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Assistance programs Webb County Texas

Find how to get financial assistance with utility bills, rent, housing expenses, debts, and mortgage help in Laredo and Webb County Texas. Numerous non-profits, churches and charity organizations are operating across the area. They provide low to moderate income families with financial assistance in Laredo as well as free items, social services and more..

There may be free stuff given out as well. Whether food, clothes, or hotel or gasoline vouchers, those resources may be offered in Webb County Texas. Seasonal help is given out too, such as free Thanksgiving turkey dinners or Christmas toys for kids. Advice from the free Legal Services Corporation is available for the low income as well as car payment help Whether a legal or illegal immigrant, Hispanic, low income family, unemployed, or in a crisis, financial help as well as material support is offered in Laredo.

Financial assistance programs for paying bills, rent, and expenses in Webb County

Webb County Catholic Services, which can be reached at (956) 722-2443, meets the emergency financial needs of Laredo’s unemployed and low-income families. They provide rent help, eviction prevention, programs for them homeless, and debt assistance. Other programs are also run by the charity known as CCSL.

There is also a program known as Emergency Welfare Assistance of Laredo Texas. This resources has limited funding and may be able to offer financial assistance to persons and individuals with an urgent need for free food. There may also be free stuff or new or discounted clothing, prescription medication, and basic needs. Or get gasoline vouchers, bus passes, and assistance for paying utilities. Some volunteers offer low cost or free local medical transportation. Call (956)722-2443.

Non-English speakers and newcomers can apply for immigration services or adoption help. Catholic Services also have money for energy bills, budgeting advice, grants for medications or rent payments. There are also other social services to help prevent homelessness among the population. More details on the Webb County Catholic Social Services programs.

Laredo Salvation Army (phone (956) 723-2349) provides comprehensive emergency financial assistance as well as other social services to families and individuals in Webb County. The support addresses many needs including help with free food, money for paying rent and housing expenses, clothing, utility bill help, shelter, and counseling.

 

 

 

This faith based charity help immigrants as well as the vulnerable. There is a Family Store for low cost goods, Christmas toys from Angel Tree as well as “basic school supplies” for students in all grades. You may also learn about or work with a credit counselor to deal with medical and credit card debts. More information on help from Laredo Salvation Army.

Webb County Community Action Agency has a mission of dealing with, and ideally eliminating poverty in the local community. They can provide short term assistance for dealing with a crisis and help for bills, and also, more importantly, long term self-sufficiency programs. Phone (956) 523-4182. They offer.

  • Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing - This program deals with all issues that may cause people to become homeless. Get access to funds for paying rent, security deposits, utility bills, and more. Also, counseling is available to deal with some of the underlying problems to losing a home, such as extensive debt or poor budgeting skills.
     
  • Energy assistance - Learn about various options and grant programs that can help you pay electric and energy bills, including the Neighbor to Neighbor program. Find more on Texas utility assistance programs.
     
  • Community Social Services - This is a general assistance program, that provides help with certain expenses, counseling, referrals, and other forms of aid.
     
  • Elderly nutrition - Senior citizens can get access to food and groceries.
     
  • Free legal resources - Community Action can help the low income, immigrants and working poor access volunteer lawyers and advice. More on free Legal Services Corporation.
     
  • Weatherization - This program is free to qualified individuals, and it provides free energy conserving updates to homes, both owners and renters.
     
  • Job and income producing services can be arranged. The community action agency in Webb County will help clients make more money, gain skills, benefit from ESL classes and more. As an example, find smartphone apps to make money as well as government job training services.

 

 

 

 

 

Centro Aztlan - Migrant & Seasonal Farm Work Assistance – Farm workers who are migrants can get rental assistance as well as placement into short term lodging. There are also free groceries or money for utilities. In a crisis, there is local work transportation, free food, legal services, and children clothing. The address is 406 Scott St Laredo, Texas 78040, dial (956)724-6244

Laredo HIV/AIDS Services Consortia, Inc. - Individuals with HIV/AIDS, or their immediate family members, can apply for limited amounts of utility bill assistance, medications, or emergency rental assistance. The non-profit also tries to offer nutritional supplements or access to rental of medical equipment, food vouchers, or transportation to the doctor. Patients can apply for other limited funeral and burial assistance. 1115 Chihuahua St Ste B, Laredo, TX 78043, phone (956)796-9335

The government also offer cash aid as well as welfare. It is generally for families living in poverty in Webb County. The amount of the cash payment (from TANF or welfare) may vary. But funds are offered. Learn more on phone numbers for welfare, which may be short term financial support.

Webb County Social Services – A number of financial assistance programs are offered from the three offices below. Some of the assistance programs run include energy bill assistance for a crisis or extreme weather, including LIHEAP. Free or low cost heaters or air conditioners may be distributed. There are also Medicaid and SNAP food stamps applications for low income Laredo families.

A special program for elderly and seniors can provide electric assistance. They also run the FEMA program for the government, which is providing assistance with mortgage payments and rent payment assistance when funding is made available. Also learn about the Reliant Energy Care Program as well as First Choice. Read more on Texas public aid.

  • 3 South Zapata Hwy, Mangana Hein Rd, Laredo, TX 78046. Dial (956)795-1661
  • 303 E. Twelve St, Bruni, Texas 78344, dial (361)747-5647

South Texas Community Action Corporation - Low income, seniors, and the disabled can contact this agency for referrals and help. Some resources are available in Webb County Texas. The organization administers programs such as Head Start, CEAP utility bill assistance, and many others. Case managers will help families overcome their financial hardships. If they can’t help you, then referrals may be available for public assistance such as SNAP food stamps. Read more Community Action Corporation of South Texas programs.

Bethany House of Laredo provides the needy with food. Get access to hot meals, including breakfast, lunch and dinner. The assistance is available to the low income, homeless, indigent, working poor, elderly, senior citizens, disabled and children through various charities and food programs throughout Laredo and Webb County.

 

 

 

 

They also may be able to provide rent help from government funded programs. When resources allow, Bethany House can provide financial assistance with rent and utilities assistance when funding is available. Call (956) 722-4152, or read more Bethany House programs.

San Luis Rey Catholic Church is an SVDP parish. The address is 3502 Sanders Ave, Laredo, TX 78040. Low cost thrift stores sell gently used goods. They assist migrants, immigrants and the poor with free meals, food, or clothes. Or get limited financial assistance. Call (956) 723-6587

Housing programs, including emergency rent help, grants for security deposits, homeless shelters, housing for immigrants and other support is offered. As many as 10 agencies in Laredo and Webb County focus on this. They try to stop homelessness and rehouse the vulnerable. Find Webb County rent assistance programs.

Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid of Laredo is a free service for the low income, elderly, and poor. Civil cases can be addressed. The lawyers and attorneys assist with immigration needs, housing discrimination, consumer debt issues, predatory lending and so much more. The location is 1702 Convent Ave., Laredo, TX 78040 . Free free legal aid or consultations, and an appointment, call 956-996-8752.

Food assistance, pantries, groceries and free meals

Another place to go to for food is the South Texas Food Bank. This non-profit charity organization partners  with other non-profit agencies and organizations to provide food assistance to Webb County families. In addition, the agency also sponsors an after school feeding program and help coordinate Meals on Wheels in Laredo.

They also run various elderly food assistance programs to ensure that no one goes without access to food.  Or learn about soup kitchens for hot meals. Counselors from the agency will also help families fill out the HHSC food stamp application so they can receive government assistance. Call (956) 726-3120

Laredo Regional Food Bank, Inc. (dial (956)723-3725) provides service to local pantries and clients with emergency referrals from participating agencies and charities.

Free food, hot meals, and applications to government food benefits is available. Whether low income, or in a short term hardship, help is offered around hunger prevention. There is food support for immigrants, children, the elderly and others.

There are many local food banks as well as free soup kitchens in Webb County. Several other churches and free food distribution centers can provide assistance to families. Find more regional Webb County free food banks.

Free dental care programs

Children can get free or reduced dental care from Gateway Community Health Center. Call (956) 795-8100. The dental care programs will improve children’s dental health by expanding the availability and provision of preventive dental services. Cleanings, exams, check ups, extractions and other support is arranged. Preventing a dental problem is by far the most effective way to assure positive future dental health outcomes of children and other low income individuals.

Free health clinics in Webb County Texas

Gateway Community Health Center, Inc. offers numerous medical programs on a sliding fee scale. Among them include pharmacy assistance and medications are dispensed from Center's two pharmacies to Center clients only. The Center assists clients and patients in obtaining costly medications through the various Drug Assistance Programs including the Pfizer Sharing the Care. Laredo Texas. Call (956)795-8100

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mercy Ministries of Laredo, phone (956)718-6810, may also offer low cost health care. Receive check ups, medications, X Rays, womens services, lab work, and much more.

Credit counseling and mortgage delinquency counseling

Consumer Credit Counseling Service / Money Management International administers the following programs for clients. There may also be other services in Webb County Texas. Call 866-889-9347.

  • Counseling for Budgeting, and Bankruptcy Advice.
  • Foreclosure Prevention, Mortgage Delinquency Assistance and Reverse Mortgage. Learn more on Texas foreclosure programs.
  • Student Loan Repayment.
  • Debt Management and Consolidation
  • Credit Score Analysis and Repair
  • Immigrants, Spanish speakers and Hispanics can get help as well. Find how immigrant credit building programs.

By Jon McNamara

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