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180 House Inc.
2101 Amy Lynn
Abilene, TX 79603
325-673-0180
Temporary Shelter Men's and Women's Wings. This is not free. There are fees.

Our Mission is to guide alcoholics and addicts to long term recovery.
Austin Resource Center for the Homeless - ARCH
500 E. 7th
Austin, TX 78701
512.305.4100
Lottery for sleep spot at 6pm each evening for single adult men only

Women may sleep during the day

Community Care Clinic operates next door: Mon-Thurs 7am-3:30pm

Routine medical attention begins at 6:30am. Dental and vision walk-ins should come to the clinic at 8am on Monday mornings.

MAP card sign-ups: at clinic Mon/Wed/Thurs-1pm OR Mon/Wed-8am (advised to come an hour early)

No ID/name needed to use services at shelter

Anyone under 18 must come with an adult

Serves dinner at 6pm to at least 100 people

Mail services available
Can store medication

Supportive Housing Programs
Front Steps, through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), provides a total of 56 units of permanent supportive housing designated for chronically homeless individuals.  Front Steps’ housing programs are based on the Housing First and Harm Reduction models.
In 2008, Front Steps was awarded a HUD funding to provide 10 units of permanent supportive housing.  More than 80% of our residents have maintained housing in this program for at least 25 months. In January 2011, Front Steps implemented new HUD funding to add an additional 26 units of housing to our inventory.  These units are specifically designated to house the chronically homeless and frequent users of the ARCH, which are some of our community’s most vulnerable individuals.
Front Steps’ supportive housing programs provide subsidized, scattered-site housing with intensive case management and other support services to ensure the successful housing and community integration of each client.  Frequent in-home case management meetings focus on housing stability, increasing self-sufficiency and self-determination.  In addition, the programs help our clients develop skills in money management, housekeeping, and integrating into the community.
Case managers assist clients with obtaining and maintaining employment or other income and addressing mental health and physical health needs.  Clients with income pay 30% of their income towards rent each month.In the spring of 2011, Front Steps introduced its Circle of Care mentor program which pairs mentors with clients to provide extra support while in our housing programs.  Trained mentors work in conjunction with the case managers to provide on-going support while modeling healthy behaviors and social activities.
Front Steps’ supportive housing program partners include: Austin Travis County Integral Care (ATCIC),Foundation Communities, Central Texas Recuperative Care Program, Foundation for the Homeless, Green Doors, The Mulholland Group and Streets of Hope Recovery Support Group.

Transitional Housing
Front Steps has limited transitional housing for clients of the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (ARCH) and the Central Texas Recuperative Care Project, primarily through a group home unit where individuals can address issues of sobriety and income stabilization while establishing a housing plan to locate permanent housing solutions.
Our ‘First Steps’ housing program, which is generously funded by the Religious Coalition to Assist the Homeless, assists Front Steps clients move from the overnight emergency shelter into permanent supportive housing. For some clients, this may mean rental assistance on a subsidized unit within public housing or single room occupancy (SRO) unit until the client establishes an income. For others, First Steps may pay the move-in costs (security deposit, first month’s rent, household furnishings, etc.).
Abilene Hope Haven, Inc.
801 S. Treadaway Blvd.
Abilene, TX 79602
325-677-4673
Abilene Hope Haven is a transitional housing program for individuals and families who have experienced homelessness. We operate two residential facilities with a bed capacity of 76.

Provides food, clothing, shelter, transportation, and safety. Residents are required to maintain a full-time 40-hour-week job; return to school for their GED if required; and remain 100 percent drug and alcohol free. Also offers residents employment skills training; job placement assistance; self-improvement training (interpersonal skills, counseling, parenting skills); educational opportunities, including Adult Basic Education; Host Families Mentoring Program; drug and alcohol counseling and permanent residency counseling. Residents may stay up to 12 months. Hope Haven's families unit has 14 apartments (one three-bedroom, nine two-bedroom and four one-bedroom). To qualify for this program, you must be a legally married couple with or without children or a single parent. Children must be 10 years old or younger.

In order to qualify for this program, you must meet the following qualifications:
All adult applicants must be age 18 or older
Family applicants can be single parents or legally married couples with or without children. Children must be between the ages of birth and age 10.
May not own, rent, or reside in a permanent shelter
Pass a UA for drugs and alcohol (30 days clean & sober required)
Pass a criminal background check with no violent offences. Other offenses are subject to review
Be free of Hepatitis and Tuberculosis
Be willing to obtain a GED (if needed) and full-time employment
Individuals with mental illness and females who are pregnant will be handled on a case by case basis

Go to the website provided above for an application.
Alamo Area Resource Center
527 N. Leona
San Antonio, TX 78207
210-358-9995
Permanent Housing for Persons with HIV/AIDS Students
Annunciation House
1003 E. San Antonio
El Paso, TX 79901
915-545-4509
Housing Meals Clothing for people falls under poverty injustice and oppression.

Annunciation House is a place where the poor, undocumented, and the homeless receive care and hospitality for a given period of time. Time of services based on individual/family need.

Eligibility: Individuals who are poor, homeless, refugee's, and undocumented who need help.

Ring the door bell and volunteer will answer and assess individuals' needs. Call for information.
Arlington Life Shelter
325 W. Division Street
Arlington, TX 76011
817-548-9885
Arlington Life Shelter serves men, women and children of all ages.

Emergency Shelter Program

Emergency shelter services are provided for up to three (3) nights and during periods of extreme cold or heat.

14 day services and housing placement are provided for persons unable to work due to disability or age.

Employment Program
The Employment Program is a comprehensive program designed to help adults get back on their feet and self-sufficient. It can range from a few weeks to several weeks, depending on one's needs and commitment. Additional requirements for the Employment Program:
Safe Haven Arlington
PO Box 1207
Arlington, TX 76004
877-701-7233
Transitional Housing for Victims of Domestic Violence. SafeHaven operates the only domestic violence shelters in Tarrant County.

SafeHaven operates two emergency shelters that have a 174 bed capacity and provides 24-hour care to families fleeing life-threatening situations. The shelters provide living quarters, meals, clothing, transportation, counseling, childrens recreational and therapeutic activities, medical and dental care, and case management at no cost to the client.

Outreach services include: 24-hour bi-lingual crisis line; counseling and support groups for adults and children (English and Spanish); legal services; collaborative programs with 17 police departments in suburban areas; transitional housing for families exiting the shelter seeking self-sufficiency; and educational programs to adults, children, youth and professionals on prevention and intervention regarding abusive relationships.
SCAN - Serving Children and Adolescents in Need Inc
2387 East Saunders - suite 2
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 724-3177
Help children and adolescents in need.
Austin Shelter for Women and Children
4523 Tannehill Lane
Austin, TX 78721
512-933-0600
Provides shelter to Homeless Women and Children.

Only women and children (boys up to the age of 17)
Open everyday
90-day stay period (transitional)
Have kitchen services, serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Mail services available once you are a resident
Case managers available to help residents
Austin Street Center - Austin Street Shelter
2929 Hickory Street
Dallas, TX 75226
214-428-4242
Mission: Austin Street Center provides emergency shelter and related services to the homeless person in a compassionate, faith-based community and provides 'whole person' therapeutic programs so that the person in need might be better able to make responsible choices, positive changes and have economic self-sufficiency. We provide the basics of food, shelter, showers, clothing and, when necessary, medical attention, to those who come to us each day.

Eligibility: Men 45 and over, Ladies 18 and over. Should the facility be at capacity during arrival, Austin Street will work to find an alternative location.

Fees: No fees required. All services and care provided free of charge.

Intake Times/Requirements:
    Women’s intake: 2:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 11:00 a.m. Sunday
    Men’s intake: 4:00 p.m. every day
    Guests must provide valid state or federal government I.D..
    Guests are allowed a maximum of two bags, each weighing a maximum of 25lbs.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Austin Street Center at 214-428-4242 to see if they can use any items you may have to donate or visit our website.

Our Programs and Services include:
Work Readiness Program: Services include a staffed Resource Center, computer training, a job skills training program, and an Employment Specialist Case Manager.
Pathway House: To prepare for the transition to permanent housing, services include financial literacy education and life-skills training as well as access to the programs that are available to the general population of clients at Austin Street Center.
Veteran’s Program:  Includes a support group, assistance with access to resources, VA benefits, and transportation to appointments.
Substance abuse support: Outside service providers facilitate meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Women’s Program. Designed to address the unique issues and risks that females face when homeless, the program provides support and tools that assist them through their homelessness and in future situations and relationships.
Spiritual support: Churches provide interdenominational services at our on-site chapel each week and Bible studies are offered throughout the week.
Onsite partnerships: Local hospital and clinic staff come to our campus to provide mental and physical healthcare screenings and minor treatments.
Bay Area Homeless Services
3406 Wisconsin Street
Baytown, TX 77520
281-837-1654
Emergency Shelter Services
BAHS provides emergency homeless shelter services for low-income clients in the East Harris County, Baytown, Liberty County & Chambers County area. A safe, secure, drug/alcohol-free community geared to promoting employment opportunities. We are a weapon-free campus with strict rules prohibiting violence, bullying, physical or verbal harassment and disruption.

Britton-Fuller Family Center
Bay Area Homeless Services provides housing and intensive case management services to intact homeless families who require supportive services in order to transition into more permanent housing within the community. The Britton-Fuller Family Center has six apartment style rooms for families; eligibility can be determined by calling the BAHS main office at 281-837-1654. There may be a waiting list for these services.
Bay Area Turning Point
210 S. Walnut
Webster, TX 77598
281-286-2525
Emergency Domestic Violence Women and Children Shelter - Provides shelter to Homeless Families Victims of Domestic Violence.

BATP is a non-profit; community based social service agency providing a variety of assistance services, including shelter, to families in need and community education/crime prevention activities in the Greater Bay Area and surrounding areas.


Provides a variety of services to victims of Domestic Violence and their families. Services include Emergency and Transitional Shelter, Emergency Medical Care and Personal Care, Safety Planning, Legal and Financial Assistance, Support group and individual counseling, Employment Assistance, and Crisis Follow-up Services.

Services Offered in the shelter
    Case Management
    Job Readiness
    Food & Clothing
    Counseling
    Life Skills Classes
    Academic Tutoring for Children and Women
    GED Preparation
    Child Care
    Recovery Support Groups
    Transportation
    Parenting Skills Classes
    Self Improvement Workshops
    Budget and Financial Planning
    Special Projects and activities
    Nutrition Education

Counties served: Harris, Galveston
Lil Audrey's Safe Place
2505 Southmore
Houston, TX 77004
713-529-2344
Lil Audrey's Safe Place Foundation is a safe environment within a transitional homeless facility and emergency shelter that house alumni of the foster care system seeking a Post Secondary Education.
Bethel Home for Women (Renewed Innovations Inc.)
1721 Ronson Road
Houston, TX 77055
(832) 894-9348
Emergency Shelter / Transitional Housing for women who are homeless or faced with a crisis situation.
Bridge Over Troubled Water Inc
3811 Allen-Genoa Rd
Pasadena, TX 77504
713-472-0753
Hours:
Monday hours 8:30 am - 5:30 am
The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Inc., (The Bridge) a comprehensive crisis center, assists survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence and those who are homeless due to these circumstances or another crisis. As the only center of its kind in southeast Harris County, Texas, The Bridge annually serves approximately 20,000 people through residential/non-residential services and community outreach and prevention/education programs. Since 1978, our agency has been a bridge to healing and self sufficiency for the communities of Channelview, Deer Park, Galena Park, Houston, Jacinto City, La Porte, Pasadena and South Houston.
Casa Marianella
821 Gunter
Austin, TX 78702
512-385-5571
Provide emergency shelter and support to homeless immigrant women and their children.

Shelter mainly for immigrants, but also an emergency shelter
Mostly single men and women with no children
Posada Esperanza – shelter for women with children
Breakfast and lunch prepared by residents, dinner provided by shelter staff
Mail services available to residents
Storage of medication is allowed
Financial assistance available for residents. If homeless and working, no assistance will be provided for co-pay. If homeless and unemployed, a case manager might be able to help with co-pay, depending on available funds.
Catholic Charities
2701 Birchill Road North
Ft. Worth, TX 76105
817-534-0814
Emergency shelter and diagnostic facility for children between ages 0 and 13 who have been removed from their homes by Child Protective Services due to an experience of abuse and/or neglect by their c
Central Texas Youth Service Bureau
601 Parmer Ave
Killeen, TX 76541-5355
817-634-2085
Safe shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. A self-help program for parents troubled by teenage behavior.
Centro San Vicente Homeless Clinic
1208 Myrtle Avenue
El Paso, TX 79901
915-351-8972
Provides temporary shelter and health services to homeless and poor.
Chamber of Commerce
215 W 3rd St
Big Spring, TX 79720
432-263-7641
Provides emergency shelter for the victims of hurricane.
Children's Aid Society of West Texas Inc.
1101 30th St.
Wichita Falls, TX 76302
940-322-7671
Provides emergency shelter to teens.Teen Emergency Shelter
Christ UMC
4203 State Highway 6 S
College Station, TX 77845
979-229-9411
Strives to provide a safe nurturing Christian atmosphere in which children can grow socially emotionally physically intellectually and spiritually. Enrollment is open to children without regard t
Church of the Nazarene
1516 W. Pioneer Pkwy
Arlington, TX 76013
817-274-7762
Provide shelter and services to build strong loving families within a caring Christian community.
City House
902 E. 16th Street
Plano, TX 75074
972-424-4626
City House provides emergency shelter for ages newborn - 17, and transitional living services (residential and nonresidential) to 18-21 year olds.
City of Refuge (day refuge - sack lunches and clothing)
613 S. Adams
Amarillo, TX 79101
806-331-1891
We welcome people who come from all aspects of society especially those who have felt shut out isolated and alone.
Coastal Bend Alcohol and Drug Rehab
24 N. Country Club Place
Corpus Christi, TX 78407
361-882-9302
Shelter and abuse treatment.
Comfort House
617 W Dallas
McAllen, TX 78501
956-687-7367
Home for those ill with AIDS who are homeless or whose families cannot care for them at home.
Compassion Ministries of Waco
1421 Austin Ave.
Waco, TX 76701
254-755-7640
The goal of Compassion Ministries is to provide a homelike atmosphere to families with children who are homeless or unable to maintain their current residence. The program provides a more secure and stable home environment that allows those in personal and financial crises to re-establish themselves.
While living in our transitional housing facility, we provide services that include family counseling, job training/search, drug/alcohol abuse treatment, daycare, childrens programs, transportation, literacy training, health care, social and domestic skills, using in-house staff and in conjunction with local agencies currently providing support services.

Hope House Transitional Shelter
Compassion Ministries is the only transitional homeless facility in Central Texas for families with children. Hope House provides 14 apartments for families. We believe that an apartment living environment as opposed to community living promotes personal independence and responsibility. We serve an average of 50 families annually, including approximately 100 children ranging from infancy to 17.

Admissions
To be admitted into the Compassion program, residents must:
    Be alcohol and drug free;
    Work closely with assigned Compassion caseworkers;
    Obtain full-time employment within the first 30 days in the program and pay approximately 30% of their gross income for rent;
    Attend weekly counseling sessions provided by community volunteers in budget and employment skills.
To Apply for Admission:
Please download all the forms on our website. Please fill out the application form and bring it, along with your picture ID and social security card (if you have one), to a personal interview on any Tuesday at 2 p.m. at 1421 Austin.
Cooke County Evacuee Shelter (site of former hospital)
1016 Ritchie St.
Gainesville, TX 76240
940-665-1745
Emergany shelter for the victims of hurricane.
Cornerstone Assistance Network
3500 Noble Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111
(817) 632-6000
Cornerstone Assistance Network was founded in 1992 to address the growing needs of individuals and families struggling under the burden of poverty in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Covenant House Texas
1111 Lovett Blvd
Houston, TX 77006
(713)523-2231
Provides a shelter for homeless youth. Residents are provided with room, food, clothing, crisis intervention counseling, health services (both on site and through referral), short-term casework, counseling, substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, GED program, education and vocational counseling and referral. Contact with Covenant House may enable youth to renew family ties and return home. Other youth are assisted in obtaining long-term placement or specialized treatment.
Dallas Life Foundation
1100 Cadiz
Dallas, TX 75215
214-421-1380
Dallas Life Foundation strives to provide those in need with adequate shelter We operate a 100 000 square foot facility capable of housing up to 500 men women and children per day. Men and women are on separate floors in dormitory style housing.

Shelter Guidelines
 Dallas LIFE is not a domestic violence shelter.
 Check in is from 4:00p.m to 8:30p.m., 7 days a week.
 You are allowed 2 bags or 2 boxes, nothing more. Each piece is to weigh 25 lbs. or less.
 If you are a married couple, you must have a valid marriage license.
 Each person must have ID and a Social Security card
 If you have no ID, you will need to get one through other agency assistance.
 Children must have a birth certificate, Social Security card and immunization records.
 We cannot take men on parole.
 We cannot take anyone convicted of a sex crime at any time in the past or if you have been convicted of a heinous/violent crime.
 You must sign rules & regulations to stay.
 You must shower daily, no exceptions.
 If you commit to our program and then leave, you may not return for 30 days.
 Breaking rules can result in a 30, 60, 90 day or PERMANENT restriction.
 Children are always free.
 Senior Citizens are welcomed.
 Chapel is at 8:00a.m. every morning and 6:00p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, as well as Sunday morning and Sunday evening.
 We offer dorms for those who are single.
 We offer private rooms for married couples or those with children.
 Every resident has a daily cleaning job, no exceptions.
 Only a limited number of vehicles are able to be accommodated on our property.
 There is no fraternization with other residents.
 No pets allowed.
 We perform random drug testing.
 
  First time residents receives 5 free nights. After that, you choose between the Pay-To-Stay Program at $12 per night, or the 10-Month New Life Program which is free for those having no income.


Largest Homeless Shelter in north Texas housing up to 500 people each night. Highly successful long-term addiction recovery program. Recovery program for Senior Citizens and disabled. Families stay together and single dads with kids welcome!

Largest homeless shelter in north Texas. We welcome families and keep couples together. We also welcome Senior Citizens and those with slight mental health issues.
Downtown Women's Center
409 S. Monroe St.
Amarillo, TX 79101
806-372-3625
The mission of the the Downtown Women's Center is to provide structured and safe residential housing and counseling for homeless women with addictions and their children while offering screening and
Faith City Inc.
401 E. 2nd Street
Amarillo, TX 79101
806-373-6402
The Family Lighthouse is a safe haven for homeless families and single women. It can accommodate a maximum of 72 guests in 16 rooms.
Faith Mission Shelter For Men and Families
1300 Travis
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
940-723-5663
Faith Mission provides shelter for men and families and offers the one-year New Beginnings Recovery Program for men who are struggling with addiction and are interested in allowing Christ to transform their lives. Three meals are served daily and are open to the public. The clothing room is open on a limited schedule and provides clothing to the poor.
Faith Mission and Help Center
500 E. Academy
Brenham, TX 77833
979-830-1488
Transitional long term temporary housing for homeless families victims of domestic violence runaway or homeless youth.

Other Services:
Provides basic emergency needs assistance such as food, shelter, rent, utilities, medicine, and transportation. Will meet other needs as they are able.

Eligibility: Determined by financial need and individual circumstance.
Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; Closed 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Family Crisis Center Inc
1602 W. Harrison Suite C
Harlingen, TX 78550
956-423-9304
The Family Crisis Center is a corporation organized to provide temporary shelter and sustenance for women and their children in times of domestic crisis; to provide educational and counseling services
Family Gateway
711 South St. Paul Street
Dallas, TX 75201
214-823-4500
Programs and services provided include assessment and diversion, emergency shelter and supportive housing (through DHA vouchers and a permanent supportive housing program), comprehensive case management, adult and childrens services, and an education program.

If you are a family in need of assistance in Dallas or Tarrant County, please call the homeless crisis helpline at 1-888-411-6802 (Option 3) or take the online assessment found at our website.

The mission of Family Gateway is to provide stability and life-changing supportive services to children and families affected by homelessness. Founded by Mayor Annette G. Strauss in 1986, Family Gateway has served homeless families with children for more than thirty years. The agency receives more than 300 unique calls per month and has been designated as the county-wide point of entry (triage point) for families with children who are experiencing a homeless crisis.

Family Gateway believes in providing housing first and then uses a two-generation approach to wrap trauma-informed services around both the parent and the child. At Family Gateway, families of all kinds are welcome.

Want to get involved as a volunteer or support the mission of Family Gateway? Visit familygateway.org or call 214-823-4500 for more information.
 
Family Support Services
1001 S. Polk
Amarillo, TX 79101
806-342-2500
Temporary shelter for individuals and families face crises such as family violence sexual assault divorce abuse stress.
Family Violence Prevention Services Inc.
7911 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209
210-930-3669
Transitional long term temporary emergency housing for victims of domestic violence katrina evacuees. Other services include Legal advocacy educational resources counseling medical assistance.
FamilyTime Crisis and Counseling Center
1203 S Houston Ave
Humble, TX 77347
(281)446-2615
Counseling Services
FamilyTime offers professional counseling services for:
    Individuals
    Families
    Couples
    Teens
    Group Counseling
    Play Therapy for Children
    Parenting Education Classes
    Anger & Emotions Management Classes
Counseling services at FamilyTime are designed to assist clients with the following Issues:
    Past & Present Victimization(s)
    Personal Growth
    Marital & Relationship Issues
    Self Esteem
    Health & Wellness
    Grief & Loss
    Assertiveness Training
    Communication Skills
    Stress/Anxiety
    Divorce: Past & Present
    Mediation
    Social Fears
    Codependency
    Conquer Phobias
Cost:  There is no fee for the first (intake) session.  All fees are charged on a sliding-scale and are due at the time of service.  Our office does not accept insurance as a form of payment for counseling services.
For those who are seeking counseling services to address issues stemming from a victimization such as domestic violence, sexual assault or other violent crime, you may be eligible for our free counseling program for victims of abuse.  Your counselor will discuss your potential eligibility for this program with you during your first session.  Not all clients will be eligible for this program.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment for counseling or would like more information, please contact FamilyTime at (281) 446-2615.
Fort Bend County Women's Center
undisclosed location
Richmond, TX 77406
281-342-4357
Emergency Domestic violence shelter for Women and Children - undisclosed location

Our services include our 24 hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, legal and medical support and much more. We also offer community education and outreach designed to reduce domestic violence and sexual assault.
Fort Worth YWCA Temporary Shelter For Women
512 W. 4th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
817-332-6191
Temporary emergency shelter for single female only.
Franklin House Women & Children Facility
5670 Concord Rd.
Beaumont, TX 77708
409-896-5911
Long term transitional housing for women and children.
Freedom House
PO Box 1626
Weatherford, TX 76087
817-596-7543
Temporary emergency shelter for female and child victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence.
Friends of the Family
1014 West University Drive
Denton, TX 76201
(940) 387-1750
Friends of the Family offers emergency shelter for survivors of relationship violence and sexual assault. Persons seeking shelter may call the crisis line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 800-572-4031 or 940-382-7273. Eligibility for shelter will be determined based on safety concerns related to relationship violence or sexual assault, resulting in the person having no safe place to stay. In the event a caller is not eligible for our shelter, referrals to other local resources will be provided. The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Crisis intervention specialists answer the hotline, monitor the house, and assist clients with basic needs during night, weekend and holiday hours. The 32-bed residential facility offers numerous services that encourage safety planning, education regarding relationship violence, personal growth, and independent living skills in an abuse-free environment. Generally, clients stay in the shelter for up to 30 days; extensions may be approved on a case-by-case basis.
Friendship of Women
PO Box 3112
Brownsville, TX 78523
956-544-7412
Long term emergency housing for womens who are victims of domestic violence.
Genesis Women's Shelter
4411 Lemmon Ave, Ste 201
Dallas, TX 75219
214-946-4357
Genesis Women's Shelter provides emergency shelter, safety and counseling for victims of domestic violence and their children. All of the services at Genesis Women's Shelter's are confidential and free.
Godtel Ministries
323 Moody Street
Lufkin, TX 75901
936-637-2520
We are dedicated to provide housing and healthcare services to mentally handicapped people.
Mother Teresa Shelter, Inc.
513 Sam Rankin Ave.
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
361-883-7372
Mother Teresa Shelter, Inc. is a non-profit, faith-based organization that provides services to homeless men and women. The primary purpose of Mother Teresa Shelter Inc. is to provide shelter and supportive services to homeless persons during the day in the hope that they will gain their dignity and stability. Wrap around programs are designed to help meet the demands of our homeless population. Homeless Day Shelter and Supportive Services

Breakfast
We provide breakfast, Monday-Friday, from 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Snacks
We provide snacks, Monday-Friday, from 10:30-11:00 a.m. and 2:30-3:00 p.m.

We also provide:
Lockers for belongings
Showers
Laundry facilities
Phones
Internet
Bus Tokens
Blankets
Jackets
Clothing
First Aid
Referrals
Grayson County Homeless Shelter
331 W. Morton
Denison, TX 75020
903-465-6041
The Grayson County Shelter offers homeless families, women and single men over 55 a safe, clean, healthy, physical and social environment as they work toward their goals of self sufficiency. The GCS also offers support and encouragement to clients in accessing external social services while seeking employment, housing and self-reliance.

The Grayson County Shelter is open 24 hours a day, seven days per week. All services are provided free of charge to the clients. We provide private family rooms in a clean, safe, family environment.
Guadalupe Home
2102 Buena Vista Street
San Antonio, TX 78207
210-476-0707
Transitional housing for homeless women pregnant women w/ children less than 1yr. Old.

Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Guadalupe Home is a transitional living program for homeless expectant mothers and homeless mothers with infants. During their stay at Guadalupe Home, mothers have a safe place to live and to prepare for birth, as well as have a home-like environment in which to nurture their baby. Women who come to Guadalupe Home are ready to improve their lives and the lives of their children.
Harris County Protective Services for Children and Adults - Chimney Rock Center
6300 Chimney Rock
Houston, TX 77081
(713) 295-2600
Emergency - Children Shelter
Hill Country Crisis Council Inc.
429 Washington
Kerrville, TX 78028
830-257-7088
Temporary long term emergency housing for victims of domestic violence katrina evacuees. Other services are Counseling legal advocacy educational resources and training.
Homeward Bound Inc
233 W. 10th Street
Dallas, TX 75208
214-941-3500
Temporary emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence persons with HIV/AIDS general population.
Houston Area Women's Center
1010 Waugh
Houston, TX 77019
713-528-2121
Shelter and support services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Individuals and families fleeing from abuse can find safety and support our 120-bed shelter and residential facility. The Houston Area Womens Center shelter is at an undisclosed location and supports 24-hour surveillance and security personnel. Clients entering the shelter can expect clean and comfortable amenities and access to a host of programs, resources and support staff. Each client is assigned a case advocate and together they develop safety planning, goal setting and discuss additional community resources so the client may make informed decisions about the future. To promote economic stability and independence, the Career Development Program provides assistance and resources to help each client work towards educational and/or employment goals.
 
Children and youth are a top priority at the Women's Center. Our dedicated and highly trained children's staff create a safe and comfortable environment that focuses on the needs of each child so they can work through the trauma, develop coping skills and spend time having fun and being a kid again. To remove the barriers of securing childcare, we offer daycare, educational arrangements and after-school programming to ensure mothers can work towards goals, such as counseling, education and employment.
 
At the shelter clients will find:
    Individual/Group Counseling services for women, youth and children.
    Career Development Program, including skills assessment and training, career planning financial assistance for education.
    Advocacy, resources and referrals provided during individual appointments and weekly meetings.
    Women's and Children's Libraries
    Cafeteria dining serves three nutritious meals each day to all residents.
    Parenting education classes.
    Bench-lined courtyard garden and covered age-appropriate play areas.
    On-site early childhood education and Houston Independent School District classes.
    Children's Enrichment Program providing opportunities for after school education, field trips, summer camps and special events.
 
If you need emergency shelter, please call the Domestic Violence Hotline 713.528.2121 or
The Sexual Assault Hotline 713.528-RAPE (7273).
Johnson County Family Crisis Center
PO Box 43
Cleburne, TX 76033
817-558-7171
Long term emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence.
Kashmere Garden Residential Care
6112 Crane St.
Houston, TX 77026
713-697-2300
Temporary shelter for mentally handicapped and persons with HIV/AIDS.
Kilgore Crisis
905 Broadway
Kilgore, TX 75662
903-984-3019
Shelter for homeless families victims of domestic violence.
Kinney County Aging Services
408 S Ann St
Brackettville, TX 78832
830-563-2015
Emergency Shelter for senior citizen.
La Familia de El Paso
1511 E. Yandell
El Paso, TX 79902
915-532-9434
Day center for mentally-ill.
La Posada Home Inc
1020 N. Campbell Street
El Paso, TX 79902
915-544-4595
Transitional/Permanent long term emergency housing for homeless families victims of domestic violence.
Another Chance House
209 S. Jackson
Amarillo, TX 79101
(806)372-3344
Homeless shelter for men fighting alcoholism and drug addiction.

nonprofit provider of emergency shelter and permanent, low-income rental housing to homeless males. ACH is unique and innovative because it offers several types of housing for long-term efforts toward self-sufficiency. Currently, housing is available for 55.

ACH is continually expanding its housing services by acquiring more properties that can be offered as low-income housing. It has expanded its role in the Amarillo community by collaborating with other organizations to assist more men, eliminate drug neighborhoods and minimize poverty.

Program Services include case management, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, recovery programs, respect programs, family orientation, employment referral, vocational training and transportation.

Another Chance House reserves a select number of beds for America's veterans. This program is a collaboration between ACH and the Veteran's Administration.
Loaves and Fishes of the Rio Grande Valley
514 S. E Street
Harlingen, TX 78550
956-423-1014
Long Term temporary emergency shelter for homeless families runaway or homeless youth general population.

Men's and Women's Emergency Shelters available 24 hours a day. Long-term residents must be in a monitored program to move from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Soup kitchen provides two meals a day seven days a week.

Eligibility: Adults and Families with children, Individual cannot be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Hours: 24 Hours 7 Days
Martha's Home Inc.
1204 W. 18th Ave.
Amarillo, TX 79102
806-372-4035
Martha's Home provides homeless women and their children with shelter and support while guiding them towards a lifestyle of self-sufficiency.
Matagorda County Women's Crisis Center
2805 4th St./ PO Box 1820
Bay City, TX 77404
979-245-9109
Long term emergency shelters for victims of domestic violence homeless families .
Midland Fair Havens
2400 Whitmire Blvd #100
Midland, TX 79705
432-689-3411
Midland Fair Havens equips single mothers and their children for self-sufficient living by addressing their educational, Photo - Mother and Childvocational, spiritual, and emotional needs in residential and non-residential settings.

Services for residential clients:
Housing at no cost for up to 24 months
Individual case management with emphasis on
accountability to a plan of personal goals Life skills training in the areas of finance, parenting, health, nutrition, personal development, and Bible study
Consistent emotional support through the care of Christian staff and volunteers
Referral to community resources for education, vocational evaluation and development, counseling, and family assistance

Services for non residential clients:
Financial assistance for utilities and rent, including budgeting advice, to prevent homelessness
Basic needs assistance with clothing, food and personal hygiene items
Referral to community resources for education, vocational evaluation and development, counseling, and family assistance
Mission Arlington
210 W. South St.
Arlington, TX 76010
817-277-6620
Temporary shelters for victims of sexual abuse.
Mission of Yahweh
10247 Algiers Rd
Houston, TX 77041
(713)466-4785
Provides emergency shelter for homeless women and women and their young children. Faith-based shelter located in Houston, Texas that empowers, enriches and restores the lives of homeless women and children and provides outreach services to low income families in our neighborhood.

Eligibility:Homeless women and their children; Boys maximum age eight, girls maximum age twelve; Must live outside zip code 77041.

Must be willing to donate 20 hours per week working at mission

Services:Domestic Violence Shelters, Homeless Shelter for Single Parent Families Headed by Mothers. Food Pantry: Zip Code 77041 only; Shelter: Harris County
Modest Family Health Care Center
1008 Danube
Houston, TX 77051
(713)733-2458
Emergency - Single Adults
Family Promise of Montgomery County
1207 Thompson Ave
Conroe, TX 77301
936-441-8778
Day Center
Located near Downtown Conroe, the Family Promise Day Center is a safe haven for families when they enter the program.  While local congregations host the families in the evenings and on weekends, the Day Center is where the families conduct job searches, receive case management services, cook and eat mid-day meals, do their laundry, and keep the majority of their clothes and belongings.
The Day Center strives to be as family-friendly as possible, while also housing the Family Promise business offices.
The Day Center operates Monday Friday, 7am 5pm and may be contacted at (936) 441-8778.

Qualifications:
Families must meet the following eligibility requirements:
    Must have child/children under the age of 18 years
    Must currently be homeless or facing homelessness
    Must be drug/alcohol free
    Must be able to work full-time and maintain employment
    Must not have serious criminal history
    Must be willing to live/work in Montgomery County
Montgomery County Women's Center
1600 Lake Front Circle, Suite 100
The Woodlands, TX 77387
(281) 292-4155
24 hour crisis hotline: 936-441-7273

Emergency Domestic Violence Women and Children.

MCWC provides emergency shelter to abused women and children along with individual counseling, legal advocacy, support groups, education and childcare while they begin their healing process and seek employment. Food, clothing, limited medical treatment, and personal care items are also provided. Shelter services are available for a maximum of 45 days with two-week extension if there is an expectation of permanent or transitional housing. Call for shelter access. They also offer a transitional housing option called Reaching Pines for those who qualify (must be employed for at least one month, be free of addiction, pay rent based on a sliding scale, attend meetings with case managers, have their own transportation).
Mujeres Unidas/Women Together
420 North 21st St.
McAllen, TX 78501
956-630-4881
Temporary emergency and transitional housing for victims of domestic violence katrina evacuees .
Hope's Door New Beginning Center
218 N 10th St.
Garland, TX 75040
972-276-0057
At Hope's Door New Beginning Center, we help individuals and families escape and heal from domestic abuse, dating abuse and family violence through our free trauma-informed services.

Our two emergency shelters offer temporary housing to survivors and their children fleeing life-threatening situations.

Clients living in our emergency shelters are provided with food, clothing and all the necessities of daily living along with case management, safety planning, counseling, legal support, and referral to other community resources.

Clients can stay in the emergency shelter for up to 90 days and the location of the shelter remains strictly confidential to ensure the safety of those living in the shelter.

Children living in the shelter are enrolled in schools nearby or may attend their home school if it is safe to do so.

In addition to temporary shelter, we offer the following services free of charge at both of our Outreach Centers in Plano and Garland: -Counseling sessions for adults and children, including individual and group therapy
-Legal support including legal advice, assistance with protective orders, child custody and divorce, and possible full representation
-Transitional housing services for clients leaving the shelter that includes rental assistance, deposit waivers, case management and life-skills classes Survivors in need of services other than shelter or those who have left the shelter can access these services in English or Spanish.

Anyone wishing to receive any of our free services are encouraged to call our 24-Hour Hotline, which is answered in English and Spanish 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 24-Hour Hotline: 972-276-0057 If you are or think you might be in an abusive relationship, know that you are not alone, it is not your fault, and help is available.
New Hope Housing Inc.
320 Hamilton St.
Houston, TX 77002
713-223-1995
Transitional housing for low income families.

Mission: New Hope Housing's core purpose is to provide life stabilizing, affordable, permanent housing with support services for people who live on very limited incomes. Our vision is to be an enduring institution serving Houstons most vulnerable citizens.
New Horizon Family Center
1805 Cedar Bayou Road
Baytown, TX 77520
281-422-2292
Provides shelters to children who are victims of domestic-violence. Established in 1981 The New Horizon Family Center offers 24 hour emergency shelter and counseling for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Northwest Assistance Ministries
15555 Kuykendahl Rd.
Houston, TX 77090
281-885-4575
Long term emergency (3 months) shelters for homeless families (only).
The Life Center for the Homeless
4516 Old Yale St.
Houston, TX 77018
713-750-9565
Faith-based Christian Organization/24-Hour Shelter. The Life Center is dedicated to serve, educate and represent the Homeless of Houston. Through the operation of a short-stay residential facility, and the combination of an educational program, an in-house work program and group counseling sessions, The Life Center hopes to impart sufficient work and basic living skills, along with a positive and focused mental attitude to Homeless individuals so they can take their proper place as productive and stable members of today's society.

One of our primary goals is to provide temporary shelter for up to 70 of Houston’s Homeless and most destitute, and after the completion of our new “Life Center’s Hope Village”, the plan is to have enough sleep space for 200. While at The Life Center, they will receive the services listed and also be referred to other agencies, ones that can assist them with getting proper identification, also agencies that help with employment, in an effort to give them opportunity to escape the cycle of life on the streets. But we can’t achieve this alone. We need your support. The Life Center has not received any Government grants as of yet.

The Life Center Vision began in 1989 and is a 501c3 non-profit, faith based Christian Organization. Located on Old Yale St., close to the Independence Heights area of Houston and the historical Acres Homes, we are ideally positioned to make a difference. Our present facilities include three living areas and a separate Multi – Purpose Facility that can be used for educational classes, meetings and motivational sessions, and Chapel with the ability to support our community and make a visible difference. We have a total of 10 facilities and room to grow. The Life Center operates as a 24–hour refuge for those who are in need. There is also a 90-day Rehabilitation Program. There is an on-site Director and an outreach team. We have a non-discrimination policy.
SafeHaven Of Tarrant County
1100 Hemphill St #303
Fort Worth, TX 76102
817-336-1044
Domestic Violence Shelters. One in Fort Worth, the other is in Arlington.
Total 164 bed capacity.

Call hotline for immediate help: 1-877-701-7233

- Also provides subsidized housing for survivors of domestic violence. Call for details.
Panhandle Assesment - Child Protection Services
4655 S. FM 1258
Amarillo, TX 79118
806-372-3625
Temporary emergency housing for homeless children.
Presbyterian Night Shelter
2400 Cypress Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 632-7400
Long term emergency shelter for general population. Dinner is served to all overnight guests. 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm daily.

Services:
Single Men and Women
    Our shelter for homeless adults operates 24 hours a day, and 365 days a year.
    Housing, meals and additional support services are available for single women and single men.
    We are free to anyone in need, and we are the only shelter in our area without length-of-stay restrictions.

Women and Children
    Our Women and Children’s Facility is the only area shelter that allows families with older teenage boys to remain with their mothers, keeping the families together.
    We also provide a comprehensive children's program, which includes playgrounds, on-site counseling and after-school tutoring.
    Our capital campaign is increasing our ability to meet growing demand for families, including a new facility to be opened in 2016, expanded support services and enhanced safety and security.

Veterans
    We have one of the most successful transitional housing programs for veterans in the United States, preparing them for permanent, independent housing within 12 months.
    We have developed semiprivate facilities for veterans, allowing them to prepare their own meals and have separate recreation, as well as access to showers, laundry services and a computer lab.
    We work with Veterans Affairs to secure and retain employment for homeless veteran clients, move them into permanent housing and eliminate or minimize barriers to continued self-sufficiency.

Mentally Ill/Behaviorally Disabled
    Our Behavioral Care Facility provides services for severely mentally ill homeless, who often suffer from substance abuse issues.
    We work with mentally ill homeless to live in furnished, private rooms in a residential facility.
    MHMR Tarrant County collaborates with us to provide health care services.
Project Vida
3607 Rivera
El Paso, TX 79905
915-533-7057
Transitional housing for runaway or homeless youth. Other services include Clinic (primary healthcare) daycare gang prevention.
Promise House
224 W Page Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
214-941-8578
Transitional temporary emergency housing for runaway homeless youth ages 10-17.
The Bridge North Texas
1818 Corsicana Street
Dallas, TX 75201
214-670-1101
225 emergency mats, 100 transitional beds;

If you are an adult experiencing homelessness in Dallas, please contact us at 214.670.1101 for more information about participating in homeless recovery activities.

The Bridge's purpose is to end adult long-term homelessness in Dallas and the surrounding region by developing, coordinating, and/or delivering:
    Outreach/intake services
    Jail diversion/reentry services
    Emergency shelter/transitional shelter services
    Primary health care/behavioral health care services
    Recreational/educational services
    Employment income/supported employment income/disability income services
    Affordable housing/supportive housing services
Reflections of Christ's Kingdom Church (ROCK)
415 West Adoue
Alvin, TX 77511
281-331-1212
Short-term long-term emergency shelters for katrina evacuees only.
Rescue Mission of El Paso
221 N. Lee Street
El Paso, TX 79901
915-532-2575
Provides a wide range of services in addition to food clothing and shelter including counseling.

The Rescue Mission of El Paso is not just a shelter for the homeless where they can stay and eat. It is also a place to rebuild their hopes and dreams. Plus, the Rescue Mission of El Paso offers drug/alcohol rehabilitation programs, and a restaurant which employs the residents of the Mission to give them working experience.

Relapse Prevention

The Relapse Prevention Program is a 13 week faith-based and non-denominational program which addresses bio-psycho-social-spiritual concepts in recovery.  Each of these problem areas are dealt with on an individual, one-on-one basis.  The program is an in-house course requiring commitment and cooperation on the part of the student.  Enrollment begins two weeks prior to beginning of each session and is limited to 12 students.
SAMMinistries Transitional Living and Learning Center
5254 Blanco Road
San Antonio, TX 78216
210-340-0302
SAMMinistries prevents homelessness in San Antonio through a compassionate, holistic approach that brings self sufficiency, pride and dignity to struggling families with no where else to turn.

SAMMinistries is an interfaith ministry that helps the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless attain self-sufficiency by offering shelter, housing, and services.
SafePlace Inc.
Po Box 328
Dumas, TX 79029
806-935-7585
Safe Place Inc. is not a homeless shelter. Our shelter is strictly utilized to help victims of domestic and sexual abuse.
Salvation Army Wayne Bergstrom Center of Hope
301 Avenue E
Conroe, TX 77301
(936) 760-2440
Homeless Shelter
15,700 square feet and accommodates 74 individuals, with the capacity to increase to 128 beds.
Salvation Army Houston Family Residence
1603 McGowen
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 650-6530
Provides comprehensive total care for women and families needing temporary emergency shelter or transitional living. The Family Residence provides a place of safety and healing for women and children, many of whom are victims of domestic violence, crime, and generational poverty.

Eligibility:Legally married couple with children, women with children, single women; Must be physically and mentally stable, alcohol and drug free, capable of self care.

Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm.

full list of services: homeless shelter and transitional housing.
Salvation Army Houston - Harbor Light Center and Red Shield Lodge
2407 North Main St
Houston, TX 77009
(713) 224-2875
Offers access to immediate and long term shelter, medical screening and referral, and a spiritual approach to recovery and self sufficiency. Minimum age 18.

Hours:Mon - Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm

The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center and Red Shield Lodge provides a comprehensive response to the increasing needs of Houstons homeless and addicted men. Each individual is offered access to immediate and long-term shelter, medical screening and referral, and a spiritual approach to recovery and self-sufficiency.
The Harbor Light Center is the long-term drug and alcohol recovery program. This recovery program allows men experiencing homelessness to live at the Center while addressing the issues that led to their addiction.

The Red Shield Lodge is the homeless emergency shelter where immediate needs such as meals, hygiene and a safe place to sleep are met. Men who are staying at the Lodge have the opportunity to to enroll in the Recovery Program.

The Veterans Residential Treatment Program is available for veterans experiencing homelessness who are referred by the VA.
San Antonio Rescue Mission
907 E. Quincy
San Antonio, TX 78215
210-222-9736
Emergency shelter for men community food pantry prepared meals served. Provides food, clothing and lodging for males only. Clients wake up at 5:30 a.m., eat breakfast and must leave premises by 6:00 a.m. Must attend nightly chapel services.

Eligibility: Males only, 17 years or older with proper I.D
Fees: No fees
Intake Process: Admittance to the shelter from 5:30 - 6:30
San Antonio Urban Ministries Fair Weather Lodge
535 Bandera Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78228
210-208-5700
Temporary emergency shelters for victims of domestic violence specially youth.
Santa Maria Hostel
2005 Jacquelyn
Houston, TX 77055
713-957-2413
The mission of Santa Maria Hostel is to empower women and their families to lead healthy, successful, productive and self-fulfilling lives.
Santa Maria is Texas' largest multi-site residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment center and one of a very few to provide a comprehensive continuum for pregnant and parenting women and their children. Clients progress towards achieving improved mental and physical health, family functioning and economic stability that supports a drug- and violence-free lifestyle.
Santa Maria is proud of its history in providing recovery services which have a long-term impact on individuals and families served. Through these services, clients complete substance abuse treatment, acquire parenting skills, develop job readiness skills, set and attain educational and employment goals, gain critical life skills, get referrals and information on resources and obtain permanent housing.

Emergency Shelter
Santa Marias emergency shelter for single women offers a short-term safe and secure environment for women in the Houston area who find themselves homeless or at the risk of becoming homeless or those fleeing domestic violence situations. The goal of the shelter is to serve as a bridge to assist residents in moving from an emergency situation to stable, appropriate housing.
In addition to short-term housing, the following support services are offered:
    Case Management
    Three meals per day
    Assistance finding long-term housing
    Transportation assistance
    Access to primary care
    Access to mental health services
    Recovery support services
    Access to substance use disorder treatment
    Life skills
    Job Readiness/Search assistance
Search for Truth Ministry
709 Waco Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
361-882-4143
The primary mission of SFTM is to provide and operate faith-based transitional housing for homeless men in the Corpus Christi area. Most of the men staying at the shelter grow in their faith, get jobs, and become self-sufficient.

Approximately 25-30 homeless men of Corpus Christi receive shelter and meals at the mission each day. Clothing, shoes, linens, showers and laundry facilities are provided. Men can stay up to 90 days while looking for employment and a permanent residence. Most of the men staying at the shelter grow in their faith, get jobs, and become self-sufficient.
Seton Home
1115 Mission Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78210
210-533-3504
Long term emergency shelters for homeless single pregnant and parenting teen mothers with their babies.
Shared Housing
402 N. Good Latimer Expy.
Dallas, TX 75204
214-821-8510
Transitional long term emergency housing for homeless families victims of domestic violence.
Southside Community Center Homeless Shelter
518 S. Guadalupe St
San Marcos, TX 78666
512-392-6694
Opens nightly at 5 pm and closed during the day starting at 8 am
Breakfast and dinner served daily (You do not have to stay overnight to eat a meal at the shelter)
Shower and laundry facilities

We serve a healthy dinner every night to anybody needing a meal. Nobody under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be allowed on the premises, and we do not hesitate to ban anybody showing signs of extreme aggression or violent tendencies. No pets are allowed in the building. Those using any facilities at the shelter are required to obey the rules posted at the shelter.

Laundry and shower facilities are also available. There is a one load per night limit for our washers and dryers. Sign in when you arrive to use both facilities. Remember our facility closes during the day, so take your washing with you before you leave for the night.
Star of Hope - Women & Family Emergency Shelter
419 Dowling
Houston, TX 77003
713-222-2220
Transitional living center for women and families. Apartments for 66 families and apartments for 45 single women are available.

Services We Provide
    Comprehensive Needs Assessment
    Action Plan for Families and Singles
    Food, Clothing and Shelter
    Referrals for housing, social services, employment and job training
    Chapel Services and Bible Studies
    Motivational Classes
    House of Hope Daycare and After School Tutoring
    Activities for Children and Teens
    Computer Learning Center
    Playground
    Wellness Clinic
Tarrant County Samaritan House
929 Hemphill St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
817-332-6410
Transitional & Permanent Temporary & Long Term hosuing for persons w/ HIV/AIDS. Samaritan House provides permanent housing in 60 single-occupancy on-site units. Through our Genesis Program, we provid
ARM Ministries - Adult Rehab
1128 reverend CBT Smith
Dallas, TX 75203
214-943-5010
The recovery ministry includes narcotics anonymous and alcoholic anonymous (NA/AA) support meetings, biblical counseling, as well as group and individual sessions. The program is six months to one year with participants residing in houses on the campus of Golden Gate and includes a daily curriculum administered by the program director

Primary Care is a six-month comprehensive inpatient care program based on a Christ-Centered 12-Step Recovery curriculum. Primary Care incorporates intensive Bible Study, Job Readiness, Character Development and Life Management Skills components into its therapeutic recovery program. Outside activities are limited during the first four months of Primary Care treatment.

Aftercare is an optional six-month program offered to participants who have successfully completed Primary Care. Aftercare provides men with the opportunity to slowly transition back into their communities. While in Aftercare, participants continue to receive inpatient services as they seek and obtain employment and attend outside AA/NA meetings. In addition, Aftercare incorporates two additional components of Money Management and Social Skills Enrichment.
The Alcohol/Drug Abuse Women's Center
201 S. First Street
Galveston, TX 77550
409-763-5516
ADA Women's Center offers licensed residential substance abuse treatment for indigent women in Galveston and Brazoria Counties along coastal Texas.
The Bridge Emergency Youth Services
115 W. Broadway
Fort Worth, TX 76104
817-335-4673
Temporary emergency shelters for runaway or homeless youth of the age 10 - 17.
The Childrens Shelter
2939 W. Woodlawn Av.
San Antonio, TX 78228
210-212-2500
Temporary emergency shelter for children in the State of Texas. We specialize in care to infants and young children serving newborn up to the age of twelve years.
The Open Door Mission
5803 Harrisburg Blvd.
Houston, TX 77011
713-921-7520
A Christ-centered emergency relief and rehabilitation shelter dedicated to meeting the needs of men in our community who are homeless addicted destitute and disabled.

Open Door Mission's DoorWay Substance Abuse Recovery Program
To rescue men enslaved by substance abuse disorders, co-occurring illnesses, and homelessness, the Mission's 7- month residential DoorWay Recovery Program (DoorWay) provides services to heal body, mind and spirit. The goal is to assist each student in making a successful transition into stable recovery and a lifetime of self-sufficiency and independent living.
The DoorWay Program provides intensive and supportive treatment services and The Mayfield House provides transitional living aftercare treatment for up to an additional 6 months to employed graduates of the DoorWay Program. The Mission's Social Services Department caseworkers assist the students while in residence and post-graduation by reducing or totally resolving the issues that have been mounting over years of ignoring medical, dental, legal, past taxes, and child support. The DoorWay Program has 148 beds and the Mayfield House can accommodate 16 graduates.

Admission to DoorWay Recovery Center
Admissions Process
    Walk-ins only. Phone call not required but recommended before coming to the Mission (713-921-7520 ext.242). No one is accepted over the phone. In person interviews are required of everyone.
    Interview with a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
    Arrival time between 6 AM - 10 AM Monday-Thursday only
    No Admissions Friday-Sunday
    The Mission provides clothing and hygiene products
Eligibility Requirements
    Male
    Must be at least 18 years of age
    History of substance abuse
    Passing the intake assessment upon arrival
    Desire, willingness and attitude conducive to change
    Tobacco free, non-smoking campus. No tobacco of any kind, matches or lighters.
    Ability to prove identity
    Physically able to do on campus job assignments
    Minimum 30 day supply of prescribed medications
    Requirements are subject to change at any time.
Ineligible Applicants
    Active (untreated) communicable disease
    Unable to perform self-care
    Active felony warrants
    High-risk psychiatric medications, such as benzodiazepines or opioid maintenance.
    Serious psychiatric diagnosis
    Severe cognitive deficits/dementia
    Recent evidence of uncontrolled violent behavior
    Fugitive
    Registered sex offender
    Individuals previously restricted by Open Door Mission

NOTE: If the individual's condition upon arrival is not congruent with the information supplied, admission to the Open Door Mission will be refused.

The Refuge Corporation
811-A Martin Luther King Jr.
Copperas Cove, TX 76522
254-547-6753
Temporary emergency housing for homeless single women and children.
Turtle Creek Manor
2707 Routh Street
Dallas, TX 75201
214-522-7930
Temporary shelter for mentally handicapped and persons with HIV/AIDS.
U.S. Veterans Initiative Veterans Seeking Housing
4640 Main St. #213
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 797-2912
Veterans Seeking Housing Service.
Union Gospel Mission
3211 Irving Blvd
Dallas, TX 75247
214-637-6117
Provide overnight shelter, food, for up to 200 men. Clothing issued daily. Computer Training, employment assistance and skills training available. Rehabilitation programs for those addicted to alcohol and drugs. Hours: 7 days 24 hours.
Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County
1321 East Lancaster Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 339-2553
UGM-TC provides emergency services for the homeless living in Tarrant County. We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner every day for those in need. In addition, overnight shelter for men is available.

Meal Times for Outside Guests:
Breakfast: 7:00am
Lunch: 12:30pm
Dinner: 6:00pm

Guests line up to enter the building 45 minutes prior to meal times in order to enter the chapel. Meal times remain consistent throughout the year, except for certain holidays.

Overnight Shelter for Men:
Check in occurs at 7:00pm every day at the main entrance of the Men's Building located at 1331 E. Lancaster. An ID and proof of a TB test within the past year will be needed in order to spend the night. When temperatures are over 90 degrees or under 40, we accommodate as many people as possible and work with other shelters and agencies to find additional space. Men staying overnight can be shifted to the Resident Program should they choose and if space is available.

Mens Program:
The men's program serves men 18 years of age and older with a focus on intensive supportive services to address mental health, substance use, education, employment, transportation, and other needs to give men the greatest chance of developing the skills and self-confidence to attain self-sufficiency. The skill-building program provides them with the communication, relationship building, and social skills necessary to maintain stable employment.

Requirements for Admission to Mens Building:
    Male 18 years of age or older
    Capable of independent living throughout their stay
    Complete an admission application, including a complete and factual disclosure of mental and physical history. Failure to disclose this information will cause the application for admission to be denied.
    Have or obtain a legal state identification and Social Security card
    Provide a list of prescription medications to the case manager or facility manager. This list should be updated any time a new prescription is given after becoming a resident.
    Receive treatment for any communicable disease or condition (such as lice) which pertains to the applicant, before introduced into the communal environment.
    Have a current TB card issued by a local shelter or obtain a TB test at the next testing date.
To learn about our intake procedures & fees, please call: 817.332.3019
Upon entering the program, a professional social worker conducts a face-to-face comprehensive assessment with each client. Together, they identify the clients strengths and challenges while establishing a trusting and empowering relationship. This is done through a case management plan designed to address the physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs for each client.


Womens Program:
The women's programs serves women 18 years of age and older with a focus on helping women in crisis discover their new path for permanent change toward healing, empowerment, self-supportiveness and fulfillment of their God-given potential. Women are provided classes on domestic violence, personal empowerment, and budgeting and computer skills. Case managers are their advocates linking them to economic opportunities, strong social services and effective supportive services. Women receive direction on personal responsibility; self-management; goal-directed behavior; decision-making; and relationship skills.

Family Program:
Our families program serves mothers with children, fathers with children and intact families with children. The family program focuses on keeping families together and providing them with a safe, whole and supported environment. The onsite case managers encourage, educate and empower parents while helping them develop critical skills for a healthy strong family foundation. Life skills classes are provided including parenting classes, early childhood reading classes, cooking a healthy meal, more than budgets, personal social adjustment groups, grief and loss groups, and numerous other classes as needed.
United Pentacostal Campground
Hwy 59 South 75901
Lufkin, TX 75901
936-634-6013
Transitional temporary long term emergency housing for victims of domestic violence katrina evacuees.
Van Horn Community Christian Shelter
210 West Broadway
Van Horn, TX 79855
432-283-1631
We provide overnight stays, showers,breakfast and dinner to persons passing thru our area. We h no provisions for long term stays. We also have clothing available and will wash clothing of our guest if they need it. We have 10 bed men's dorm and 2 private rooms for women and children we have staff in residence 24/7. We operate solely on donation. The city of Van Horn and the County of Culberson. Walk-ins accepted, Call for information. No drinking, drugs or weapons. Bagage checked at door.
Visitation House
945 W. Huisache
San Antonio, TX 78201
210-735-6910
Transitional housing for single women with children under age 12. Education is free for the children to bring them up as useful citizens.
Women In Need Inc.
P.O. Box 349
Greenville, TX 75403
903-455-4612
Temporary long term emergency housing for homeless women and children who are victims of domestic violence. Other services include job training and placement domestic violence prevention counseling. *Address not posted by request of WIN. Call phone number for details.
Women's Shelter of East Texas Inc.
2723 Durst Street
Nacogdoches, TX 75964
936-569-1018
Supports women and children who are victims of domestic violence; Also offer food clothing transportation.
Youth Alternatives Inc.
3103 West Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78213
210-340-8077
Long Term shelter and councelling for children who runaway from their houses or are homeless.
Salvation Army\'s Sally\'s House
4721 W Waco Dr
Waco, TX 76710
254-756-7271
The Salvation Army’s Sally's House provides emergency shelter for women and women with children. They also provide case management. Sally's House is located at 4th and Clay in downtown Waco. Intake is conducted through the Social Services Department which we list above.
The Love House
PO Box 891153
Houston, TX 77289
832-607-1716
Shelter for ladies that are transition due to homeless or in need of a crisis intervention.
Wichita Falls Faith Mission
1300 Travis
Wichita Falls, TX 76307
940-723-5663
Hopmeless shelter for men, women and families. 12 step Christian recovery program 12 mos. feed 3 meals per day family assistance no chare for any services
Faith Refuge Shelter for Women and Children
710 E. Hatton Rd.
Wichita Falls, TX 76302
940-322-4673
Faith Refuge provides shelter for women and children experiencing homelessness and a one-year New Beginnings Recovery Program for women who are interested in overcoming addictions and inviting Christ to transform their lives.
Dame La Mano
1014 S, virginia st.
el paso , TX 79901
915-546-4040
H.O.W. Center
2509 Cable Ave.
Beaumont, TX 77703
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.
Twin City Mission, Inc.
2505 S. College
Bryan, TX 77801
(979) 822-7511
The original focus of Twin City Mission was to meet the needs of homeless individuals and families. Through that service, which began in 1963, other areas of need were recognized and new programs were developed to help meet those needs. After 40 years of providing a home for the homeless, being a friend to the friendless and giving hope to the hopeless, Twin City Mission remains the foundation of support for those in need. Whether it is shelter, meals, clothing, household items or whatever, Twin City Mission operates on the premise of not seeing through each other, but rather, seeing each other through.
Day Resource Center
1415 E. Lancaster
Fort Worth, TX
817-810-9797
Provides assistance with ID Scan cars, laundry, showers, phone, internet, mail and specific client services and referrals. Hours Mon - Saturday 7:30am to 4:30pm (closed 12 - 1pm), Sunday: 12:30pm - 4:
SafeHaven of Tarrant County - Victims and Their Children
1100 Hemphill Street, Suite 303
Fort Worth, TX 76104
877-701-7233
24 hour Domestic violence hotline for women and their children. SafeHaven operates the largest and most comprehensive domestic violence shelters in Tarrant County.

Services
EMERGENCY SHELTER
Provides 24-hour care to families fleeing life-threatening situations. Includes a secure living environment, legal services, professional counseling, transportation to and from work, on-site school and daycare, and medical and dental referrals.

24 HOUR HOTLINE
Provides counseling, information and referrals. Services are provided in English and Spanish and all calls are confidential and free of charge.

SAFE LIVING HOUSING
Gives clients skills and tools necessary to move from the shelter to independent living. The average stay ranges from 3 months to 2 years.

OUTREACH PROGRAMS
Include counseling and support groups for adults and children in English and Spanish, legal services, and collaboration with area police departments.

PREVENTION & EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Include programs about healthy relationships, safe dating, bullying, and other relevant topics for adults, children, teens and professionals. In 2016, SafeHaven educated over 30,000 students in Tarrant County school districts.

PARTNER ABUSE AND INTERVENTION PROGRAM
Helps abusive individuals identify belief systems that form the core of abusive behaviors. paip equips abusers with tools to help them recognize and avoid aggressive and violent behaviors in the future and teaches healthy replacement options.
The Salvation Army Fort Worth Shelter
1855 E. Lancaster
Fort Worth, TX 76103
817-344-1800
Day and Night Shelter. Prepared meals provided. Breakfast at 7:30am, Lunch at 12:30pm, and dinner at 5:30pm.
All Church Home For Children
1424 Summit Ave
Fort Worth, TX
817-335-4673
Emergency Youth Shelter. No ID/TB card required.
Turning Point Center
1701 Jacquelyn Drive
Houston, TX 77055
713-957-0099
The Turning Point Center offers food, shelter, and other rehabilitative services to meet the physical and emotional needs of a neglected segment of society: underprivileged individuals, aged 50 and o
Star of Hope Homeless Shelter
848 Loop Central Dr., Suite 500
Houston, TX 77081
(713) 748-0700
Houston Homeless Shelter. Gets great reviews.
Star of Hope is a Christ-centered community dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless men, women and their children. Positive life changes are encouraged through structured programs which focus on spiritual growth, education, employment, life management and recovery from substance abuse.

Provides a 295-bed shelter and meals. Motivational classes and area referrals are available to shelter residents for employment, social services, spiritual programs, alcohol and drug counseling, mental health counseling, and medical assistance services to aid their recovery from homelessness. Maximum stay is 30 days unless extension is granted.

Must be mobile and able to care for self; Married couples with children, women with children, men with children, and single women.

Complete list of services: Family Crisis Shelters, Homeless Shelter, Transitional Housing Shelter.
Sarah's House
2210 Wichita
Pasadena, TX 77502
713-475-1480
7 day ER Shelter, must be employed or seeking employment.
Good Shepherd Mission
1005 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd (Ave. F)
Huntsville, TX 77320
936-291-8156
The Good Shepherd Mission Provides food, clothing, and temporary shelter to indigent locals and transients.

Services include: Two hot meals daily, food bank, thrift store, human services, additionally offering limited prescription and travel-aid vouchers. Counseling and referral counseling is also provided.

The primary objective is to give those in need hope, meeting basic human needs, based upon New Testament teachings of Jesus Christ.This mission was founded by an ecumenical, interdenominational alliance of local ministers, in 1983. Local Church laity serve as Board Members. The individuals are elected by their church. The staff is less than 10, but uses over 20 volunteers.
Good Samaritan Rescue Mission
210 S. Alameda St.
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
361-883-6195
Good Samaritan Rescue Mission is a 203-bed homeless shelter. Faith based.

Also provides a food pantry, homeless drop in center and pet care, job placement help, thrift shop, transitional housing shelter.

Walk in's allowed. Contact for details or just walk in.

Good Samaritan Rescue Mission is the largest shelter for the homeless in this region of the state.

The shelter is open 24 hours a day, each and every day.
Emergency Solutions Transitional Living - Salvation Army
4601 King St
Greenville, TX 75401
903-455-1875
Men's Shelter, ages 18 plus, 90 day commitment, able to do gainful employment, save 25% of what you make, must have valid id and test negative for drug use. Nine bed facility, do your own cooking and responsible for your own food, meet with the caseworker once a week
Randy Sams' Outreach Shelter, Inc.
402 Oak Street
Texarkana, TX 75501
903-792-7024
The Randy Sams' Outreach Shelter is a 24 hour evening emergency shelter that accepts both men and women (no persons under the age of 18). There are 86 beds with restroom facilities, daily meals, and case management services. The length of stay is limited to 90 days. Rent and utility assistance may be available as funds are limited.

he RSOS is a 90-day shelter that provides basic essential activities of daily living such as meals, seperate sleeping areas for men and women, and bathrooms which include shower facilities for residential clients. Each day breakfast is served at 6:00am and dinner is served at 6:00pm. Clients are encouraged to have lunch across the street at the Friendship Center from 11:00am-1:00pm. Clients leave during the day at 8:00am and can return for check-in at 3:30pm. A complete list of rules will be reviewed during admission.
Soul's Harbor
13134 Nile Drive
Dallas, TX 75253
972-286-1940
Soul's Harbor offers a six month program that should provide, for the men, the basic tools that will help facilitate them to become reintegrated back into society. See our website for more information.
Haven For Hope
1 Haven for Hope Way
San Antonio, TX 78207
(210) 220-2100
Partnering with 78 governmental, non-profit and faith-based agencies, Haven for Hope seeks to transform the lives of the homeless by addressing the root causes of homelessness through education, job training and behavioral health services. While most “shelters” feed, clothe and shelter the homeless, Haven for Hope and its Partners will provide critical social services to help the homeless become self-sufficient individuals on a long-term basis.
Highway 80 Rescue Mission
3117 Marshall Ave
Longview, TX 75606
(903) 759-8101
Hiway 80 Rescue Mission provides services that make a real difference in the lives of men, women and children in our community who are in need of help.
Some need just a hand up, while others require more intensive, long-term assistance. The Mission is here to meet all their needs, both physical and spiritual, and to utilize the services of other community agencies as needed.
We provide the following services to all at Hiway 80 Rescue Mission:
Food (3 times a day, 365 days a year)
Clothing room
Prescription assistance
Chapel services (365 days a year)
Tutoring
Shelter
Medical clinic
Laundry services
Computer lab
Spiritual counseling
Showers and personal care items
Beds

Hiway 80 Rescue Mission is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and continues to provide emergency shelter for men, women and families who are homeless and in need of help. We do not receive any federal, government, or United Way funds. Hiway 80 Rescue Mission is a faith -based ministry and is funded through the generous contributions from individuals, local churches, businesses and corporations, and the community at large.
The Sheepfold Texas
P.O. Box 154137
Lufkin, TX 75915
(936) 465-4311
We are the only long term Women and Children's shelter in a 14 county area. We teach the broke spirit how to heal, educate the mind for employment and unconditionally love the individual person through Christ centered mentoring and daily care.
Family Promise of Bell County
1018 East Ave A
Temple , TX 76501
2547739980
FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN ONLY. Eligibility is based upon availability of space, criminal history background check and drug & alcohol screening. The intake interview helps determine the applicant's desire to change their circumstances, their work skills, obtain job training and eligibility for affordable housing. The families stay at the day center during the day where they cook breakfast, pack lunches or prepare lunch for their family. The day center provides a permanent address and phone number as they seek employment. School-age children attend school and infants/ toddlers are enrolled in childcare.
GODTEL Ministries
1607 South Washington Avenue
Livingston, TX 77351
Christian non-for profit shelter. 100 bed facility 50% women 50% men, separate housing for both. Children allowed but must be with parent at all times.

Temporary housing, clothing and meals for residents. Clothing for non-residents on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00am-11:30am

Services provided at this location: Homeless drop in center and homeless shelter.

Hours:Main Office Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:30pm Shelter open 6:00am-10:00pm
Hope Alliance Women's Shelter
1011 Gattis School Rd #106
Round Rock, TX 78664
512-255-1212
Hope Alliance operates under the belief that physical, sexual, emotional and psychological abuse of one human being by another is unacceptable. We believe that all abuse diminishes or prohibits the full expression of life and growth that is every person's right.

Our primary objectives are to:
- Advocate for the creation of an environment where violence and abuse are not tolerated in the community.
- Provide education, violence prevention services and crisis intervention to victims of family and sexual violence.
- Seek the support and resources necessary to achieve the agency mission.
Eden Outreach, Inc.
3110 Metropolitan Ave
Dallas, TX 75215
(214) 421-5894
Eden Outreach, Inc. is a nonprofit organization committed to the rehabilitation and transformation of formerly incarcerated and homeless men and women with drug/alcohol addictions, providing a positive, drug-free, safe, and structured environment with guidance that integrates their physical, spiritual, and emotional lives, giving training that brings about character change and total restoration from addictive behaviors.

We prepare individuals for success in life by providing transitional housing, mentoring, job/life skills training, education, and career training to become independent and productive adults. A majority of this population ends up homeless or in prison if not redirected.

Eden Outreach, Inc. (formerly MetroHaven of Love, Inc. founded in 1999) provides a positive environment for rehabilitation and restoration from alcohol and drug addiction in a drug-free, safe, and structured living environment with supportive recovery services. We prepare men and women for success in life by providing transitional housing, mentoring, life skills training, and job opportunities to become independent and productive individuals for a successful integration into the community.
North Texas Youth Connection
1602 E Lamar St
Sherman, TX 75091
903-893-4717
North Texas Youth Connection provides emergency shelter and safety to homeless and otherwise disenfranchised youth ages 11-17. We provide emergency shelter for over 100 young people each year, as well as transitional living arrangements for youth ages 16-17.

24-hour Crisis Hotline 1-800-568-7776.
AIDS Housing Coalition Houston-AHCH-inc.
c/o West Heights House Shelter @ 502 W. 24th
Houston, TX 77008
713-864-1795
Guest household for males with HIV, AIDS or Cancer,etc. People who are classified as disabled and are low income. West Heights House can serve a guest 30, 60 or 90 days. Shared kitchen and bath-private bedroom. This is a fee based program - with no deposit required. No alcohol or illegal drugs permitted. These are not apartments just private bedrooms. Limited food pantry and free HIV mentor-ship provided.
Roz House Transitional Housing For Women
11901 Meadow Pass Drive
Houston, TX 77076
(281) 405-0096
Our mission is to create a haven for women by being a place of healing and encouragement. We will be the rebirth point for their personal growth, spiritual support, economic literacy, life skills and employment resources. Transitional housing.

The Roz House provides 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms that accommodate 8 women. The bedrooms are grouped around a common living area, kitchen, and private counseling area. There is an acitivity center which includes laundry facilities, computer lab, resource center and Salon on the Go. Roz House will provide 24 hour staff supervision with 6am to 6pm group services.
Curfew will begin at 10pm. We are centrally located with convenient access to bus lines and shopping centers. Roz House will also has activies such as volunteer hosted meals, group sessions, recreational activities and life skill workshops.
Emmanuel Lighthouse Mission
408 E. 24th Street
College Station, TX 77803
(979) 822-0441
Transitional Shelter for homeless women. Faith-based program for rebuilding lives. Any woman wishing to apply may call office for more information.
Salvation Army Center of Hope
1717 Congress
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 223-8889
Open 24hrs. Center for single men without kids, looking to resolve their homelessness with the tools we help provide them with.

The Center of Hope, formally Sallys House, is designed to provide food and emergency or transitional housing to people in need.
Salvation Army of Tyler Texas
633 North Broadway Avenue
Tyler, TX 75702
903-592-4361
The Salvation Army in Tyler is the only residential shelter in the area that serves both men, women, and children; we also operate both an emergency shelter and a transitional living shelter and programs. All residents of either program are able to receive hot meals to feed their bellies, to wash their clothes for safety and health, to sleep soundly in safety, and to receive counseling and spiritual guidance.

Emergency Housing
Emergency housing is available for those who wish to only stay 1-5 nights in our shelter. Those who are passing through town, those who have temporary housing problems due to a disaster, and those who prefer to be homeless but are forced indoors by heat, cold, or bad weather seek refuge in our shelter. These residents are not required to participate in a work program or enter our transitional shelter. They are however, encouraged to consider if they would like to be a part of our larger community while developing their own self-sufficiency abilities.

Transitional Housing
Individuals and families that find themselves homeless but are eager to find their way again enter our transitional housing program, which includes a work component. The H.E.L.P. (Holistic Employment and Life-skills Placement) Program, a 90-120 day work program, empowers our residents. Counseling services, transportation, recreational activities, spiritual guidance, hot meals, clean clothes, and more await those who enter into this program to build their life back, one block at a time. Obtaining and maintaining employment, building savings, receiving physical and mental health services, and more are the services provided and steps taken to provide these residents a hand up and not a hand out.
DAME LA MANO Family Crisis Center
2900 Rosa Ave
El Paso, TX 79905
915-603-4865
New family center in El Paso Texas the only shelter in the city currently accepting families as a whole.

The shelter, at 2900 Rosa Ave., houses 12 families in nine rooms. Two families can share a room if more space is needed. A total of 55 people live at the shelter.
WOODSWAY
1158 CR 3206 WEST
MOUNT ENTERPRISE, TX 75681
936-569-4257
CAN HELP PROVIDE SHELTER & MEALS FOR THOSE IN NEED. THIS IS A YOUTH HELP PROGRAM FOR AGES 12-20. THIS IS A CHRISTIAN FACILITY.
Family Promise of Lubbock
1319 15th St
Lubbock, TX 79408
806-744-5035
Family Promise of Lubbock offers temporary shelter and support to homeless families with children. Our guests are committed to seeking employment and saving their income to achieve sustainable housing. Family Promise provides shelter through an Interfaith Hospitality Network.

Family Promise of Lubbock's mission is to provide homeless families with children the tools necessary to achieve long term financial, parental and personal self-sufficiency through a comprehensive program of temporary housing, case management and supportive services.
CLOSED: Liberty Lighthouse, Inc.
P. O. Box 1923
Springtown, TX 76082
817-523-0222
Shelter had to close end of 2013:
Liberty Lighthouse, Inc. offers shelter to women of all ages and those with children whose lives have been devastated by circumstances causing homelessness through abuse, abandonment, poverty or any life altering situation. While in the shelter, residents participate in a 12-month program focusing on education, counseling and mentoring with the goal of becoming self-sufficient.
The Salvation Army Center of Hope
601 51st St
Galveston, TX 77550
409-763-1691
The shelter serves men, women and families. There are a limited number of first-come, first-served beds that people can line up for beginning at 3:00pm.

Reserved beds are available for people working with case management.

Check-in for all is between  4:30pm and 6:00pm.

A community meal is served at 5:00 for anyone who is hungry and can get there. A hot breakfast is provided for those who stay in the shelter overnight.
The Salvation Army Corpus Christi Shelter
513 Josephine Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
(361) 888-6174
The Salvation Army Corpus Christi provides shelter and service. Services include:
Family Shelter - Homeless Services, Homeless Shelter for Families with Children, Homeless Shelter for Females.
Hours: Monday - Sunday 4:30pm - 9pm.


Social Services: Clothing, Clothing Vouchers, Food Pantry.

Project Bridge Transitional Housing.

Homeless Shelter for Veterans.
Magnificat Houses
3300 Caroline St.
Houston, TX 77004
713-520-0461
We have houses for men, women and houses targeted to those with special needs.

All are safe, secure, and supervised 24/7.

All provide:
Nutritious home-cooked meals every day
Basic laundry services
Bed linens, towels

All offer time to adjust to new circumstances, and the opportunity to grow with their community.

What to Expect
First, we help you get your identity established. Then we provide counseling to help you plan a promising future. We often help with GED completion and job searches. When ready, you may qualify for specific skills training at our Moran Center.

Of course, you will bring gifts of your own to share with the community: your experiences, your skills, your ideas, your willingness to help others like yourself. You will do your fair share to keep your home running smoothly.

Some residents stay until their immediate problems lift. Others find meaningful work within the community and stay with us, sometimes, for years, as family.
Martin Luther King Center
603 South 6th Street
Conroe, TX 77301
936-788-2468
The Martin Luther King Center provides food, shelter to homeless women and children, refuge for battered women, referrals for drug-addicted youth, and educational trips for children from low-income families.

This is a free service for low income families

Call for intake.

Office hours: Mon - Fri 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Complete list of services provided at the Martin Luther King Center: Domestic Violence Shelters, Food Pantries, Homeless Shelter for Single Parent Families Headed by Mothers, Specialized Information and Referral for Youth and Substance Abusers, Youth Enrichment Programs
Family Promise of Lake Houston
111 South Avenue G
Humble, TX 77338
281-441-3754
 Family Promise of Lake Houston will provide a caring and positive environment for homeless children and their families while they design and execute a plan to break the cycle of homelessness in their lives. While utilizing the energy of over 2,800 community volunteers, together we are dedicated to serve families who seek to be accountable, resilient, and strive for a better tomorrow for their families.
 
We serve low-income families that become homeless due to an unfortunate circumstance, such as a fire, flood, the death of a spouse, loss of a job, an eviction, or a foreclosure of a home. Our families include infants, children, teenagers, and couples. Single men and anyone with serious psychiatric problems or those with current drug or alcohol addiction problems are not appropriate; however, we work closely with other shelters in the area to ensure that those we are unable to serve find shelter elsewhere.

Families wishing to participate in our program are encouraged to contact the Day Center Monday through Friday at 281-441-3754 to make an appointment for an intake interview. Our families agree to participate fully in a self-sufficiency program and adhere to all of our program guidelines and rules during their stay in the Network. Family Promise of Lake Houston is a sober program, and requires all participants to agree to random drug testing as a condition of acceptance into FPLH.
 
We accept referrals from all organizations and locally we work in partnership with HAAM, Family Time, 211 Texas as well as the Humble ISD advocates.
 
Life Skills Center
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Intake interview appointments: 281-441-3754
 
FPLH requires that families save 80% of their income while in our shelter. Without food and housing expenses our families are able to develop a reserve. This income base allows each family to take the necessary steps toward independence and a better life for themselves and their loved ones. The savings help with apartment escrow and home down payments.
 
Family Promise operates at less than 1/3 the average cost of most shelters, and does not accept State or Federal funding to provide any service to our families or community.
Doris and Carlos Morris Mens Development Center
1811 Ruiz
Houston, TX 07705
(713) 227-8900
Provides a walk-in day shelter and overnight shelter for homeless, transient men as well as a six-month program for men committed to changing their lives through spiritual and educational counseling. Serves three meals daily: 7:15am breakfast, 12:35pm lunch, and 5:30pm dinner. Emergency food (sack lunch) is available for those seeking to re-enter the workforce. Clothing is furnished in conjunction with showers at 9:30am and 8:30pm (for those spending the night). Shelter is provided overnight with the facility doors closing at 7:30pm.

Intake procedure: Walk-ins accepted; Call for application

Services We Provide
    Shelter
    Food
    Clothing
    Showers and Hygiene Products
    Prayer and Counseling
    Dunn Wellness Clinic
    Referrals to Social Services
    Looper Career Education and Development Center
    Computer Learning Center
    Van Outreach
    Christian Library
    Chapel Services
Corpus Christi Metro Ministries House For Women and Children
1919 Leopard Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78408
(361) 887-0151
Rainbow house for women.
Transitional, supportive housing and emergency shelter for women and children, and access to free counseling and child care.

Full list of service provided: Homeless Services, Homeless Shelter for Females and Children, Transitional Housing and Shelter for Females and Children.

Rainbow House provides emergency shelter and transitional housing for homeless women and homeless women with children. The emergency housing program offers shelter and evaluates participants for the transitional housing program. The transitional program provides a structured, case-managed environment for these women and families to work toward greater self-sufficiency and independent living. When they are ready for independent living, case managers assist with housing searches and follow-up with them for a minimum of six months to assure that they can sustain independent living.
Christus Our Daily Bread Shelter and Services
2420 Winnie
Galveston, TX 77550
409-765-6972
Christus Our Daily Bread provides services for the homeless. Services include a day shelter, meals, clothing, first aid and hygiene items, along with licensed counselors to provide assessment, counseling, education, and referrals for addiction and mental illness recovery, and other issues.
Intake: Walk-ins accepted; Referral from other service agencies
This is a free service.
Eligibility: Homeless
Hours: Mon - Fri 8:15am - 4:00pm
Services: Homeless Drop In Center, Homeless Shelter
Live Oak Outreach
3.5 Miles North of US 281
George West, TX 78022
(361) 449-1860
Live Oak Outreach provides: Clothing, Food Pantries, General Clothing Provisions, General Furniture Provisions, Homeless Services, Homeless Shelter.

Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 1:00 - 4:00pm
Bethany House Transitional Housing For Families
815 Hidalgo St
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 717-0882
Bethany House is operated by the Homeless Coalition it provides twenty beds for males, eight beds for females and two efficiency units for homeless families. If needed, the Resource Center can converted into an efficiency unit at night. The term of stay is 15 days of every 30 days, except for families who might need more time to stabilize their lives.

Eligibility: Homeless families and individuals needing a place to stay temporarily due to hardship situations.

Hours: Mon - Sun 6:00pm - 7:00am; Registration 6:00pm - 8:30pm



EMERGENCY SHELTER
The emergency shelters provide short term housing to men and women that need a place to stay, shower and store their personal belongings. Terms of stay are generally 30 days after they undergo an intake process.
The Lamar Bruni Vergara Emergency Shelter has capacity for 10 women, while the Barbara A. Kazen Center for Hope has 28 beds for men.
In 2013, shelter was provided to 2,392 clients (43,056 beds were occupied).
During extreme weather conditions, where demand for emergency shelter is higher, our resource center and other available rooms are temporarily conditioned for this purpose.


Catholic Worker House Day Shelter
626 Nolan St
San Antonio, TX 78202
(210) 224-7736
We are a day shelter our Hours are Mondays thru Thursdays from 7:00am to 7:00pm and Fridays from 8:00am to 12:30pm and supper is a bag lunch (at 5:30pm) We are not open on weekends ...,
We provide breakfast; coffee and pastry, hot meal at lunch (for our Lunch Bunch Members) and a supper truck that comes Mondays thru Thursdays between 5:00pm and 6:00pm, you don't need your Catholic Worker Lunch Bunch Membership card for the supper truck out in the back yard.

You can become a member by being here at Catholic Worker House  on Tuesdays at 11.00 am Sharp, no late comers, it is a 25 minute orientation, and it costs $1 dollar, but if you don't have a dollar she will provide you with one to use for sign up......
 
We also have mail services, laundry (single load), internet (for people with computers, or tablets or phones... and phone service  (local and long distance), and hygiene supplies as well..
Nathaniel's Home Jasper
457 West Houston
Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-484
Maternity residence for young women (no children) who have nowhere else to go during pregnancy. Homeless Shelter for Pregnant Women, Maternity Homes
Salvation Army Family Shelter W. Elmira
519 W Elmira St
San Antonio, TX 78212
(210) 352-2000
Provides emergency shelter for women and single parents with children and intact families. Provides intake assessment, daily case management, parenting and life skills, and a clean facility with launderette. Shelter for 10 days, 3 meals a day.

Eligibility: Must be 18 years of age or older.

Fees: No fees.

Intake Process: 3:00 on weekdays; anytime on weekends; fill out intake card.
Strong Foundation Emergency and Transitional Housing
414 N. Hackberry
San Antonio, TX 78202
(210) 641-4357
Offers emergency and transitional housing for families with children. Beds for single women also available.

Must be homeless; families with children; zero tolerance for alcohol and drugs

Fees: Call for information

Intake Process: Call for information and appointment.

STRONG FOUNDATION MINISTRIES is not an emergency shelter. We are a Christian Ministry that houses families with children, single mothers, and single women who are serious about getting their life back on track. We teach our residents: how to grow their Spiritual life, teach them life skills, offer Pastoral counseling, provide a weekly "Celebrate Recovery," help our residents get a job. We have a zero-tolerance policy regarding drugs, alcohol, and violence.
The Salvation Army Laredo Men's Shelter
408 Matamoros St
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 723-2349
Provides shelter for men only. Accommodates for the night only not an all day shelter. Showers are made available to those who will be staying the night. Lodge registration starts at 6:00pm lights out by 10:00pm.

Walk-Ins Accepted (without prior phone call), call for information

Hours: Daily 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Other Services provided at the Laredo Salvation Army:
The Salvation Army Soup Kitchen
The Salvation Army Christmas Assistance
The Salvation Army Family Emergency Service
The Salvation Army Disaster Service and Emergency Services
The Salvation Army Summer Camp
The Salvation Army San Antonio Nolan St
226 Nolan Street
San Antonio, TX 78202
(210) 226-2291
Service Description: Provides emergency shelter to homeless men. Meals are provided with a clean bed. Sheets and towels are provided as well. Caseworker services available.

Eligibility: Males age 18 or older; two forms of ID, picture ID and Social Security card; smoke free, alcohol free, and drug free facility.

Fees: 3 free nights for homeless lodging; after 3 free nights, $10 fee per night.

Intake Process: Intake done at front desk registration; all clients will be breathylyzed.

Service Hours: 7:30 - 5:00 weekdays; shelter always available
The Salvation Army of Kerrville Shelter
855 Hays Street
Kerrville, TX 78028
(830) 257-3620
Provides emergency shelter for men, women and families.

Eligibility: Must show photo I.D.; no unaccompanied minors allowed in shelter.

Intake Process: Intake interview
Salvation Army of Grayson County Texas
5700 Texoma Pkwy
Sherman, TX 75090
903-868-9602
Provides emergency assistance for food, clothing, emergency shelter, pastoral counseling and prescriptions, when funding warrents. Emergency shelter for men, women, and families. Persons must call before coming to shelter if possible. Seasonal programs include Summer Camps for children and adults and Christmas assistance for food and gifts. To recieve school supplies applicants must come in to fill out applications and bring birth certificates or other identification showing the childs age.

During extremely hot weather the facility operates as a Cooling Center.

Eligibility: Emergency shelter for three day intervals; all populations 18 and over; must leave facility during the daytime hours.

Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - Noon; 1:00pm - 4:00.

Intake procedure: Call for appointment for utility requests, Call or walk-ins accepted.

Site hours: Social Service office is open Mon - Fri 9:00am - Noon; 1:00pm - 4:00pm. Shelter opens every night at 5:00pm.
Option House Youth Emergency Shelter
204 N East St
Belton, TX 76513
800-421-8336
Provides a licensed Emergency Shelter and Assessment Center available to any child 3 - 17 years old. Services include immediate protection, food, shelter, and clothing; counseling and independent living skills; school-based education; access to transitional living. Every effort is made to return child to stable family whenever possible.
Not Without Us - Homeless and Low Income Rent Assistance
3305 N 3rd St, suite 320
Abilene, TX 79603
325-672-5460
Assists homeless and low-income individuals and families in obtaining rental assistance and housing through knowledge of community resources and networking with local housing providers.

Hours of operation: Mon - Thur 8:00 am - 6:30 pm.
Love and Care Ministries Homeless Assistance
233 Fannin St
Abilene, TX 79603
325-670-0246
Provides showers, change of clothes, hygiene kit, food, and shelter (only open during freezing weather conditions during the winter).

Hours of Operation: Mon, Tues, Thur 9:00 am - 11:30 am, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm; Wed 9:00 am - 11:30 am.
Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing (HPRP) Abilene
1726 Butternut St
Abilene, TX 79602
(325) 677-1408
The Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing program is affiliated with the Salvation Army.

Assists individuals impacted/affected by the status of the American economy and are homeless or at risk for homelessness. Program participants will be eligible to receive financial assistance with rent, security deposits, utility deposits, utility payments and hotel/motel vouchers when appropriate emergency shelters are not available.

Applications can be picked up Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 5:00 pm; once all required document and application are in hand walk-ins will be accepted Mon - Fri 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.

Other Services Provided at this location:
Electric Service Payment Assistance
Gas Service Payment Assistance
Heating Fuel Payment Assistance
Homeless Shelter
Housing Search Assistance
Mortgage Payment Assistance
Moving Expense Assistance
Relocation Services
Rental Deposit Assistance
Rent Payment Assistance
Utility Deposit Assistance
Water Service Payment Assistance
City Light Ministries Homeless Showers and Laundry Assistance
336 Hickory St
Abilene, TX 79601
325-673-6686
Provides a homeless shower and laundry assistance.

City Light Community Ministries works to minister to the disadvantaged in our community. Through our hot meal program that operates three days a week (11:30-12:20 M/W/F), personal assistance, and spiritual counseling, City Light strives to provide a safe place for those in need. Besides the benevolence work, City Light also has several programs designed to help with spiritual growth as well. Big A for grades 1-5, Rockin Moms provides help for single mothers and their children, and there is also a Sunday morning breakfast and worship service.

Provides financial assistance for eligible residents with local bus passes, gasoline, prescriptions, identification cards, utilities, and rent when resources are available. Also provides meals, showers, and laundry assistance.
Harmony Family Services Emergency Shelter For Children
305 Grape St
Abilene, TX 79601
325-672-4278
Provides runaway homeless shelter and emergency shelter for abused, neglected children. Walk-ins accepted, referrals from Child Protective Services and local professionals working with children and youth
180 House Transitional Housing
2102 Amy Lynn Ave
Abilene, TX 79603
325-673-0180
The 180 House is a transitional living facility focused on rehabilitation from drugs and alcohol. They will also house homeless vets as well as help make referrals out to other agencies.

Rooms are furnished with beds, closets, and private bathrooms.

There is a small fee. Contact for details.
Save Our Streets Ministries For Men
1700 Groesbeck
Bryan, TX 77803
979-775-5357
Residential facility for men, offering Bible study, emotional, spiritual, and rehabilitation. Call for appointment, Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Bridge Shelter
410 South Randolph Avenue
Bryan, TX 77803
www.twincitymission.org
The Bridge is considered a working shelter. Residents are required to work their fair share of 30 hours a week or pay $45 a week if client is employed; families with young children are exempt from this requirement.

Intake procedure: Arrive at the shelter; complete required intake packet.

Provides residential care for men, women, and families who are currently homeless. Services include emergency shelter, case management, and assistance with crisis needs and referrals. Provides clothing, personal care, and hygiene items to residents in addition to support and services to help preserve the family unit. Hot meals are served seven days a week at the shelter.

Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

The shelter's services currently include emergency shelter for men,women and families, case management and referrals. The Bridge provides clothing, hot nutritious meals, personal care and hygiene items and assistance with crisis needs.

Support services are also provided by The Bridge. Various community organizations provide seasonal activities for clients. The Bridge also offers intensive case management, a volunteer program and community awareness activities.
Emmanuel Lighthouse Mission Bryan Transitional Housing Women
408 East 24th Street
Bryan, TX 77803
979-822-0441
Emmanuel Lighthouse Mission (ELM) provides transitional housing for homeless women. An interview process is required. Call to set up an interview.
Family Promise of Bryan Family Housing
1806 Wilde Oak Circle
Bryan, TX 77802
(979) 268-4309
Family Promise accepts families with children who are living on the street, in a shelter, tent, shed, or living double/triple with other families. The program provides overnight shelter, three meals per day, transportation to night shelter and to day center, and case management services. Families are assisted with goals to gain employment and permanent housing.
Salvation Army Waco Emergency Shelter Transient Lodge
4721 W Waco Dr
Waco, TX 76710
254-753-2648
Overnight shelter provided for men. Also, 2br/ meals per day through on-site feeding and clothing everybr/ 30 days provided. Showers are available daily.

Eligibility: Low income or crisis situation, 1 night per month for local residents except during cold or bad weather or through special arrangements with a caseworker; 3 nights per year if transient. ID is required for lodging or police clearance.

Hours: Mon - Sun 7:00pm - 7:00am.
Family Promise of Odessa
1354 East 6th Street
Odessa, TX 79761
(432) 934-6693
Family Promise of Odessa, Inc exists to enable transitional families with children to achieve lasting self-sufficiency by providing temporary shelter, meals and access to existing community social services.

Family Promise has 5 components that work together to provide services to homeless families. The shelter is open from 5:30pm to 7:00pm different sites location. The agency help families find housing and jobs and to secure entitlements.

Eligibility: No current substance abuse, no handicap, must pass criminal background, required to have children.

Intake Procedure: Appointment Required.
Family Promise of Midland
3500 North A, Suite 1400
Midland, TX 79705
(432)218-7630
Family Promise of Midland, TX serves FAMILIES experiencing the crisis of homelessness.

Qualifications:
In order to qualify, the family must be homeless and have at least one child under the age of 18 years in their care. We accept single moms, single dads, and two parent families.
This is NOT a hand-out program; it's a hand-up.
Families MUST be willing to be dedicated to helping themselves achieve greater independence and self-sufficiency. Free childcare is provided, so parents can work full-time, go to school full-time, or a combination thereof. All families work with a case manger on weekly goals. Families must be willing to follow rules and get along with other families. Background checks and drug screenings are conducted on all families.

Office Hours:
Please call us for more information or check out our website. Office hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Faith Mission
1300 Travis
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
(940)723-5663
Agency provides temporary shelter, three hot meals a day, church service, clothing pantry twice a week, rent bill assistance, information and referral, day labor program, rehabilitation program, and interpretation services for the deaf.

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm

Intake Procedure: Must call and leave name and number on the casworker's community assistance line for rental assistance.

Documents Required: Proof of income, Social Security card for everybody that lives in the home, Photo ID, for rent assistance you need a landlord verification form.
Daniel's Den Ministries - Emergency Homelessness Response Services
507 W. Jefferson
Waxahachie, TX 75165
(972)938-0103
Daniel's Den
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE/EMERGENCY SHELTER

No "walk-ins".  Assistance is available 24/7 to anyone regardless of gender, residency or situation when referred by the local law enforcement agencies or hospitals.?
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The needs of the client are reviewed for referral to the appropriate agency which can help them be restored to a productive life.

Transportation assistance is available if we are unable to provide long-term services for them in Ellis County. Transportation assistance includes agency transport, long distance bus tickets, gasoline so they can get to other facilities and/or family and friends.

Emergency shelter assistance includes a meal, bath, toiletries, clothing, and a warm bed.  Due to limited overnight staff and volunteers, emergency shelter is available only if there are no other options at the time.
Samaritan House
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

Application approval is required.  Please call for an appointment.
Housing is subject to space availability.  

Transitional housing program provides housing for single women, women with children and legally married couples who are residents of Ellis County.  Residents are provided with personalized case management services for an average of six months.  Other services include job search assistance, clothing, transportation, childcare, general health exam and financial stability training.  All residents are required to attend a local church of their choice. 
Corpus Christi Hope House
658 Robinson
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
866-852-2276
Provides housing for pregnant women and their dependent children.

Hope House assists pregnant women including minors, single women who are not pregnant, their dependent children and newborn babies when in need. We are a welcome refuge for women who have no other place to go because of domestic violence, homelessness, addiction or being left completely abandoned and alone. We provide shelter and assistance to mothers and their children regardless of race, age, ethnicity, religion or disability. Our shelter gives these women the opportunity to accept responsibility, to care for their children, further their education, obtain employment, permanent housing and become productive, self-sufficient members of our community with the support of our staff and volunteers.
Dallas 24 Hour Club
4636 Ross Avenue
Dallas, TX 75204
(214)823-3200
Temporary housing only for alcoholics who are sober. Provide low cost, $8.00 a day, housing for those wishing to restart their lives again free from alcohol and drugs.- 12 step residential program- 12 month maximum stay allowed- fed only one meal a day. Must be sober, not receiving government assistance such as SSI or disability and must be able to work.
Community Mission of Colorado City
301 E 3rd St
Colorado City, TX 79512
325-728-5067
Provides temporary lodging at local motel for transients, persons released from jail, or exceptional county resident need. Usually provide assistance for 2 nights depending on individual situation.

Hours: Mon - Thur 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.
Casa Vides
325 Leon Street
El Paso, TX 79901
(915)544-1661
Annunciation House is a place where the poor, undocumented, and the homeless receive care and hospitality for a given period of time. Time of services based on individual/family need.

Eligibility: Individuals who are poor, homeless, refugee's, and undocumented who need help.
El Paso Housing Authority HACEP Shelter Program
5300 Paisano
El Paso, TX 79905
(915)849-3742
Shelter Plus Care Program will help homeless veterans receive housing and supportive services through the collaboration with El Paso Veterans Affairs Healthcare Services and Integrity Asset Management. HUD-VASH program.As of 16NOV09, 40 housing slots vouchers available for homeless veterans.

For Homeless Civilians
The final sub-category of public housing is the Shelter Plus Care Program.  This is a transformative, grant-funded initiative to assist chronically homeless disabled individuals.  HACEP provides 22 units to the residents of Siesta Gardens in the Northeast.  Meanwhile, a partnership with Emergence Health Network provides important onsite counseling and rehabilitative care to the residents.
These are but a few of the many programs HACEP offers to the residents of the City of El Paso. If you need any additional information that is not listed on our website, feel free to contact our customer service department at (915) 849-3742.
Galveston Island Family Crisis Center
2127 Avenue M
Galveston, TX 77550
(409)621-1228
Provides emergency shelter for homeless parents, their children and older homeless youth.

Eligibility: Homeless parents with children, Homeless youth ages 18-21
Genesis Center Battered Women's Shelter
2675 North State Highway 34
Kaufman, TX 75142
(972)932-4351
Genesis Center Battered Women's Shelter provides shelter, food, clothing and life skills for women and children who are victims of domestic violence, alcohol and drug abuse, probation or general homelessness.

Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm.
Graham Area Crisis Center For Battered Women
503 Second Street
Graham, TX 76450
(940)549-6002
Provides emergency shelter for battered women and their children and others when space is available.
Hope Haven Home - Hiway 80 Rescue Mission For Women
3004 West Marshall
Longview, TX 75604
(903)234-2583
Provides a residential discipleship/recovery program for women, providing computer skills, resume writing, job placement, and provides shelter for homeless women and children.
House of Hope For Women
3011 West Marshall
Longview, TX 75604
(903)295-0904
Emergency shelter for homeless women. Walk-ins accepted.
Jesus House of Odessa
1335 East 6th Street
Odessa, TX 79761
(432)272-3362
Jesus House currently can house men only. Jesus House offers to those in showers, laundry, meals. structure and classes to help them better their life.Soup Kitchen- serves a home cooked meal 7 days a week. Breakfast Sun 9:00am-9:30am, M-F 6am, Lunch Sun 12:30pm, M- Thurs- Noon, Sat Noon- No Friday lunch.Alta's House- A 90 day home for legally married couples with children, live for free and accumulate a saving account until 90 days or they find their own place.

Eligibility: Pass a drug test or able to pass one with in a week, Men only ages 18 years and up.

Hours: Mon-Thurs 7:00am-1:00pm, Sat 9:00am-Noon
La Dominion Apartments For The Homeless
3605 E. Forrest #G
Victoria, TX 77901
(361)572-4566
5 units for homeless persons with letter of recommendation from an agency or church and complete application.

Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm
La Posada Providencia
1610 Marydale Road
San Benito, TX 78586
(956)399-3826
Temporary residence, shelter for refugees, immigrants with immigration documents and are in the legal process.

Eligibility: Documented refugees only, Homeless men, women and children with no or minimal income who have fled to the U.S. from countries with oppressive regimes, famine, or natural disaster and are in the legal process of seeking asylum or other permanent residency.

Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm.
Lazarus Recovery Project for Single Women
531 Atlanta
Port Arthur, TX 77640
(409)982-9975
The Women's Shelter provides emergency and transitional housing opportunities for up to 13 single women.
McAllen Victory Ministries Alcohol and Drug Rehab
1901 Cedar
Pharr, TX 78501
(956)702-2781
Christian drug rehab center for men.
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Rehabilitation, Residential program provides a temporary shelter for homeless males with drug, alcohol, and gang related problems.

Eligibility: Males with drug, alcohol and gang related problems.

Fees: None

Intake Procedure: Walk-ins accepted or call for more information.
Mission Messaih for Women and Children
1213 West 2nd Street
Odessa, TX 79763
(432)580-5222
Mission Messaih offers a twelve month Christian oriented program for women and their children who are in need of shelter and serious about change.

Eligibility: Women and their children.
My Brother\'s Keeper Homeless Emergency Shelter
1226 Washington Ave
Waco, TX 76701
254-296-9866
Emergency shelter for men or women (18 years or older).
Intake Procedure: Go to the Meyer Center at 1226 Washington
Ave. Mon-Thurs 10:00am - 1:00pm Fri 8:00am - 11:30am
Sat 6:00am - 10:00am

My Brother’s Keeper chronic homeless shelter operated by Mission Waco is located at 1217 Mary Street behind Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore. Applications for the shelter are taken at the Meyer Center (1226 Washington). Call the Meyer Center at 254-296-9866 for more info. Once an application is on file applicants request a bed on a daily basis at the Meyer Center. Chapel services are M-F from 7:00-7:45pm. Contact Travis Cheatham to volunteer for a chapel service.

EXCEPTIONS:
“Cold weather nights” at the shelter are open to anyone, regardless of ability to pay. We will be post a designated color on the windows of the Meyer Center and MBK by 5:30p.m. The weather will be forecasted to be 35 degrees or colder OR 40 degrees with rain or excessive wind chill factor. On those nights, everyone needing shelter will be bedded somewhere.
Those with special needs (mental or physical disability; etc) who do not currently receive any government support may meet with the Social Worker for a voucher pass.
The staff will create about 10 “volunteer jobs” with job descriptions (about 45 minutes/day of work for 5 days/wk) that shelter folks can apply for and which guarantee them a bed for through the first 60 days. After 30 days, anyone not working or in the volunteer program go into the “lottery” system.
There can be exceptions made by the social worker meeting with them if he/she determine that it is in the best interest for the participant’s empowerment.
4. After 30 days, bed fees go to $5/night, for a total of 63 days. Some exceptions made after meeting with the Social Worker and it is determined that an extention or waiver is best for the participant.
5. Those who did not stay in the shelter will not be allowed to eat breakfast.  Breakfast is for shelter residents only..
6. The Mon/Tues lunch is also only provided to shelter residents.  We do not serve meals to the general public.
7. After the first free clothing voucher, participants must pay $1 for each voucher per person, unless exempted by the Social Worker.
8. The Meyer Center Clinic (Tuesday/Thursday evenings) will cost $2/per visit. Exceptions made only with chaplain and social worker. (Note: The Family Health Center/Family Practice Meyer Center Clinic has its own fee schedule.)
Those who are working will be encouraged to move into the SHP program.
Perpetual Help Home Women's Shelter
705 East Santa Rosa
Victoria, TX 77901
(361)575-5335
Perpetual Help Home is a Christian housing for women and children, job training, and financial planning. We are a permanent supported housing program.

Eligibility: Ex-offenders, drug rehabilitation, homeless women, battered women.

Fees: Varies, client is expected to work and contribute 10% to church.

Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00am-4:00pm.
Port Cities Rescue Mission Family Shelter
849 5th Street
Port Arthur, TX 77640
(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.
Port Cities Rescue Mission Men\'s Emergency Shelter
900 6th St
Port Arthur, TX 77640
(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
This facility is located at 1001 6th St. and 624 Mobile Ave. This Facility provides shelter for up to 18 men on any given night.

Women's Emergency Shelter
This facility is located at 531 Atlanta Ave. This Facility provides shelter for up to 10 single women on any given night.

Family Center - 900 6th St.
Providing shelter to families with or without children and those with disabilities. Facility includes 10 bedrooms, dining and laundry facilities.

Magdalene Transitional Housing Project
This facility is located at 530 Waco Ave. It provides shelter for 18 men in the area's first Residential Recovery Program addressing the issue of chemical dependency as it relates to homelessness and self-sufficiency in a positive manner by providing continued recovery, job training and placement, budgeting, combined with neccessary life skills to become a productive citizen in society.

The Light House Apartments I and II
Located at the following locations:
849 5th Street and 2132 Procter. Provides permanent housing for those completing the Magdalene Transitional Housing Project, those Emergency Shelter clients meeting requiremnets, as well as people of our community.

Duplex
The Duplex's are located at 845 6th St 837 6th St 1001 6th St. The Mission has 3 (1) bedroom duplexes for residents and people of the community who are in need of permanet shelter but have had a hard time finding housing in our community because of their background or financial situation.

This-N-That
This facility is located at 531 Mobile Ave. This-N-That is a thrift store that is filled with donations and contributions from the commmunity and other sponsor of Port Cities Rescue Mission. We allow the residents to get whatever they may need from clothes, furniture, toys, etc. All other donations are sold at lesser value to the community.

32 - Bed Facility
This facility is located at 603 5th Street. and is currently being occupied by Jefferson County Adult Day Center, this facility is used for all events, meetings, holiday gatherings, etc....

Providing Needed Programs
Combatting the cycle of homelessness by resolving the underlying issues

Presbyterian Night Shelter For Single Women and Children
2400 Cypress St
Fort Worth, TX 76102
817-632-7429
Intake: Come to the shelter's main door at 2400 Cypress Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102 at 5 p.m.

General Shelter Inquiries
Main Facility
817-632-7400

Emergency and transitional housing for single women with children and , case management, tutoring, mentoring and educational classes, 3 meals served daily, restrooms with showers, washers/dryers, dispensary items.

Eligibility: Homeless women with children, women in last trimester of high risk pregnancy doctor verification required.

Women and Children
    Our Women and Childrens Facility is the only area shelter that allows families with older teenage boys to remain with their mothers, keeping the families together.
    We also provide a comprehensive children's program, which includes playgrounds, on-site counseling and after-school tutoring.
    Our capital campaign is increasing our ability to meet growing demand for families, including a new facility to be opened in 2016, expanded support services and enhanced safety and security.
Red Shield Men's Lodge Corpus Christi
1502 Lipan
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
(361)884-0331
Salvation Army Red Shield Lodge for Corpus Christi. Men's emergency shelter.
Reynolds Home Fom Women and Children
8023 San Jose Road
El Paso, TX 79915
(915)274-2598
Reynolds Home provides shelter to homeless women and children, provides case management to residents to empower them to better themselves educationally and vocationall.

Eligibility: Homeless women and children only.

Fees: None

Intake Procedure: Call for availability.
River Of Life Homes For Women and Children
not disclosed
Dallas, TX 75238
800-799-7233
River Of Life Homes provides shelter, food and clothing for homeless women and women with children in a domestic violence situation. We also offer group homes for women and men who are homeless but have some kind of income SSI.

Eligibility: Must be homeless or in a domestic violence situation and need a safe place to live.

Programs: 
Emergency shelter for women in life-threatening situations, for up to 3 months, average stay is 30 days.
 
Transitional housing for up to 1 year, average stay is 6 months. Services are available to women, and their children, who have completed the emergency shelter program but need additional time to complete their life plan or job training.
Services:
Food, Shelter, Clothing
Bible Study (Not mandatory)
Boundary Teaching
Counseling
Parenting Skills Classes
Life Skills (Job Skills,Health/Nutrition,Personal Hygiene,Financial Mgmt)
Salvation Army Emergency Shelter Beaumont TX
2350 Interstate 10 E
Beaumont, TX 77703
(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.

The first 3 nights are free and it is $10 a night after that.

The Salvation Army in Beaumont, TX also has a Social Service Center that can assist with emergency rental and utility assistance, clothing, food, and medication.

Also if you have items you wish to donate, we take donations of all types at the warehouse beside our Social Service Center and can arrange a pick-up at your location for larger items like furniture and appliances.

Please contact us at (409) 896-2361 if you need assistance with any of the topics above.
Salvation Army Dallas Shelter and Services - Carr P. Collins Social Service Center
5302 Harry Hines
Dallas, TX 75247
(214)424-7000
Open 24 hours a day.

Carr P. Collins Social Service Center
Short-term temporary shelter, meals, and casework services for men, women and families. Capacity of 240 people. Cost $7.00 per night negotiable in some cases. Religious service not required. On-site child care is available to residents with children.

Located west of downtown Dallas, The Salvation Army Carr P. Collins Social Service Center is across from Parkland Hospital on Harry Hines Boulevard.
The161,000 square foot center, which houses up to 600 people per night, is the largest multi-use facility in The Salvation Army world. Every year, thousands of people find the spiritual and practical help they need to change their lives at The Salvation Army Carr P. Collins Social Service Center. Nowhere else in Dallas will people find so many resources under one roof.
PROGRAM & SERVICES
    Food Pantry
    Summer Heat Relief - Cooling Station
    Mens & Womens Shelter
    Substance Abuse Program
    Home Sweet Home
    Meals
    Life-Skills Classes
    Domestic Violence Program (Confidential Location)
    Veterans Programs
    Worship Programs
Salvation Army Shelter Denton TX
1508 E. McKinney
Denton, TX 76202
(940)566-3800
Emergency shelter for men & women. Case management available. Must have state issued ID. 
Breathalyzer test;

Provides evening and morning meals and breakfast to public at 6:30 AM, age 18 and older, social worker available M-F 1-4 PM, No pets.
Salvation Army Garland TX
451 West Avenue D
Garland, TX 75046
(972)272-4531
The Garland Salvation Army provides assistance with a Food pantry, TXU Electric, Garland Power and Light Electric, Assistance in placement of individuals in Dallas Salvation Army Shelter. There is no shelter in Garland.
Salvation Army Lubbock Emergency Shelter
1614 Avenue J
Lubbock, TX 79401
(806)765-9434
Clients may stay 3 nights. Extensions are available on a case by case basis after the client has met with a case worker. Mail box and voicemail service is available. The family apartment style rooms also have laundry and shower facilities.

Eligibility: Homeless men, women and families. Walk Ins Accepted
Salvation Army Midland TX Homeless Shelter
300 South Baird
Midland, TX 79701
(432)683-3614
The Salvation Army provides emergency shelter for women, children, and men. The period of time they can stay at the shelter depends on each individual case. While at the shelter, the residents receive three nourishing, healthy meals. A person/persons may stay at the shelter for five nights without having to speak to the Social Worker. If further lodging is needed, an arrangement to speak to the Social Worker will be made and time will be extended. Children must be accompanied by parents, must have valid id and social security card
Salvation Army Odessa TX Homeless Shelter
810 East 11th Street
Odessa, TX 79761
(432) 332-0738
The Emergency Shelter lodging serves meals daily at 5:00 pm 7 days a week. Must have picture ID, stay in the shelter. Shelter opens at 5:00 pm every day, Walk-ins accepted.

Provides showers at six pm every night male and female towel and soap included.
Salvation Army Service Center of Brownwood
403 Lakeway Dr
Brownwood, TX 76801
325-646-5369
Provides limited assistance with gasoline, bus tickets and/or lodging when transients are stranded in an emergency. Need to contact Chaplain Cal Gray through The Salvation Army Service Center of Brownwood. Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Salvation Army Victoria TX
1302 N. Louis
Victoria, TX 77901
(361)576-1297
The motivation of the organization is love of God and practical concern for the physical, spiritual, moral and regenerative needs of anyone. Disaster services, natural disasters, character building programs for children and adults. Shelter for homeless, transients, residents and disaster victims (including food, transportation, clothing, furniture referrals are disaster related through the Red Cross only), limited prescription assistance, limited water bill payments, counseling, and referral. For assistance you must bring: Victoria County Photo ID and S.S. cards for entire family, if photo ID is not Victoria County, need proof of residence in county; proof of income; proof of expenses; Disconnect notice if for utilities assistance; meet poverty guidelines.br/br/Caseworker accepts cases Mon & Wed 9:00am-3:00pm; Tue & Th 9:00am-3:00pm.br/br/Food is given on Monday thru Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm;with VICTORIA ONLY local identification.br/br/Clothing Assistance on Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm. Referral from another agency.br/br/Shelter hours: 5:00pm to 9:00pm bring ID; Supper 6:00pm, breakfast. Homeless single males or single women with children. Must wait 3 months after a stay. br/Shelter admission requirements: Must be 18 years old, must be ambulatory (No wheelchairs), have a valid state issued ID (Drivers license, passport, etc.), prison ID is good for only 30 days after release, must not be under the influence of drugs or alcoholbr/br/Capacity: 24 beds for single men and 6 beds for single women with childrenbr/br/Thrift Store: 1306 N. Louis, Victoria, TX 77901. Mon.- Sat. 10:00am-7:00pm; br/Take donations until 3:00pm. On Thursday if there is a faxed referral from an outside agency, Salvation Army caseworker will issue voucher to the thrift store for clothing.
Salvation Army Wichita Falls
403 Seventh Street
Wichita Falls, TX 76307
(940)322-9822
Provides temporary shelter for people who have no permanent housing. Also has day labor for residents.

Eligibility: Anyone in service area. Shelter is MEN only.

Fees: No cost.

Intake Procedure: Walk ins, Call for appointment
St. Mary Star of the Sea Benevolence
608 N 6th St
Ballinger, TX 76821
325.365.2687
Provides limited assistance with utility bills when funds are available. May also provide emergency shelter to those who qualify.
Salvation Army Longview TX
519 East Cotton Street
Longview, TX 75602
(903) 753-3471
The Salvation Army Emergency Shelter provides meals and lodging 365 days a year. Men, Women and Families receive a warm nutritious meal and a comfortable place to stay as they search for a job and other services to help them get back on their feet.

Shelter opens at 5:00pm; meals for those in shelter 6:00pm; meals for the community 6:30pm

Eligibility: Anyone in need of emergency assistance

Fees: None

Intake Procedure: Walk-in, or call for appointment.
The Stewpot Dallas
1822 Young Street
Dallas, TX 75201
214-746-2785
The Stewpot offers a safe haven for homeless and at-risk individuals of Dallas, providing resources  for basic survival needs, as well as opportunities to start a new life.

Services
       ID SERVICES (Monday Thursday, 8:00 a.m. for new clients; 1:00 p.m. for returning clients)

       DOCUMENT BANK (Monday Thursday, 1:00 pm, and Friday 8:00 am noon)                                       

       METROCARE SERVICES

       PARKLAND MEDICAL CLINIC

       FOOD STAMPS  (Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. 2:45 pm)

       COUNSELING SERVICES

       ART CLASS (Normal schedule, meet at garage entrance at class start timeno late arrivals)

       MAIL SERVICE (Monday Friday, 10:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.; 1:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.)

       STREETZINE SALES (Regular sales times; however, there will be no STREETZine orientation during September)

 

-          Clothing and hygiene items will not be available at The Stewpot.  For clothing needs, please check out OUR CALLING (1702 S. CESAR CHAVEZ BOULEVARD @ HICKORY STREET) where there is an extensive clothing closet. For more detailed information, visit their website HERE.

List of services include: ase management, health care, dental care and substance abuse assistance; youth programs; job training; rep payee; referral for employment, housing and other benefits; access to mailing address and voice mail.

Since May 2008, The Stewpot has also been the sole meal provider at The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center, serving 1,000-2,000 meals per day, 7 days per week.
Shelter Agencies For Familes in Paris Texas
615 9th Street Southwest
Paris, TX 75460
903-783-1313
24 Hour Hotline: (903) 575-9999

Provides shelter and help for victims of family violence and sexual assault. Males under 17 years old accepted. Walk in's welcome. Shelter for abused children, domestic violence, battered women.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
Shelter
Victim Assistance
Housing Assistance
Counseling & Group Advocacy
Legal Advocacy
?Children's Advocacy

Outreach Services

24 Hour Crisis Hotline
Counseling and Support Groups
Crime Victim Assistance
Rape Crisis Intervention?
Accompaniment to Court
Legal Assistance??
?Educational Programs and Professional Trainings
Women's Support Group and Men's Support Group
?Housing Assistance
?VAWA and UVISA Immigration services
Cove House Emergency Homeless Shelter
108 E Halstead Avenue
Copperas Cove, TX 76522
254-547-Hope
Office Hours are Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 am 1:00 pm
Cove House maintains four housing facilities that are used to provide emergency shelter for those in need. We have a mens home, a womens home, and two family homes. As a general rule, individuals and families may stay in the facilities for a two week period. During that period, they are expected to make a strong effort to get their own independent housing and employment (if needed).
While at the facility, individuals will have all of their food and hygiene needs met. They may take advantage of the housing accommodations, our laundry appliances, and playground. We want the residents of Cove House to find a safe and secure environment as they seek to regain their independence and self sufficiency.
Cove House is a strong believer in empowerment over short-term welfare. We want to assist those in need of shelter to be self-sufficient and to provide them with the tools necessary for them to move out of their impoverished situation. We do not want to simply give an individual or family a temporary service and do nothing to keep them from falling back into the conditions they are seeking relief from. 
Requirements for residents:
Applicants must be willing to comply with all of the shelters rules and policies.Applicants for residency must provide two forms of identification. One being a Texas issued picture ID such as a TX Drivers License or TX ID Card. The other may be a birth certificate, Social Security Card or military ID. All applicants must go to the Copperas Cove Police Station and request a Wants and Warrant Check.All residents are accepted on a space available basis.

The Westfield Residential Treatment Center For Teens
5501 Austin Street
Houston, TX 77004
7135282008
We are a 24 hour residential treatment center for boy teens ages 10-18 with emotional disorders.
BridgeWay Youth Shelter - Montgomery County Youth Services
4501 N. Frazier
Conroe, TX 77303
936-890-1132
BridgeWay Youth Shelter is a 13 bed coed facility offering emergency shelter for youth ages 10-17 who need temporary (up to 90 days) housing due to extreme family conflict, abuse and/or neglect or who are runaway and homeless.
The Fairway Home - Montgomery County Youth Services
4495 N. Frazier
Conroe, TX 77303
936-856-8015
Co-ed, 8-bed facility offering up to an 18-month transitional living program for youth, ages 16 19. The mission of the Fairway Home is to empower youth to build on their successes to gain skills necessary to make healthy life choices and become independent.
In Triumph For Homeless Teens
105 BCR 212
Florence, TX 76527
(512) 489-2530
In Triumph provides emergency housing for homeless teens that were never selected for adoption and young adults that are facing major life challenges. We are a transitional home that cultivates a life of faith within the framework of a Christian family. We work with young people who are aware of their need for help and are between the ages of 18 and 24. Our primary focus is to assist young people in the development of good character and to confront weaknesses which prevent a triumphant life. We believe the key element in achieving a personal best is one’s relationship with God, and we strive to provide an environment where a genuine commitment to Christ can be fostered.
Green Light Ministries Brother to Brother
14435 FM 730 No.
Azle, TX 76020
(817) 444-4442
The Brother to Brother program provides for all the basic needs of a homeless man (from 15 - 70), food, clothing, and shelter. But more importantly assists the individual in finding his true purpose and gifts to bring to the world by Spiritual development then job training and search. The courses taught are: Anger Management, Finding Your Spiritual Gifts, AA/NA 12 Step programs, and individual counseling and mentoring as needed. The goal for our organization is to help each person find; Salvation,a home, a job, a car, money in the bank, and childcare if needed.
Sphinx Rehabilitation Coalition
1101 San Antonio Ave.
Hempstead, TX 77445
6186452893
SRC is a One Stop Center where individuals who are facing drug/alcohol substance abuse, homeless, infected with HIV/AIDS or mental health issues can receive qualitative caring services.
Bridges Safehouse, Inc
P.O. Box 1161
Cedar Hill, TX 75106
469.272.4441
We offer short term housing and supportive services to homeless pregnant women and women with children in crisis. Our goal is to empower and equip women and families to start taking steps to lifetime change.
SEARCH Homeless Services
2505 Fannin St.
Houston, TX 77002
713-739-7752
SEARCH Homeless Services helps thousands of men, women and children each year move from the streets, into jobs and safe, stable housing.

SEARCH meets clients where they are and gets them back on their feet through services that engage, stabilize, educate, employ and house.
Spirit Key Transitional Housing
13617 Kaltenbrun Road
Houston, TX 77086
281-971-0014
Transitional housing and work facility for homeless, ex-offenders and veterans. After care re-entry program.

Spirit Key is a transitional work facility for men located in Houston, north Harris County. Our services include: housing, mentoring and job and life skills training.  We  have a greater than 90% success rate in assisting our clients in becoming viable and productive tax-paying citizens. Helping them to transform their lives from being tax burdens to tax payers. We have saved Texas taxpayers over 10 million dollars.
River of Life Homes Inc
207 N St Johns Dr
Richardson, TX 75081
(214) 886-3563
Domestic violence shelter and transitional housing.

River of Life Homes provides 24-hour hotline crisis, emergency shelter and transitional housing for women and children who are victims of family violence.

The agency provides emergency shelter for up to three months, average of 30 days. Upon admittance to the emergency shelter, the client is met by a volunteer and provided with a shelter and program orientation. River of Life Homes provide counseling, personal support services, life planning and education on the cycle of domestic violence and the types of domestic violence. The agency provides transitional housing for up to one year, 6 months average. Transitional housing services are available to women, and their children, who have completed emergency shelter program and need further time to complete their life plan or job training. Transitional housing selection is based on application and qualification requirements, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, national origin or economic status.

Services
Food, Shelter, Clothing
Huma-Faith
5601 Bridge Street
Fort Worth, TX 76101
817-586-4471
Transitional Housing for the homeless population. We provide for men, women, and minor children. There's financial responsibility and obligation that may be off-set or in some cases eliminated through our work program.

Faith-Based transitional housing serving the homeless population, manageable mental health clients, refugees, victims of domestic violence, and persons released from prisons and jails with nowhere to go.
Clarksville Shelter
805 Washington
Clarksville, TX 75426
318-655-2297
Call or text anytime! We are here to provide shelter for you and your family if you are in need. We also provide a program that is designed to get you on your feet again.
Living World Men's Home
828 E 4th St
Irving, TX 75060
(972) 432-6941
THE MEN'S HOME IS A FREE 12 MONTH RESIDENTIAL MINISTRY PROGRAM FOR DETOXIFICATION AND REHABILITATION OF DRUG ADDICTS AND MEN DEALING WITH HOMELESS SITUATIONS. THE PROGRAM IS FREE TO EVERY RESIDENT AND ALL BASIC LIVING NECESSITIES ARE PROVIDED SUCH AS ADEQUATE SLEEPING QUARTERS,3 MEALS A DAY, AND DAILY HYGENE
Worthy Ministries Inc
5105 Timothy Street
Texas City , TX 77591
4096820854
We are a shelter with Transitional housing we help people up we do not hand out.
El Paso Villa Maria - For Women
920 S. Oregon St.
El Paso, TX 79901
915-544-5500
Villa Maria is a temporary home where women, homeless & without children, heal to wholeness.

Villa Maria receives referrals from various agencies including: probation officers, social workers, hospitals, the Center Against Family Violence, drug and alcohol treatment programs, other shelters and mental health agencies. And often women in need simply ring the doorbell for help. Within a year's time we receive more than three times the number of requests for shelter than we can realistically handle.

Call for more information.
Marshall\'s My Friend\'s House, Inc.
2610 Elysian Fields Ave.
Marshall, TX 75672
903-930-8931
Shelter Fees: $10.00 per day, per person  ($5 for children).

Marshall's My Friend's House, Inc., a non-profit, Texas corp. with 501 ( c ) 3 status. Capacity is 12 residents including 8 single men and 4 single women. We are a temporary, transitional facility offering a place to stay until one can get up on one's feet. Residents must follow basic rules, help with the house work and be looking for work and willing to try to move on. There is a charge of $10 per day, but some of this can be worked off by working in the thrift store which is on the campus. Admission is by completing a short application, interview and background check and limited to suitability and availability of space.
Project Hope Recovery Center
7805 Kimble St
Houston, TX 77017
877-491-3816
12 to 18 month residential facility for men and women struggling with life controlling situations ranging from addiction to abuse.

This faith-based residential program assists individuals in recovering from drug and alcohol addiction and the life-controlling problems associated with it. In addition, residents work on overcoming rebellion and the self-destructive behaviors associated with their substance abuse and developing positive life skills. Residents participate in spiritual growth activities, individual counseling, and various outreaches.
The Beacon
1212 Prairie Street
Houston, TX 77002
7132209737
Our Mission

Our mission is to provide services that restore dignity, self-respect and hope to Houston's poor and homeless.
THE BEACON is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization established by Christ Church Cathedral.

Since opening our doors in 2007, we've grown from serving 80 clients per day to serving 600-800 clients daily.

What We Do

Our success is driven through our four core programs: The Beacon Day Center, Cathedral Clinic at The Beacon, Brigid's Hope at The Beacon, and Cathedral Justice Project at The Beacon. These four programs come together under one roof to provide meals, showers, laundry service, case management, medical and psychiatric care, pro bono legal services and pastoral care.

The Beacon Day Center
The Beacon Day Center is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
The Beacon Day Center provides hot meals, private shower and lavatory facilities, laundry services, coordinated access to housing and information and referral services to Houston’s underserved and homeless population.

Brigid's Hope at The Beacon
Brigid's Hope at The Beacon offers transitional housing and supportive services in an effort to reduce the number of women returning to the criminal-justice system.

Cathedral Justice Project at The Beacon
Cathedral Justice Project at The Beacon provides pro bono legal assistance to Houston's poor and homeless.

Cathedral Clinic at The Beacon
Cathedral Clinic at The Beacon is a collaborative partnership with Healthcare for the Homeless Houston. Our clinic combines primary healthcare, psychiatric treatment and mental health counseling with intensive case management to address the needs of men, women, and children living on Houston's streets.

THE BEACON and its programs are part of Cathedral Health & Outreach Ministries / CHOM, a registered 501(C)(3) nonprofit charitable organization. Tax ID # 71-0933434
The B & W House
341 W. Woodin Blvd
Dallas, TX 75224
469-286-6865
Transitional Housing for inmates and clients from rehabilitation facilities.

We can house up to 10 clients with 24 hours service. We provide three meals and snacks. We are minutes from Downtown Dallas, and near many dart bus lines. There is a shopping center within walking distance from the neighborhood. We offer a very convenient stay for your transitional needs.
Crisis Assistance Center
1022 Mccall Ave
Conroe, TX 77301
936.539.1096
Business 936.539.1096
Appointment 936.539.9211

The Crisis Assistance Center seeks to provide a loving, supportive place where people can come to get the help and resources they need during a time of vulnerability and instability.


Appointments

To honor our Mission, Crisis Assistance Center provides a variety of assistance to Montgomery County residents experiencing financial crisis in the basic needs of housing, utilities, food and clothing.

Many people in our county are a single instance away from finding themselves in a vulnerable situation that can cause tremendous financial hardship. Unexpected situations such as job loss, reduction in hours/wages or illness.

If you are facing eviction, utility disconnection, or other challenging situations as a result of a recent crisis, Crisis Assistance Center may be able to help. All of our services are free to eligible clients.

For assistance please call to schedule an appointment. 936-539-9211

Appointment line is open Tuesday Thursday from 1:00 pm 4:00 pm

Due to volume of clients, walk ins are not guaranteed to be seen and will only be seen after clients with appointments, pending availability. All services will require that you bring a variety of documentation. Lack of documentation could prevent or delay receipt of services.

What type of emergency assistance is available?

    Utility assistance
    Rent or mortgage assistance
    Food
    Clothing
    Prescriptions
    Resource Referrals

Looking for longer-term solutions?

CAC offers extensive case management to help our clients build self-sufficiency. Examples of opportunities include:

    Permanent supportive housing for the disabled
    Hand up Program
    Lifeskills training
    Financial Literacy classes

Required Documentation
Please ensure that all documentation is printed prior to your appointment

    Proof of Crisis
    Provide identifying information on ALL members of the household
    Photo ID for all adults 18 years of age or older
    Social Security cards or birth certificates for all household members
    Provide Proof of income for last 30 days for all adults 18 years of age or older
    Provide proof of school registration for students
    Provide proof of Texas Workforce Commission job search registration within last 30 days if unemployed (even if undocumented)
    Provide proof of start date or job offer if waiting for new job to start
    Provide copies of electric bill for utility bill assistance and copy of lease for rental assistance


OFFICE HOURS

Business/Appointment Hours:
Monday- Closed
Tuesday- Friday
8:30am-11:30am, 1-4 pm

Resale Shop Hours:
Tuesday-Friday
9am-4pm

Donation/Volunteer Hours:
Tuesday-Friday
8:30am-5pm

Montgomery County Women's Center Conroe
1401 Airport Rd
Conroe, TX 77301
936-441-4044
24 Hour Crisis Hotline 936-441-7273

The Montgomery County Women's Center provides safe shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, legal and support services to victims/survivors of family violence, sexual assault, stalking and abuse in Montgomery and surrounding counties and provides education about such issues.

Services:
Residential programs including emergency shelter and transitional housing
Community educational outreach; Legal services
Sexual assault and counseling program.
Family Promise Collin County
325 W Lucas Rd
Allen, TX 75002
(972) 442-6966
The Family Promise of Collin County Community Network brings shelter, meals, and support services to Collin County families without homes. Family Promise of Collin County is a cost-efficient and effective community response to family homelessness. The foundation of the program is the involvement of local host congregations who provide a safe refuge, food, and hospitality for the families in the evening on a rotation basis.

Host Congregations located in Collin County provide overnight shelters, food, and loving hospitality for guest families as they rotate weekly among each of the churches in the network. Their support may also include gift cards and monetary donations.

Day Center

During the day our Guest are at work, school or utilizing our Day Center from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM during the week and weekend, where a professional case worker provides case management services individualized plan to regain housing and self-sufficiency.
In addition, Guests pursue employment, tend pre-school children, work on financial goals, and tend to laundry and personal needs. The Day Center provides guests with a mailing address and a base for housing and employment searches during the day. The Day Center has been provided by one of our support churches.

Sustainable Independence Program (SIP)

Family Promise of Collin County's (FPOCC) Sustainable Independence Program (SIP} Provides food,shelter and support services for Collin County families with children as they regain sustainable independence: Phase I Community Services, Phase II Transitional Shelter, Phase III Affordable Housing, Phase IV Aftercare. All services are provided based on demonstrated need and available resources to a presumed population as defined by HUD: 100% of participants are below 50% of median income levels; 100% of participants fall at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Threshold; 100% qualify for free or reduced lunch.

Almost Home is a program for Guests who have successfully completed the shelter program. This program can offer temporary, affordable housing for up to 12 months for guests who have successfully completed their case management goals. A limited number of homes are available to be used by a family to transition from the shelter to a more permanent, future residence. Additionally, for other families unable to utilize the transitional homes, financial support may be available to assist them with rental and utility deposits and application fees.

Arlington Family Life Shelter
712 West Abram
Arlington, TX 76004
817-860-1836
Salvation Army supported family shelter.
Mother Teresa Transitional Housing For Men
1605 Mestina St.
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
(361) 904-0377
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Monday - Friday)

Provides a community based program combines transitional housing, and supportive services which are intended to create permanent housing and individual self-sufficiency. This initiative solidifies our vision of delivering holistic services all under one roof.

The Mother Teresa Transitional Housing has a capacity of 24 private bedrooms; our residents share common areas such as restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, kitchen, and recreation areas. In addition, supportive services and workshops are provided; i.e. rental counseling, Fair Housing, budget and money management, saving for permanent housing, anger management, nutrition and cooking classes, drug and alcohol prevention, workshops for the development of social skills needed for re-entering back into society, assistance with locating employment, and opportunities are made available for those wanting to return to school.

Our Transitional Housing program specializes in serving homeless single men with serious enough barriers, resulting in getting or keeping permanent housing. It provides an ample period for stabilization, learning, and planning, all which are needed if they are ultimately to leave homelessness and stay housed. Most individuals may already have a history of leaving homelessness for housing but not being able to maintain permanent housing, or some may have characteristics that are known to lower the probabilities of being able to maintain housing without support.
Women's Shelter of South Texas
813 Buford St
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
361-884-2900
Corpus Christi Service Center: 361-881-9675
Domestic violence hotline: 361-881-8888
Sexual assault hotline: 361-881-8454
Toll-free number: 1-800-580-HURT (4878)
Administration: 361-884-2900

Services: 24-hour safe shelter and crisis hot line for victims of family violence, Training and education for the community, Volunteer opportunities.

The Women's Shelter is a safe house option for victims fleeing domestic violence relationships and those who have been sexually assaulted. Our shelter is an inviting, yet confidential and safe environment for those in need of our services. It is imperative that our shelter is able to assist women and children to become empowered and understand the importance of safety planning while in our shelter.

The shelter offers support services to women and children including support groups, case management, counseling, community referrals, and activities for children. The basic needs of food, clothing , hygiene items, linen, beds and bathing amenities are all provided free of charge. Our shelter is a 65 bed facility that operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. While the shelter may have space limitations, our team will assist individuals and families, with the appropriate community referrals. **We also extend relocation options to victims in other family violence shelters that are in need or have a desire to relocate to Corpus Christi, Texas.
Hope's Door New Beginning Center
860 F Ave. Ste. 100
Plano, TX 75074
972-276-0057
At Hope's Door New Beginning Center, we help individuals and families escape and heal from domestic abuse, dating abuse and family violence through our free trauma-informed services.

Our two emergency shelters offer temporary housing to survivors and their children fleeing life-threatening situations.

Clients living in our emergency shelters are provided with food, clothing and all the necessities of daily living along with case management, safety planning, counseling, legal support, and referral to other community resources.

Clients can stay in the emergency shelter for up to 90 days and the location of the shelter remains strictly confidential to ensure the safety of those living in the shelter.

Children living in the shelter are enrolled in schools nearby or may attend their home school if it is safe to do so. In addition to temporary shelter, we offer the following services free of charge at both of our Outreach Centers in Plano and Garland: -Counseling sessions for adults and children, including individual and group therapy
-Legal support including legal advice, assistance with protective orders, child custody and divorce, and possible full representation
-Transitional housing services for clients leaving the shelter that includes rental assistance, deposit waivers, case management and life-skills classes

Survivors in need of services other than shelter or those who have left the shelter can access these services in English or Spanish.

Anyone wishing to receive any of our free services are encouraged to call our 24-Hour Hotline, which is answered in English and Spanish 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 24-Hour Hotline: 972-276-0057

If you are or think you might be in an abusive relationship, know that you are not alone, it is not your fault, and help is available.
Emily's Place Transitional Housing For Women
P. O. Box 260671
Plano, TX 75026
(972) 424-7775
Emily's Place is not a shelter, which typical allows women to stay for 30 - 90 days. Rather, it is a transformational housing ministry based on a 24 month stay commitment which promotes stability and wise choices.

The transformational program includes counseling, addictions recovery, vocational assistance, life skills development and spiritual nurturing--all within a structured environment of 24/7 live-in staff who are dedicated to offering the support and accountability needed to transition from a difficult past into a bright future.

For victims of domestic violence, Emily's Place is the BRIDGE from the shelter back into the community.
Lifeline Shelter for Families, Inc.
202 College Street, Suite 101
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
(972) 642-7744
Our mission is to reduce homelessness among families of school children in crisis who are enrolled in the Grand Prairie School District by providing emergency assistance, temporary shelter, and life skills training for their parents.
Ozanam Center Brownsville
656 N Minnesota Ave
Brownsville, TX 78521
(956) 831-6331
Bishop Enrique San Pedro, OZANAM CENTER

After hours phone:
956-589-8084

The Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week / 365 days a year.

The Center is a homeless shelter that serves individuals and families in the area in need emergency housing assistance. It is located on a six-acre site, which is the property of the Catholic Diocese of Brownsville, and has a maximum capacity of 200 people.

Full list of services provided
Short and Long rent assistance
Emergency Shelter Grant Program - Deposit Utility & Short Term Rent
The Shelter also serves as an emergency shelter during hurricane and the cold weather season.
Food Pantry (twice monthly) to needy families living within our catchment areas (5 mile radius)
After School Tutoring
Community Garden
Transitional Housing (2 Years)
Centro de Trabajadores Fuerza Del Valle
Homeless Prevention & Rapid Re-Housing Program (Funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act)
Reaching Out Crisis Ministries
707 South 11th
Temple, TX 76504
2547165728
Reaching Out Crisis Ministries (ROCM)is a Christ centered non-profit six-month residential program designed to help women that are struggling with substance abuse and/or life-centered problems. We offer women a faith-based supportive and structured environment that focuses on accountability and successful reentry into the community.

Reaching Out Crisis Ministries envisions relationship restoration and reconciliation for women who enter our program; first with Christ and second with family. The vision of ROCM is to help women realize they can be God-sufficient, spiritually strong, and serviceable in His kingdom.
Madge Bush Transitional Living Center
3410 Drew Street
Houston, TX 77004
832-541-1986
Transitional housing for single women, over the age of 22 years, with 1-2 children in a homeless situation.

If one of the children is over the age of 5 years, both children must be of the same sex due to HUD regulations regarding children sharing a bedroom. Potential client must have established childcare before being accepted into the Program.
Residents are required to attend at least one group per week, based upon their educational and employment schedule.

Education Participation in education is required unless participate has a Bachelors degree. Required educational participation may include any or all of the following: Adult Basic Education, General Education Development, English as a Second Language, Spanish as a Second Language and/or vocational education leading to a certificate.

NOTE: Case manager will documented education via: enrollment documents, fee schedules and payment documentation, grades, and unofficial transcripts. Employment required of all residents, employment may be full or part-time dependent upon educational plan and family needs. SSI/SSDI applicants and recipients are not eligible for the MBTLC Program.

NOTE: Case manager will document employment via pay stubs. Substance Abuse Meetings Residents who are in recovery are required to attend weekly NA, CA, and/or AA meetings and submit attendance record to the Case Manager. 12 months sober is required to enter into this program. Domestic Violence Counseling Required of all residents with a history of DV, counseling includes individual and group sessions for the adult and child members of the household.

Mental Health Counseling Residents are required to submit to a mental health evaluation. Case Management and program effectiveness may be measured by: Completion of a mental health assessment; participation in individual or group counseling; medication compliance; and case notes and medication contracts which are maintained in the resident's charts.

Savings All MBTLC residents are required to save 30% of their gross income.

The intake must be faxed with a letter of residency as proof of homelessness, valid photo ID, birth certificates and social security cards for all family members with the results of the potential client's mental health evaluation.

Case Manager Referrals Only.
True Courage
421 Oak
La Marque, TX 77568
2813169502
48 bed male shelter. We are here to help people get back into the stream of life.
The Life Center for the Homeless
4516 Old Yale St.
Houston, TX 77018
832-292-3295
The Life Center Vision began in 1989 and is a 501c3 non-profit, faith based Christian Organization. Located on Old Yale St., close to the Independence Heights area of Houston and the historical Acres Homes, we are ideally positioned to make a difference. Our present facilities include three living areas and a separate Multi Purpose Facility that can be used for educational classes, meetings and motivational sessions, and Chapel with the ability to support our community and make a visible difference. We have a total of 10 facilities and room to grow. The Life Center operates as a 24hour refuge for those who are in need. There is also a 90 day Rehabilitation Program. There is an on site Director and an outreach team. We have a non-discrimination policy.

The Life Center is dedicated to serve, educate and represent the Homeless of Houston. Through the operation of a short-stay residential facility, and the combination of an educational program, an in-house work program and group counseling sessions, The Life Center hopes to impart sufficient work and basic living skills, along with a positive and focused mental attitude to Homeless individuals so they can take their proper place as productive and stable members of today's society.
Armour Outreach Ministries
3964 FM 1131 RD
Buna, TX 77612
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 Studies and Online Sermons. Thank you for visiting our site, I'm sure you will find hope and understanding for any questions and concerns that you may have. If you are in need of prayer or someone to talk with we are here for you.
Desire To Live Assisted Living
2220 cr 144
Alvin, TX 77511
8325123863
We offer transitional services for elderly and needy people. For those of you who are able to work We offer jobs temporary shelter. We will assist you in getting back on your feet! Times are extremely hard these days please do not feel alone. We are here to help!
Guyon Saunders Resource Center - Community Day Room
200 South Tyler St.
Amarillo, TX 79101
806-373-0704
Hours: Monday - Friday 7AM -5PM Weekends and Holidays 7:30AM - 3:30PM Services Offered: Showers; Laundry; Mail; Computers; local telephone; Storage; Information & Referral services
The Samaritan Inn McKinney
1710 N McDonald St
McKinney, TX 75071
(972) 542-5302
The largest and leading homeless program in Collin County, Texas. The shelter provides a place for homeless residents looking to get back on their feet and has grown from 120 to 160 beds the past 10 years.

To be eligible, you must:
Have a photo ID
Submit to a drug test
Submit to a background check

To apply, please come to The Samaritan Inn to meet with a case worker for an intake interview. Intake Interviews are held every day, 7 days a week, from 11 am to 2 pm. The waiting room is available starting at 10 am. For more information, please call 972.542.5302.

Also has supportive housing: The Gateway Apartments are across the street from the Inn. About 50 to 60 people live in 20 units at the apartments, for which they pay a discounted rent upon graduating from the Inn program.
Bonita Street House of Hope
2605 Parker Road
Houston, TX 77093
713-691-0900
Transitional housing with support services for persons who are homeless, chemically dependent, and ex-felons.
Insurance accepted:
$80.00 fee to live in shelter, with all bills paid.

The Bonita Hope Transitional Housing complex consists of eight buildings with 60 apartment units and two 16-bed dormitories. The facility provides a safe haven for up to 199 transitionally homeless men, women and children on any given night.

HomeAid's mission is to build and renovate shelters for the temporarily homeless. On any given night more than one million men, women and children find themselves without a home. In fact, women and children represent the fastest growing segment of the homeless populations. Sadly, the average age of a homeless person is only 9 years old! The future is in our children - the sound of laughter, a safe and dignified place to live, a new vocation, skills that create new opportunities, family bonds renewed, counseling for parents, a sense of belonging, self-esteem and determination will all thrive under the roof of Bonita House of Hope, because you made a difference.
The Salvation Army Shelter Freeport TX
1618 N. Ave J
Freeport , TX 77541
(979) 233-5420
Services Offered:
    Emergency Shelter
    Seasonal Services
    Casework Services
    Visitation Services
    Worship Services - Church
    Women's Ministries
    Character Building Programs
    Day Care
Salvation Army of Freeport, Texas Shelter
1618 North Avenue J
Freeport, TX 77541
(979) 233-5420
Emergency Shelter:
Monday-Sunday
Check-in: 5PM-8PM
3 Day stay allowed.

Services Offered: Emergency Shelter Seasonal Services Casework Services Visitation Services Worship Services - Church Women's Ministries Character Building Programs Day Care
Rustic House Shelter Corpus Christi
919 Leopard St
Corpus Christi, TX 78408
(361) 888-4446
Rustic House provides a transitional housing program for homeless men who are mentally and/or physically disabled, and/or elderly. The transitional housing program provides a structured, case-managed environment for these men to work toward greater self-sufficiency and independent living. When they are ready for independent living case managers assist with housing searches, and the agency provides financial assistance for security and utility deposits, the first month's rent, furniture, and basic household items. The case managers follow-up with them for a minimum of six months to assure that they can sustain independent living.
Mother Teresa Shelter
513 Sam Rankin Avenue
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
(361) 883-7372
Mother Teresa Shelter
Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Transitional Housing For Men
Please call to schedule facility tours and intake applications. Applications are always accepted.

Providing comprehensive, community-based outreach services to homeless individuals and families, creating opportunities to help break the cycle of homelessness.
 
Assisting the homeless during the day which includes breakfast, snacks, lockers, showers and laundry facilities, phone and internet service, blankets, jackets, and clothing, first aid, referral services, and CONTINUUM of Care Program (COC).
 
Incorporating learning and social activities through the Multi-purpose Activity and Therapeutic Center.


Transitional Housing for Men At a Glance
    Providing housing for 24 single men for a period not exceeding 24 months
    Including private rooms, ADA restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, commercial kitchen, recreational area, dog kennel, and security-enhanced grounds
    Offering support services including self-sufficiency workshops and continuing education
    Applications are always accepted

Meals at the Shelter
The Mother Teresa Shelter offers the area homeless several options for meals throughout the day.
Breakfast: 8:00 am
Open for everybody
Snack: 10.30 am
Snacks during this time are for registered clients only
Snack: 2:00 pm
Open for everybody
Timon's Ministries Day Resource Center
10501 S.P.I.D.
Corpus Christi, TX 78480
361-937-6196
Timon's Ministries is a day resource center serving low/no-income families in the Flour Bluff area. An average of 80-100 hot lunches are provided daily. Over 300 dependent children rely on Timon's to provide groceries and assistance to their parents. The William Allen Dental Clinic, opened in 2009, provides free dental work to low-income, drug-free individuals from the entire Coastal Bend.

Timon’s prides itself in “making a difference” in the community by offering the following services:
     The Shepard’s Table – provides hot meals 6 days a week;
     Crisis Pantry - distributes groceries to low/no income families;
     Outreach Program – distributes groceries to the home bound and elder;
      Dental Clinic – cleaning, extractions, fillings,  x-rays, partials and some dentures;
     Medical Clinic – family medicine for the  underprivileged and uninsured;
     Eye Clinic – provides eye exams and glasses;
    Timon’s Boutique – contains clothing and some household items; and
    Laundry and Shower Facilities.
D.I.S.C MINISTRIES
2706 S 2nd AVE
Dallas, TX 75210
4696014445
Dallas International Street Church is a 24-hour per day, 7 day a week church located at 2706 Second Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75210.

By day, it becomes a rest haven and lighthouse for those who are broken and weary from life in the streets. Many who come are plagued with life controlling circumstances and just need to be shown the love of Jesus. By night, we become the church that “never sleeps”. We load up our bus and take to the streets to bring in those folks who are needing the love of Jesus and a hot meal. Services begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday with preaching of the Word followed by a hot meal. We serve at least 200 meals daily and sometimes more. We provide clothing, showers, personal items for those in need. We also have church services on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. All are welcome.
Foundation For Homeless Austin
8505 Cross Park Dr. Suite 120
Austin, TX 78755
(512) 453.6570
Provides: 30 - 90 day transitional center.
Families with children ages up to 17 years old.

Not an emergency shelter- must call and complete a pre-screening by phone. Then you must set up an appointment to fill out an application. If you are approved to stay you will be called back. Otherwise, you may be put on a waitlist if the shelter is full
Boysville TX - Texas Home For Boys and Girls
8555 E. Loop 1604 North Converse, Texas 78109
Converse, TX 78109
(210) 659-1901
Boysville is a home for boys and girls, ranging in age from newborn to 18 years, who cannot remain in their home due to abuse, abandonment, neglect, poverty or family crisis. Most children are placed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. As Boysville continues to accept private placements, others are referred by a parent or guardian. Some children are referred by another family member, teacher, counselor or pastor.
New Hope Center of Paris
450 SW 4th St Suite 310
Paris, TX 75460
903-783-0353
New Hope Center's mission is to provide a home of hope and direction for those who find themselves in life altering circumstances from either poor choices or life situations beyond their control. We strive to instill self-respect and dignity by ministering to the whole person: emotionally, intellectually and spiritually.

In addition to meeting the basic needs of food and shelter, the emphasis of the Transitional or long-term program has been on implementing individualized programming that addresses the issues that led each resident to homelessness.

Several days after settling in at the shelter, a new resident is interviewed by the shelter team.
We assess each one's strengths, needs and insight into their particular situation.
NHC Case Management staff creates 'schedule' of activities that provides meaningful input into return to successful, independent living.

We also assist with Social Security, food stamp and Medicaid referrals and getting medications and birth certificates.  Our case manager coordinates with all service agencies like MHMR, STAR, Paris Counseling or Health and Human Services.  Children are referred for counseling if needed, and all parents are expected to attend parenting classes.  Because we are a faith-based program, residents are expected to participate in morning devotionals and at least one church service of their choice a week.
Victory Ministries of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc
1901 Cedar
McAllen, TX 78501
956-702-2781
Drug, alcohol, gang member residential program.

The residential program provides a temporary shelter for homeless males with drug, alcohol, and gang related problems.

Hours: 24 hours a day, every day.
Crossroads At Park Place, Inc.
3827 Broadway
Houston, TX 77017
713.252.3604
What We Do: Crossroads are open each Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.

We serve breakfast and lunch along with a generous portion of friendship. Shower facilities are available for women and men, we offer laundry services, a clothing closet, hygiene and first aid products, haircuts, computer terminals and our community partners provide medical and social services.

Our Mission: Crossroads opened its doors in October 2001 with a simple mission: to provide services to promote the health, hygiene and dignity of homeless persons in Southeast Houston.
Living Word In The CliffS Ministries
522 Shadyway Dr.
Dallas, TX 75232
(469)254-1419
Living Word In The Cliffs Ministries is a 12month nonprofit organization committed to the rehabilitation and transformation of formerly incarcerated and homeless men with drug/alcohol addictions, providing a positive, drug-free, safe, and structured environment with guidance that integrates their physical, spiritual, and emotional lives, giving training that brings about character change and total restoration from addictive behaviors.
Brighter Tomorrows
928 Bluebird Dr
Irving, TX 75061
(972) 254-4003
Brighter Tomorrows provides free emergency shelter for victims of domestic and sexual violence at 2 locations. Each location provides 35 beds in a safe, supportive environment. Our shelters are staffed 24 hours a day, year round. The shelters are fenced and equipped with security cameras.

Brighter Tomorrows Transitional Housing Program is available to families that are no longer in immediate crisis. Our program helps survivors develop skills to stabilize their finances and provide for their own futures.
Grace and Joy Transitional Living
6342 Ludington Dr
Houston, TX 77035
832-890-9253
Transitional Living for the elderly and disabled women we also serve disabled males as well income-based program that offers 3 meals per day educational programs and to help those to be come back productive in society
New Beginnings Church
1001 Belle Plain St.
Brownwood, TX 76801
325-643-6089
Cold weather shelter. We open the doors to the church when it is going to be down in the freezing mark.
Miryam's Hostel - Loaves and Fishes
2009 Congress Street
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 224-1373
Emergency Women's Center

APPLY ONLY IN PERSON Loaves & Fishes the soup kitchen at 2009 Congress Street (at corner of Chartres)
 
INTAKE  3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
First come, first served!
Please note:   Our 8 beds fill up quickly. Must be on time.

Women who live on the street have special needs not always addressed by agencies. We offer a clean, secure dormitory bed for up to four nights, a hot bath, clean pajamas, and breakfast. We do not need her explanation for being on the street-we just care about her safety and well-being. Women needing this temporary service are also eligible to apply for residency in one of our regular women's houses.
The Madeline House & Grace Outreach
P.O. Box 1456
Mount Vernon, TX 75457
903-717-2317
We are a Christian emergency temporary shelter for women and children. We also have an outreach service to assist in connecting ladies with criminal background friendly employers, insurance, substance abuse rehabilitation, mental treatment, We are highly confidential for protection of residents and staff.

We facilitate weekly recovery and bible study groups among other events as weekly church service and money management. We have childcare for women working.
Good Neighbor Settlement House
1254 E Tyler St
Brownsville, TX 78520
(956) 542-2368
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday
Breakfast: 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Dinner: 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Emergency food pantry
After-Hours Transportation Program to Ozanam Center

Showers: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

Clothing Voucher: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

List of Services:
Communication Services
Use of Mailing Address
Phone Service
Copies
Translation Assistance
Fax
Catholic Charities Respite Center Shelter
1721 W Beaumont Ave
McAllen, TX 78501
(956) 648-6361
Temporary Shelter
   Valid Photo ID for all adults in the household
    Birth certificates & social security cards for all children in the household
    Eviction notice if available or letter from friend or relative situation

    
    Not based on income but we will not tolerate any type of misbehavior.


The Humanitarian Crisis Relief was an effort which began last summer due to the influx of immigrants crossing the border who didnt have an adequate place to rest. Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley (CCRGV) with the help of the Sacred Heart Church, the City of McAllen, as well as volunteers and donations, opened its doors to the Humanitarian Respite center, located at 1721 Beamount Ave, in McAllen, Texas. Currently, the center provides a place for the countless men, women, children, and infant refugees to rest, have a warm meal, a shower, and change into clean clothing as well as receive medicine and other supplies, before continuing onto their journey. As of December 2017, The Humanitarian Respite Center has assisted over 80,000 individuals