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Resource Guide

American Red Cross**.............................................................866-526-8300
An emergency social services and community health education organization that
provides disaster relief, assistance to military families and veterans, & transportation
services for elderly & disabled.

Bay Area Homeless Services**................................................281-837-1654
Assists homeless persons with emergency shelter & transitional shelter services. 
Also provides employment assistance services.
 
Bay Area Rehabilitation Center**.................................................281-838-4477
Provides pediatric and adult outpatient therapy and aquatics exercise programs, day 
habilitation, vocational training, high school transition services, and home and 
community based services to individuals with disabilities.
 
Bay Area Turning Point............................................................409-267-4337 
Provides confidential services for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault to 
include partner violence, rape, sexual abuse, human trafficking, child abuse, incest & 
elder abuse. Services provided to victims include assistance in obtaining a protective 
order, navigating & accessing rights through thecriminal justice system, individual 
counseling, support groups & temporary shelter.
 
Baytown Family YMCA.............................................................281-427-1797 
Provides after school care at school sites in GCCISD, summer day camp programs, 
youth sports and water safety classes, and baseball leagues for special needs 
children and adults.
 
Baytown Habitat for Humanity................................................281-427-0866
Brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Builds affordable 
homes for families in need.
 
Baytown Resource & Assistance Center**.................................281-424-5752
Provides emergency financial assistance such as food, rent and utilities to families in 
need.
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters...........................................................713-860-8216
Makes meaningful, positive, monitored matches between adult volunteers (Bigs) and 
children (Littles) ages 7-14 that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of the kids.
 
Boy Scouts, Sam Houston Area Council**...............................713-756-3318
Leads co-ed youth to lifelong values, service and achievement by providing educational 
and training programs, which develop character, citizenship and personal fitness.
 
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate).......................................936-334-9000
Recruits, trains & supports court-appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interest 
of every abused/neglected child/teen in the foster care system. Services include Fostering
Futures Program, which equips teens with life skills, and the Collaborative Family 
Engagement program which finds family connections. CASA is a "Chance for the Child."
 
Church Women United Child Care Center**.....................................281-427-2507
Provides affordable care and high quality early education for children six-weeks to five 
years for low-income families.
 
Collaborative for Children.....................................................................713-600-1100
Improves the quality of early childhood education by working with child care centers in 
Baytown & Mont Belvieu.
 
Communities In Schools of Baytown**..............................................281-425-3304
Connects community resources with GCCISD schools to help students learn, stay in
school & successfully prepare for life.
 
DePelchin Children’s Center**..............................................................713-730-2335
Delivers counseling services for children and their families through school-based programs. 
Also provides foster care, post adoption counseling, & parent education programs.
 
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council**...................................................713-292-0300
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
 
Houston Volunteer Lawyers**..............................................................713-228-0732
Offers free legal services to low-income families & individuals. Refers qualified applicants 
to licensed attorneys who volunteer their time.
 
Love Network of Baytown........................................................281-422-LOVE (5683)
Multiple-needs service organization that assists with basic needs such as food, clothing, 
medical, gasoline and documentation such as birth certificates & IDs. Also, some work-
related assistance provided after job verification.
 
Baytown Meals on Wheels**.................................................................281-427-2145
Supplies hot, home-delivered meals at lunchtime for seniors 60 years of age or older who 
qualify under the Texas State Assessment Program.
 
The Bridge Over Troubled Waters.......................................................713-473-2801
Provides services to women, children & men who are impacted by domestic & sexual 
violence. Services include hotline assistance, case management & individual counseling, 
legal advocacy & accompaniment, child advocacy support groups & shelter.
 
Unlimited Visions Aftercare................................................................. 281-427-8786
Provides prevention, treatment and recovery support services in both outpatient and 
residential environments that meet the spiritual and physical needs of adults, adolescents
and families with substance use disorders.
 
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