robert Pfeil is the grandfather of Ashley Green, this year's Advocate Prom Princess. His name was incorrect in a Monday story on Page A3.
House of Dreams is a faith-based facility that solely focuses on assisting homeless women and children. An article that ran on Page A1 on Saturday was unclear about other area programs that also provide assistance to the homeless:
Mid-Coast Family Services is a nonprofit that works to eliminate family violence, homelessness and substance abuse. One of its programs, The Women's Crisis Center, is a residential home assisting men, women and children who are victims of family violence, sexual assault and homelessness.• Restoration House Ministries is a faith-based rehabilitation home for women dealing with addiction, abuse or other personal issues.
• Perpetual Help Home is faith-based permanent, supported housing program helping women and children in hardship circumstances, such as being recently released from prison, substance abuse problems, homelessness or domestic violence.
• Salvation Army is a faith-based shelter for the homeless, transients, residents and disaster victims.
House of Dreams is a faith-based residential home for homeless women and children.