On September 30, 2018, my life was changed forever. On I-10 in Beaumont my wife, stepson, daughter-in-law and four step-grandchildren were involved in a deadly auto crash. Not knowing what to do, I immediately booked a flight to Texas.
Three of my grand-children died along with their mother. After using all of my resources, I was left wondering where to go. I was guided to Anayat House.
From the first call, to the meeting with the staff, I was overcome with emotion when they said, “Come on in.” This establishment has truly been a blessing from God which allowed me to focus on my wife who was in ICU in a coma.
The amenities here are better than the expensive hotels I stayed in and the staff at Anayat House is very supportive of the guest. This clean, quiet, unbiased establishment is at the forefront of the meaning hospitality. I hope the future of Anayat House lives forever to continue to help individuals like myself, unselfishly and compassionately.
The Anayat House is truly a blessing to be operating for people like me and I pray for its continue success.
Anayat House Guest, O. Thomas
We wanted to take a moment to say “thanks” to everyone at Anayat House. Our mom was recently in the ICU for 5 days and our family found a home with you for much of that time. The staff was very kind and even came in on a Saturday to help some of us check in. the house was very comfortable and convenient during our long days at the hospital. Even when our journey came to a sad end, we were able to find peace at Anayat House. Thanks for all that you do.
Anayat House Guest