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2-1-1 Texas
2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. Whether by phone or internet our goal is to present accurate, well-organized and easy-to-find information from over 60,000 state and local health and human services programs.
Phone: 211
Alvarado Helping Hands
Help meet the needs of people in eastern Johnson County including Alvarado, Venus, Lillian, and Grandview by providing food, clothing and other necessities of life.
Phone: (817) 783-2701
Boy Scouts of America, Longhorn Council
The Boy Scouts help guide youth toward making ethical life choices through a positive program based on character, citizenship and physical fitness. Programs for boys in the First grade, thru High School with emphasis on outdoor camping and adventure that builds environmental awareness, personal readiness, and leadership skills. Summer Camp is open to all members and provided to all regardless of economic challenges.
Phone: (817) 231-8500
Camp Fire USA Tesuya Council
Camp Fire USA builds caring, confident youth and future leaders. Camp Fire's coeducational programs help both boys and girls ages 4 to 18 cultivate their unique talents and skills in a small group setting where youth have an opportunity to interact with others in a safe, fun environment.
Phone: (817) 645-8274
Camp Sweeney, Camp for Diabetic Children
Camp Sweeney helps children challenged with diabetes acquire an understanding of the principles of diabetic management through diabetic and nutritional education to prevent long and short-term complications.
Phone: (940) 665-2011
Casa of Johnson County
Recruits, trains, and supervises community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in court proceedings.
Phone: (817) 558-6995
Children's Advocacy Center
Provides crisis intervention, individual counseling, play therapy, court school, trial accompaniment, resource and referral services to child victims of sexual abuse, severe physical abuse and child witnesses to violent crimes.
Phone: (817) 558-1599
Christmas In Action
Refurbishing the houses of low-income homeowners, particularly the elderly, disabled and families with children, so that they may continue to live in warmth, safety and independence.
Phone: (817) 641-8610
Community Partners of Johnson County
Working with Family Protective Services to provide emergency resource needs for children, birth to age eighteen, as well as adults in our county that are victims of abuse or neglect. Also provides summer camp scholarships for children in the foster care system.
Phone: (817) 202-2205
East Cleburne Community Center
The East Cleburne Community Center works to improve the quality of life of economically disadvantaged pre-kindergarten through high school youth. Programs are facilitated including tutoring, mentoring, recreation and counseling. Summer & spring break day camps are available. The ECCC provides adult computer classes including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, emailing and internet training. Inspirational and recreational programs for senior citizens are also offered.
Phone: (817) 556-3716
Family Crisis Center of Johnson County
The Crisis Center provides comprehensive services for victims of family violence and sexual assault. This includes safe, temporary shelter, therapeutic counseling, 24-hour crisis hotline, crisis intervention, hospital and court accompaniment, educational programs, primary prevention services and advocacy.
Phone: (817) 558-7171
Harvest House
Meets the needs of people in the Burleson area b providing food, clothing, prescriptions, and other necessities of life. Also provides seasonal assistance with Back-To -School and Christmas.
Phone: (817) 295 6252
H.O.P.E Medical/Dental Clinic
Provides free primary care medical services, limited dental services, well women and geratric care for uninsured residents of Johnson County. Also provides diabetic educational classes.
Phone: (817) 641-5858
Johnson County 4-H Clubs
4-H serves over 2,800 Johnson County youth annually, providing hands-on learning opportunities in a wide range of areas, including leadership, citizenship, agriculture, family and consumer sciences, character education, as well as involvement with community service projects and curriculum enrichment in schools.
Phone: (817) 556-6370
Johnson County Christian Lodge
To help the person who is without housing to develop the skills to obtain, maintain and retain permanent housing.
Phone: 817-774-2993
Meals on Wheels of Johnson & Ellis Counties
A meal and a smile can make all the difference! Meals-on-Wheels assists over 1,700 elderly and disabled residents throughout Johnson County. Volunteers deliver daily noontime meals, breakfast, and friendship to the homebound, helping them remain independent, in their own homes. In addition to the home-delivered meals, other services include transportation, caregiver education, and Ani-Meals.
Phone: (817) 558-2840
Operation Blessing of Johnson County
Meets the needs of people by providing food, clothing, prescriptions, financial assistance and other necessities of life. Provides counseling srvices on budgeting, anger management, chemical dependency and marriage counseling.
Phone: (817) 645-8511
Salvation Army
Assists clients with food, utilities, rent, clothing, propane, prescriptions, transportation, furniture, disaster relief, snack programs, summer safety camp for children, school supplies, and seasonal assistance such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and Valentine's Day.
Phone: (817) 558-1296
YMCA of Joshua
The YMCA is the starting point for many youth to learn about becoming and staying active. They learn and develop healthy habits, with benefits far greater than just physical health, which they carry with them throughout their lives. Whether it's gaining the confidence that comes from learning to swim or building the positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork, participating in youth programming at the YMCA is about building the whole child, from the inside out.
Phone: (817) 645-9622

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