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    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
    The Texas City office will be closed for client in-office service. They are providing assistance via telephone. One staff member is working from home and clients may contact the Galveston location at (409) 762-2064, Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm. We provide Emergency Rent & Utility Assistance to individuals in Texas City and Galveston Independent School Districts. (Cities of Texas City, La Marque and Galveston)

    St. Vincent House
    Emergency Assistance: Emergency Assistance interviews will be conducted over the phone. The emergency assistance application can be found online at www.stvhope.org and can be submitted via email to frontoffice@stvhope.org. Contact (409) 763-8521 for assistance as well. Clinics: The clinics are available for video and phone call appointments. In clinic visits are at the discretion of the provider. Routine visits are to be delayed for a month. Routine refills may be given if requested without a visit.

    UTMBs clinic – (409) 765-2242, COVID19 Hotline – (409) 765-2236, Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday - Thursday, Fridays 8:00 am - 3 pm. 2817 Post Office, Galveston 77550, Galveston County Financial Assistance Available.

    The Salvation Army of Galveston County
    601 51st Street, Galveston, TX 77551, (409) 763-1691
    Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, Friday closed.
    We continue to work face to face with social distancing in place. Since we have relocated to our Galveston location (601 51st Galveston, TX 77551) appointments have been discontinued. We are currently doing walk-ins, however, we encourage everyone to CALL IN regarding supportive documentation. Food boxes are given out weekly. Galveston County Financial Assistance Available - Provides food, clothing, rent, utility assistance and emergency shelter to people facing hardships.

    M I Lewis Social Service Center
    (281) 534-2043, www.milewisctr.org
    Tuesday - Friday 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
    Caseworkers are both here and seeing clients, one person at a time. Food pantry baskets will be delivered to clients curbside. M I Lewis Provides Emergency Financial Assistance to individuals in Dickinson Independent School District and Galveston County. Financial Assistance Available by the Galveston County Community Action Council, PLEASE CALL FIRST. No walk in appointments, must call and do interview over the phone and email in supporting documents. Call (409) 765-7878 for more information.

    Interfaith Caring Ministries
    (281) 332-3881, www.icmtx.org
    We are still giving out food, with an appointment, Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am - 11:00 am.
    ICM is helping clients who live in the Clear Creek and Friendswood School Districts with rent and utility payments. The school districts are submitting their application and required documents by email and ICM is doing phone interviews. Checks are being mailed or can be picked up. The required documents and intake forms are available on ICM’s website, www.icmtx.org, and can be email or by phone (281) 332-3881…leave a message if no answer, calls will be returned. Email completed forms need to be sent to agreene@icmtx.org or sdomingo@icmtx.org and the recipient will be contacted within 48 hours.

    United Way Galveston County Mainland
    (409) 948-4211, www.uwgcm.org
    The United Way Galveston County Mainland office will be closed to the public, however all staff members will be working remotely. Staff will answer phone calls and respond to emails. Work in providing community resources will not cease.

    Galveston County Food Bank
    (409) 945-4232, www.galvestoncountyfoodbank.org
    The GCFB on site pantry at 624 4th Avenue in Texas City is only allowing two people in the front lobby at a time to check-in or register. Once registered, clients go back outside to a second door to receive prepackaged groceries. At this time, clients are not allowed in the pantry area to select items themselves. At mobile truck distribution sites, where feasible, a drive-thru will be implemented so clients do not get out of their cars. Clients at mobiles also do not have to physically sign to receive services at this  time which limits contact and implement social distancing. GCFB is also working with various entities to add additional mobile truck distribution sites. These additional sites provide easy access to nutritional food, personal hygiene items and cleaning supplies for the economically disadvantaged and underserved residents of Galveston County.

    Mainland Children's Partnership - Susan's MARKET
    (409) 643-8240, www.mcpartnership.org
    Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm with limited face-to-face intakes. Food is available to seniors and persons with special needs as long as supplies last. A client choice pantry serves the communities of Texas City, La Marque, Santa Fe and Hitchcock.

    211 Texas
    A program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. For immediate assistance, call 2-1-1 from your phone or visit www.211texas.org.

    Mental Health: Gulf Coast Center 24-Hour Crisis Hotline:
    1 (866) 729-3848
    Domestic Abuse: Resource & Crisis Center of Galveston County
    1 (800) 919-SAFE (7233)