Caring for our community

We are dedicated to connecting our students and community members to resources available in the Concho Valley that can assist with overcoming barriers to success.

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley
ADACCV Provides inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment.
3553 Houston Harte, San Angelo, TX 76901
(325) 224-3481
24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-880-9641

Sara’s House
Sara’s House provides intensive residential treatment for women, women with children, and pregnant women.
401 W. Twohig Avenue, San Angelo, TX 76904
(325) 224-3481

Williams House
Williams House provides intensive residential treatment for men.
134 W. College, San Angelo, TX 76904
(325) 224-3481

Permian Basin Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Outreach Screening Assessment and Referral (OSAR)
Provides drug and alcohol assessments to individuals whom have a chemical dependency problem. Refers individuals meeting criteria to appropriate agencies to gain assistance that they need.
(432) 803-9184
Business Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

West Texas Counseling & Rehabilitation Program – Substance Abuse Services
Primary focus of WTCR is outpatient substance abuse treatment, detoxification, suboxone treatment, methadone maintenance, and methadone detoxification.
(325) 653-3683 or Toll Free 1-866-286-9827
601 S. Irving St, Ste. 4, San Angelo, TX 76903

Manny Guerra
12 Hour DWI Class
(325) 650-6262
2124 College Hills

Rivers of Hope
30 Hour DWI Class
(325) 340-0280

Catholic Outreach Services
Service Area: Tom Green County; Provides food, clothing, emergency assistance with rent and utilities to qualified applicants.
(325) 658-4124
410 N. Chadbourne Street, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 4pm

Christians in Action
Service Area: Concho Valley; Provides assistance with food, rent, clothing, furniture, medications, transportation, lodging, medical, dental, and utilities for the needy in Tom Green County.  Call for info on special situations outside of Tom Green County.
(325) 655-5127 or (325) 655-0580
25 West Twohig Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 9am -5pm

Rust Street Ministries
Service Area: Concho Valley; Assists the needy/underprivileged with the basic necessities, food, clothing, and household items.  Licensed Professional Counselors available to provide help to individuals and families.
(325) 486-1004 or (325) 486-2446
803 Rust Street, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours: Mon 10am – 12pm, Tues – Thurs 10am – 2pm

Project Dignidad
Service Area: Tom Green County; Monetary help for food and nutrition.  Food Pantry.  Help with medications up to $50.
(325) 658-7885
313 W. Ave N, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours:  Mon – Fri 9am – 1pm

Salvation Army
Service Area: Concho Valley; Worship Services, Social Services, Emergency Financial Services and Women’s Ministries.
(325) 655-6981
215 Gillis Street, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm

Junior League: Student Closet
Service Area: Tom Green County; Provide children as well as teenagers with quality clothing so that they can be successful in various aspects of their lives.
(325) 655-9866

Concho Valley Community Action Agency
Service Area: Concho Valley; Rental assistance, utility assistance, prescription assistance (1 time only).  Assistance program for seniors for utilities.
(325) 653-2411
236 W. Twohig-Basement, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours Mon – Fri 8am-12pm, 1pm-5pm

Area Agency on Aging
AAA provides clothing/household items for everyone, food, clothing, emergency assistance with rent, utilities, select medication, & gasoline to qualified applicants that reside in Tom Green County.
(325) 944-6666
2801 W. Loop 306, Suite A, San Angelo, TX 76904
Business Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm

Family Enrichment Services, Hope House
Service Area: Family Connections-Parent Mentor Program: Concho, Runnels and Tom Green County/ Circle of Parents support group offered only in Tom Green County. The community’s one-stop for family services, support, and education. Investigates abuse of children, counseling referrals, court accompaniment.
(325) 653-4673
317 Koberlin, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm

WIC (Women, Infants & Children)
Nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, infants and young children eat well, learn about nutrition and stay healthy. Help with breastfeeding and accessing health care and other needs are also provided to those who qualify. We serve San Angelo-Tom Green County and all six surrounding counties. We also support foster parents or grandparents, single moms or dads, military personnel, and everyone in between.
(325) 657-4400

Open Arms-Rape Crisis Center & LGBT+ Services
24-hour Crisis Hotline; Individual and Group Support; Counseling Services; Medical/Law Enforcement/Court Accompaniment; Education and Prevention Services; LGBTQ+ Support Services
(325) 655-2000
24-hour Crisis Hotline: (325) 658-8888 or 800-656-4673
36 W. Beauregard, Ste. B-100, San Angelo, TX 76903

Social Security Administration
Screens applicants for social security retirement, survivors, disability, and Supplemental Security Income; Medicare screening; must be blind, disabled or over 65 years of age.
(325) 949-4608

2-1-1 Texas Information Center
Information on utility bill assistance, childcare, programs for the elderly, substance abuse intervention, mental health assistance, and job training
211 or 877-944-9666

Concho Resource Center
Provides vocational training, adult activity center, and job placement for individuals with disabilities
(325) 659-2201
1317 Colorado Ave

Healthy Families
Support service that provides direct one-one-one support to young families (between the ages of 14-20); Healthy Families support includes financial literacy, relationship building, physical and cognitive child development, educational and employment support, and healthy birth spacing
(325) 658-2771

Texas DFPS
Service Area: Concho Valley; Investigates abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation of people who are elderly and/or people who are disabled. Investigates abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation of children.
(325) 657-8833
622 S. Oakes, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm; 24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-252-5400

Tom Green County Crisis Intervention Unit
On-scene assistance at a crime or accident scene 24 hours per day. Support for victims at Emergency Room and residence; referral of victims to appropriate area agencies for housing, medical, transportation, food, utilities, clothing, and follow up. Inform victims of their rights and help them complete Crime Victim Compensation form if appropriate; liaison between victim and law enforcement on status of case. Office maintained for walk-in victims at Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office; transport of victims to Family Shelter, Salvation Army, etc.; assist officer in death notification and help survivors cope with trauma. Funds for victim assistance (emergency shelter, transportation, food, etc.)
222 W. Harris, San Angelo, TX 76903
Business Phone: (325) 658-3921
Crisis (24 hour) Phone: (325) 655-8111

Goodfellow AFB Family Support Center
Provides services to military members, dependents, retirees and civil service. Services: Babysitter lists, support during separation, retirement/transition planning, loan of baby furniture, relocation assistance, exchange, special needs families, relief society, domestic problems/disturbances, crisis intervention, money management, employment needs, loan of household items, car seats, job search skills and marital/family support.
(325) 654-3893
171 Valiant
Goodfellow AFB, Texas 76908

West Texas RSVP – San Angelo
RSVP promotes the engagement of older persons as community resources in planning for community improvement and delivery of volunteer services. Through RSVP, older adults discover uses for their creativity, their energy and their expertise. RSVP involves seniors in service that matches their personal interests and makes use of their skills and lifelong experiences with nonprofit organizations and public agencies in need of volunteer service.  Any person 55 years of age and older who wishes to share their experience, knowledge and skills is eligible to join RSVP.  To become an RSVP volunteer involves a very simple procedure.  Simply call the RSVP office anytime between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon or 1:00 – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
(325) 223-6388
618 S Chadbourne St, San Angelo TX 76903

Howard College – San Angelo Campus
Community college offering programs and classes that can lead to an AA, AS, AAS, and Certificate plus continuing education courses. 
(325) 481-8316
3501 N. US Hwy. 67, San Angelo, TX 76905
Business Hours: Mon – Thurs 7am – 530pm

Angelo State University
University offering Bachelor, Masters and PhD level degrees
2601 W. Avenue N
San Angelo, TX 76909

San Angelo Independent School District
Elementary, Middle, High and Alternative schools

Grape Creek Independent School District

Grape Creek Education Foundation
Grants for GCISD teachers and scholarships for graduating seniors.
8207 U.S. Hwy 87 N., San Angelo, TX 76901

Texas Leadership Charter Academy San Angelo
Elementary, Middle, High Schools

San Angelo Christian Home School Association

Ambleside School of San Angelo
Private School

Cornerstone Christian Academy
Private School

Trinity Lutheran School & Early Childhood Center
Private School

San Angelo Christian Academy
Private School

Premier High School San Angelo
Premier High School is designed for credit recovery and early graduation for students who thrive in smaller, independent learning environments who may feel underserved at traditional public high schools.

JPW Learning Center, James Phillips Williams Memorial Foundation
After school tutoring for students who are learning issues due to dyslexia. These are private sessions set up between the parents and the teachers.
Office hours: 9-Noon and by special appointment 
403 W. Washington Drive, San Angelo, TX 76903
(325) 655-2331

The People/Plant Connection
Our mission is to bring the joy of gardening to people of all ages and abilities through educational seminars and programs for youth and families. The Children’s Adventure Garden is open and located behind the Southside Rec center, 2750 Ben Ficklin Rd. in San Angelo. We invite families, youth groups, day care facilities and school classes to visit the garden. We can provide a program for groups who want to reserve a time to visit. It is open to the public to visit and enjoy the garden anytime.
P.O. Box 62841, San Angelo, TX 76906
(325) 656-3104

Adult Literacy Council of the Concho Valley
The mission of the organization is to offer encouragement and practical assistance to anyone who wants to learn to read, write, and speak English. The Council provides free one-on-one or small-group tutoring for: English as a second language and English Conversation Computer-assisted GED Preparation Basic Literacy and Basic Math, General Keyboarding skills, College Preparatory Work.
E 6th St. San Angelo, Texas 76903
(325) 657-0013

Workforce Solutions – Child Care Services
Business Hours:  Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm, Service Area: 13 Counties of the Concho Valley, Child Care Services (CCS) program provides subsidized child care for parents that are working, training or enrolled in educational programs.  The parent’s monthly gross income determines their eligibility for the program.
(325) 653-2321
202 Henry O Flipper, San Angelo, TX 76903

Business Hours:  Mon – Fri 630am -6pm
Service Area: Concho Valley; Child Care – specialization with children who have developmental disabilities or any other type of disability.  MOSAIC believes that each child is special and each child has a special place. Group Home-Housing for those with intellectual disabilities
(325) 651-3333
5191 S. Bryant, San Angelo, TX 76904

YMCA San Angelo
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 5:30am – 9:00pm
Service Area: Concho Valley; The YMCA provides an after-school program for head start and all elementary school campuses, including Wall Elementary. Children will meet in their school cafeteria and will be watched from 2:30 until 6 PM, with the exception of Wall and Reagan students, who are transported to the YMCA. Income based scholarships are available to those who qualify.  
(325) 655-9106
353 S. Randolph, San Angelo TX 76903

Boys & Girls Club of San Angelo
Summer and afterschool programs available at the Northside and Southside locations.  Pick-up is available from some schools.  Scholarships available.
(325) 655-8343
1802 N. Lillie, San Angelo, TX 76903

VA Solid Start
VA is committed to supporting every service member transitioning from service. As part of your welcome to VA, we want to inform you about what to expect during this critical time and help you build a solid start to your civilian life. New routines, new responsibilities… year one out of the service presents a lot of change, but the stress of change is not a weight you have to carry alone. VA is your partner, and we’re here to connect you with direct benefits, as well as resources through partner organizations, to help you navigate these new challenges.

Goodfellow AFB – Career Assistance Program
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 730am – 430pm
Service Area: GFAFB active military members. This is geared to family members of active military who must move frequently and seek new employment.
(325) 654-3893
255 Fort Lancaster, San Angelo, TX 76908

Workforce Solutions of the Concho Valley
Business Hours:  Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Service Areas:  Concho Valley
The organization is designed to serve as a single point of contact for employers to communicate their workforce needs, including training.
(325) 653-2321
202 Henry O Flipper, San Angelo, TX 76903

MHMR Services for the Concho Valley
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am-5pm
Service Area: Tom Green, Concho, Sterling, Irion, Coke, Crockett, Reagan.
Employment assistance and supported employment services. Certified DARS provider.
(325) 658-7750
1501 W. Beauregard, San Angelo, TX 76901

Texas Rehabilitation Commission (DARS)
Vocational services for people with disabilities to prepare for and locate jobs.
(325) 567-7420

West Texas Lighthouse for the Blind
Our mission is to provide employment opportunities for West Texans who are blind or visually impaired.
(325) 653-4231
2001 Austin Street, San Angelo, TX 76903
Our mission is to provide employment opportunities for West Texans who are blind or visually impaired. 

Job Corps
Vocational training, social skills training, job placement and GED preparation.
1-800-457-5633 ext 4231

CJC provides training and camaraderie with the help of the San Angelo community, local faith-based organizations, and volunteer instructors who are experts in their respective fields. CJC provides all of this at no cost to participants. Hours vary, please call in advance.
(325) 653-0706
30 North Chadbourne
San Angelo, Texas 76903

Department of Labor (DOL)
Mon-Fri 8:00AM-3:00PM CALL FIRST
Enforce Fair Standards Labor Act (Minimum wage and overtime), Child Labor Law, Family Medical Leave Act and Recordkeeping.
33 East Twohig Suite 104B
San Angelo, Texas 76903
(325) 655-2791 or 1-866-487-9243

Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Service Area:  Abilene, Amarillo, Dallas, Fort Worth, Midland, Odessa, Plainview, San Angelo, Waxahachie, and Wichita Falls – (Branch Offices) (Concho Valley) Providing free civil legal services to the low-income community.  Civil matters only.
(325) 653-6982
17 S. Chadbourne, Suite 403, San Angelo, TX 76903

Texas Advocacy Project
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Legal counseling and information about legal rights/options for those who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assaults, including dating relationships.  Confidential telephone consultation provided.  Information provided about protective orders.

Advocacy Incorporated
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Advocates for the legal rights of Texans with Disabilities.
1-800-880-4456 or 1-806-880-9641 

Office of the Attorney General-Child Support
(325) 653-7326

Community Supervision & Corrections Department
Adult probation services.
(325) 659-6544

Texas Lawyer Referral

Concho Valley Transit
This site will provide you with materials regarding hours of operation, route maps/bus stops, bus fares, demand response programs, charter services, public forums, solicitations, complaint resolutions and any other projects or events that CVTD is currently undertaking. Provides ADA Para-Transit Transportation services for individuals who qualify. These services are designed for qualified individuals with mobility impairments who are unable to use the Fixed Route Service. Offers public transportation to the outer lying counties of the region, as well as rural Tom Green County. We provide transportation to residents within the following counties: Coke County, Concho County, Crockett County, Irion County, Kimble County, McCulloch County, Menard County, Reagan County, Schleicher County, Sterling County, Sutton County, Tom Green County. Concho Area Transit will pick up individuals in rural areas for free.
(325) 947-8729

Yellow/Checker Cab
(325) 655-3105

Red Ball Taxi/Shuttle
(325) 942-8899

Luxury Taxi
(325) 656-9726

Granny Taxi
(325) 234-5696 

Department of Public Safety (DPS)
Mon-Fri 8:00AM–5:00PM and Wed 8:00AM–6:00PM
Driver’s licenses and ID cards
(325) 223-6903
1600 West Loop 306, San Angelo, Texas 76904

Shannon Medical Center
120 E Harris, San Angelo, TX 76903
(325) 653-6741

San Angelo Community Medical Center
3501 Knickerbocker Rd., San Angelo, TX 76904
(325) 949-9511

Esperanza Health and Dental
Business Hours: Varies
Service Area: All; Provides quality primary and preventative health care to all people, particularly the medically underserved.
(325) 944-8900
2029 W. Beauregard, San Angelo, TX 76901

Tom Green County Indigent Health Care
Business Hours: Mon – Thur 9am – 330pm; Fri 9am – 230pm
Service Area: Tom Green County; Health care services for low income, disabled, and elderly persons.  Providing medical and pharmaceutical assistance.
(325) 659-6504
113 W. Beauregard, San Angelo, TX 76903

Health Dept. Nursing
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am -430pm; All Immunizations, STD screenings
2030 Pulliam St., Suite 9, San Angelo, Texas 76905
(325) 657-4214

Laura W Bush Institute of Women’s Health: Access to Breast and Cervical Care for West Texas
Business Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Service Area: Concho Valley; Program that provides free mammogram services and cervical exams to women ages 21-64 that are uninsured or underinsured, and are a resident of the Concho Valley
(325) 486-6478
5301 Knickerbocker Rd. Ste 200, San Angelo, TX 76904

MHMR Services for the Concho Valley

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am-5pm; Intake/Screening – By Appointment or Walk-Ins Welcome
Service Area: Tom Green, Concho, Sterling, Irion, Coke, Crockett, Reagan; Provide services to individuals with a mental illness and/or intellectual & developmental disabilities identified as priority population.
(325) 658-7750
1501 W. Beauregard, San Angelo, TX 76901

Pregnancy Help Center Concho Valley
The Pregnancy Help Center of Concho Valley is a non-judgmental safe haven for those who find themselves in unexpected pregnancy. Confidential pregnancy testing. Medical professionals on staff. Compassionate client advocates. Information on all options
Referrals for medical care, social services, and more. All services provided at no cost.
2525 Sherwood Way, San Angelo, TX 76901
(325) 944-1515

West Texas Rehabilitation Center
Provide a wide array of services including outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, audiology, orthotics, prosthetics, and hospice care.
(325) 223-6300
3001 S. Jackson, San Angelo, TX 76904

Kindred Hospice
(325) 481-0123
402 N Bryant, San Angelo, TX 76904

The Arc of San Angelo
Advocates for children and adults with developmental disabilities; Consultations with parents available on issues such as education plans, accessing services, transition planning, guardianship. Provides information and referral, specialized equipment grants available to families, and provides sensory-sensitive events for children and their siblings throughout the year. Provides guardianship services and advocacy for individuals without family members to serve in this role.  Certified Guardians are court-appointed.
(325) 657-0308

HHSC STD/HIV/AIDS Testing & Support
Office: (325) 659-7851 Cell: (325) 230-7664
Provides free testing for STIs, including HIV/AIDS.

Healthcare Continuum Inc.
Comprehensive case management and assessment-determined services for people with disabilities; Community living assistance and support program geared towards individuals with mental retardation or physical handicaps.
(325) 223-9393

Healthy Families
(325) 658-2771
Home-based family support program designed to promote healthy child development and enhance family functioning in overburdened families of newborns.

San Angelo Development Center
Home provides social/supportive services for those diagnosed with mental retardation prior to the age of 18.
(325) 655-3106

Department of Assistive and Rehabilitation Services/Blind Services
Mon-Fri 8:00AM-5:00PM, Works with individuals who are blind or have visual impairment to assist them in reaching their goal. Assists persons with disabilities to prepare for employment through evaluation, training, counseling guidance, examination, medical treatment, halfway house services and job placement compatible with the person’s physical and mental ability
(325) 659-7920
622 South Oakes, San Angelo, Texas 76903

Department of State Health Services
Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm, Region 9 serves following counties, unless otherwise noted in the description: Kimble, McCulloch, Mason, Menard, Schleicher and Sutton. *Programs also cover Tom Green County. Emergency Medical Services: Risk communication, Education, Training Children with Special Health Care Needs: Advocacy, Information & Referral, Family Empowerment & Education & Monitoring, Texcare Partnership: Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Primary Health Care: Fees provided for physician services, Family Health Services in Brady/Sonora Clinics: Adult & child health, advocacy & public awareness, education, family planning services, health risk appraisals & screening, maternal/child health, prenatal care & newborn screening.
(325) 659-7850
622 South Oakes, San Angelo, Texas 76903

Disability Connection
Mon-Thurs 8:00AM-6:30PM, Provides information and assistance to people with disabilities and their families in accessing support systems and promoting changes that enhance full access to the community. Services include: advocacy, peer support, information and referral, independent living skills training, job readiness training, volunteerism, youth transition and clothing for consumers.
2809 Southwest Blvd, San Angelo, Texas 76904
(325) 227-6624 or 1-877-233-4965

Texas Society to Prevent Blindness
The mission of Prevent Blindness Texas is to prevent blindness and preserve sight, 24-Hour call assistance
(325) 655-8903
515 West Beauregard, San Angelo, Texas 76903

MHMR Services for the Concho Valley

Adult Mental Health Services
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am-5pm; Intake/Screening – Walk-Ins only: Tuesday 1:00-4:00 & Wednesday 9:00-12:00; ABC: Autism Behavior Communication- services to children through direct, one-on-one services. Training of family and educators may also be provided to ensure that our children continue to progress in their homes, schools, and in the community.
(325) 658-7750
202 N. Main, San Angelo, TX 76903

San Angelo Clubhouse
The Psychosocial rehabilitation from the Clubhouse approach is tailored towards volunteer opportunities for members to live, work, and learn while also contributing their talents through a community of mutual support.  The clubhouse functions mirror an ordinary workday, where different teams perform tasks necessary to keep the organization running on a day-to-day basis; individuals coming to us looking for our help perform all of the work.
(325) 617-7884
404 S. Irving St, San Angelo, TX 76903

Children’s Mental Health Services
Business Hours: Mon– Fri 8am-5pm; Intake/Screening – By Appointment Only
(325) 658-7750
424 S. Oaks, San Angelo, TX 76903

West Texas Counseling & Guidance
Business Hours: Monday – Friday 8am to 6pm, Professional counseling for children, adults and families.  Insurance accepted.  Sliding scale available. 
(325) 944-2561
36 E Twohig Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903

River Crest Hospital
River Crest provides medical detoxification services, suboxone treatment, and crisis intervention services. Offers inpatient and outpatient support to teenagers ages 13-17. 
Toll Free 1-800-777-5722
1636 Hunters Glenn Rd, San Angelo, TX 76901 

West Texas Psychological Association
Counseling for adults, children, family and marriage; no sliding fee scale; private insurance accepted; $120 per session; Spanish speaker available.
(325) 942-7531
3471 Knickerbocker Rd # 508, San Angelo, TX 76904 

Rust Street Ministries
Rust Street Ministries is a charity non-profit that seeks to help those in need with food, clothing, home essentials, furnishings, and appliances. Additionally we connect people with support services that offer counseling and life skills to those seeking to make improvements in their lives.
(325) 486-1004
(325) 486-2446

Christian Mental Health Counseling
Business Hours: Tue – Thur 10am – 6pm, Wide range in counseling by LPC. Ages 5-65
(325) 234-0994
3354 W Beauregard Ave, San Angelo, TX 76904

His Step
Services provided by the Reverend Ralph Dawkins; no fee; Christian counseling that is directed to address issues in relation to drug and alcohol, marriage, or sexual offense issues.
(325) 653-0418

Susan Winklespeck
Addresses assault issues, along with other types of counseling concerns; sliding scale is available.
(325) 657-0058

Angelo Behavior Center
Developmental and behavioral pediatric services for youth and adolescents.
(325) 340-9899
12 E. Twohig, San Angelo TX 76903

Angelo Counseling
Phone: (325) 617-2997
Fax: (325) 617-2998
1 North Milton, Suite 6, San Angelo, TX 76901

Meals for The Elderly
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am -4pm, Service Area: San Angelo, Grape Creek, Water Valley, Wall, Carlsbad, Christoval, Veribest and Miles, Nutritious meals are delivered to homebound older people Mon – Fri.  Donations requested.  Diabetic, weekend, and frozen meals are also available.
(325) 655-9200
310 E. Houston Harte, San Angelo, TX 76903

The Salvation Army
Business Hours:  Mon – Fri 8am-5pm, Service Area: Concho Valley, Food pantry available to people in need, once every 90 days.  Individual must meet eligibility requirements.  Meals served daily ad 122 W. 2nd at 12pm – 12:40pm.  Sack lunches available at 5pm.
(325) 655-6981
215 Gillis, San Angelo, TX 76903

Business Hours:  Mondays-Thursdays 7 a.m.-noon/1 p.m.-6 p.m., Fridays 8 a.m.-noon, 2nd Saturday each month (appointments only), Nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, infants and young children eat well. Help with breastfeeding and accessing health care and other needs are also provided to those who qualify.
(325) 657-4396
Community Development Building, first floor
52 W. College Ave., San Angelo, Texas 76903

Health & Human Services Commission
HHSC provides benefits that include Medicaid, Food Stamps (SNAP), TANF, & CHIP.
(325) 655-0567
Or Toll Free 1.877.787.8999
622 S. Oaks, San Angelo, TX 76903

Rust Street Ministries
Business Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am – 2pm, Fri 9am – 12pm, Sat 10am – 12pm, Rust Street provides clothing, food, furniture, 12 step classes, anger management, and a community garden.
803 Rust Street, San Angelo, TX 76903

Project Dignidad
Business Hours:  Mon – Fri 9am – 1pm, Service Area: Tom Green County, Monetary help for food and nutrition.  Food Pantry.  Help with medications up to $50.
313 W. Ave N, San Angelo, TX 76903

Freedom Fellowship Food Pantry
Monday-Thursday 9am-12pm
342 South Chadbourne (in back, go down the alley) ask for Thabiti

Food Stamps

Wesley Trinity Daily Bread
FREE hot lunch Monday-Saturday 11 am-1pm, , Also have a clothes closet where you can select free clothes, call for more info.

Sacred Heart Cathedral
Mon-Fri 11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Provides a Sack Lunch Ministry to the needy and homeless in the downtown area. Persons needing a sack lunch to help them through the day can come to the school kitchen door in the back-parking lot from 11:30 AM to 1 PM Monday through Friday.
20 E. Beauregard Ave. San Angelo, Texas 76903

Justice Home
Justice Home is Christian-based transitional housing for women. While they primarily focus on assisting inmates and recently released inmates, they will accept those who are not from that background.  They have only been in existence for a year.  They are housed in a double-wide modular home and currently have 4 women residing there.  Each person is managed on a case by case basis and their length of stay is determined on an individual basis. Individuals pay $300 per month. Children are not allowed to reside in the facility with their mothers, but regular visitations take place.  They occasionally drug test.

St. Paul Presbyterian Church
Emergency shelter: Has a room for a family to stay in case of emergency

Concho Valley Turning Point, affiliated with Rust Street Ministries
Concho Valley Turning Point is relatively new to the community. They have an 8-unit apartment complex for men looking for Christ-Centered transitional housing. Rent is $100 per week, per occupant. This price includes utilities up to $75 per month. Concho Valley Turning Point is non-denominational, but they are faith based. Prospective tenants can fill out and return an application for housing to be reviewed by the CVTP housing team. If accepted the tenant is required to follow their transitional program, which involves about 5 hrs a week dedicated to spiritual growth, building new relationships and developing new ways of thinking. Tenants are also required to maintain employment and volunteer for some community service. The focus at CVTP is transitioning back into society as a productive citizen, so rental agreements are for 90 days. If after the 90-day agreement the tenant still needs more time, and has been following the CVTP program, then they will be reviewed to determine if their lease will be renewed for another 90 days. This is a drug and alcohol-free community. Any violation of the program guidelines can result in immediate dismissal from the CVTP apartments.

Victory Outreach
Provides a temporary bed for transitional living.
1526 South Irving

Jeremiah Plan

Galilee Community Development Corporation
Three homes for families on the verge of becoming homeless.

Momentous Home
Transitional housing for women and women with children.  Not probation approved at this time.
Melissa Morse

Adams House
Adams House is a privately owned establishment and focuses on sober living. There are 7 houses in San Angelo; 6 are male only facilities and 1 is co-ed.  Adams House can accommodate up to 57 renters and 7 resident managers (1 per facility).  Rent is $400 per month and includes all bills paid, except food.  3 houses are sanctioned by parole and accepts parolees.  Renters can stay as long as they want. 
Renters are required to submit to drug testing and a breathalyzer.  Renters are required to attend one 12-Step meeting per day in the first 90 days and once a week after.  They are not faith based.  There is an 11 PM curfew unless the renter works in the evening.
They manage their business on rent earned and do not receive government funding. 
Gloria J.Neumeyer, Director
(325) 450-3151

PaulAnn Baptist Church Transitional Housing for Women
It is an 8 unit apartment complex for women transitioning out of treatment.  Potential renters have to fill out an application and participate in a preliminary interview.  The Board reviews applicants to determine who is the right candidate to live in the facility. 
Women are allowed to bring their children but all applicants are reviewed on a case by case basis and adult children are not permitted.  No men are allowed at all.  Applicants cannot have a violent or sex offender criminal history. 
The ideal renter will only need to reside there from between a year and year and a half.  Safety is a top priority and the address of the complex is not publicized, nor is it revealed to the applicant until they are approved to move in. 
Renters are required to attend counseling regularly and to become part of their Celebrate Recovery Group.  Renters are also required to undergo mandatory drug testing. 
Kirt Dauphin, Lead Pastor

The San Angelo Dream Center
Housing:  Single person housing for men in a drug free, alcohol free setting.  Established to lend a helping hand towards efforts to start a new life under the leadership of Christ.
Christ Powered Recovery (CPR) Need healing from a hurt, hang up or bad habit? This group is dedicated to every fellow struggler who has the courage to face the truth about themselves, the humility to abandon their flawed attempt at living, and the willingness to find God’s truth and live according to that purpose.
Probation and Parole approved recovery group meets Monday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
1928 Martin Luther King Drive, San Angelo, TX, United States

Fresh Start Ministries
Fresh Start is not your typical Women’s Transitional House.  We offer a long-term, life changing, Biblical-based, Christ-centered, mentoring and discipleship program designed to assist hurting women that are ready for a true-life change.  To learn a new way, support and mentoring is the lifeline between success and failure.  The women begin their journey in a family setting in one of our homes.  They receive the love and support needed and are given the opportunities to begin to redefine themselves based on Biblical principles.
Cecily Miller, Director

Family Shelter
Provide services for victims of family and domestic violence.
800.749.8632 24-Hour Hotline
P.O. Box 5018
San Angelo, Texas 76902

Oxford House, Inc.

Oxford Houses of San Angelo
Oxford House, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that was founded in 1975. Our primary goal is provision of housing and rehabilitative support for people in recovery from substance use. Oxford Houses are recovery homes for men and women that want to stop drinking and using drugs and stay stopped. The Houses must follow the conditions of their Charter from Oxford House, Inc. The three charter requirements are: The House must be run democratically, be financially self-supporting, and expel members who return drinking and using drugs. There is currently one Oxford House for Men in Tom Green County but more will be added to the network. Please visit our vacancy website to fill out an online application for membership.
432.466.5735 (Calls will be returned within 24hrs.)
James Alston, Outreach Worker (West TX Region)

Housing Authority of San Angelo, Texas
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. and 1:00 P.M.- 4:00 P.M. Mission to provide quality, affordable housing to income eligible families while offering opportunities to achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence.
420 E. 28th Street, San Angelo, TX 76903
Phone: (325) 481-2500

Bent Tree Apartments
Income Based Housing
1625 Sunset Drive, San Angelo, Texas 76904

Greystone Village Apartments
Mon-Fri 9:00AM–6:00PM, Income Based Housing
2900 San Antonio Street, San Angelo, TX 76901

Galilee Community Development Corporation
New construction and rentals, income based. Remodel program for disabled residents and light rehab and repair for homeowners over 60.
1404 S Oakes St, San Angelo, Texas 76093

Habitat for Humanity
Mon-Thurs 9:00AM–5:00PM, Fri 9:00AM–12:00PM, Low-income housing and housing repair. Call for scheduled shopping days. Family selection based on ability to show need for adequate and affordable housing, ability to make monthly payments and willingness to partner. (Average monthly payments $350 plus escrow for taxes and insurance)
401 North Chadbourne, San Angelo, Texas 76903

Nueva Vista Apartments
Mon-Fri 8:00AM-5:00PM, Income Based Housing
2401 N. Lillie, San Angelo, Texas 76903

Stonegate Park Apartments
Mon-Fri 8:30AM-5:30PM
Income Based Housing
Paint Rock Road, San Angelo, Texas 76905

City of SA Community Development Housing Rehab
Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Service Area:  Concho Valley, Assists low/moderate income homeowners in repairing their homes to meet decent, safe, and sanitary housing conditions.
622 S. Oakes, Suite G., San Angelo, TX 76903

Concho Valley Community Action Agency Weatherization Program
Business Hours Mon – Fri 8am-12pm, 1pm-5pm
Service Area: Coke, Coleman, Crockett, Irion, Kimble, McCulloch, Menard, Reagan, Runnels, Schleicher, Sterling, Sutton, and Tom Green, weatherizes homes to make them more energy efficient in winter and summer.  Serves people with disabilities, people who are elderly, and people who are low income.
236 W. Twohig-Basement, San Angelo, TX 76903

Children’s Emergency Shelter
Emergency shelter for children.
(325) 655-3821
412 Preusser, San Angelo, TX 76903

St. Paul Presbyterian Church
Emergency shelter: Has a room for a family to stay in case of emergency
(325) 653-5691

San Angelo State Supported Living Center
State residential facility providing a home like environment to those 18 and older with mental retardation and/ or mental illness
(325) 465-4391

Family Shelter
Provides emergency shelter, services, and guidance to victims of domestic violence and their families. Services include safety planning, legal advocacy, supported counseling, empowerment groups, and information and referral
(325) 658-8631 or (325) 655-5774
24-hour Hotline: 800-749-8631

Oaks of Life Retreat
A God centered weekend of healing, restoration, relaxation, and sisterhood under the Texas stars for the widows of our soldiers. 

Alcoholics Anonymous
Fellowship of individuals who seek to recover from alcoholism.

Narcotics Anonymous
Fellowship of individuals who seek to recover from substance addiction.

Al Anon
Help for those whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Survivors of Suicide (SOS)
Support group that meets weekly for people that have lost a friend or family-member to suicide

Open Arms-Survivors of sexual assault/abuse
Open Arms-Adult and Youth support groups for LGBT+

Texas Inmate Families Association (TIFA)
TIFA provides support, education, and advocacy for those who have a loved one incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.  See the website for Chapter Meeting dates and times. 
San Angelo Chapter

San Angelo Veteran Support Organization
The San Angelo Veteran Support Organization is dedicated to supporting and empowering San Angelo Veterans and families. A community of veterans helping other military veterans with Peer-to-Peer support and peer counseling as well as knowledge of local, state and national resources available. Certified through the DAV to do claims for Veterans.

Disabled American Veterans
DAV is a nonprofit that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, helping more than 1 million veterans in positive, life-changing ways each year. The organization provides rides for veterans attending medical appointments and assists veterans with benefit claims. DAV helps attain new and retroactive benefits to care for veterans, their families and surviving spouses.  DAV is also a leader in connecting veterans with meaningful employment, hosting job fairs and providing resources to ensure they have the opportunity to participate in the American Dream their sacrifices have made possible.

Howard College Veterans
Able to explain Veteran VA and State benefits. Can connect Veteran and families to community and national resources for emergency needs. Certified through the DAV to help with Veteran claims for disability.
325.481.8300 ext 3254

Team RWB
Enriching the lives of veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.  Free to join, no cost involved in membership.

Veterans County Serv. Off.

CV Women Veterans

Meadows Mental Health

TVC Veterans Mental Health

MHMR Veteran Services

Texas Veterans Comm

San Angelo All Vet Council

San Angelo VFW
Post 1815

San Angelo VFW Auxiliary

Vietnam Veterans Assn 457

Fleet Reserve Association 295

Mil. Order of the Purple Heart
740 325.262.2460

American Legion 572

American Legion 32

EC47 Historical Association

The Heritage Chapter

Christian Veterans Organization


ASU Veterans Center

Kindred Hospice for Veterans