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2-1-1 Texas/United Way Helpline

Whether you need help finding child care, food stamps, care for an aging parent or a haven from domestic violence, 2-1-1 is the number to call when you don’t know who to call.  Trained HELPLINE specialists are good listeners, blending understanding and expertise to provide information and referrals drawn from a comprehensive data base of social services.



Society of St. Stephen

Society of St. Stephen is a 501c3 community outreach assistance ministry service persons living in the Humble, New Caney, and Splendora school districts.  Each Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning from 9 am to 11:30 am families are given help with food, clothing and limited financial assistance.


Karen Mashburn, Director SOSS

2307 Crystal Springs Dr.

Kingwood, TX  77339


Mailing Address:

PO Box 6989

Kingwood, TX  77325


Humble Area Assistance Ministry (HAAM)

  • Rental Assistance

  • Utility Assistance

  • Clothing Assistance

  • Prescription Assistance

  • Assistance with Eyeglasses

  • Birth Certificates and ID Assistance

Please note, you must live in one of the following zip codes to receive assistance at HAAM: 77336, 77345, 77357, 77396, 77338, 77346, 77365, 77532, 77339, 77347, 77372, 77044

You are strongly urged to Call Client Services before visiting.


HAAM Client Services Building

1302 First Street

Humble, TX  77338


Hours of Operation:

Appointment: Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 12:00 pm

Walk-ins: Monday – Thursday 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Family Promise of Lake Houston

Family Promise of Lake Houston will provide a caring and positive environment for homeless children and their families while they design and execute a plan to break the cycle of homelessness in their lives.



Society of St. Vincent de Paul

Society of St. Vincent de Paul provides short-term financial, material, and emotional support and work person-to-person through advocacy, education and referral efforts to break cycles of poverty, empower people and promote self-sufficiency.  The society also provides “In-Kind” services including donated furniture, clothing, household items and emergency gasoline vouchers.

The Society serves the following zip codes: 77336 (Huffman), 77338 and 77339 (Humble), 77345 (Kingwood), 77346 (Atascocita), 77357 (New Caney), 77365 (Porter), and 77372 (Splendora).



281-358-1050 fax

Mission Greenspoint

Pregnancy Assistance: Monday – Thursday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm by appointment only.  For appointment please call: 281-872-1422

Note: This center does not provide referrals for abortion services


11947 N. Freeway

Houston, TX 77060


281-872-2044 fax

Please allow 1 – 2 days for a response.

Hope Now

Hope Now is the vision of Mission Centers of Houston.  We seek to offer programs, opportunities, and relationships and educational experiences that increase our community’s ability to experience Hoe Now in a what that propels them to a greater life of empowerment sustainability and knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Mission Centers of Houston has three locations:

  • Gano Mission Center

  • Joy Fellowship Center

  • Mildred McWhorter Missionary Building

They have food panty and clothing.  They do not give out monetary support.



Search Homeless Services

Emergency Aid Resource Center for the Homeless


Search Homeless Services

2505 Fannin

Houston, TX  77002


713-739-9201 fax

Salvation Army Facilities and Locations
Greater Houston Area Command

The Salvation Army Greater Houston Area Command

1500 Austin St · (800) 728-7825


The Salvation Army Family Store & Donation Center

2208 Washington Ave · (713) 869-3551

In-store shopping


Salvation Army

4516 Irvington Blvd · (713) 692-0522


The Salvation Army Jones Residence

1603 McGowen St · (713) 650-6530


Salvation Army

2407 N Main St · (713) 224-2875


Salvation Army International Corporation

7920 Cook Rd · (713) 988-5201

The Salvation Army

12507 Windfern Rd · (832) 200-4620


The Salvation Army East Harris County

Pasadena, TX · (713) 378-0020



Salvation Army of Garden City

9717 W Montgomery Rd · (832) 201-8076


The Salvation Army Family Store & Donation Center

6150 Bissonnet St · (713) 778-1161

In-store shopping


Salvation Army Boys & Girls

2600 Aldine Westfield Rd · (713) 694-5688


The Salvation Army Family Store & Donation Center

8145 S Texas 6 · (281) 530-1007

In-store shopping


The Salvation Army Young Adult Resource Center (YARC)

1621 McGowen St · (713) 658-9205

Interfaith Hospitality Network

Emergency Basic Needs Program

Serving the following zip codes:

77014, 77032, 77038, 77050, 77060, 77064, 77066, 77067, 77068, 77069, 77070, 77073, 77086, 77090, 77373, 77379, 77388, and 77389



Appointments are required; call 281-583-5600 from Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to Noon and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

Emergency Shelters
Harris County Assistance Programs

If you are a low to moderate income individual or family living in Houston or Harris County area, the Gulf Coast Community Services Association (GCCSA) can provide you with short term help on bills and expenses, and at the same time ensure you have access to longer term support.


Main Office: University Business Park

5000 Gulf Freeway

Building One

Houston, TX  77023


Coalition for the homeless: 713-739-7514

United Way helpline: 713-957-4351

Retire Guide - SNAP

The federal food assistance program, SNAP, sometimes also called Food Stamps, is available to low-income households to encourage healthy food choices. We have developed a new guide aimed at educating senior citizens about the benefits of this great program.

Please feel free to visit the Retire Guide Food Stamps for Seniors Guide at:


Lina Bernal


Retire Guide - Medicare Grocery Benefit

Another Retire Guide resource is the Medicare Grocery Benefit, which is a great food program for seniors. You can access it at:


Lina Bernal


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