Social services directory including: Abuse and neglect; community events; crisis hotlines and helplines; disabilities; education; employment assistance; food and utilities; health and wellness; home and family; housing and shelter; legal matters; mental health; parole and probation; transportation; veterans
CROCKETT RESOURCE CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
Independent living center (cooking, education, employment, financial, crafts, exercise, health fairs, disability programs, nursing home intervention, assistive technology, hearing aids)
FREE ON-LINE LEARNING
Website with various games, tutorials, helpful tips for everyday living. Topics include: Computer basics; technology, reading, math, everyday life; podcasts, etc. Must have Adobe Flash Player to play some of the games
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Medicaid for families and children; long-term care for people who are older or who have disabilities; SNAP food benefits and TANF cash assistance for families; behavioral health services; services to keep elderly or disabled in their homes and communities; women and other services with special health needs
Phone Number: 903-567-4147
Q Link Wireless provides a free cell phone with free monthly minutes to eligible Lifetime subscribers. You may qualify for Lifeline through Q Link Wireless if you participate in a government benefit program like Medicaid, Food Stamps (SNAP), SSI, Welfare or qualify based on income.
Phone Number: 855-754-6543
TEEN JUSTICE INITIATIVE TEXAS ADVOCACY PROJECT
Works to prevent teen dating violence through outreach and legal education any by providing free and confidential legal advice to survivors of dating violence in Texas and legal representation to minors seeking protective orders.
Phone Number: 800-374-4673