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Assistance in Atascosa, Bandera, Frio, and Gillispie County Texas.

Emergency financial help for bills, rent, medications

Atascosa Christian Assistance Ministry which is located in Poteet Texas (phone (830)742-4901) is a church that provides financial assistance to all low income families, regardless of their income. But proof of need is required when applying.

They can get access to free clothing and bedding, free food, limited household items such as cooking utensils and furniture. In some cases, the charity will have emergency financial assistance with paying for utility bills, water, electric expenses (will not pay on security deposits, reconnect fees, or late fees), and they can also offer prescription medications. Find more details on help from Atascosa Christian Assistance Ministry.

The counties of Gillispie, Atascosa, Bandera, and Frio are all served by the Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc. This is the local community action agency of the region, and they provide utility and electric bill assistance, migrant / farmworker assistance, Section 8 Housing in Texas, and counseling/case management services. Pleasonton, Pearsall and Seguin Texas. (830)569-2731

Bandera County Helping Hand Center can help people just from that county. The agency offers limited grants and financial assistance to those who qualify for emergency aid and support. Services offered by the agency include utility and cooling bill assistance and information and referral to other charities and federal government and Texas programs. For example, learn about Texas energy bill assistance programs. Or call the center at (830)796-8300

The Gillespie County Community Needs Council offers programs and assistance for people at the poverty level and who are low to moderate income. Just a sampling of the programs and resources offered include emergency financial assistance with paying for housing, air conditioning and utility bills, free or low cost child care, gasoline vouchers, medical (i.e., medication, dental, vision), as well as credit and debt counseling. Call the non-profit agency at (830)997-9756.

 

 

 

 

Fredericksburg Texas Food Pantry - Provides free food assistance as well as groceries to low-income families. (830)997-9383

Community clinics in South Central Texas region

A health clinic for the southern Texas region is The Good Samaritan Center. The center is a charitable medical and dental clinic for the low income and uninsured that helps a wide variety of people, and does not turn anyone away. It focuses on the low income individuals and families that have no health insurance or other access to medical or health care. Click here for information on other Texas community clinics, or call the clinic at (830)990-8651.

South Texas Rural Health Services, Inc. is a local Dilley based community clinic. Call them at (830)965-1797. The services they offer include pharmacy, lab work, radiology, HIV/AIDS testing and health counseling, dental assistance and checkups, family planning, , health education, nutrition counseling, and transportation assistance.

 

 

 

 

The clinic also offers Women's Health Program, services for migrants, primary health care, and dental services. Also offers low-income women a variety of medical care, ages 18-64, access to screening and diagnostic services (mammograms and/or pap tests) for breast and cervical cancer.

By Jon McNamara

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