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.


Atascosa County Resources

Community Health Services

Atascosa County Indigent Health Care Program

914 Main St. Rm 116, Jourdanton, TX 78026 | (830) 769-4174 | (830) 767-2047 | 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.

Atascosa Health Center Inc.

310, Pleasanton, TX 78064 | (830) 569-2527 | www.atascosahealthcenter.org

Provides medical and dental services for patients of all ages and incomes. Medical Office Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs and FriWednesday open 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. Dental Office Hours:Mon

Camino Real Community Services - Atascosa - McMullen MH Clinic

1749 Highway 97 East, Jourdanton, TX 78026 | (830) 767-2320 (Metro) or (830) 769-2704 (Local) | www.caminorealmhmr.org

Provides community mental health services. Use the main phone number to contact an office for an appointment or to ask for more information about eligibility and programs. The 24-hour, toll free Crisis Hotline is 1-800-543-5750. This crisis number is 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.

County Probation Offices

Atascosa County Community Supervision & Corrections Department Directory

914 Main St. Suite 120, Jourdanton, TX 78026 | (830) 769-3724 | (830) 769-2083 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Education Assistance

Education Services Center Region 20 Adult Education

1314 Hines Ave., San Antonio, TX 78208 | (210) 370-5473 | www.esc20.net

The Education Service Center Region 20 Adult Education Program helps adult learners build a strong foundation of academic skills so that they may fulfill their role as a worker, parent and citizen/community member. Adult education consists of four different courses which include:

Restore Education - Passport to College Program

1621 N. Main Ave. Suite 7, San Antonio, TX 78212 | (210) 432-6123 | (210) 401-6287 | www.restoreeducation.com

This program starts with remedial education and tutoring preliminary to GED prep, then moves on to taking the GED, college prep and college courses. The final stage of the program is follow-up and continuing support in college for GED graduates. Depending on previous educational levels, new students may enroll in the appropriate phase as needed.You are eligible:1) If you are 16 to 25 and have dropped out of a Texas public high school, and2) If you are willing to commit to work at a college level and finish what you start. This program also offers assistance with transportation, childcare, job training and placement and other emergency financial needs.

Palo Alto College

1400 W. Villaret, San Antonio, TX 78224 | (210) 486-3000 | www.accd.edu

Employment Services

Workforce Solutions Alamo

206 N. Smith St., Pleasanton, TX 78064 | (830) 569-4702 | (830) 281-6629 | www.workforcesolutionsalamo.org

Job search assistance and resources are available to the public free of charge. Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Housing Services

Family Endeavors - Supportive Services for Veteran Families

535 Bandera Rd., San Antonio, TX 78228 | (210) 431-6466 | www.familyendeavors.org

These supportive services include outreach, case management, help in obtaining VA benefits, emergency financial assistance for rent & utilities and assistance in obtaining and coordinating other public benefits.

Legal Aid Services

Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid

1111 N. Main Ave., San Antonio, TX 78212 | (800) 369-0356 | (210) 212-3774 | www.trla.org

Other

Family Endeavors - Supportive Services for Veteran Families

535 Bandera Rd., San Antonio, TX 78228 | (210) 431-6466 | www.familyendeavors.org

These supportive services include outreach, case management, help in obtaining VA benefits, emergency financial assistance for rent & utilities and assistance in obtaining and coordinating other public benefits.

Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Benefits Office

1306 Jiffy Blvd, Jourdanton, TX 78026 | (830) 769-3507 | (830) 769-2572 | 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 Pleasanton

2132 Second St., Pleasanton, TX 78064 | (830) 569-5498 | www.salvationarmytexas.org

Salvation Army Pleasanton provides emergency rent, prescriptions, utilities, clothing and household items. They also provide travelers' assistance and partner with local law enforcement, probation, churches and the housing authority to assist people in emergencies.

Parole Offices

San Antonio II District Parole Office

2821 Guadalupe St. Suite 106, San Antonio, TX 78207 | (210) 436-5885 | (210) 432-8660 | www.tdcj.state.tx.us

Treatment Programs

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) - Central Service Office of San Antonio

8804 Tradeway, San Antonio, TX 78217 | (210) 821-6325 | (210) 822-4491 | www.aasanantonio.org

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous Esperanza Area

PO Box 120094, San Antonio, TX 78212 | (210) 434-0665 or (800) 221 9091 (toll-free) | www.eanaonline.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. Serving the cities of Crystal City, Del Rio, Eagle Pass, Floresville, Laredo, Pleasanton, Poteet, San Antonio and surrounding counties