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Travis County transitional housing and shelters.

Residents of Travis County Texas that are either currently homeless or in the process of being evicted can receive help. Non-profits, often working with the state or federal government for funding, can provide qualified individuals with shelter or short term, transitional housing.

The locations can provide people a place to stay for a few nights. The transitional and low income housing units in the region provide longer term support. Those using the facilities will often need to attend case management, life skills, or job training programs. They will also receive assistance in finding a more permanent home in the greater Austin region.

So regardless of your personnel situation, whether you are homeless or not, individuals have options. Many agencies work to ensure people have safe, affordable housing available to them. While most of the focus is on the homeless, many other low income families can find help as well.

A New Entry
Address: 2206 E. 14th St.
Austin, Texas 78702
Telephone number is 512-524-8982
Transitional housing is a possibility for men who are willing able to achieve independence and gain employment. Those who use the housing unit need to be meet with a case manager to work on self-sufficiency and finding a permanent home.

Austin Travis County Integral Care (ATCIC)
Austin, Texas 78704
Telephone number - 512-804-3414
The agency is a Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Services unit.

Annunciation Maternity Home
Location 3610 Shell Rd.
Georgetown, TX 78628
This non-profit can provide shelter and housing for teenagers and women who are struggling with an unplanned pregnancy. Receive assistance including job assistance and placement, transportation, information on low income apartments, continuing education, prenatal and postnatal medical care, and more.





Austin Resource Center for the Homeless - ARCH
Main address is 500 E 7th St.
Austin, TX 78701
Call (512) 305-4100

Salvation Army Social Services Center - Greater Austin branch
4523 Tannehill Ln.
Austin, TX 78721
Emergency housing for people facing imminent eviction or that are currently homeless. Also receive other aid such as financial assistance for legal documents, meals, bus passes, and more. Those that stay at the shelter must use case management too.

Blackland Community Development Corporation
2005 Salina St.
Austin, Texas 78722
Call 512-972-5180 for intake
Up to one year of transitional housing and case management for married parents or homeless single individuals with children.

Casa Marianella
Address: 821 Gunter St.
Austin, TX 78702
Dial 512-385-5571
The site provides an emergency shelter for recent male and female immigrants and refugees. Free food, clothing, and ESL classes are available too.

A Gift House
Austin, TX 78753
(512) 577-1793




Project Transitions, Inc.
Location is 7101-B Woodrow Ave
Austin, TX 78757
HIV/AIDS patients and their families can receive low cost, transitional, subsidized housing. Also get help in locating and paying the rent on permanent housing or apartments.

Austin Shelter for Women and Children
4523 Tannehill Ln
Austin, TX 78721
Phone number of the shelter is (512) 933-0600

Texas Baptist Children's Home, Inc.
1101 N. Mays St.
Round Rock, TX 78664
Case management, transitional housing units, and shelter is available for single mothers and their children.

Foundation for the Homeless, Inc.
Austin, Texas 78755
Call 512-453-6570 for information.

Confidential Address
Austin, TX 78701
Telephone number is 512-735-2209
Short term, low income transitional housing units are offered to Travis County homeless and youth. Also receive free counseling, and independent living skills instruction, including budgeting. Get information on federal and state of Texas government subsidy housing programs as well, such as section 8 vouchers. The location offers an apartment-based residential program.

Salvation Army Social Services
Location of this center is 501 E. 8th St.
Austin, Texas 78701
This is another branch in Travis County. The location houses a dormitory-style transitional shelter and social workers also provide job search assistance. People need to save a portion of their income towards their rent at this unit.

Green Doors
1503 S. I-35
Austin, TX 78741
Dial 512-469-9130
This program is for veterans, their spouses and immediate family members.

Austin Children's Shelter
4800 Manor Rd.
Austin, TX 78723
Main phone number 512-499-0090






Saheli - Asian Family Support Services of Austin
Telephone – 877-281-8371
The agency can provide self-sufficiency services in an effort to help meet housing needs. This includes   financial literacy, employment assistance, information on  permanent housing resources and basic needs, and more. Get referrals to emergency rent and financial assistance programs in Travis County as well.

Project Transitions, Inc.
7101-B Woodrow Ave
Austin, TX 78757
The non-profit housing program is an apartment complex that offers transitional housing resources to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their families. Services available include assistance with planning and achieving personal goals, transportation to appointments, location of permanent housing, and individual assistance program plans.

Casa Marianella
Location of the agency is 821 Gunter St.
Austin, TX 78702
The center provides free, transitional housing for homeless immigrant women and/or refugees with children.

Front Steps
500 E 7th St
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 305-4100

Project Helping Hand
1000 Prarie Trail
Austin, TX 78758
Shelter, transitional, and low income, short term housing for people waiting for sober living accommodations or drug and alcohol treatment.

Cal Farley's
Whiteface, Texas 79010
Single parents can receive low income housing, basic needs, day care, a free meal, and other support from the non-profit.


By Jon McNamara

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