Fort Bend County, Texas is home to a number of assisted living centers for Jews, providing care and companionship in a Jewish environment. The Home Sweet Home Residential Care Facility For The Elderly, located at 13218 Nantucket Dr., Sugar Land, Texas, 77478, is one such center that offers assistance to elderly Fort Bend County residents. Services include scheduled transportation, help with preparing meals, Internet access, help with laundry, and more. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not require Fort Bend County to accommodate religious beliefs that conflict with employment requirements.
The district court found that Davis did not present any evidence to refute Fort Bend's defense for undue hardship. However, JFS loans are usually open to people of all faiths and even to borrowers with little credit, but some countries restrict funding only to the Jewish community. The Combined Glory assisted Living Center is located at 13909 Skyview Dr., in Fort Bend County, and operates as an assisted living center in Sugar Land, Texas. Quality Personal Care Homes is located at 17015 Artwood Ln., in the 77489 area code within Fort Bend County and provides assisted living services for Jewish seniors. The Sycamores At Sugar Land can serve up to 129 seniors located in the 77478 zip code of Fort Bend County and nearby areas. Optimum Personal Care and Agape Heritage Home are two assisted living centers in Missouri City and Richmond, Texas respectively, that cater to Jewish seniors.
Golden Splendor Personal Care Home provides access to a local rabbi and allows residents to continue practicing the Jewish faith while receiving elder care services such as medication administration, 24-hour care, help bathing and getting around. Fort Bend County has a responsibility to present evidence that accommodating religious observance would create an undue burden. With this testimony, Fort Bend County fulfilled its responsibility to present evidence that this action created an undue burden.