The family resources referred to below are for services and assistance Public Health is unable to provide. These are subject to change according to the various agencies and their respective policies.  


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Childcare and School Resources


To road trip or not

Before you pack up for any vacation or trip, it's good to know if there are any health issues happening in the places you are planning to go. To learn more about any travel advisories for your destination, visit the CDC's website to read about possible advisories.

Don't forget a staycation can be just as much fun as going on a road trip this summer. 

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2-1-1 Assistance for families in need

2-1-1 Texas is a website for individuals needing assistance related to food, health, housing or other services.

You can also dial 211. The phone line is serviced 24/7.

Dental Assistance  

Maintain a healthy mind

Stop Stress of Working from Home

Disaster Distress Hotline

Contact the Disaster Distress Hotline:  1-800-985-5990, or text TalkWithUs to 66746

National Domestic Abuse Hotline

Contact the National Abuse Hotline at 1-800-799-7233, or text  "START" to 88788

Talking to Children About Disaster

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Food and Clothing Assistance

Several area churches and ministries are offering food and clothing at no cost for individuals and families impacted by the COVID-19 situation:

Faith-based organizations offering food, clothing