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Other Helpful Organizations

I want to know about other organizations in Texas that may be able to help me. 

Thanks to various non-profit groups, government agencies, and other associations, there are a variety of helpful organizations that stand ready to assist you. 

Please see the sections below for a listing of other helpful organizations available to help you.

 

 

Other Helpful Organizations -- Government and Legal Aid Resources 

 

Note: Each of the links ,below, contain links to other helpful organizations for each topic area of TexasLawHelp. 

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    Federal or State Government Websites

    Various websites produced by agencies of the federal or state government can be trusted to contain free and reliable legal information as well as information on free services available to help you.

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  • Legal Aid, Bar Association, and other Non-Profit Websites

    Most websites produced by legal aid organizations, bar associations, and other non-profit organizations can be trusted to provide accurate and reliable information. They also can provide information on free services that may be able to help you. 

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Other Helpful Organizations -- Homeless and Housing Assistance

 

  • Homeless Shelter and Emergency Food Program Directory

    If you are facing homelessness, are currently homeless, or need food assistance the links below can help by providing directories of homeless shelters and emergency food programs in Texas. 

    Shelters  Food Help

     

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    Foreclosure Prevention Programs

    The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs has a listing of foreclosure prevention programs that may be able to help you avoid foreclosure. Please click the link below to learn more about these programs. 

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Other Helpful Organizations -- Self Help Support

 

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    Self Help Centers

    A few self-help centers in Texas are able to provide limited assisted pro-se services. Make sure to call ahead and ask if they provide these types of services before going.

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    Law Libraries

    You may be able to find free self-help information at your local law library. Please click the link below for a listing of law libraries in Texas.

    Law Libraries    

     

Other Helpful Organizations -- Seniors and Disabled Texans

 

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    Aging and Disability Resource Centers ("ADRC")

    Aging and Disability Centers are around to help seniors and those with disabilities access long-term service care programs. "ADRCs help cut through the confusing maze of funding sources, multiple intake systems, and eligibility processes. ADRCs provide help to people in all 254 counties in the state."

    Learn More  Find an ADRC

     

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    Area Agencies on Aging 

    There are 28 area agencies on aging that help seniors (Texans age 60 and older) , their family members and caregivers get the information and help they need to locate community services. Area Agencies on Aging can help with:

    • Information, referral and assistance
    • Benefits counseling and legal assistance
    • Care coordination
    • Caregiver support services
    • In-home support services
    • Legal awareness
    • Nutrition services
    • Ombudsman Program

    Learn More   AAA Directory

     

Other Helpful Organizations -- Survivors and/or Victims

 

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    Family and Domestic Violence Shelters

    The Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) promotes safe and healthy relationships by supporting service providers, facilitating strategic prevention efforts and creating opportunities for freedom from domestic violence. TCFV has a directory of domestic violence shelters which may be able to help you.  

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    Sexual Assault - Crisis Center Locator

    The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault ("TASSA") is committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention, and advocacy. TASSA has a directory of crisis centers available to help you if you are dealing with issues relating to sexual assault. 

    Crisis Centers

Other Helpful Organizations -- Veterans

 

  • Texas Veterans Commission

    TexVet

    This organization is dedicated to supporting the Texas military, veterans and family members. TexVet can provdie resources such as 

    • Peer Support Groups
    • Claims and Benefits Services
    • Education
    • Financial Assistance
    • Healthcare and
    • Legal Services

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    Legal Help for Veterans

    Several legal aid programs have special programs with expanded qualifications for veterans.

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