Orange Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Orange, Texas Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Orange, TX and surrounding cities.



We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.



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Active Listings In Orange Texas

City of Refuge

Vinton, LA 6233
7.01 miles from city center Orange
(337) 589-4407
Homeless shelter for veterans.
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Port Cities Rescue Mission Men's Emergency Shelter

Port Arthur, TX 77640
19.19 miles from city center Orange
(409) 982-0202
Services: Emergency Shelter/Food Essential Services/Case Management Transportation/Life Skills/Residential Drug and Alcohol Recover Services Homeless Prevention/Essential Services through collaboration with area/local agencies Men's Emergency Shelter
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Lazarus Recovery Project for Single Women

Port Arthur, TX 77640
19.22 miles from city center Orange
(409)982-9975
The Women's Shelter provides emergency and transitional housing opportunities for up to 13 single women.
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Port Cities Rescue Mission Family Shelter

Port Arthur, TX 77640
19.23 miles from city center Orange
(409)982-0202
The Port Cities Rescue Mission Family Center II provides emergency housing for up to ten families, a resource center, a computer and educational center, and a chapel for the Mission's residents.
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H.O.W. Center

Beaumont, TX 77703
20.88 miles from city center Orange
409-832-7102
The H.O.W. Center is home founded in 1992 for men recovering and rebuilding their lives from alcohol and substance abuse.
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Salvation Army Emergency Shelter Beaumont TX

Beaumont, TX 77703
21.81 miles from city center Orange
(409) 896-2361
The emergency shelter is an overnight shelter for those in need. Doors open at 5 PM and dinner is served until 5:30 PM. After dinner you register for the night. The shelter closes for the day at 7:30 AM. There are multiple AA meetings throughout the week as well as religious counseling.
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Franklin House Women & Children Facility

Beaumont, TX 77708
23.46 miles from city center Orange
409-896-5911
Long term transitional housing for women and children.
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Armour Outreach Ministries

Buna, TX 77612
25.46 miles from city center Orange
409-223-3455
Helping those in need of shelter, Men, Women, and Children. Armour Outreach is a Apostolic Outreach Ministry seeking to lead all people into a dynamic relationship with God. Our Ministry includes but not limited to, Street, Jail, Prison, One on One, Family, Group Counseling, Home Bible
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