Islets of Hope assistance programs for persons with diabetes - Texas Gulf Coast
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Where to get private fuel funds to help with your utility bills
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Texas - Emergency and Assistance Resources and Programs for Persons with Diabetes
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Gulf Coast Area
Other resources available to Texas Gulf Coast area residents can be found at CFCTexasGulfCoast.org.
Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center – Phone: 979-776-2872. Web: East Texas. Outpatient rehabilitation facility providing physical, occupational and speech therapies; assistive technology and social services regardless of ability to pay. All ages, injuries and disabilities treated.
Bread of Life, Inc. – Phone: 713-650-0595 www.breadoflifeinc.org - Provides meals, hygiene services, case management, food, clothing, primary medical, mental wellness services, HIV/STD counseling, job coaching, and childcare and kindergarten for children with special needs.
Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity – Phone: 979-823-7200. Web: www.habitatbcs.org - An ecumenical volunteer nonprofit agency that partners with low income families to build decent, affordable homes they buy at cost with zero interest mortgages.
Caring for Children Foundation of Texas - Phone: 972-766-7960. Web: www.carevan.org. Services: 100% of donations provide access to immunizations for medically uninsured and underserved Texas children and health screenings services to medically uninsured and underserved Texas adults.
Community of the Streets Outreach - Phone: 713-526-0311. Web: www.lordofthestreets.org. Services: Homeless and disadvantaged individuals are provided healthcare, food, clothing, hygiene kits, identification, employment, counseling and psychological services and referrals to shelter and transportation systems.
End Hunger Network - Phone: 713-532-3663. Web: www.endhungernetwork.org. Services: Distributes 4 million pounds of prepared, perishable and non-perishable food from food industry donors to Houston’s hungry.
Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Texas - Phone: 713-789-6295. Web: www.efset.org. Services: Epilepsy clinics, information and referral, community education, employment assistance, discount medical services, support groups and children’s camps in the 98 counties of East Texas.
Family Service Center of Galveston County - Phone: 409-762-8636. Services: Mental health professionals who serve Galveston, Liberty and Chambers counties.
Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church - Phone: 713-674-4435. Services: The benevolent fund ministry assists in paying utilities, rent, medical bills and prescription medicines. We also provide food and clothing to families in need.
Good Shepherd Mission - Phone: 936-291-8156. Web: www.walkercountyonline.com/org/mission. Services: Provides daily hot meals, groceries, clothes, shelter, travel vouchers, antibiotics, referrals, communication, furniture, counseling; all based upon Jesus Christ’s New Testament teachings.
Health For All - Phone: 979-823-1466 . Services: 150+ volunteer medical providers deliver free medical, pharmaceutical, optical, lab/x-ray, vision and counseling services to 5,500+ low-income, uninsured patients of the Brazos Valley.
Healthcare for the Homeless-Houston – Phone: 713-276-3073 www.homeless-healthcare.org EIN#76-0647934 Primary care including psychiatry, mental health counseling, TB testing, vision assistance, dentistry, podiatry, health education, information and referral. Women and children’s specialty. Street Outreach.
Houston District Child Care Corporation - Phone: 713-759-0440. Services: Provides management oversight of operations and tuition assistance to eligible families of The La Branch Child Development Center.
Houston Food Bank - Phone: 713-223-3700. Web: www.houstonfoodbank.org. Services: Feeds 80,000 people weekly, annually distributes 30,000,000 pounds of nutritious food in 18 Southeast Texas counties; client nutrition education; year-round meals for children; job training.
Inwood Oaks Christian School - Phone: 713-686-5538. Services: A community organization reducing at-risk indicators for low-income children by providing meaningful, affordable after school youth development, cultural arts enrichment and human services.
Kids’ Meals, Inc. - Phone: 713-695-5437. Services: Feeds 1,200 hungry children daily. Two locations delivering meals. Pantry, nutrition workshops, and vegetable gardens continues the message of the benefits of nutrition.
Love Feast Food Pantry - Phone: 713-633-3714. Services: Love is sharing and giving of thyself by providing food and clothing for the needy. Also provides monthly activities for our senior group and children.
Mary’s Kitchen - Phone: 281-457-2894. Services: Volunteers serve hot nourishing meals to the needy, homeless and elderly of East Harris County weekdays from 11 to 3.
MHMR Authority of Brazos Valley - Phone: 979-822-6467. Web: www.mhmrabv.org. Services: Provides emergency, medication, day habilitation, residential, case management, respite, adolescent, early childhood intervention and other services to individuals in the seven counties served.
Open Door Mission - Phone: 713-921-7520. Web: www.opendoorhouston.org. Services: A faith-based emergency relief and rehabilitation shelter dedicated to meeting the needs of men in our community who are homeless, addicted, destitute and disabled.
Project Unity - Phone: 979-775-6788. Web: www.projectunitytx.org. Services: Project Unity helps families help themselves by providing comprehensive case management services across employment, health, housing, education and family support. Leadership training, divorce education included.
Ronald McDonald House of Galveston - Phone: 409-762-0609. Web: www.rmhc-houston-galveston.org. Services: Provides inexpensive, safe, cheerful accommodations for families with children receiving medical treatment at area hospitals.
Salvation Army Galveston Corps - Phone: 409-763-1691. Services include emergency shelter; clothing; furniture; food; utilities; bus tokens; computer lab; job search; prep for GED testing and programs for youth and adults.
Senior Center - Walker County - Phone: 936-295-6151. Services: Provides congregate and homebound meals, homemaking services and transportation for seniors over 60. Seniors visit the center for games, crafts, devotions and health screenings.
SIRE, Inc. - Phone: 281-356-7588. Web: www.sire-htec.org. Services: SIRE improves the quality of life for people with disabilities by providing physical and emotional therapy using horseback riding and related activities.
Space - Family Education Inc. - Phone: 281-483-4734. Services: Provides high quality, educationally oriented, childcare for children of employees and contractors of the Johnson Space Center,including tuition assistance for eligible families.
St. Agnes Baptist Church Social Service Outreach - Phone: 713-733-0146. Services: St. Agnes Social Service Outreach Ministry distributes non-perishable food items to hungry and needy people. Volunteer church members operate the program.
Texas Hearing & Service Dogs, Inc. - Phone: 512-869-4282. Web: www.servicedogs.org. Services: Adopts shelter dogs and trains them as working partners for Texans with deafness and mobility challenges free of charge.
Twin City Mission, Inc. - Phone: 979-822-7511. Web: www.twincitymission.org. Services: Provides services and hope to the homeless, victims of domestic violence, children and families in crisis and the opportunities for recovery and growth towards self-sufficiency.
United Ministry to the Port of Galveston (Seafarers’ Center) - Phone: 409-762-0026. Web: www.seafarerscenter.us. Services: Safe, peaceful facility exclusively for Mariners. Services include free: internet, web cam, phones, refreshments, transportation, media library, clean used clothes. Caring staff. Chaplain available.
United Negro College Fund, Inc. - Phone: 713-942-8623. Web: www.uncf.org. Services: Provides a quality education at an affordable cost for thousands of disadvantaged students who otherwise would not be able to attend college.
United Way of the Brazos Valley - Phone: 979-696-4483. Web: www.uwbv.org. Services: Identifies local needs, scrutinizes, monitors agencies whose programs best meet those needs, conducts area-wide campaign to provide financial and other support to member agencies.
United Way of Walker County - Phone: 936-291-8986. Services: Improve our community’s capacity to care for one another by supporting local programs focused on basic needs, strengthening families and self-sufficiency.
Page Updated 09/29/2007