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Select a Texas county from the list below in which you want to look for a homeless shelters.

Counties with homeless shelters in Texas:

Bell (2)
Bexar (1)
Brazos (1)
Dallas (5)
Denton (1)
Gregg (1)
Harris (12)
Montgomery (1)
Potter (5)
Tarrant (12)
Travis (3)
Wichita (1)

Latest Update to Texas Homeless Shelters database:

Twin City Mission - Phoebe's Home (for Women And Children)
Bryan, TX - 77801
(979) 822-7511

Twin City Mission will accomplish its Vision through programs addressing: homelessness; violence and abuse; family conflict; youth in crisis; life skills deficiencies; and poverty.The original focus of Twin City Mission was to meet the needs of homeless individuals and families. Through that service, which began in 1963, other areas of need were recognized and new programs were developed to help meet those needs. After 40 years of providing a home for the homeless, being a friend to the friendless and giving hope to the hopeless, Twin City Mission remains the foundation of support for those in need.

Foundation For The Homeless - Interfaith Hospitality Netork (day Resource Center)
Austin, TX - 78755
(512) 453-6570

The mission of the Foundation for the Homeless, Inc., is to mobilize the resources of the community of faith and other community groups to alleviate homelessness in a spirit of compassion, hope, and love

Montgomery County Interfaith Hospitality Network - Emerson Day Center
Conroe, TX - 77305
(936) 441-8778

The mission of the Family Promise of Montgomery County is to serve homeless families with children by uniting faith communities in a cooperative effort to provide shelter, meals, and compassionate assistance

Mission Arlington/mission Metroplex - Day Shelter
Arlington, TX - 76010
(817) 277-6620

Mission-We have been faithfully serving the Lord and the people of our community 364 days a year for more than two decades.We are able to do this because we belong to a wonderful community of caring people who give sacrificially so that people in need can receive the physical, spiritual and emotional support they need.

Central Texas Youth Services - Option House (for Ages 3 To 17)
Killeen, TX - 76541
(254) 634-2085

OPTION HOUSE is a 15-bed emergency shelter for children and youth ages 3-17 years.  Central Texas Youth Services has been operating Option House since 1977 providing the following services at no cost to the child, youth, or their family.The children and youth we serve may be homeless, runaways, push-outs, or removed from their home due to abuse and/or neglect. We also offer a cooling off period up to three days for families who are in crisis or conflict.

Presbyterian Night Shelter Of Tarrant County - Night Shelter
Fort Worth, TX - 76102
(817) 336-1842

The largest provider of services for the homeless, Presbyterian Night Shelter is the only free area emergency shelter without length-of-stay restrictions. The Shelter believes in respecting the dignity of its clients, while supplying meals, beds and basic human care to an average of 704 homeless men, women and children every night and approximately 3,040 annually.The Shelter provides hope to its clients and is working to end homelessness

Salvation Army Of Tarrant County - J.e. & L.e. Mabee Center
Fort Worth, TX - 76103
(817) 344-1800
The Stewpot (day Shelter)
Dallas, TX - 75201
(214) 746-2785
Fort Worth Day Resource Center For The Homeless
Fort Worth, TX - 76102
(817) 810-9797

In 1997, Jeff Guinn, a writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, spent one week living as a homeless man in Fort Worth. What resulted was an inspired and informative, as well as award-winning, article about his experience. Guinn’s revealing article painted a picture for readers of life on the streets. Among the many revelations, the article noted that the homeless of Fort Worth were forced onto the streets during the day because of the lack of available resources in the community.

U.s. Vets - Houston (for Veterans)
Houston, TX - 77002
(832) 203-1626

Founded in 1998, U.S.VETS-Houston currently has a location in Midtown and a Service Center in Downtown Houston. U.S.VETS-Houston serves 323 veterans daily.

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