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Rent help in Galveston County.

Locate information on the leading agencies to call for rental assistance in Galveston Texas. Several charities, non-profits, churches and government programs may have funds to help pay rent or security deposits in an emergency. The goal is to prevent evictions and stop homelessness in the city of Galveston as well as larger county and community.

There are assistance programs available in Galveston to both help people pay their rent, as well as find and move into low income housing. Many of the non-profits are also a great place for information and referrals. Staff at the centers have information on government grant programs, loans for helping with rent, moving cost assistance, free legal aid and other housing solutions.

Families and individuals in the region can learn about federal government or state of Texas low income housing options, including section 8 and homeless prevention. There are housing or emergency rental assistance resources for single moms, immigrants, the elderly and others. Counselors at the organizations can oftentimes help people apply for longer term government grants at the same time as offering more immediate emergency rent help.

Galveston County Social Services
Services are provided to individuals and families in need residing in Galveston County. These programs include rent help and section 8 low income housing. The social service agency has office locations in Galveston, League City, and Texas City. The office combines free government grants with temporary cash assistance as well as other housing resources. Call for more information and to apply for rent help, grants, LIHEAP and more,

  • League City office - (409)765-2933, 174 Calder Road, Suite 142, League City, TX 77573
  • Galveston office - (409)770-5803, 123 25th St, Suite 4127, Galveston, Texas 77550
  • Texas City - (409)770-5803, 2516 Texas Avenue, Texas City, TX 77590

 

 

 

Catholic Charities
Dial (866)649-5862
1604 9th Ave N
Texas City, Texas 77590
Many types of assistance is offered for families, especially those with children. Some of the assistance programs include children and family counseling services, outreach, rental and assistance with energy bills, and legal aid, which can assist with landlord/tenant evictions. More on rent assistance from Galveston County Catholic Charities.

Galveston County Community Action Council, Inc.
Dial the non-profit at (409)762-8418
4700 Broadway Suite C101
Galveston, Texas 77550
Federal and state programs are available, and staff offer application assistance for programs such as homeless prevention and food stamps. They have information on government grants and resources that can assist with paying security deposits. A leading organization to call to either get funding for, or learn about, emergency rental assistance and eviction prevention.

Gulf Coast Center offers support, mostly to veterans, The main rent and housing program is PATH, which is Pathway for those facing homelessness or evictions. It includes transitional housing, case management, employment, and maybe future rental, security and utility deposit help. There may also be Housing First programs for the homeless. The address is 123 25th St #600, Galveston, Texas 77550. The PATH phone number is  (409) 944-4337.

Galveston County HUD-VASH Program is for veterans. It can stop homelessness as well as rehouse veterans (and their families). Get government grants, veteran benefits, emergency funds to pay rent to stop evictions, legal aid and more. The non-profit is at 3828 Avenue N, Galveston, TX 77550-6614.

 

 

 

 

The Jesse Tree provides short term housing solutions, including homeless shelters and potentially free motel vouchers. There may be meals, possible rent or utility help. guidance and more. The phone number is (409) 682-6218 for housing solutions. The charity address is 1619 Sealy Ave, Galveston, Texas 77550.

Galveston Housing Authority
Among some of the programs and services offered, the Galveston Housing Authority provides emergency rental as well as housing payment assistance. In addition, the local Housing Authority also can help qualified low income and working poor residents obtain Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers(HCV  from the federal government. Last, but not least, the Galveston Housing Authority offers Family Self-Sufficiency Programs to include Educational, Job Finding, and other programs. The Galveston office phone number is 409-765-1900, and address is 4700 Broadway, Galveston, Texas 77551.

Cal Farley's Family Resource Center
Address: 10497 Town & Country Way Suite 440
Houston, Texas 77024
Toll free phone number - (800)687-3722

Hitchcock Family Welfare
Main office address - 6915 2nd Street
Hitchcock, TX 77563
(409)986-5632
Hitchcock families can apply for help. The services provided include housing, clothing, rental payment assistance, and utility bills.

La Marque Aid and Guidance Center
Phone number - (409)938-7852
Address: 2222 Cedar Dr Suite C
La Marque, Texas 77568
If you have lived in the city at least 3 months, and meet income levels, you may qualify for assistance programs. In addition to rent and homeless prevention, others include employment and financial services.

The Children's Center, Inc.
Runs the Gulf Coast Outreach and Assistance Program
Located at 4700 Broadway Galveston Island Community Center
Galveston, Texas 77551
Call the non-profit at (409) 765-6561
The agency supports seniors and low income families. A combination of no interest loans and other monetary assistance is for paying rent. Advice on housing challenges is also provided.

Only women (or migrants) fleeing domestic violence, abuse, or sexual violence can get help from Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County. There is legal aid, supportive services (including financial help for rent or security/utility deposits), furniture and more. The address is 1204 45th Street, Galveston, Texas 77550. Dial (409) 763-1441. Any emergency financial help for housing, rent, or bills is one time only.

 

 

 

 

Grants and Housing Department offers referrals. The main address is 905 25th Street, Galveston, TX 77553. They have details on homeless prevention and rapid rehousing as well as loans or grants for buying a home. Call (409) 797-3820.

Interfaith Caring Ministries is for families, tenants, or individuals in the Clear Creek Or Friendswood Independent School Districts only. The charity offers referrals, senior outreach, assistance with rent and more. The address is 151 Park Ave, League City, Texas 77573. any rent help or seasonal support is one time only. Phone - (281) 332-3881.

Lighthouse Christian Ministries
Call (281)339-3033 for information
800 Grand Ave
Bacliff, TX 77518
A number of financial assistance programs are run. One of the leading social services and charity type organizations in Galveston County Texas. Get help with rent and preventing evictions, food, and help with other bills and expenses.

Lone Star Legal Aid, Galveston Office
2200 Market Street, Suite 301
Galveston, TX 775501802
For intake, dial (409) 763-0381
Free legal representation and advice can stop evictions, help tenants with unsafe housing, and resolve disputes over deposits held in escrow or rent payments. They also ensure safe housing is available in the greater Galveston County area.

Interfaith Caring Ministries
Address is 151 Park Avenue
League City, TX 77573
Using government grants, the non-profit provides assistance for back rent expenses, and in some cases the funds may be issued in the form of an emergency loan. Other help is for security deposits and referrals to low income housing.

M.I. Lewis Social Service Center
2605 44th Street
Dickinson, Texas 77539
Call (281) 534-2043
Offers the low income, unemployed, and other income qualified individuals with emergency rental and housing payment assistance. Programs are focused on residents of Dickinson, Bacliff, and San Leon Texas.  School supplies, clothing, and other vouchers are offered.

Santa Fe Family Service
Office address - 4205 Jackson Street
Santa Fe, TX 77510
24 hour hotline is (409)927-4133
Get help with basic needs, including rent and utilities. An on-site service referral center/program also makes resource referrals to government programs and local organizations. Services and assistance is targeted at clients in need for help with counseling services, housing, rent, and other services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The A.R.C. of the Gulf Coast
Telephone - (281)388-1161
1600 E. Highway 6 Suite 201
Alvin, Texas 77512
Mentally challenged individuals in the Gulf Coast area can access many forms of assistance. Services include rent and utility assistance, educational training, support, referrals, shelter, and more.

The Salvation Army
Call or stop by for food pantry, rent assistance, counseling or placement into a homeless shelter. There is also case management, rent and housing assistance, and a thrift store in Galveston County. Also get referrals and information on government services and programs. An overnight shelter is also available for homeless. More on Galveston County Salvation Army rent assistance.

  • Texas City office - Telephone number - (409)935-1190, 4210 Texas Ave, Texas City, Texas 77591
  • Galveston Mission - (409)736-1691, 2228 Broadway, Galveston, TX 77550

St. Vincent's Episcopal House
Branch office - 2817 Post Office
Galveston, Texas 77550
Phone (409) 763-8521
Applicants for rent or utility assistance need an eviction notice from their landlord or property owner. There is help for Spanish speakers and immigrants too.

 

By Jon McNamara

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