Programs providing financial assistance and training.
Services designed to promote health, and wellness.
Programs that enhance and foster improved education.
GODTEL Ministries, Inc. (936) 569-7914
Provides shelter and physical and spiritual essentials to those in need.
Love INC of Nacogdoches (936) 569-8555
The Fresh Start program provides rent payments for families facing eviction with verifiable crises.
Christian Women's Job Corps (936) 564-2952
Helps people obtain the skills needed to break the cycle of poverty and find meaningful work.
NAUW aims to provide families and individuals who are experiencing financial difficulties opportunities to succeed.
NAUW accomplishes this by supporting agencies that work directly with these groups as well as supporting and partnering with financial institutions that offer courses on managing finances.
NAUW also partners with SFA and other entities to identify and address the root causes that have led to a high rate of poverty in our region.
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council (936) 634-5753
Ongoing planning of alcohol programs through assessment of community needs and assistance, and development of programs.
Community RX Help (936) 568-0055
Provides prescription drugs for people with no medical insurance.
Family Crisis Center (Women's Shelter) (936) 639-1681
Formerly the Women's Shelter; provides 24-hour support, housing, and referral services to battered women and their children, including counseling to men, women, and children who are physically or sexually abused.
Nacogdoches HOPE (Helping Other People Eat) (936) 559-1801
Provides supplemental food to Nacogdoches County residents.
Nacogdoches Senior Center (936) 569-6350
Works with the various aging agencies of the county to provide a better and broader program for the elderly and assists in the development of new services.
Nacogdoches Treatment Center (936) 569-7173
Meets the needs of persons with disabilities whose needs are unmet in the community through other agencies or schools, regardless of their ability to pay.
NAUW works to improve the health of our region by supporting the work of our partner agencies engaged in improving the health of families and individuals in need. NAUW is also active with East Texas Community Health Services, Inc. as well as Nacogdoches Medical Center and Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital. Our staff serves on the Board of the Nacogdoches Area Cancer Coalition, assisting local cancer patients and their families by providing support that will enable them to continue their treatment.”
Boy Scouts (903) 597-0141
Program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating in citizenship and develops personal fitness.
Boys and Girls Club of Deep East Texas (936) 560-2344
Offers programs and leadership opportunities dedicated to enhancing the lives of youth.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) (936) 560-4711
Trains and supervises volunteers to speak in court for child victims of abuse and neglect to prepare them for a hopeful, productive future in a safe, permanent home.
Girl Scouts (936) 634-5813
Helps cultivate values, social conscience, and self-esteem in young girls, while also teaching them critical life skills that will enable them to succeed as adults.
The Glory Gang (936) 564-7265
Assists at-risk children to cope with and overcome the negative influences that surround them each day.
Harold's House (936) 634-1999
Child advocacy center serving sexually and physically abused children in East Texas.
The Helping House (936) 371-1536
Provides a learning environment for children with autism and developmental delays.
Solid Foundation Association (936) 615-3677
Provides an educational alternative for under-privileged children, primarily those living in single-parent households, who are at a high risk of falling through the cracks of the educational system.
NAUW works with area schools to improve education by focusing on school programming and resources, parent engagement tools, access to GED and ESL classes for adults, and increasing post-secondary enrollment.
We partner with SFA programs, athletics, and administration to assist in furthering the mission and goals of the University to provide top tier experiences for its students.
Also, NAUW helped found and continues to work with an SFA Student United Way organization, involving students in volunteering, advocating, and fundraising for those in need in our community.
NAUW is active in assisting SFA staff and faculty in partnerships that connect area business, funded agencies, and other non-profits with university resources.
2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, connects Texas citizens with the services they need. Whether by phone or internet, the goal is to present accurate, well-organized, and easy-to-find information from state and local health and human services programs. 2-1-1 Texas is a free, anonymous social service hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Dial 2-1-1, or (877) 541-7905, or visit www.211texas.org.
This document contains an organized list of services available to the community. The document is separated by each county that is serviced by Nacogdoches Area United Way (Nacogdoches, San Augustine, Shelby). Among each county, the agencies are listed by the basic need that the assist with.
For more information, please contact the agency directly by using the contact methods listed on the document.
This document contains an organized list of services available to the community. The document is separated by the need that the agency services.
For more information about receiving assistance please contact the specific agency by calling the telephone number listed on the document.
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