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NeedAgency NameIntake RequirementsDescription of ServiceHours of OperationPhysical Site AddressMain Phone
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Alzheimer/Dementia supportFirst United Methodist Church of VictoriaCall for informationOffers support group for family caregivers. Focus is on caregiver support and education. Alzheimer and Dementia information and education. Meets in church parlor. 4th Tue 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm9606 N ZacLentz Pkwy, Victoria361-582-2100
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Child CareWorkforce Solutions Golden CrescentBased on incomeProvides subsidized child care for parents that are working, training, or enrolled in educational programs. Eligibility for the program is determined by the parent's monthly gross income. Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm120 S Main ST, Victoria361-578-0341
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Daytime Adult CareAffectionate Arms Adult Day CareCall for informationProvides a safe, stimulating environment for adults who need daytime health care and social services. The program offers families respite for the caregiver, offers medical supervision, nursing care, personal care, rehabilitative nursing and exercise, recreation, social services and referral, educational programs and support services, breakfast, hot noon meal and afternoon snack, transportation, gardening and family counseling. We offer entertainment such as games, parties, and crafts (qualified through Medicaid).Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 5:30 pm3802 John Stockbauer Dr, Victoria361-578-9067
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Daytime Adult CareAmour Adult Day CareCall for information, doctor's referralDesigned to address physical, mental, medical, and social needs. Licensed Nursing Care, supervised activities, breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, and transportation if applicable.Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 5:30 pm114 Sam Houston Dr, Victoria361-573-9426
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DentalGoliad Dental Care P.A.Call for informationOffers general dental care for all ages and 10% off for senior citizens.Mon - Thur 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm; Fri 8:00 am - 12:00 pm317 S Market St, Goliad361-645-2381
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DentalDentistry From The HeartCall for informationProvides free dental care to those who need it. Individual dentists and practices across the country donate time and resources to host Dentistry from the Heart events. In support, the national organization serves to recruit, unify, and promote on a national level.Call for information8313 West Hillsborough Ave, Tampa727-849-2002
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DisabilitiesAmerican Foundation For The BlindCall for informationProvides information and referral to blind and visually impaired persons and their families. Distributes information on publications and products for people with vision problems. Provides public education about blindness and visual impairment.Call for information11 Penn Plaza, New York800-232-5463
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DisabilitiesThe ARC of TexasCall for informationTeaches individuals with disabilities and their families how to advocate for themselves and the people they care about. Offers an array of trainings in advocacy, education, and independent living. Provides information and referral.Call for information8001 Centre Park Dr, Austin512-454-6694
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DisabilitiesNational Association of the DeafCall for informationProvides information, advocacy support, legal advice, and representation regarding the rights of deaf and hard of hearing Americans.Call for information8630 Fenton St, Silver Spring 301-587-1788
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DisabilitiesNational Organization On DisabilityCall for informationProvides information and resources on increasing the participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of life. Also works in partnership with businesses, government, national philanthropies, and local organizations to promote employment opportunities for people with disabilities.Call for information77 Water St, New York646-505-1191 ext 122
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DisabilitiesBrain Injury Association of AmericaCall for informationProvides information, resources, and referral for individuals with brain injury and their family members and caregivers. Networks with state affiliates, local chapters, and support groups across the country to provide services. Mails packets of information and makes referrals to local resources.Call for information1608 Spring Hill Rd, vienna703-761-0750
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DisabilitiesAmerican Council of the BlindCall for informationProvides information and referral on all aspects of blindness. Call for information2200 Wilson Blvd, Arlington202-467-5081
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DisabilitiesTexas Department of Aging and Disabled ServicesCall for informationServices for disabled and/or aging individualsCall for information2306 Leary Lane, Victoria,361-578-
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Disabilities/RehabilitationTexas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitation Services (DARS)Call for informationServices for the Blind or other disabled individuals Call for information4102 N. Navarro, Victoria361-580-5700
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Disaster AssistanceAmerican Red Cross Crossroads ChapterCall for InformationAssist with immediate need after a natural disaster, single family fire emergency communication to military personnel, Health and Safety classes.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm800 N Virginia St, Port Lavaca361-553-7322
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Disaster AssistanceAmerican Red Cross Crossroads ChapterPhoto ID, proof of residence, proof of incomeProvides a wide range of services such as information and referral, health and safety, armed forces emergency services, disaster services, and volunteer recruitment or placement.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm1501 E Red River St, Victoria361-573-2671
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Disaster AssistanceSalvation Army VictoriaCall for informationProvides disaster relief services such as food, clothing, prescription assistance, limited financial assistance and case management.Mon - Fri 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm1302 N Louis St, Victoria361-576-1297
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Disaster AssistanceAmerican Red Cross National HeadquartersCall for informationThe nation's premier emergency response organization that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war and devastating natural disasters worldwide.Call for information2025 East St, NW, Washington202-303-5000
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Disaster AssistanceDisaster Distress HelplineCall for informationNational hotline provides year-round disaster crisis counseling. Toll-free, multilingual, crisis support service is available 24/7/365 via telephone (1-800-985-5990) and SMS (text ‘TalkWithUs’ to 66746 for English, ‘Hablanos to 66746 for Spanish) to residents in the U.S. and its territories who are experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters. (The Disaster Distress Helpline is a program of SAMHSA, administered by the Link2Health Solutions which also administers the National Suicide Prevention LifeLine for SAMHSA, of which DDH is a sub-network). Call for informationNew York
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EmploymentLabor Ready of VictoriaCall for informationProvider of temporary manual labor to the light industrial and small business markets.Mon - Fri 5:30 am - 6:00 pm1901 Stolz St, Victoria361-572-0085
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EmploymentManpowerSkill Assessment ScreeningOffers a temporary and full time job search by locality as well as employment resources.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm416 E Railroad St, Port Lavaca361-552-5183
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EmploymentWorkforce Solutions Golden CrescentSocial Security Card, Photo IDProvides, training, education and a variety of employment programs for people of all ages. Employment Services; Unemployment Insurance, Tax Program, Labor Market Information, Texas Payday Law, Services to Veterans, TANF/Choices, SNAP, Job Corps, Trade Adjustment Act, Migrant Seasonal Farm Workers, Worker Profiling & Re-employment Services, Job Search Seminars, Workforce Investment Act, Communities in School, Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program, Texas Work & Family Clearinghouse, Experience Works Employment Program, Alien Labor Certification, Interstate Clearance, Veterans Education, Proprietary Schools/Career School Licensing, National & Community Services, Apprenticeship, State Occupational Information Coordination Committee, Post-secondary Voc-Tech Job Training.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm120 S Main ST, Victoria361-578-0341; Port Lavaca 361-552-1563; Cuero and Goliad 361-277-8870; Gonzales 830-672-2146; Halletsville 361-798-1046; Yoakum 361-741-5100; Edna 361-782-7526
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EmploymentSouth Texas Lighthouse for the Blind - VictoriaCal for informationOffers employment if qualified to the blind and visually impaired.Mon - Fri 8:00 pm - 5:00 pm5602 John Stockbauer Dr361-570-8088
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Family SupportAl Anon Golden Crescent RegionCall for informationOffers support to people who have been affected by the alcohol abuse of a loved one. Meets regularly in small groups to absorb the strength and hope of others who have lived with alcoholism, learn from the experience of others who have lived in similar situations. Alateen meetings are the same as Al-Anon meetings except that Alateen is restricted to people under age 20 who live, or have lived, with someone who abuses alcohol. Alateen meetings include one or two Al-Anon sponsors. Mon 7:00 pm; Fri 8:00 pm215 E Austin St, Halletsville361-798-2219
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Family SupportAl Anon Golden Crescent RegionCall for information, report to meetingsOffers support to people who have been affected by the alcohol abuse of a loved one. Meets regularly in small groups to absorb the strength and hope of others who have lived with alcoholism, learn from the experience of others who have lived in similar situations. Alateen meetings are the same as Al-Anon meetings except that Alateen is restricted to people under age 20 who live, or have lived, with someone who abuses alcohol. Alateen meetings include one or two Al-Anon sponsors. Sun 7:00 pm4011 Halsey St, Victoria888-425-2666
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Family SupportAl Anon Golden Crescent RegionCall for informationOffers support to people who have been affected by the alcohol abuse of a loved one. Meets regularly in small groups to learn from the experience of others who have lived in similar situations. Alateen meetings are the same as Al-Anon meetings except that Alateen is restricted to people under age 20. Alateen meetings include one or two Al-Anon sponsors. Fri 7:00 pm202 Stanley St, Victoria
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Family SupportHeritage Senior Adult Program for Jackson and VictoriaCall for informationTreatment program designed to offer stress support or depression management in small therapy groups in the senior population. The most frequently treated problems are depression, grief and loss issues, anxiety, loneliness, and physical setbacks. The Heritage Program for Senior Adults is a comprehensive, structured, multidisciplinary treatment program for seniors. Treatment is prescribed and supervised by a psychiatrist and facilitated by licensed therapists. Patients attend the programs during the week days from 9 am to 1 pm. Transportation can be arranged.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm1013 S Wells St, Edna361-782-7813
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Family SupportFaith Family Church VictoriaCall for informationProvides monthly meetings on a group or individual basis. These meetings also allow for Grandparents to access a Children's Clothing Closet that can help to alleviate the expense of purchasing new clothes. Meets in the Kids Life room; childcare will be provided.Last Tues of month 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm1501 N Glass St, Victoria361-935-5561
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Family SupportVictoria Compassionate FriendsCall for informationFirst United Methodist Church offers a support group and informational resources for those experiencing death of a child, siblings, or grandchildren.2nd Tues of month, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm4405 N Navarro St, Victoria361-573-9886
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Family SupportFamily Caregiver AllianceCall for informationProvides information at national, state, and local levels to support and sustain caregivers.Call for information785 Market St, San Francisco800-445-8106 Hotline
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Financial AssistanceAssumption of Blessed Virgin Mary - GanadoGanado residentProvides limited financial assistance for rent, utility bills, non-narcotic prescription drugs, and food.Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm109 S 6th St, Ganado361-771-3425
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Financial AssitanceHomeownership Preservation FoundationCall for informationAssists homeowners with foreclosure prevention.Call for information7645 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis888-995-4673
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Food &/or Basic NeedsBoaz LodgeCall for informationOpen and free to the public. Provides clothing for all age groups (if available). Clothing are in good condition.Fri - Sat 9:00 am - 2:00 pm104 S Navarro St, Victoria361-576-4748
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Food &/or Basic NeedsCalhoun County Community MinistriesApplicationProvides financial assistance for basic needs to limited income families on an emergency basis. Services include food, non-narcotic prescriptions, rent, and utility bill payments if funds are available.Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 12:00 pm331 Alcoa Dr, Port Lavaca361-552-1722
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Food &/or Basic NeedsCuero Area Ministerial AlliancePhoto ID, proof of residenceProvides emergency relief of food and provides commodity distribution for Cuero area. Referrals only for electric,gas,water payment programs in area. General Clothing Provision.2nd Thur 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm; 4th Thur 9:00 am - 1:00 pm118 W Main St, Cuero361-275-5022
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Food &/or Basic NeedsVictory Christian Life Center Photo IDOffers assistance in the event of community disaster or crisis, also provides critical incident stress management counseling, emergency food, and serve as a liaison for needed services for families that have been involved in the crisis as they seek to regain continuity in their lives.Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm1604 E Crestwood Dr, Victoria361-573-5930 ext 10
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Food &/or Basic NeedsFannin United Methodist ChurchCall for InformationProvides food and clothing to be delivered, once a month to residents of Fannin, Berclair, and Cologne areas.2nd Thur of month 11 am -1:00 pm852 US Hwy 59 N, Fannin361-645-1009
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Food &/or Basic NeedsFirst Baptist Church of YoakumProof of addressProvides food pantry one time a month for residents of the City of Yoakum. Will deliver items to those who are housebound.Tue 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm202 E Grand Ave, Yoakum361-293-2319
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Food &/or Basic NeedsFirst United Methodist Church of VictoriaCall for informationOffers clothing and household good for sale at thrift store prices.Tue - Fri 10:00 am - 4:00 pm; Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 pm407 N Bridge St, Victoria361-574-9655
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Food &/or Basic NeedsGoliad County Food PantryApplication, Call for informationProvides food and clothing assistance when available to Goliad county residents. Food and clothing collection on the third Thursday of each month from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.Third Thur of month 9:00 am - 12:00 pm611 E End St, Goliad361-645-2850
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Food &/or Basic NeedsGoliad County OutreachValid identification, Call for appointment, Call for informationProvides food pantry and clothing to those in need. If Outreach is not open you can call above number and someone will go down and get what person needs. Agency does not question background of individuals assisted.3rd Thur 9:00 am - 12:00 pm611 End ST, Goliad361-645-2850
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Food &/or Basic NeedsGonzales Christian Assistance MinistryApplicationProvides food, clothing, furniture, and limited financial assistance to individuals in need. Counseling is also offered to clients in order to facilitate their becoming more self-reliant.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 11:30 am708 St Louis St, Gonzales830-672-5566
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Food &/or Basic NeedsHelping Hands of Jackson CountyApplication, valid identification.Provides food, clothing, prescriptions, visits to doctors, and dentists, rent and utilities to qualified needy people, when funds are available.Mon, Thurs 9:00 am - 12:00 pm324 E Main St, Edna361-782-7543
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Food &/or Basic NeedsLavaca Assistance Ministry Body, IncPhoto IDProvides a food pantry, financial assistance to those in crisis situation for rent, utilities, and non-narcotic prescription drugs.Tues - Wed 9:45 am - 3:15 pm418 S Ridge St, Hallettsville361-798-9111
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Food &/or Basic NeedsManna Food PantryPhoto IDAssists with food for people who are in need of food and clothes. 1st Tues 9:00 am - 1:00 pm; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Tues 9:00 am - 12:00 pm418 S Ridge St, Hallettsville361-798-9111
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Food &/or Basic NeedsMid-Coast Family Services of VictoriaCall for informationSells used clothing and household good. Volunteers are needed to help in the thrift store.Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm3406 Sam Houston Dr, Victoria361-575-7842
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Food &/or Basic NeedsOur Lady of Lourdes Catholic ChurchPhoto IDOffers limited financial assistance for rent, utility, medical, food and transportation. Assists with food for persons residing in area from Port Lavaca Hwy. to Red River Street. Cell Phone is only operated on Tues and Thurs 10am-2pm.Tues, Thur 10:00 am - 2:00 pm105 N William St, Victoria361-648-1867 Leave message
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Food &/or Basic NeedsOur Lady of Sorrows Catholic ChurchNoneSells clothing and household goods at low prices.Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm208 W Moody St, Victoria361-575-2293
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Food &/or Basic NeedsSalvation Army VictoriaCall for informationProvides food and limited non-narcotic prescription expense assistance to local city of Victoria residents only.Mon - Thur 9:00 am - 3:00 pm1302 N Louis St, Victoria361-576-1297
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Food &/or Basic NeedsFirst United Methodist Church SeadriftMust register in personProvides food to people in need. Delivers food to elderly and disabled home-bound. Emergency food available upon request.3rd Tues of the month 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm601 S Second St, Seadrift361-785-4621
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Food &/or Basic NeedsSaints Cyril and Methodius Catholic ChurchPhoto ID, proof of residencesProvides a wide variety of social services assistance including a food pantry, limited financial assistance for utility bill payment,and non-narcotic prescription.Mon - Thur 8:00 am - 5:00 pm306 Avenue F, Shiner361-237-5831
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Food &/or Basic NeedsYorktown Assistance MinistriesCall for informationProvides food pantry, clothing, and utility assistance for people in need in the Yorktown area.First and Third Wed 9:00 am - 12:00 pm123 Eckardt St361-564-3260
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Food &/or Basic NeedsVictoria Christian Assistance MinistryPhoto IDAssists people in crisis situations with supplemental food and clothing. Provides limited financial assistance for rent and some non-narcotic prescriptions.Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 12:00 pm108 N Liberty ST361-572-0048
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Food &/or Basic NeedsFirst Baptist Church of LolitaNoneProvide emergency food supplies for two days to residents of Lolita area. Amount of food is based on size of household.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 12:00 pm84 S Stegall361-874-4151
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Food &/or Basic NeedsVictory Christian Life Center Call for informationProvides a food pantry on Wednesday from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.Wed 9:00 am - 12:00 pm1604 E Crestwood Dr, Victoria361-573-5930
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Food KitchenChrist's Kitchen Photo IDProvides hot lunches to anyone who is hungry; there is no screening and no limits on how many days one may eat. First time prescriptions for generic prescription drugs or anti-biotic, all prescriptions must be non-narcotic and is limited to $30.00. Volunteers are always needed to assist with the operation of the soup kitchen.Mon - Sat 7:30 am - 1:30 pm609 E Warren Ave, Victoria361-578-4233
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Food Stamps/SNAPTexas HHSC - Benefits Offices, AustinCall for informationPrograms include: Food Stamps (SNAP). SNAP benefits are given to a single person or family who meets the program’s requirements. A renewal application is sent before the end of each benefit period. Most benefit periods last for 6 months but some can be as short as 1 month or as long as 3 years. For most adults between the ages of 18 and 50 who do not have a child in the home, SNAP benefits are limited to 3 months in a 3-year period. The benefit period can be longer if the adult works at least 20 hours a week or is in a job or training program. Some people may not have to work to get benefits, such as those who have a disability or are pregnant. Participants receive benefits through the Lone Star Card. This is a plastic card that is used like a credit card at the cash register to pay for purchases. Each month, the family’s approved monthly SNAP amount is placed in the card’s account. The Lone Star Card in Texas is used for two programs: Food Stamps, as well as the Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF) program. Applications may be submitted online, by phone through 2.1.1.,through community partner programs or at HHSC eligibility offices.Eligibility offices are located through the state. If the Lone Star card is lost or stolen, or if participant forgot their PIN (password), call 1-800-777-7328. Call for information4900 N Lamar Blvd, Austin512-424-6500
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HospiceCrown HospiceApplication, Call for informationProvides hospice care for patients with limited life expectancy; in the home or home-like environments including nursing facilities. A variety of services include personal care, pain management, spiritual services, grief and bereavement support, caregiver services, respite care, and case management.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm1101 Salem Rd, Victoria361-575-5900
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HospiceHospice of South TexasReferral from patients physician stating patient is terminal with 6 months or less of life, Call for informationProvides comfort and support to patients and their families when a life-limiting illness no longer responds to curative treatments. Hospice care is provided by a professionally trained interdisciplinary team of Medical Directors, physicians, registered nurses certified home health aids, social workers, chaplains, volunteers and bereavement counselors. Medicare, Medicaid and many insurance companies fully cover Hospice care. Since 1985, community support from grants, memorials, gifts, contributions, fundraising activities and volunteers have made it possible for Hospice of South Texas to provide full service to patients, regardless of ability to pay. Patients, family physicians, health care professional and friends can make a referral to Hospice. Hospice of South Texas serves patients and their families in eleven counties: Victoria, Goliad, Calhoun, Bee, Gonzales, Jackson, Lavaca, DeWitt, Refugio, Fayette and Colorado. Call 1-800-874-6908 to learn more.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm605 E Locust Ave, Victoria361-572-4300
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Housing/Shelter Assistance for SeniorsCity of VictoriaCall for informationOffers mortgage downpayment assistance to elderly and disabled persons. Available year round will assist with up to $2,500 to low-income persons who qualify for first time home buyers with a good credit history. Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm700 Main St, Victoria361-485-3330
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessGolden Crescent Habitat for Humanity Application accepted Thur 1:00 pm - 6:00 pmProvides homes that are built with a contributions of hours of labor on the part of the homeowner and tax-deductible dollars from institutions in the community, including individuals, churches, companies, foundations, organizations and others who join to build lives as well as houses. If you own land Habitat will not build a home on the land, if you donate the land Habitat cannot guarantee that the house being built on land will be your home.Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm207 N Glass St, Victoria361-573-2511
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of CueroApplicationProvides income based rent to families and individuals, Section 8 Housing/Shelter vouchers, safe and sanitary Housing/Shelter. Rental assistance social service program, information and referrals. Ceiling rents for persons of any income.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm203 W Church St, Cuero361-275-6127
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of EdnaApplicationProvide public Housing/Shelter rental assistance to low income families. Income limits established by HUD according to how many in family. Offers Section 8 Choice Voucher program provides rental assistance to low income families who rent from private landlords and amount of voucher is based on income and expenses.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm600 N Kleas St, Edna361-782-3842
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessGoliad Housing/Shelter AuthorityApplicationProvides public Housing/Shelter (apartments) for families, elderly, disabled, handicapped. Applications taken Tuesday-Thursday: 9:00am - 4:00pm. Rent based upon income. Must pass screening criteria.Tues, Thur 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm360 N Fort St, Goliad361-645-2774
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of GonzalesApplicationProvide public Housing/Shelter rental assistance to low income families. Income limits established by HUD according to how many in family. Offers Section 8 Choice Voucher program provides rental assistance to low income families who rent from private landlords and amount of voucher is based on income and expenses.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm410 Village Dr, Gonzales830-672-3419
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of HalletsvilleApplicationProvides public Housing/Shelter to low income individuals and families.Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm103 Village Dr, Hallettsville361-798-5845
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of NixonApplicationProvides public Housing/Shelter to low income individuals and families.Tues - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm506 E 4th St, Nixon830-582-1433
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of Port Lavaca ApplicationProvides public Housing/Shelter rental unit to families who have limited income. Section 8 offers rental assistance to lower income families. Participants lease rental unites from exising rental market, and the city pays rent subsidy behalf of the family to the landlord each month. The participants pay approximately 30% of the rent.Mon - Thur 7:00 am - 3:00 pm627 W George St, Port Lavaca361-552-8831
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of VictoriaApplicationProvides public Housing/Shelter rental assistance to low income families. Income limits established by HUD according to how many in family. Offers Section 8 Choice Voucher program provides rental assistance to low income families who rent from private landlords and amount of voucher is based on income and expenses.Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 3:30 pm4001 Halsey St, Victoria361-575-3682
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of YorktownApplicationProvides low rent, safe and sanitary Housing/Shelter. Rental assistance social service program, information and referral. Rents are based on family income totals and size.Mon; Wed; Fri, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm406 N Eckhardt ST, Yorktown361-564-3132
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority City of YoakumApplicationProvides public Housing/Shelter to low income individuals and families.Mon - Fr 8:30 am - 12:00 pm,1:00 pm - 5:00 pm712 Forrest ST, Yoakum361-293-5241
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority City of YoakumApplicationProvides low rent, safe and sanitary Housing/Shelter. Rental assistance social service program, information and referral. Rents based on family income totals and size.Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm712 Forest St, Yoakum361-293-5241
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessMid-Coast Family Services of VictoriaApplicationProvides permanent Housing/Shelter for disabled chronically homeless men who have been homeless for one year or experienced four episodes of homelessness in three years.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm120 S Main St, Victoria361-575-7842
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessMid-Coast Family Services of VictoriaCall for informationProvides permanent, supportive Housing/Shelter for disabled, homeless women, and homeless mothers with children either of whom is disabled.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm120 S Main, STE 310, Victoria361-575-7842 Business Office
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessPerpetual Help Home Inc.Call for informationProvides faith based permanent suppprt Housing/Shelter for homeless women and families. Client must have a williness to work or have a job. The program provides job training and money management skills to work towards the goal of moving forward and living independently. Must attend church and give 10% income to church, 15% income goes to Perpetual Home Help for Housing/Shelter, 50% income goes into savings for future Housing/Shelter expenses such as deposits and rent, and 25% income is for personal budget and living expenses.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm705 E Santa Rosa St, Victoria361-575-5335
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessSalvation Army VictoriaRegistration 4:00 pm - 6:00 pmProvides shelter for homeless single males must have photo identification. Shelter hours to register are 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, dinner is at 6:00 pm. Must wait three months after discharge for re-admission to shelter. Must be 18 years old or older, and be ambulatory, no wheelchairs, must not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Prison Identification is only good for 30 days after release from prison.7 days a week, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm1302 N Louis St, Victoria361-576-1297
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessVictoria Area Coalition for the HomelessReferral from outside agencyA Monitors homeless activity in Victoria county. Provides financial assistance in obtaining birth certificate and/or social security card in order to prevent homelessness4th Thur of every monthP.O. Box 3623, Victoria 77903
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessHousing/Shelter Authority of WaelderApplicationProvides low-income public Housing/Shelter to people who live in the Waelder area.Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 3:00 pm220 N AVE A830-788-7371
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessRestoration House MinistriesCall for informationProvides a faith based rehabilitation home for women dealing with dependency, unplanned pregnancies, abuse, and emotional issues.Call for informationNot a physical location361-676-3588
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessRestoration House MinistriesNoneSells furniture, clothing, and household goods for low prices to individuals of low income. Clothing is $1.00 or a bag of clothing is $5.00.Tues - Fri 9:00 am - 4:30 pm; Sat 9:00 am - 2:00 pm1204 N Moody St361-485-0123
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessTexas Homeless Education OfficeCall for informationAssists students who are homeless with school enrollment and other educational and related services.Call for information1616 Guadalupe St, Austin512-475-8765
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessTexas Homeless NetworkCall for informationTexas Homeless Network (THN) is a non-profit membership-based organization helping Texas communities prevent and end homelessness. THN is a 501(c)3 organization that is partially funded through Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs and Texas Department of State Health Services. THN provides training and technical assistance around the state of Texas, helping service providers and communities better serve the homeless population with the end goal of preventing and ending homelessness.Call for information1713 Fortview Rd, Austin512-482-8270
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Housing/Shelter/HomelessTexas Low Income Housing Information ServiceCall for informationMaintains an interactive website (Texashousingcounselor.org) which helps users locate housing resources.Call for information508 Powell St, Austin512-477-8910
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LegalTexas Rio Grande Legal Aid Inc VictoriaApplicationProvides, free legal services to individuals with household income below the federal poverty guidelines.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm1501 E Red River ST, Victoria888-988-9996
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Legal AssitanceTexas Advocacy ProjectCall for informationProvides free legal services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault throughout the state of Texas.Call for informationNot a physical location, Austin512-476-5377
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Legal AssitanceTexas Attorney GeneralCall for informationThe Office of the Attorney General serves as legal counsel to all boards and agencies of state government, issues legal opinions when requested by the Governor, heads of state agencies and other officials and agencies as provided by Texas statutes, sits as an ex-officio member of state committees and commissions, and defends challenges to state laws and suits against both state agencies and individual employees of the State.serves and protects the rights of all citizens of Texas through the activities of the various divisions of the agencies. The Attorney General is also responsible for actions that benefit all citizens of this state include enforcement of health, safety and consumer regulations; educational outreach programs and protection of the rights of the elderly and disabled. The Attorney General is also charged with the collection of court-ordered child support and the administration of the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund. Divisions of the Office of Texas Attorney General: Civil Litigation, Child Support, Criminal Justice, Legal Counsel Office of Solicitor General Regional Offices for specific programs are located throughout the state.Regional office information is identified at the service level.Call for information300 West 15th Street, Austin512-463-2100
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Legal AssitanceTexas Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner (OCCC)Call for informationRegulates the credit industry and educates consumers and creditors. Agency efforts help produce a fair, lawful, and healthy credit environment for social and economic prosperity in Texas. Call for information2601 N Lamar Blvd, Austin512-936-7600
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Legal AssitanceTexas Legal Services Center (TLSC)Call for informationThe Texas Legal Services Center (TLSC), a Legal Services Program, is a state support office which provides specialized assistance to advocates of low-income people in the areas of training, litigation support, and communication. Call for information815 Brazos St, Austin800-622-2520 Legal Hotline for Texans
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Legal AssitanceTexas Civil Rights Project (TCRP)Call for informationTCRP provides free legal assistance and education to low-income individuals whose civil rights have been violated, addressing a range of issues, such as disability rights, rural economic justice, racial discrimination, criminal justice, prisoner’s rights, and First Amendment rights.Call for information1405 Montopolis Dr, Austin512-474-5073
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MedicalCitizens Medical CenterCall for informationProvides a wide variety of general hospital services such as cardiac care, cancer therapy, diabetes education outpatient classes and diabetic support group. The Center has a lead level III trauma center, certified chest pain center, and a bariatric treatment center, skilled nursing unit, women’s diagnostic center, and an emergency room .24 hours a day, 7 days a week2701 Hospital Dr, Victoria361-573-9181
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MedicalCommunity Mother and Child Health CenterPhoto ID, pay stubs or income statementsOffers free pregnancy testing, pregnancy care, prenatal education, newborn care classes, nutrition education, breastfeeding information and assistance applying for Medicaid for pregnant patients. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Services are based on a sliding-fee scale.Mon - Thur 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm610 E Rio Grande St, Victoria361-570-1082
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MedicalCrisis Pregnancy Center - VictoriaCall for informationProvides confidential pregnancy testing. Refer to medical clinics and agencies if assistance is needed. Also provides pregnancy counseling.Mon 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm; Wed 1:00 - 4:00 pm; Fri 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm1501 E Red River St, Victoria361-575-6171
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MedicalDeWitt County Health DepartmentPhoto ID, social security cardProvides public health services which include immunizations (includes Flu and Pneumonia), health risk assessment, adult health (blood pressure screening, education and management assistance, diabetes and cholesterol screening, TB/Hansens - diagnosis, supply medication to take to doctor, and management.Mon 8:00 am - 5:30 pm; Tues 8:00 am - 12:00 pm; Wed, Thur 8:00 am - 5:30 pm; Fri 8:00 am - 3:00 pm115 N Gonzales St, Cuero361-275-0920
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MedicalCuero Community HospitalApplicationProvides hospital care, surgical services, sleep disorder center, mammography department, emergency department, physical therapy department, occupational therapy, childbirth center, and ambulance service.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm2550 N Esplanade St, Cuero361-275-6191
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MedicalCuero Lakeview Kidney DialysisProfessional referralProviding dialysis treatment to patients; hemodialysis is staff assisted.Mon - Sat 3:00 am - 4:30 pm1105 E Broadway St, Cuero361-275-8648
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MedicalDetar Hospital NavarroCall for informationProvides medical services including obstetrics, cardiovascular, imaging, wound care, and emergency care.24 hours a day, 7 days a week506 E San Antonio St, Victoria361-575-7441
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MedicalGabriel ProjectCall for informationOffers case management assistance to any pregnant woman in an overwhelming or crisis situation.24 hours a day, 7 days a weekPO Box 345, Victoria866-627-9243
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MedicalGoliad Family PracticeCall for InformationProvides general medical care for all genders of all ages. Offers the Texas Women's Health Program.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm139 W Franklin St, Goliad361-645-8236
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MedicalGonzales Healthcare SystemsCall for informationProvides primary health care services, including adult and geriatric medicine, and patient education. The staff, both medical and support, offers male and female providers, and is bilingual. Expanded hours include evenings and weekends. As a courtesy to all patients, insurance filing is provided for Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance claims.Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pmAvenue G and 3rd St, Waelder830--788-7280
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