County Resources

 

County Resources


This list may not include all available services in a county; please call 2-1-1 to find other resources in your area. TCJC does not endorse any organization's services or religious affiliations, and we cannot guarantee that services will be provided. Before visiting an organization, please contact them about availability, waitlists, and eligibility requirements.


Harris County Resources

Community Health Services

Healthcare for the Homeless - Houston, Cathedral Clinic

1212 Prairie, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 220-9730 | homeless-healthcare.org

The Cathedral Clinic is open at various times for primary medical care, women and children's care, case management, counseling and psychiatry.

Spring Branch Community Health Center - West Houston Clinic

19333 Clay Rd., Katy, TX 77449 | (713) 462-6555 | (281) 717-4456 | www.sbchc.net

A community clinic offering adult health care, pediatrics, dental care, behavioral care and women's health care. They accept Medicaid, Medicare and Private Insurance and can assist clients in applying for public benefits. Hours at this location: Monday

Healthcare for the Homeless - Houston, SEARCH Homeless Services - Resource Center

2505 Fannin, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 276-3079 | homeless-healthcare.org

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US Vets - Houston Service Center

1418 Preston St. Suite 2, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 797-2913 | www.usvetsinc.org

U.S.VETS is a private non-profit organization providing housing, employment and counseling services to our nation

HOPE Clinic - Main Office

7001 Corporate Dr., Houston, TX 77036 | (713) 773-0803 | (713) 271-5422 | hopechc.org

A community healthcare clinic. HOPE provides health care services to all regardless of the patients

Vecino Health Centers - Denver Harbor Family Clinic

424 Hahlo St., Houston, TX 77020-3022 | Call for appointments: Medical (713) 674-3326, Dental (713) 343-5502 Counseling (713) 674-3326 | www.denverharborclinic.org

A community clinic. Services offered include medical care, dental care, counseling services and other educational events. They are not a free clinic, but fees are affordable for all. They accept Medicaid, CHIP, CHIP Perinatal, and other private insurance plans. They also offer a family assistance plan for cash patients. Ask our representatives when making your appointment.

HOPE Clinic - West Houston

12121 Richmond Ave. #215, Houston, TX 77082 | (713) 773-0803 | (713) 271-5422 | hopechc.org

A community healthcare clinic. HOPE provides health care services to all regardless of the patients

Houston Area Community Services - Main Campus

2150 W. 18th St. Suite 300, Houston, TX 77008 | (713) 426-0027 | (713) 426.0211 | hacstxs.org

Houston Area Community Services offers the full scope of primary care and core specialty care medical services for the entire family. doctor and babyA community healthcare clinic that provides comprehensive preventative healthcare to people of all ages including Well Woman, Well Man, and Well Child exams. Services include: family practice, internal medicine, OB/GYN, pediatrics, HIV-related Care, medical case management, pharmacy and podiatry.

Houston Area Community Services - Spring Cypress

17010 Sugar Pine Dr., Houston, TX 77090 | (281) 537-8627 | (281) 537-8628 | hacstxs.org

Houston Area Community Services offers the full scope of primary care and core specialty care medical services for the entire family. doctor and babyA community healthcare clinic that provides comprehensive preventative healthcare to people of all ages including Well Woman, Well Man, and Well Child exams. Services include: family practice, internal medicine, OB/GYN, pediatrics, HIV-related Care, medical case management, pharmacy and podiatry.

Houston Department of Health and Human Services - Adult/Foreign Travel Immunization Clinic

8000 N. Stadium Dr., Houston, TX 77054 | (832) 393-5427 | www.houstontx.gov

Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Open Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Closed every second Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.Prices are listed on the website, but are subject to change based on the cost to the department.

Houston Department of Health and Human Services - La Nueva Casa de Amigos Health Center

1809 N. Main, Houston, TX 77009 | (713) 547-8000 | www.houstontx.gov

This location provides family planning services and some children's health care.

Houston Department of Health and Human Services - Northside Health Center

8504 Schuller, Houston, TX 77093 | Office: (713) 696-5900 orAppointments: (832) 393-5428 | (713) 694-4169 | www.houstontx.gov

They provide HIV/STD Counseling, Testing and Referral Services, Health Education/Risk Reduction, and Risk Counseling Services. For further information please call 713-696-5944. They also offer contraceptive education and services for women of child-bearing age, TB testing, services for children and other medical services. In order to qualify for family planning, maternity, dental and well child programs, you must complete eligibility screening and provide current documentation of the following: income (family), residency, dependents. marital Status and identification. For further information call the eligibility screener at 713-696-5930.

Houston Department of Health and Human Services - Sharpstown Health Services

6201 Bonhomme (South Tower), Houston, TX 77036 | (713) 780-5693 | www.houstontx.gov

This location offers HIV/STD Screening and STD Treatment, family planning, immunizations for adults and children and children's dental services.

Houston Department of Health and Human Services - Sunnyside Health Center

4605 Wilmington, Houston, TX 77051 | (713) 732-5000 | www.houstontx.gov

This location offers HIV/STD Screening and STD Treatment, TB testing, family planning and immunizations for children.

Houston West Vet Center

701 N. Post Oak Rd. Suite 102, Houston, TX 77024 | (713) 682-2288 or (877) 927-8387 | (713) 682-7818 | www.va.gov

Normal working hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends.

Houston Vet Center

3000 Richmond Ave. Suite 355, Houston, TX 77098 | (713) 523-0884 | (713) 523-4513 | www.va.gov

Normal working hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends.

Katy VA Outpatient Clinic

750 Westgreen Blvd., Katy, TX 77450 | (281) 578-4600 | (281) 579-1925 | www.va.gov

The Bristow Homeless Unit (PATH)

2627 Caroline St., Houston, TX 77004 | (713) 970-7413 | www.mhmraharris.org

This unit is designed to serve homeless and mentally ill people who are not receiving services at another MHMRA clinic. They offer the following services: physician assessment, medication management, individual and group counseling, substance abuse assessment and counseling, nursing services, wrap around case management, sack lunches, showers, laundry, phones, lockers, and access to the clothing closet. Open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Legacy Community Health Services - Lyons Campus

5602 Lyons Ave., Houston, TX 77020 | (832) 548-5400 | (832) 548-5482 | www.legacycommunityhealth.org

Legacy Community Health Services provides primary care, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services for adults and children, family planning, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.They tailor services to meet the needs of each patient regardless of age, sex, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability to pay. Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

2615 Fannin St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 874-6590 or (866) 649-5862 | www.catholiccharities.org

The Counseling Services program provides individual, couple and family counseling, as well as workshops/presentations for men, women and children. These services are provided by licensed clinicians who hold Master

Legacy Community Health Services - Bissonnet Clinic

12667 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX 77099 | (281) 498-6100 | (281) 498-6105 | www.legacycommunityhealth.org

Legacy Community Health Services provides primary care, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services for adults and children, family planning, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.They tailor services to meet the needs of each patient regardless of age, sex, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability to pay. Hours: Mon - Thu 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Central Care Community Health Center - Acres Home

1102-A Pinemont, Houston, TX 77018 | (281) 822-0900 | (281) 822-0906 | www.centralcarechc.org

A community Healthcare clinic. Services offered include medical, dental, family planning, pediatrics, mental health, pharmacy and transportation. Central Care

Legacy Community Health Services - Baker-Ripley Clinic

6500 Rookin St. Building B Suite 200, Houston, TX 77074 | (713) 351-7350 | (713) 351-7351 | www.legacycommunityhealth.org

Legacy Community Health Services provides primary care, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services for adults and children, family planning, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.They tailor services to meet the needs of each patient regardless of age, sex, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability to pay. Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Central Care Community Health Center - Hillcroft

14065 S. Main St., Houston, TX 77035 | (832) 954-7647 | (713) 333-1777 | www.centralcarechc.org

A community Healthcare clinic. Services offered include medical, dental, family planning, pediatrics, mental health, pharmacy and transportation. Central Care

Legacy Community Health Services - Mapleridge Campus

6550 Mapleridge St. Suite 106, Houston, TX 77081 | (713) 779-7200 | (713) 665-2266 | www.legacycommunityhealth.org

Legacy Community Health Services provides primary care, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services for adults and children, family planning, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.They tailor services to meet the needs of each patient regardless of age, sex, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability to pay. Hours: Mon - Thu 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Central Care Community Health Center - MLK

8610 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Houston, TX 77033 | (713) 734-0199 | (713) 734-1564 | www.centralcarechc.org

A community Healthcare clinic. Services offered include medical, dental, family planning, pediatrics, mental health, pharmacy and transportation. Central Care

Legacy Community Health Services - Southwest Campus

6441 High Star Dr., Houston, TX 77074 | (832) 548-5300 | (713) 779-9872 | www.legacycommunityhealth.org

Legacy Community Health Services provides primary care, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services for adults and children, family planning, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.They tailor services to meet the needs of each patient regardless of age, sex, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability to pay. Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Central Care Community Health Center - Riverside (Third Ward)

3315 Delano St., Houston, TX 77004 | (713) 831-9663 | (713) 831-9660 | www.centralcarechc.org

A community Healthcare clinic. Services offered include medical, dental, family planning, pediatrics, mental health, pharmacy and transportation. Central Care

Legacy Community Health Services - Montrose Campus

1415 California St., Houston, TX 77266 | (832) 548-5100 | (713) 523-0200 | www.legacycommunityhealth.org

Legacy Community Health Services provides primary care, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services for adults and children, family planning, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.They tailor services to meet the needs of each patient regardless of age, sex, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability to pay. Hours: 8:00AM-7:00PM M-Th 8:00AM-5:00PM F

Central Care Community Health Center - Yale

4040 Yale St., Houston, TX 77018 | (713) 333-1445 | (713) 333-1777 | www.centralcarechc.org

A community Healthcare clinic. Services offered include medical, dental, family planning, pediatrics, mental health, pharmacy and transportation. Central Care

Lord of the Streets/Community of the Streets Outreach

3401 Fannin St., Houston, TX 77004 | (713) 526-0311 | www.lordsofthestreets.org

Lord of the Streets/Community of the Streets houses the Caritas health Clinic, which offers a wide variety of primary health care services on Tuesdays from 11 am to 3 pm and on Thursdays from 8 am to 3 pm. The organization also offers many other social services to the homeless, including meals, transportation, shelter, financial assistance and referrals to other services.

El Centro de Corazon - Eastwood Health Center

412 Telephone Rd., Houston, TX 77023 | (713) 660-1880 | www.elcentrodecorazon.org

A community healthcare clinic. El Centro provides all services in Spanish, dental, mental, & primary health care and nutrition classes for the whole family. El Centro accepts all Medicaid/CHIP plans and offers a sliding fee scale discount program. Please make an appointment.

MHMR Authority of Harris County - Southwest Clinic

7011 Southwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77074 | (713) 970-7070 | www.mhmraharris.org

Provides community mental health services. Use the intake or main phone number to contact an office for an appointment or to ask for more information about eligibility and programs. The 24-hour crisis hotline is (713) 970-7000 These crisis numbers are for people facing an emergency situation, such as having a homicidal or suicidal thoughts. If your call is an emergency, a crisis team may be sent out to help manage your situation. If necessary, emergency services may also be contacted to respond to your crisis. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

El Centro de Corazon - John S. Dunn Health Center

7635 Canal St., Houston, TX 77012 | (713) 660-1880 | www.elcentrodecorazon.org

A community healthcare clinic. El Centro provides all services in Spanish, dental, mental, & primary health care and nutrition classes for the whole family. El Centro accepts all Medicaid/CHIP plans and offers a sliding fee scale discount program. Please make an appointment.

MHMR Authority of Harris County - MHMRA Eligibility Center

3630 W. Dallas St., Houston, TX 77019 | (713) 970-4444 | www.mhmraharris.org

The MHMRA Eligibility Center is a walk-in facility that provides clinical assessments to adults and children seeking mental health services on a first come first serve basis. Since appointment availability is based on daily volume and staff availability, there is a possibility that appointments may be booked up before your number is called. The earlier your arrival, the better chance of obtaining an appointment for that date. Hours: Monday

El Centro de Corazon - Magnolia Health Center

7037 Capitol St. Suite N100, Houston, TX 77011 | (713) 660-1880 | www.elcentrodecorazon.org

A community healthcare clinic. El Centro provides all services in Spanish, dental, mental, & primary health care and nutrition classes for the whole family. El Centro accepts all Medicaid/CHIP plans and offers a sliding fee scale discount program. Please make an appointment.

MHMR Authority of Harris County - Southeast Clinic

5901 Long Dr., Houston, TX 77087 | (713) 970-7070 | www.mhmraharris.org

Provides community mental health services. Use the intake or main phone number to contact an office for an appointment or to ask for more information about eligibility and programs. The 24-hour crisis hotline is (713) 970-7000 These crisis numbers are for people facing an emergency situation, such as having a homicidal or suicidal thoughts. If your call is an emergency, a crisis team may be sent out to help manage your situation. If necessary, emergency services may also be contacted to respond to your crisis. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Good Neighbor Healthcare Center

190 Heights Boulevard, Houston, TX 77007 | (713) 529-3597 | (713) 529-9169 | www.gnhc.org

Good Neighbor offers primary and preventative care. Spanish speaking staff are available. The following areas of services are offered: dental, optometry, family medicine, behavioral health services and prenatal care. Payment is on a sliding scale with proof of income. You must make an appointment.

MHMR Authority of Harris County - Northwest Clinic

3737 Dacoma Rd., Houston, TX 77092 | (713) 970-7070 | www.mhmraharris.org

Provides community mental health services. Use the intake or main phone number to contact an office for an appointment or to ask for more information about eligibility and programs. The 24-hour crisis hotline is (713) 970-7000 These crisis numbers are for people facing an emergency situation, such as having a homicidal or suicidal thoughts. If your call is an emergency, a crisis team may be sent out to help manage your situation. If necessary, emergency services may also be contacted to respond to your crisis. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Harris County Healthcare Alliance

1310 Prairie St. Suite 1080, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 368-3285 | (713) 368-3938 | www.hchalliance.org

They oversee many programs designed to provide healthcare to the uninsured and underinsured.

MHMR Authority of Harris County - Ripley Clinic

340 N. Sidney St., Houston, TX 77003 | (713) 970-7070 | www.mhmraharris.org

Provides community mental health services. Use the intake or main phone number to contact an office for an appointment or to ask for more information about eligibility and programs. The 24-hour crisis hotline is (713) 970-7000 These crisis numbers are for people facing an emergency situation, such as having a homicidal or suicidal thoughts. If your call is an emergency, a crisis team may be sent out to help manage your situation. If necessary, emergency services may also be contacted to respond to your crisis. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Harris County Indigent Health Care Program

2525 Holly Hall Suite 200, Houston, TX 77054 | (713) 566-6257 | (713) 566-6544 | www.dshs.state.tx.us

This program provides basic medical services to residents of this county who cannot receive health care coverage from any other source and who are eligible for the program. Eligibility is based on income and resources.

Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center - Health Care for Re-entry Veterans (HCRV) Program

2002 Holcombe Boulevard, Houston, TX 77030 | (713) 791-1414 | www.va.gov

The Health Care for Re-entry Veterans (HCRV) Program is designed to address the community re-entry needs of incarcerated Veterans. HCRV services include: outreach and pre-release assessments services for Veterans in prison, referrals and linkages to medical, psychiatric, and social services, including employment services upon release and short term case management assistance upon release. HCRV also provides information to Veterans while they are incarcerated so they may plan for re-entry themselves.

Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services - Antoine Clinic

5815 Antoine Suite A, Houston, TX 77091 | (713) 602-3300 | (713) 602-3374 | www.hcphes.org

Offers various free, low-cost or sliding scale health services such as family planning, adult wellness exams, STD testing, and immunizations for adults and children.

Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center - Tomball VA Outpatient Clinic

1200 W. Main St., Tomball, TX 77375 | (281) 516-1505 | www.houston.va.gov

Primary care services for veterans.

Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services - Baytown Clinic

1000 Lee Dr., Baytown, TX 77520 | (281) 427-5195 | (281) 427-1785 | www.hcphes.org

Offers various free, low-cost or sliding scale health services such as family planning, adult wellness exams, STD testing, and immunizations for adults and children.

Pasadena Health Center

908 Southmore, Pasadena, TX 77502 | Call for an appointment: Medical: (713) 554-1091, Dental: (713) 554-0510, Counseling: (713) 554-1091 | (713) 554-1096 | www.pasadenahealthcenter.com

Services include family practice, dental services, OB/GYN services, pediatric services and counseling. The clinic accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Self Pay based on a sliding fee scale and private insurance. If you have a question please call and ask to speak to the eligibility officer to find out what your best option might be.

Planned Parenthood - Greenspoint Health Center

11834 Airline Dr. N., Houston, TX 77037 | (713) 514-1106 | www.plannedparenthood.org

Services offered include: birth control, general health care, HIV testing, men's health care, morning-after pill (emergency contraception), pregnancy testing & services, STD testing, treatment & vaccines and women's health care.

Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services - Humble Clinic

1730 Humble Place Dr., Humble, TX 77338 | (281) 446-4222 | (281) 446-9563 | www.hcphes.org

Offers various free, low-cost or sliding scale health services such as family planning, adult wellness exams, STD testing, and immunizations for adults and children.

Spring Branch Community Health Center - Hillendahl Clinic

1615 Hillendahl Blvd Suite 100, Houston, TX 77055 | (713) 462-6565 | (713) 462-6581 | www.sbchc.net

A community clinic offering adult health care, pediatrics, dental care, behavioral care and women's health care. They accept Medicaid, Medicare and Private Insurance and can assist clients in applying for public benefits. Hours at this location: Monday

Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services - Southeast Clinic

3737 Red Bluff Rd., Pasadena, TX 77503 | (713) 740-5000 | (713) 740-5110 | www.hcphes.org

Offers various free, low-cost or sliding scale health services such as family planning, adult wellness exams, STD testing, and immunizations for adults and children.

Spring Branch Community Health Center -Pitner Clinic

8575 Pitner Clinic, Houston, TX 77080 | (713) 462-6545 | (832) 369-3053 | www.sbchc.net

A community clinic offering adult health care, pediatrics, dental care, behavioral care and women's health care. They accept Medicaid, Medicare and Private Insurance and can assist clients in applying for public benefits. Hours at this location: Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 8am

Harris County Vet Center

14300 Cornerstone Village Dr. Suite 110, Houston, TX 77014 | (281) 537-7812 | (281) 583-8800 | www.va.gov

Normal working hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends.

County Probation Offices

Harris County Community Supervison & Corrections Department (CSCD) - Main Office Administration

49 San Jacinto St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-2700 | www.harriscountytx.gov

Harris County Community Supervison & Corrections Department (CSCD) - Criminal Courthouse

1201 Franklin St., Houston, TX 77002 | www.harriscountytx.gov

Harris County Community Supervison & Corrections Department (CSCD) - East Region

1000 Lee Dr., Baytown, TX 77520 | (281) 425-6100 | www.harriscountytx.gov

Harris County Community Supervison & Corrections Department (CSCD) - North Region/Special Programs

9111 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX 77093 | (713) 696-2000 | www.harriscountytx.gov

Harris County Community Supervison & Corrections Department (CSCD) - South Region

3330 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77021 | (713) 440-4700 | www.harriscountytx.gov

Harris County Community Supervison & Corrections Department (CSCD) - West Region

10585 Westoffice Dr., Houston, TX 77042 | (713) 953-8200 | www.harriscountytx.gov

Education Assistance

Harris County Department of Education (HCDE) - Adult Education

6300 Irvington Blvd., Houston, TX 77022 | (713) 694-6300 | www.hcde-texas.org

HCDE Adult Education provides free classes and other educational services at 65 sites in Harris County. Adult Education courses include: adult basic literacy and math skills, GED preparation and English as a second language (ESL)

AVANCE - Houston

4281 Dacoma St., Houston, TX 77092 | (713) 812-0033 | (713) 812-9829 | www.avancehouston.org

AVANCE Houston offers an array of parenting education and literacy programs to provide our families with the tools they need to achieve economic and educational success. AVANCE primarily serves pregnant Latina women and Latino families with children from birth to age three. They offer a nine-month Parent-Child Education Program of bilingual weekly three-hour classes that teach parents about child development and work with the children on language development, learning of basic concepts and skills, and social competence. Parents also attend classes in literacy, learning English and attaining a GED. They also offer a class for fathers about their importance in child development.

Capitol Idea Houston

Offices at Lone Star College and Houston Community College Southeast, TX (713) 718-8724 | (281) 582-6307 | www.capitalideahouston.org

They offer sponsorship for students. Sponsorship includes college preparation, covering tuition up to an associate's degree, guidance, book vouchers, assistance with childcare and job placement assistance.

Christian Women's Job Corps

Houston, TX (713) 228-2655 | missioncenters.org

Christian Women's Job Corps is a faith-based program where women in need are given skills for life and employment through job readiness, computer classes, Bible studies, GED preparation, nutrition classes, money management and more.

College of the Mainland Adult Education

Learning Resource Center Suite C 1200 Amburn Rd., Texas City, TX 77591 | (409) 933-8294 or (888) 258-8859 | www.com.edu

The Adult Education Program is a learning-centered, basic skills program dedicated to student success through improving students' reading, writing, mathematics and English language skills, which enhances both their opportunities and the economic prosperity of the diverse community served.College of the Mainland offers Adult Basic Education courses leading to GED preparation and English as a second language courses at two dozen locations throughout the Mainland Galveston County, Galveston Island and Bay Area Houston/NASA areas.

Harris County Public Library - Literacy & English as a Second Language

Houston, TX (713) 749-9035 | www.hcpl.net

The Harris County Public Library's literacy and English as a second language programs help adults with the basic reading and writing and/or spoken English skills they need to reach work, family and personal goals.

Brighter Future, Inc.

2721 Broadway, Houston, TX 77017 | (713) 282-0249 | (713) 383-0249 | www.brighterfutureinc.com

They offer free or income-based programs for adults including ESL - English As A Second Language, GED - General Education Diploma preparation and reading, math and health.

Houston Center for Literacy

2401 Portsmouth St. #230, Houston, TX 77098 | (713) 640-8200 | (713) 640-8247 | www.houliteracy.org

Houston Center for Literacy connects learners with the education they need to be prepared for the future.Literacy providers offer adults classes in GED preparation, Adult Basic Education (ABE), English as a Second Language (ESL), Family Literacy, Computer Literacy, Health Literacy, Financial Literacy and Civics/Citizenship.

Houston Community College - Accelerate Program

3100 Main St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 718-5369 | (713) 718-7617/5377 | hccs.edu

The Accelerate HCC program has enrolled its first group of Adult Education students who are also concurrently attending career-training classes held within the confines of the Harris County Jail. The Accelerate HCC model prepares Adult Education students for the GED or improves their basic skills.Concurrent enrollment reduces considerably the time required to complete a course of study, accelerates measureable progress, and improves completion rates. Under certain conditions, if such Corrections students continue their training in a contextualized concurrent enrollment format at HCC after release, they are eligible for reduced tuition. Dwight Williams is the Adult Education Teacher Supervisor for the Institutionalized and Corrections sites.For more information about Accelerate HCC concurrent enrollment of Correction Education students, contact Deborah Ewing, GED Transition Program Manager for Adult Education at deborah.ewing@hccs.edu or call 713.718.5369.

Houston Community College Adult Education

3100 Main St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 718-5400 | (713) 718-7617/5377 | hccs.edu

The HCC Adult Education Programs provide GED preparation, Adult Basic Education including English as a Second Language (ESL) training and Adult High School course completion services to eligible educationally disadvantaged clients. Reduced tuition is available for district Adult Education students training in a number of high demand careers including welding, air conditioning repair, auto mechanics, drafting, construction and medical billing and coding. Students receiving reduced tuition pay only $20.00 per semester credit hour, less than one-third of the full cost of training.

Literacy Advance of Houston - Bay Area Campus

1300 A Bay Area Blvd., Houston, TX 77058 | (281) 282-6032 | (281) 282-6013 | www.literacyadvance.org

Literacy Advance programs are targeted to help adults seeking to improve their literacy, helping them overcome challenges in employment, healthcare access, education, housing, and transportation - See more at: http://www.literacyadvance.org/About_Us/#sthash.OM1prT76.dpuf

Literacy Advance of Houston - Main Campus

2424 Wilcrest Dr. Suite 120, Houston, TX 77042 | (713) 266-8777 | (713) 266-8889 | www.literacyadvance.org

Literacy Advance programs are targeted to help adults seeking to improve their literacy, helping them overcome challenges in employment, healthcare access, education, housing, and transportation - See more at: http://www.literacyadvance.org/About_Us/#sthash.OM1prT76.dpuf

Lone Star College System - CyFair

9191 Barker Cypress Rd., Cypress, TX 77433 | (281) 290-3460 | (832) 482-1003 | www.lonestar.edu

The first step toward preparing for the new computer based 2014 version of the GED

Lone Star College System - Kingwood

20000 Kingwood Dr., Kingwood, TX 77339 | (281) 312-1660 | (281) 312-1612 | www.lonestar.edu

The first step toward preparing for the new computer based 2014 version of the GED

Lone Star College System - North Harris

2700 W. Thorne Dr., Houston, TX 77073 | (281) 618-5602 | (281) 618-5633 | www.lonestar.edu

The first step toward preparing for the new computer based 2014 version of the GED

Lone Star College System - Tomball

30555 Tomball Parkway, Tomball, TX 77375 | (281) 357-3676 | (281) 357-3726 | www.lonestar.edu

The first step toward preparing for the new computer based 2014 version of the GED

Lone Star College System - University Park

20515 State Highway 249, Houston, TX 77070 | (281) 290-2601 | (281) 290-3691 | www.lonestar.edu

The first step toward preparing for the new computer based 2014 version of the GED

Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans

6001 Gulf Freeway Bldg. E, Houston, TX 77023 | (713) 967-6700 | (713) 926-8035 | www.aama.org

They offer free GED Preparation, English as a Second Language, EL Civics and computer classes at locations around Houston.

Neuhaus Education Center - Margaret H. Ley Adult Literacy Program

4433 Bissonnet, Bellaire, TX 77401 | (713) 664-7676 | (713) 664-4744 | neuhaus.org

The Margaret H. Ley Adult Literacy Program offers evening continuing education classes for adults 18 and older in the spring and the fall at Neuhaus Education Center. Instruction is not free. Adults 18 and older are charged a $25 assessment fee and $200/semester tuition for evening continuing education classes; some scholarship assistance is available.

Open Door Mission Education Center

5803 Harrisburg Blvd., Houston, TX 77011 | (713) 921-7520 | (713) 921-4206 | www.opendoorhouston.org

Open Door Mission provides GED courses to not only their residential clients but the community as well. All services are free of charge excluding the testing fees.The GED classes are taught in English and have several working-parent friendly aspects not available at other programs.The Education Center also offers Basic Computer Skills classes to their residents. Skills taught include basic computer operations, typing, MS Word, email, and resume development.

Project One Focus

7401 Alabonson Rd. Suite C, Houston, TX 77088 | (281) 954-5846 | projectonefocus.org

They offer computer literacy, literacy skills, GED Preparation and English as a Second Language classes.

Employment Services

Goodwill Industries of Houston Job Connection Center- Charles R. Swain Memorial Contracts Center

1180 W. Loop North, Houston, TX 77055 | (713) 699-6334 | www.goodwillhouston.org

Goodwill of Houston provides job training, education, and more to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. It offers several job connection centers that serve individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, and who are ready, willing, and able to be engaged in meaningful employment. It also provides assessment and training in business and computer skills, interview preparation, and job readiness. Computer and internet access, as well as telephones and fax machines, are available to clients at each center. Hours: Monday-Friday hours: 8 AM - 4:30 PMSaturday-Sunday hours: Closed

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Astrodome

9315 Stella Link Rd, Houston, TX 77025 | (713) 661-3220 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Goodwill Industries of Houston Job Connection Center- Heights Programs and Services Job Connection

215 W. 20th, Houston, TX 77008 | (713) 699-6305 | www.goodwillhouston.org

This center serves young adults from the juvenile justice system. Goodwill of Houston provides job training, education, and more to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. It offers several job connection centers that serve individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, and who are ready, willing, and able to be engaged in meaningful employment. It also provides assessment and training in business and computer skills, interview preparation, and job readiness. Computer and internet access, as well as telephones and fax machines, are available to clients at each center.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Baytown

6952 Garth Rd., Baytown, TX 77521 | (281) 837-0079 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Goodwill Industries of Houston Job Connection Center- Meyerland

9606 Hillcroft, Houston, TX 77096 | (832) 900-7454 | www.goodwillhouston.org

Goodwill of Houston provides job training, education, and more to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. It offers several job connection centers that serve individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, and who are ready, willing, and able to be engaged in meaningful employment. It also provides assessment and training in business and computer skills, interview preparation, and job readiness. Computer and internet access, as well as telephones and fax machines, are available to clients at each center. This center specializes in older workers.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Cypress Station

70 FM 1960 West #A, Houston, TX 77090 | (281) 891-2850 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Goodwill Industries of Houston Job Connection Center- River Oaks

2520 Brun St., Houston, TX 77019 | (713) 590-3123 | www.goodwillhouston.org

Goodwill of Houston provides job training, education, and more to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. It offers several job connection centers that serve individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, and who are ready, willing, and able to be engaged in meaningful employment. It also provides assessment and training in business and computer skills, interview preparation, and job readiness. Computer and internet access, as well as telephones and fax machines, are available to clients at each center.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - East End

5104 Harrisburg, Houston, TX 77011 | (713) 228-8848 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Humble

9668 FM 1960 Bypass Rd. W., Humble, TX 77338 | (281) 446-4837 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Goodwill Industries of Houston Job Connection Center- San Jacinto Programs and Services

3121 San Jacinto St., Houston, TX 77008 | (713) 699-6351 | www.goodwillhouston.org

Goodwill of Houston provides job training, education, and more to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. It offers several job connection centers that serve individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, and who are ready, willing, and able to be engaged in meaningful employment. It also provides assessment and training in business and computer skills, interview preparation, and job readiness. Computer and internet access, as well as telephones and fax machines, are available to clients at each center.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Liberty

2131 Hwy 146 Bypass, Liberty, TX 77575 | (936) 336-8063 or (888) 469-5627 press 77575 or CSC - (888) 600-5936 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Goodwill Industries of Houston Job Connection Center- Goodwill Temporary Services

2411 Bay Area Blvd., Houston, TX 77058 | (281) 480-3930 | www.goodwillhouston.org

Goodwill of Houston provides job training, education, and more to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. It offers several job connection centers that serve individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, and who are ready, willing, and able to be engaged in meaningful employment. It also provides assessment and training in business and computer skills, interview preparation, and job readiness. Computer and internet access, as well as telephones and fax machines, are available to clients at each center.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Northeast

4217 Tidwell Rd. Suite A, Houston, TX 77093 | (713) 694-5087 or CSC - (888) 600-5936 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Harvest Life Career Development Unit

4565 South Wayside Suite 104, Houston, TX 77087 | (713) 921-7771 | www.harvestlifefoundation.org

A two-week work readiness workshop teaches clients everything they need to know to participate in the job market and deal with the issues, attitudes and behaviors that can often get in the way of obtaining and maintaining successful employment. During the program, clients learn how to develop a professional resume, are given lessons on financial management and budgeting and participate in mock interviews that allow them to practice explaining their criminal history. Clients are then given extensive assistance with finding a job and then advancing in their position.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Northline

4424 N. Freeway Suite A, Houston, TX 77022 | (713) 692-7755 or CSC - (888) 600-5936 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Labor Finders- Houston

9651 Bissonnet St. Suite 300, Houston, TX 77036 | (713) 432-1314 | www.laborfinders.com

Labor Finders specializes in finding qualified temporary workers for industrial, commercial, and construction projects. Labor Finders is a convenient way for individuals to get to work fast, as they can begin work immediately, work when they want, get paid daily or weekly, and learn new skills. Please note that Labor Finders only provides temporary jobs and should not be considered for long-term employment. Interested individuals should search for job openings on Labor Finders

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Northshore

14355 E. Wallisville Rd., Houston, TX 77049 | (281) 458-1155 or CSC - (888) 600-5936 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Labor Finders- Pasadena

638 Preston Ave., Pasadena, TX 77503 | (713) 534-8717 | www.laborfinders.com

Labor Finders specializes in finding qualified temporary workers for industrial, commercial, and construction projects. Labor Finders is a convenient way for individuals to get to work fast, as they can begin work immediately, work when they want, get paid daily or weekly, and learn new skills. Please note that Labor Finders only provides temporary jobs and should not be considered for long-term employment. Interested individuals should search for job openings on Labor Finders.com.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Pasadena

103 Pasadena Town Square Mall, Pasadena, TX 77506 | (713) 472-1608 or CSC - (888) 600-5936 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Lone Star Veterans Association

170 Heights Blvd., Houston, TX 77007 | (832) 390-1249 Veteran Crisis Line: 1 (800) 273-8255, Press 1 | www.lonestarveterans.org

This organization assists veterans in transitioning from military service into civilian careers. They offer resume writing workshops, career networking events and other services to help the veteran find employment. They also offer many other programs such as social and family programs for the veteran.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Southwest

12710 Bissonnet, Houston, TX 77099 | (281) 564-2660 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

SEARCH Homeless Services - Resource Center

2505 Fannin, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 739-7752 | (713) 739-9201 | www.searchhomeless.org

SEARCH offers job readiness, skills training, employment placement assistance and case management. In addition to educational programs, clients work closely with a case manager/employment counselor to make their job search and employment successful. Participants receive supplemental resources necessary to obtain employment, including work clothes, basic tools, bus tokens, meals, access to computers, telephones, voicemail and more.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Westheimer

8373 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77063 | (713) 953-9211 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Texas Department of Assistance and Rehabilitation Services (DARS) Region IV

Houston, TX (800) 628-5115 | www.dars.state.tx.us

DARS provides physically or mentally disabled individuals with assistance in gaining the skills needed for certain careers. Specifically, it offers vocational rehabilitation services, including tips on preparing for job interviews and keeping employment. DARS also provides specific services to deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals, such as guidance and counseling, hearing evaluations, communication assistance, and academic and vocational training. Individuals interested in signing up for benefits should call or visit their local DARS Division for Rehabilitation Services office. A list of local offices is available at www.dars.state.tx.us. When visiting an office, individuals should bring a photo ID, their social security card, proof of their home address, information relating to their medical history (including the name of their primary doctor), and their medical insurance card. DARS services are free of charge as long as a person meets certain basic requirements or if he or she is already receiving Social Security disability benefits.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Willowbrook

17517 Highway 249 @ N. Gessner, Houston, TX 77064 | (281) 807-9462 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(877)967-5228 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Texas Offenders Reentry Initiative (TORI)- Houston

1703 Gray St., Houston, TX 77003 | (713) 650-0595 | (713) 650-0597 | www.medc-tori.org

TORI is a non-profit, faith-based organization with a mission to guide and empower previously incarcerated individuals in maximizing their potential, increase opportunity, and promote a successful reintegration back to society. The TORI program focuses on individuals who are either on probation or parole, and who may be experiencing hopelessness, lack of support, unemployment, or substance abuse issues that might hinder them from succeeding. Please note that the TORI program cannot assist individuals with a conviction for any sexual offense. TORI has five locations in major cities throughout TX. Interested individuals should call the nearest center to make an appointment, or visit the office to enroll in the program.

Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast - Katy Mills

5000 Katy Mills Circle Suite 659, Katy, TX 77494 | (281) 644-1030 | www.wrksolutions.com

Job search assistance and resources are available to public free of charge. Toll Free: 1(800)888-5079 Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday

US Vets - Houston Service Center

1418 Preston St. Suite 2, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 797-2913 | www.usvetsinc.org

U.S. VETS is a private non-profit organization providing housing, employment and counseling services to our nation

Career and Recovery Resources, Inc.

2525 San Jacinto, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 754-7000 | (713) 754-7072 | careerandrecovery.org

They offer: Job Search Skills Training: workshops to provide knowledge and techniques that improve an individual's self-esteem, job chances, and motivate their job search; Job Placement Assistance: appropriate job leads and guidance by a professional employment specialist; Resume Preparation: techniques and tips on writing an effective resume; Computer Literacy Training: introduction to Windows and operation of popular computer software; Resource Center: tools and materials necessary for a successful job search. The Center offers information for more than 500 occupational areas, professional journals, reports on current job trends, directories and a complete line of audiovisual equipment and a Job Bank: up-to-date employment listings and local companies, universities and government agencies. Clients are provided access to computers, copiers, fax machines, phones and typewriters. They also offer specialized programs to help veterans find work.

Goodwill Industries of Houston Job Connection Center- Goodwill Houston Corporate Job Connection

1140 W. Loop North, Houston, TX 77055 | (832) 431-4471 | www.goodwillhouston.org

Serving Those With Disabilities (DARS Clients and Ticket to Work). Goodwill of Houston provides job training, education, and more to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. It offers several job connection centers that serve individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, and who are ready, willing, and able to be engaged in meaningful employment. It also provides assessment and training in business and computer skills, interview preparation, and job readiness. Computer and internet access, as well as telephones and fax machines, are available to clients at each center.

Housing Services

A & M Senior Village

A facility for homeless men who are 45 years and older and receiving social security. They may be physically disabled, ex-offenders (except for those convicted of murder), have a mental disability, and/or be a veteran. Must be on Medicare or Medicaid. Individual needs to complete application in person to fulfill intake process. Fees charged are $15.00 to $20.00 per day, depending on income. Length of stay in facility is unlimited.

Oxford House- True (Men)

7510 Troulon Dr., Houston, TX 77074-4230 | (281) 501-1936 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Baytown Housing Authority

1805 Cedar Bayou Rd., Baytown, TX 77520 | (281) 427-6686 | (281) 422.4307 | www.baytownhousing.org

This agency administers various public housing programs including Section 8 and Low Rent Public Housing for low income families. Eligibility for people convicted of criminal offenses varies and waiting lists are common.

Oxford House- Woodside (Women)

12831 Labelle Ln., Houston, TX 77015-2715 | (832) 203-5010 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Bread of Life - Daybreak - Low Impact Shelter

1703 Gray St., Houston, TX 77003 | (713) 650-0595 | (713) 650-0597 | www.breadoflifeinc.org

The Daybreak program welcomes homeless guests five days a week, beginning at 6:00 am. Other services provided at the shelter include substance abuse counseling/case management,access to laundry/shower/hygiene services, daily job training and employment assistance and a culinary arts program that prepares homeless people for certifications and assists clients with job search and placement.

Oxford House- Yorkwood (Women)

7235 Pinegrove Dr., Houston, TX 77092 | (281) 974-4791 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Pasadena Housing Program

1114 Davis, Pasadena, TX 77506 | (713 )475-4894 | (713) 477-3819 | www.hud.gov

This agency administers public housing programs such as Section 8 rental housing vouchers for low income families. Eligibility for people convicted of criminal offenses varies and waiting lists are common.

Brigid's Hope at The Beacon

1212 Prairie St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 590-3318 | www.beaconhomeless.org

Brigid

Recovery House

Recovery House provides transitional housing for men who have a drug or alcohol abuse problem. Individuals with sex offenses are not accepted, but those with violent offenses and individuals on electronic monitors are permitted. Residents must be serious about living a better lifestyle. Rent is $135 per week, and a $135 deposit is required. There is no minimum or maximum stay.

Buckner Family Place

8181 Fannin St. #2811, Houston, TX 77054 | (713) 799-9979 | www.buckner.org

Buckner Family Place in Houston provides single-parent families the opportunity to live in a safe, secure environment while the parent completes his or her educational or vocational goals and learns the necessary skills needed to become self-sufficient. Families receive support through the provision of affordable housing, financial assistance, and case management services which include referrals to parenting education, budget training, life skills and individual and group counseling.

Salvation Army Greater Houston

2208 Main St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 658-9205 | www.salvationarmyhouston.org

Salvation Army of Houston operates multiple shelters and transitional housing facilities and provides temporary assistance to individuals and families with rent, utilities, mortgage, food and clothing.

Covington House

Covington House provides transitional housing for men. Individuals with sex offenses are not accepted, but those with violent offenses and individuals on electronic monitors are permitted. Rent is $100 per week (includes program fees), and a $250 deposit is required.

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. - Bonita House

2605 Parker Rd., Houston, TX 77093 | (713) 691-0900 | (712) 691-0910 | www.santamariahostel.org

This location serves as the admissions office, offers residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment and supportive housing. Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. has programs for veterans, single women and women with children. All services are for women only.

Harmony House

602 Girard St., Houston, TX 77077 | (713) 236-0119 | www.harmonyhouse.org

Harmony House provides services to men who are employed in the Houston area, including transitional housing, as well as primary healthcare. The target population served at HHR is the gainfully employed homeless man in Houston/Harris County, who pays-a weekly fee for lodging. Residents range from present-day alcohol and/or substance abusers (damp), to those in active or long-term recovery (dry).

Harris County Housing Authority

8933 Interchange Dr., Houston, TX 77054 | (713) 578-2100 | (713) 669-4594 | www.hchatexas.org

This agency administers public housing programs such as Section 8 rental housing vouchers for low income families. Eligibility for people convicted of criminal offenses varies and waiting lists are common.

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc.

807 Paschall St., Houston, TX 77009 | (713) 222-0699 | www.santamariahostel.org

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. has programs for veterans, women with chemical dependency, single women and women with children. All services are for women only.

Harvest Life Foundation

4565 South Wayside Suite 104, Houston, TX 77087 | (713) 921-7771 | www.harvestlifefoundation.org

Harvest Life provides transitional housing, emergency housing and permanent housing for men recently released from prison. Individuals with sex offenses are not accepted, but those with violent offenses and individuals on electronic monitors are permitted. There is no minimum or maximum stay.

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. Residential Treatment and Supportive Housing

2005 Jacquelyn Dr., Houston, TX 77055 | (713) 957-2413 | (713) 400-1119 | www.santamariahostel.org

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. has programs for veterans, women with chemical dependency, single women and women with children. Programs include long-term transitional housing and emergency shelter. All services are for women only.

Houston Housing Authority

2640 Fountain View, Houston, TX 77057 | (713) 260-0500 | (713) 260-0812 | www.housingforhouston.com

This agency administers public housing programs such as Section 8 rental housing vouchers and Low Rent Public Housing for low income families. Eligibility for people convicted of criminal offenses varies and waiting lists are common.

Shay's House

PO Box 21166, Houston, TX 77226 | (832) 881-3193 | (713) 633-1045 | www.shayshouse.com

Joshua House

1813 Campbell Rd., Houston, TX 77080 | (713) 468-2236 | www.renewedinnovations.org

Joshua House provides transitional housing services for men and women. Individuals with sex offenses and those on electronic monitors are not accepted, but individuals with violent offenses are permitted. Rent is $135 per week and is negotiable. There is a two-year maximum stay, and residents must be sober for 30 days prior to acceptance.

Sonrise Community Church - The Center for Empowerment

5609 E. Mount Houston Rd., Houston, TX 77093 | (281) 449-0994 | www.grace.tv

A short-term shelter for men, women and children. They do not accept sexual offenders. Sonrise provides GED education programs, job training, drug/alcohol recovery and is a full family recovery center with counseling and parent-training programs. Most people stay about three months.

Last Chance Recovery Center

Last Chance Recovery Center (LCRC) is a long-term facility for men. Individuals with sex offenses are not accepted, but those with violent offenses and individuals on electronic monitors are permitted on a case-by-case basis. There is no minimum or maximum stay. Rent is $100 per week due up front for the entire length of stay, which includes meals and services. All residents must be willing to commit to changing their lifestyle through the services provided at LCRC. They must also be employed or be willing to be employed upon admission.

Spiller Personal Care

Spiller Personal Care provides transitional housing services for men and women. Individuals with sex offenses, violent offenses, and electronic monitors are accepted. Rent is $800 per month, and a $400 deposit is required. There is no minimum or maximum stay.

Magnificat House, Inc.

3300 Caroline St., Houston, TX 77004 | (713) 520-0461 | www.magnificathouse.org

Magnificat House provides transitional housing for men and women. Individuals with sex offenses and those on electronic monitors are not accepted, but individuals with violent offenses are permitted. Rent is based on income. There is no minimum or maximum stay.

Spirit Key, Inc.

13617 Kaltenbrun Rd., Houston, TX 77086 | (281) 813-0093 | www.spiritkey.org

Assists men in becoming productive citizen in a faith based community. Includes transitional housing, job training, life skills training, and a place for worship. A program designed for successful re-entry with an emphasis on re-entering the work force. Transitional work facility for homeless, veterans and ex-offenders. Located on five acres in North Houston in Harris County.

New Freedom Sober Living Home for Men

1206 Sherwood Forest St., Houston, TX 77043 | (713) 956-5597 | www.houstonhalfwayhouse.com

A New Freedom provides transitional housing for men. Individuals with sex offenses are not accepted, but those with violent offenses and individuals on electronic monitors are permitted. Rent is $135 per week for a double room or $200 for a single room. A deposit of $135 or $200 is also required. The recommended stay is 90 days. A New Freedom is a sober living home that provides a safe and clean living environment, with single rooms and double occupancy rooms, for men wanting to begin or continue in a 12 Step recovery program from drug and alcohol dependency.

Star of Hope Men's Development Center

1811 Ruiz St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 227-8900 | www.sohmission.org

The Men's Development Center offers a six month Spiritual Recovery Program and a year long Transitional Living Program (TLC). In TLC men are expected to remain gainfully employed and to practice the virtues of thrift and saving. Healthcare for the Homeless operates a primary medical care clinic here on Wednesdays from 1 a.m. to 7 p.m.

New Hope Housing

1414 Congress St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 224-1414 | www.newhopehousing.com

New Hope Housing operates seven low-cost, single-occupancy communities in Houston for men and women. A background check is required and certain felonies are not accepted, such as sexual offenses. To apply, an individual must have identification, a social security card and proof of income.

Star of Hope - New Horizons Long Term Housing

Houston, TX www.sohmission.org

A faith-based program in which clients are offered subsidized housing for up to a three-year period during which time the subsidy decreases incrementally, as the graduate

Abundance Living, Inc.

8512 Wheatley St., Houston, TX 77088 | (281) 931-5953 | (832) 217-3195 | www.abundancelivinginc.org

Abundance Living, Inc. is a Modified Therapeutic Community located in the Acres Homes area. They provide housing, counseling, job assistance, basic computer training and substance abuse counseling for returning home ex-offender population. They do not accept sexual offenders.

On Track Ministry

On Track Ministry provides transitional housing for men and women. Individuals with sex offenses that are not against children, violent offenses, and electronic monitors are accepted. Rent is $460 per month, and a $460 deposit is required. While there is no minimum or maximum stay, residents are asked to participate in and attend religious services during their stay.

Star of Hope Women & Family Emergency Shelter

419 Dowling, Houston, TX 77003 | (713) 222-2220 | www.sohmission.org

A faith-based shelter for women and their children. Within this facility is a medical clinic, a licensed day care, pre-school area, teen activity room, and a computer learning center.

Airline House

1607 Airline Dr., Houston, TX 77009 | (713) 861-3070 | (281) 583-8511 | www.renewedinnovations.org

Airline House provides transitional housing for men. Individuals with sex offenses involving children are not accepted, but those involving adults are permitted. Individuals on electronic monitors are also permitted. Rent is $95 per week or $105 if the man has an electronic monitor. A $210 deposit is required for individuals without an electronic monitor, and a $440 deposit is required for those with an electronic monitor. There is no minimum or maximum stay, but residents must be sober for 30 days before moving in. Two Alcoholic's Anonymous meetings per week take place on the premises.

Oxford House - Bellaire (Men)

6315 Ladera Dr., Houston, TX 77083-1414 | (832) 617-8397 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Star of Hope Randy & Kathy Tabor Transitional Living Center for Women & Families

6801 Ardmore, Houston, TX 77054 | (713) 748-7242 | www.sohmission.org

A faith-based transitional housing program for families that offers a substance abuse program, career and personal development programs, child care, computer learning center and other resources.

Oxford House- Bissonnet (Men)

4224 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX 77005 | (281) 974-2847 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Turning Point Center

1701 Jacquelyn Dr., Houston, TX 77055 | (713) 957-0099 | www.turningpointcenter.org

Turning Point Center provides a transitional housing facility for men and women 50 years of age and older. Individuals with sex offenses are not accepted, but those with violent offenses and individuals on electronic monitors are permitted as long as they are able to pay the fees themselves. Rent is $550 per month. There is no minimum or maximum stay. They also offer meals, clothing, counseling, job training and continuing education.

Oxford House-Braes Ridge (Women)

7703 Vickijohn Dr., Houston, TX 77071 | (713) 636-2467 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

US Vets - Houston Service Center

1418 Preston St. Suite 2, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 797-2913 | www.usvetsinc.org

U.S. VETS is a private non-profit organization providing housing, employment and counseling services to our nation

Oxford House - Butte Creek (Men)

17711 Butte Creek Rd., Houston, TX 77090-1811 | (832) 446-6524 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Victory Family Center

222 Royder, Houston, TX 77009 | Men's Recovery Center: (713) 699-4357 Women's Recovery Center: (713) 692-7668 | victoryfamilycenter.org

A faith-based residential program. Clients must be willing to make a minimum six-month commitment to the program. The recovery center is a live-in residential program. Residents are not allowed to work during the program. While in the program residents participate in daily Chapel services, group sessions, Bible studies and various work activities designed to motivate and build character. All services are free. They do ask family members to contribute if possible.

Oxford House - Carvel Lane (Men)

7147 Carvel Lane, Houston, TX 77074-4705 | (713) 636-2467 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Castle Rock (Men)

1423 Wagon Gap Trail, Houston, TX 77090 | (800) 689-6411 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Chimney Rock (Women)

5507 Effingham Dr., Houston, TX 77035 | (281) 974-3622 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House - Drenner Park (Women/Children)

6043 Drenner Park Lane, Houston, TX 77086-2949 | (832) 243-4250 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Fort Bend (Men)

14810 Earlswood Dr., Houston, TX 77083-5635 | (832) 230-8710 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Houston (Women)

8806 Petersham Dr., Houston, TX 77031-2717 | (713) 492-2000 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Inkberry (Men)

7047 Inkberry Dr., Houston, TX 77092 | (713) 808-9478 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Ludington (Men)

6830 Leader St., Houston, TX 77074-4916 | (713) 667-9924 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Lugary (Women)

9313 Lugary Dr., Houston, TX 77074 | (281) 888-3241 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House -Roadwood (Women)

2014 Roanwood Dr., Houston, TX 77090-2031 | (281) 919-2460 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House - Shalva (Women)

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Oxford House- Spellman (Men)

8115 Twin Hills Dr., Houston, TX 77071 | (281) 888-4999 | www.oxfordhouse.org

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported homes for individuals recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. The Oxford House Program provides individuals with a substance-free living environment entirely supported by the members of the home. Financial responsibilities are handled by the residents in each house, making a cooperative measure necessary for the success of the residents. Home tasks and activities are led by an officer of each house; officers are elected by other residents of the home and serve a six-month term before another election is held. Relapse is a large concern within the Oxford House system and is taken very seriously. If at any point the majority of the residents feel as if officers or other residents have relapsed, they will be expelled from the residence. To check for vacancies at the homes, go to www.oxfordvacancies.com.

Indigent Defense Services

Joline Hart 180 District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 14th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6344 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Kathy Tickle 232 Criminal District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 16th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6778 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Lawanda Smith County Criminal Court 7 Clerk

1201 Franklin 9th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6204 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Leticia Manning County Criminal Court 4 Clerk

1201 Franklin 8th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6192 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Linda Martinez Criminal Court 15 Clerk

1201 Franklin 11th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-4760 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Liz Medina County Criminal Court 1 Clerk

1201 Franklin 8th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6180 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Lola Adams 209 District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 17th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6378 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Margaret Bolton 182 District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 14th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6350 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Mekesha Rose 208 District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 17th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6374 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Michelle LeSuer County Criminal Court 5 Clerk

1201 Franklin 9th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6196 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Mindy Ochsner 178 District Criminal Court Coordinator

1201 Franklin 19th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6336 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Mona Lewis 263 Criminal District Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 15th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6944 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Nakia Mills 178 District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 19th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6336 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Petra Torres 179 District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 18th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6341 | (713) 368-9224 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Rebecca Smith Norman 337 Criminal District Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 15th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-7746 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Ronica Steen Criminal Court 14 Clerk

1201 Franklin 7th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-5683 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Sherila Johnson 185 District Criminal Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 17th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6362 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Sondra Gilliard County Criminal Court 8 Clerk

1201 Franklin 9th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6208 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Stephen Hailey County Criminal Court 11 Clerk

1201 Franklin 10th floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-7780 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Tom Jones 248 Criminal District Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 14th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-7094 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Angela Jerez County Criminal Court 9 Clerk

1201 Franklin 10th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6212 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Tramesha Randall 351 Criminal District Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 14th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-5620 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Argentina Vazquez County Criminal Court 3 Clerk

1201 Franklin 8th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6188 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Billie Brown County Criminal Court 2

1201 Franklin 7th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6184 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Dana Fernandez County Criminal Court 10 Clerk

1201 Franklin 10th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6216 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Deberely Ruth 184 District Criminal Court Coordinator

1201 Franklin 17th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6358 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Dodie Sheffield Criminal Court 13 Clerk

1201 Franklin 11th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-7950 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Elkin Nunez County Criminal Court 6 Clerk

1201 Franklin 9th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6200 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Gabriel Montero District Criminal Court 14 Clerk

1201 Franklin 11th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-5683 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Harris County Public Defender's Office

1201 Franklin 13th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 368-0016 | (713) 368-0016 | harriscountypublicdefender.org

Felony Appellate, Misdemeanor Appellate, Misdemeanor Mental Health, Felony, Juvenile

Heather McGuire 228 Criminal District Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 16th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6650 | (713) 368-9178 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Janet Garcia County Criminal Court 12 Clerk

1201 Franklin 10th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-7738 | www.ccl.hctx.net

John Meltzer 262 Criminal District Court Clerk

1201 Franklin 15th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-6961 | www.ccl.hctx.net

Legal Aid Services

Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program

1111 Bagby Suite FLB300, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 228-0732 | (713) 228-5826 | www.makejusticehappen.org

Provides free legal aid to low-income residents of Harris County by connecting them with volunteer lawyers who agree to handle their matters for free.

Lone Star Legal Aid

1415 Fannin St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 652-0077 | www.lonestarlegal.org

Lone Star Legal Aid

1415 Fannin St., Houston, TX 77002 | (800) 733-8394 | (713) 652-3814 | www.lonestarlegal.org

Legal Clinics

Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law

3100 Cleburne St., Houston, TX 77004 | (713) 313-7275 | www.tsulaw.edu

Immigration, Criminal Matters (Misdemeanors), Family Law (Simple Divorces/ No property and no children), Wills & Probate Matters, ADR/Mediation

Other

Family Services of Greater Houston Central Office

4625 Lillian St., Houston, TX 77007 | (713) 861-4849 | www.familyservices.org

Family Services provides professional, confidential counseling for individuals, children and families, and returning OIF/OEF veterans on a sliding fee scale. Family Services of Greater Houston also provides guidance through classes and assistance programs such as parenting & family life skills classes, substance abuse prevention, marriage education, case management, financial assistance and veteran's services.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

220 Meadowfern Dr., Houston, TX 77067 | (281) 874-0048 | (281) 775-7855 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Harris County Veterans Services Office

9418 Jensen Dr. Suite 200, Houston, TX 77093 | (281) 876-6600 | (713) 692-3963 | www.harriscountytx.gov

The Veteran Services Officer acts as an advocate and assists veterans and/or their survivors obtain entitled benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the State of Texas.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

1421 Little York, Houston, TX 77093 | (281) 372-2540 | (281) 372-2598 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Houston Food Bank

535 Portwall St., Houston, TX 77029 | (713) 223-3700 | www.houstonfoodbank.org

Call the helpline at (832) 369-9390 to locate a local food pantry. A food bank is a non-profit organization that collects and distributes food to hunger relief charities. Food usually comes from various sources in the food industry, like grocery stores and wholesalers, that have thousands of pounds of food to give away - food that could otherwise be thrown away.The food bank warehouses the food and re-distributes it to the community. Traditionally, a food bank does not distribute food directly to those in need. The warehouse does have emergency food pantry hours though.Emergency Food Pantry HoursMonday - Friday3:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.Saturday9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

9450 Harwin Dr., Houston, TX 77036 | (713) 266-5535 | (713) 268-1448 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Impact Houston Church of Christ

1712 Depelchin, Houston, TX 77007 | (713) 862-7011 | www.impacthouston.org

Impact Distribution Center is open Monday through Thursday to provide food and clothing and has furniture and household goods for special needs. Impact's main building is also open Monday through Thursday to provide a hot meal, shower and laundry facilities, a bible study, and relief from the outdoors for those who need it.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

3880 N. Freeway, Houston, TX 77022 | (713) 699-1098 | (713) 696-6876 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Interfaith Caring Ministries

151 Park Ave., League City, TX 77573 | (281) 332-3881 | (281) 332-3823 | www.icmtx.org

Interfaith Caring Ministries (ICM) assists southern Harris and northern Galveston County, TX, residents who have a documented financial crisis. Specifically, ICM supports qualifying individuals, families and seniors who live in the zip codes of Clear Creek and Friendswood Independent School Districts. ICM services include: emergency food, rent and utility assistance; medical assistance; vouchers for agency resale shops; and a senior outreach program. To evaluate if a person is eligible to receive services, an in-person assessment is mandatory. Hours of Operations: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

6124 Scott, Houston, TX 77021 | (713) 748-8450 | (713) 746-3465 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Loaves & Fishes Soup Kitchen

2009 Congress St, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 224-1373 | www.magnificathouse.org

Loaves and Fishes serves lunch to homeless people six days a week, Tuesday through Sunday and celebrates Catholic Mass on Sunday.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

2110 Telephone Rd., Houston, TX 77023 | (713) 921-5108 | (713) 967-7590 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Mission Centers of Houston - Gano Mission Center

1815 Gano St., Houston, TX 77009 | (713) 227-0304 | (713) 334-0611 | www.missioncenters.org

Operates a food pantry Monday - Wednesday at certain times for people who live in certain zip codes. Call for more information.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

2133 Hwy 6 Suite 100, Houston, TX 77077 | (281) 597-5200 | (281) 509-6749 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Mission Centers of Houston - Joy Fellowship Center

7629 Ave. F, Houston, TX 77012 | (713) 921-0197 | (713) 921-5090 | www.missioncenters.org

Operates a food and clothing pantry on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 am to 11:30 am. for people who live in certain zip codes. Call for more information.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

8511 N. Houston Rosslyn Rd., Houston, TX 77088 | (713) 895-6800 | (713) 895-6880 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Palmer Way Station

6221 Main St., Houston, TX 77030 | (713) 529-6196 | palmerchurch.org

Open Monday through Friday from 7-10 a.m. They offer a warm breakfast and, after their meal, clients can consult a case manager and receive medical and mental health services and referrals to community resources that serve their physical, psychological, and spiritual needs.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

2702 Cherry Brook Rd., Pasadena, TX 77502 | (713) 947-8130 | (713) 948-2019 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Salvation Army Greater Houston

2208 Main St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 658-9205 | www.salvationarmyhouston.org

Salvation Army of Houston operates multiple shelters and provides temporary assistance to individuals and families with rent, utilities, mortgage, food and clothing.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

29250 Tomball Parkway, Tomball, TX 77375 | (281) 351-0637 | (281) 255-3864 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

SEARCH Homeless Services - Resource Center

2505 Fannin, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 739-7752 | (713) 739-9201 | www.searchhomeless.org

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Veterans Services Office Harris County

9418 Jensen Dr. Suite 200, Houston, TX 77093 | (281) 876-6600 | (713) 692-3963 | www.vso.hctx.net

The Veterans Services Office assists veterans and their dependents with applications for compensation, pensions, hospitalization and other benefits through an intake process that includes information and referral services.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

1300 Business Hwy 146, Baytown, TX 77520 | (281) 427-9480 | (281) 428-8388 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

6500 N. Main, Crosby, TX 77532 | (281) 328-6613 | (281) 328-6223 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

10202 I-10 East, Houston, TX 77029 | (713) 673-6347 | (713) 671-8980 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

13838 Buffalo Speedway, Houston, TX 77045 | (713) 433-3145 | (713) 434-3024 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

10060 Fuqua, Houston, TX 77089 | (713) 946-6861 | (713) 948-3880 | www.yourtexasbenefits.com

The SNAP food benefits (formerly known as Food Stamps) helps people with low incomes and resources buy the food they need for good health. Medicaid Programs provide medical benefits for eligible low income adults, children, and families. CHIP offers a health insurance program for children. Call or visit website for program-specific eligibility information. Anyone convicted of a drug-related felony (possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance) after August 22, 1996, is not eligible for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits.Hours: M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.

The Beacon Day Center

1212 Prairie St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 220-9737 | www.beaconhomeless.org

The Beacon Day Center provides hot meals, private shower and lavatory facilities, laundry services and case management to Houston

Berean Adventist Community Service

2119 Saint Emanuel St., Houston, TX 77003-5954 | (713) 654-8945 | www.bereansdahouston.org

ACS provides monthly supplemental food bags and other forms of emergency assistance to referred families, walk-ins, and ongoing clients. They also provide referrals to other social services.

Bread of Life - Meals That Heal Program

1703 Gray St., Houston, TX 77003 | (713) 650-0595 | (713) 650-0597 | www.breadoflifeinc.org

Serves thousands of meals a month to homeless men and women 6 days a week.Breakfast five days a week at 6:30 a.m.Breakfast served Saturdays at 8:00 a.m. in the St. John

Cathedral Justice Project at The Beacon

1213 Prairie St., Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 220-9780 | www.beaconhomeless.org

Cathedral Justice Project at The Beacon provides pro bono legal assistance. They advocate for the homeless community before government agencies and courts of law, helping to resolve legal issues, and connecting homeless individuals with the resources that exist to help the poor.

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

326 S. Jensen Dr., Houston, TX 77003 | (713) 526-4611 or (866) 649-5862 (toll free) | www.catholiccharities.org

They provide food, rent, utilities, medication and emergency financial assistance and support services aimed at returning families and individuals to self-sufficiency. They have special programs for veterans.

The City of Houston Office of Veterans Affairs

901 Bagby 4th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (832) 393-0992 | www.houstontx.gov

The City of Houston Office of Veterans Affairs assists veterans of the United States Armed Forces to ensure that neither they, their dependents, nor survivors are denied access to the entitlements promised them by a grateful nation.

CROSSROADS at Park Place, Inc.

3827 Broadway Boulevard, Houston, TX 77017 | (713) 252-3604 | www.crossroadsatparkplace.org

They serve breakfast and lunch and provide separate showering facilities or women, men, and families. Volunteers launder and fold clothes while clients take part in meals, hairdressing services, needs assessments, social services referrals, health screenings, and other supportive interactions.CROSSROADS is open each Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Parole Offices

Houston I District Parole Office

4949 W. 34th St. #115, Houston, TX 77092 | (713) 956-1478 | (713) 957-5778 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Houston II District Parole Office

3322 Richmond Ave. 2nd Fl., Houston, TX 77098 | (713) 521-0820 | (713) 942-5590 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Houston III District Parole Office

8345 Telephone Rd., Houston, TX 77061 | (713) 644-0583 | (713) 643-9691 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Houston IV District Parole Office

5400 N. Sam Houston Pkwy E., Houston, TX 77032 | (281) 987-0001 | (281) 985-8118 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Houston V District Parole Office

2706 Cherrybrook Lane, Pasadena, TX 77502 | (713) 941-8345 | (832) 386-3904 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Houston VI District Parole Office

10110 Northwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77092 | (713) 685-7110 | (713) 685-7162 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Houston VII District Parole Office

2410 Hamilton St. #100, Houston, TX 77004 | (713) 650-8429 | (713) 427-8651 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Webster District Parole Office

12454 Highway 3, Webster, TX 77598 | (281) 212-8500 | (281) 218-6727 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Pretrial Services

Harris County Pretrial Services

1201 Franklin St. 12th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713)755-5440 | (713) 755-2929 | www.harriscountytx.gov

Specialty Courts

Family Intervention Court/ Infant and Toddler Court

The mission of the Infant Toddler Court & FamilyIntervention Court is to protect abused and neglected children in Harris County through a judicial process involving treatment, recovery,and reunification of families, where possible. Family dependency court; Court Manager-Regina Jones

Felony Mental Health Court Program

1201 Franklin, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-3867 | www.justex.net

A therapeutic court designed for defendants who have been charged with a felony offense (assaultive offenses and offenses involving possession or use of a firearm will be considered on a case by case basis) and diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness. The court will accept a defendant only if s/he wishes to voluntarily enter the court after consulting with his/her attorney.

Harris County SOBER Court : a DWI Court Program

1201 Franklin 7th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-5394 | www.ccl.hctx.net

SOBER Court is designed to increase public safety and reduce long-term costs to the criminal justice system and the community through intense supervision utilizing a multi-disciplinary, team effort. The goal is to break the cycle of addiction and reduce repeat DWI offenses with treatment and rehabilitation of participants through a process of accountability, frequent drug testing, education, substance abuse treatment, sanctions and incentives designed to promote long-term sobriety, accountability and productive lifestyles.

Harris County Veterans' Court

1201 Franklin 4th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 755-4610 | www.texvet.org

Veterans treatment court

Success Through Addiction Recovery (STAR) Program

STAR consists of a three-phase intensive, highly structured treatment program, followed by a 12-month aftercare program. During all phases, participants attend 12-step programs or an approved alternative, participate in group and individual treatment and counseling programs, submit to frequent random drug testing, and appear frequently before their judge. Adult post-adjudication drug court; Program Manager-Mary Covington

Treatment Programs

Career and Recovery Resources, Inc. - Alternative Drug & Alcohol Program

2525 San Jacinto, Houston, TX 77002 | (713) 754-7000 | (713) 754-7072 | careerandrecovery.org

The Alternative Program helps people begin the road to recovery and learn to lead productive lives without drugs and alcohol. To enhance the transition into employment, they also provide GED classes, a tutorial computer lab, and specialized job placement assistance. They offer:intake services, intensive outpatient services, group support services, individual support services, special focus on women's issues, HIV services and job placement assistance.

Cenikor Foundation Corporate Office

11111 Katy Freeway Suite 500, Houston, TX 77079 | (713) 266-9944 or (888) 236-4567 (toll free) | www.cenikor.org

Cenikor has a variety of programs including short-term and long-term inpatient programs, detoxification, outpatient and intensive outpatient services. Cenikor also provides adolescent short-term inpatient treatment, outpatient and intensive outpatient care. They have six locations in TX.

Cenikor Foundation

4525 Glenwood Ave., Deer Park, TX 77536 | (888) 236-4567 (toll free) | (281) 476-5581 | www.cenikor.org

This location is long-term adult inpatient substance abuse treatment. Cenikor has a variety of programs including short-term and long-term inpatient programs, detoxification, outpatient and intensive outpatient services. Cenikor also provides adolescent short-term inpatient treatment, outpatient and intensive outpatient care. They have six locations in TX.

Cheyenne Center

10525 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX 77093 | (713) 691-4898 | (713) 691-0024 | www.cheyennecenter.com

Cheyenne Center offers transitional and intensive residential and outpatient treatment for chemical dependence. They also offer a criminal justice diversion program (through federal, state and county contracts) and other services.

Cocaine Anonymous Texas Area Service Gulf Coast

Houston, TX (713) 668-6822 | ca-texas.org

Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. There are no dues or fees for membership. Call or go online to find a local meeting.

The Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houston

303 Jackson Hill St., Houston, TX 77007 | (713) 914-0556, (713) 942-4100 or(877) 777-8829 | www.council-houston.org

They offer support and information to all who may be adversely affected by alcohol, drugs, and other compulsive behaviors. Sliding fees are available for those who qualify. They provide the following services to adults (age 18 and over) seeking treatment and support in recovery:Clinical Screening & AssessmentTherapy (Individual, Family & Group)Healing Choices ProgramIntensive/Supportive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)Specialty Groups (open to non-treatment clients with issues related to eating disorders, trauma, sex and love addictions, codependency, DBT Skills, and dual diagnosis)Family ProgramAftercarePsychoeducation/Workshops

Crystal Meth Anonymous in Houston, Texas

Houston, TX (855) 638-4373 (HELPLINE) | www.cmahouston.org

Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal meth. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using. There are no dues or fees for CMA membership.

Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center

3043 Gessner Rd., Houston, TX 77080 | (713) 939-7272 or (877) 464-7272 (toll free) | www.mhparc.org

Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center provides intensive inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services. A 12-step program is provided free of charge, and other services can be paid with private insurance or self-pay. Medicaid is not accepted.

Narcotics Anonymous Houston Area

Houston, TX (713) 661-4200 | hascona.com

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a not for profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The desire to stop using is the only requirement for membership. The meetings are free and anyone may join.

Narcotics Anonymous - Northside Area

PO Box 1042, Tomball, TX 77377 | (713) 661-4200 | www.nascona.org

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a not for profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The desire to stop using is the only requirement for membership. The meetings are free and anyone may join. The Northside Area of Narcotics Anonymous serves the following areas: Brenham

Open Door Mission Drug & Alcohol Recovery Program

5803 Harrisburg Blvd., Houston, TX 77011 | (713) 921-7520 | (713) 921-4206 | www.opendoorhouston.org

An intensive, 9-month, faith-based program designed to help men overcome drug and alcohol addictions. When men enter the program, they are involved in a comprehensive curriculum of self-discovery, life-skills, and spiritual renewal, and Bible study. They also participate actively in mentoring, counseling, and 12-step work. Transitional housing services are available to men who complete the program.

Pills Anonymous

TX David G. (281) 948-4642 or Costa K. (310) 966-7664 | www.pillsanonymous.org

Pills Anonymous (PA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from pill addiction. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using pills. There are no dues or fees for PA membership. Call or go online to find a meeting.

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. Residential Treatment and Supportive Housing

2005 Jacquelyn Dr., Houston, TX 77055 | (713) 957-2413 | (713) 400-1119 | www.santamariahostel.org

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. has programs for veterans, women with chemical dependency, single women and women with children. Programs include long-term transitional housing and emergency shelter. All services are for women only.

S.T.E.P.S. Counseling

Houston, TX (713) 900-STEP (7837) | www.stepscounseling.com

They offer drug and alcohol counseling, mentoring and other programs for youth and adults. Most clients are referred from the court systems, probation officers, parole officers, child protective services case workers, and juvenile liaisons for JP courts.

Texas House

2208 W. 34th St., Houston, TX 77018 | (888) 268-0905 | www.texas-house.org

The Texas House is a comprehensive treatment program for indigent men with alcohol and other drug dependencies. The program is steeped in the traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous and operates as a Therapeutic Community. The Texas House Therapeutic Community is a positive peer driven environment offering a one year residential substance abuse treatment program for adult males.

Volunteers of America Texas in Greater Houston

4808 Yale St., Houston, TX 77018 | (713) 460-0781 | (713) 460-0988 | www.voatx.org

Their addiction treatment and recovery programs address not only the addiction itself, but also issues like poverty, homelessness and abuse that arise from chemical dependency. Programs include residential and outpatient addiction treatment for men and women, programs for pregnant women and women with children, parenting classes, job preparation and training programs, financial support services, housing placement and treatment for domestic abuse/trauma.

Crystal Meth Anonymous

6809 Guadalupe, Austin, TX 78752 | (855) 638-4373 (HELPLINE) | www.crystalmeth.org

Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal meth. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using. There are no dues or fees for CMA membership. Call or go online to find a local meeting.

Crystal Meth Anonymous

508 W. Nasa Rd. 1 Rm 4, Webster, TX 77598 | (855) 638-4373 (HELPLINE) | www.crystalmeth.org

Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal meth. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using. There are no dues or fees for CMA membership. Call or go online to find a local meeting.

Right Step - Houston Drug Rehab

902 W. Alabama St., Houston, TX 77006 | (877) 959-4059 | www.rightstep.com

There are thirteen Right Step substance abuse treatment facilities in the Houston area. Services provided include residential treatment, outpatient treatment, inpatient detoxification and aftercare. Private insurance and self-pay are the only methods of payment accepted. Payments are not accepted on a sliding scale.

Alcoholics Anonymous Oficina Interg Hisp De Houston

Meeting conducted in Spanish. Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous Intergrupo Hispano del Sur Oeste

Meeting conducted in Spanish. Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous Houston Intergroup Association, Inc.

4140 Directors Row Suites D & E, Houston, TX 77092 | (713) 686-6300 | www.aahouston.org

Phones are answered 24 hours a day by a recovered alcoholic. Alcoholics Anonymous

Area de Habla Hispana de Texas Narcoticos Anonimos

TX (888) 600-6229 | www.natexas.org

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a not for profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The desire to stop using is the only requirement for membership. This group includes Spanish speaking NA meetings in Austin, Brownsville, Dallas, Del Rio, El Paso, Houston, Laredo, Longview, Mansfield, Mackinney, San Antonio, Tyler, & Weslaco.The meetings are free and anyone may join.

Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans - Project Tejas

6001 Gulf Freeway Bldg. E, Houston, TX 77023 | (713) 926-9491 | www.aama.org

Project Tejas assists members of the community with issues related to alcohol and drugs. They provide individual and family counseling, along with specialty groups where participants discuss such topics as parenting training, risk reduction, coping skills, and HIV, TB, STDs, hepatitis, alcohol and drug awareness.

Bay Area Council on Drugs & Alcohol

1300A Bay Area Boulevard Suite 102, Houston, TX 77058 | (800) 510-3111 (Toll Free) | 979-549-9068 | bayareacouncilondrugsandalcohol.homestead.com

Bay Area Council provides an Outreach, Screening, and Referral (OSR) substance abuse program.