On Going Services

These are the ongoing services that we provide:

Information and Referral

Our resource directory allows us to refer people to the most appropriate agency or service.

Advocacy/Family Violence

advocacy hotline

Provides support to victims of Family Violence through community education, counseling, referrals, support groups, accompanying victims to court hearings, and assistance with forms.

Video: I Know Someone Being Abused, What Should I Do?

Care Calls

Elementary school children make daily calls to senior citizens or individuals who are disabled, live alone, and/or who are in need of friendly support.

Case Management

For persons wanting to work toward goals. Special consideration given to victims of family violence.


Partner with licensed counselors in both English and Spanish.

Financial Assistance

Financial advisor volunteers meet with clients requesting emergency assistance, i.e., housing, utilities, child care, gasoline, and medical (medications, medical procedures, dental, hearing and vision).

Food 4 Kids

Children, who are identified by local school counselors as needing supplemental food, are provided with nutritional snacks on weekends. Click here for a list of items that are needed!

Help a Senior (HAS)

This program is basically one of “friendly support”. A volunteer establishes a one on one relationship with a senior in need. Our goal is to give these seniors a little time of caring each week. This caring might just be a visit, or a follow up phone call after a doctor’s visit, or a trip to the grocery store or food pantry, if they don’t have transportation. Men and women volunteers are needed.

Hill Country Recording for the Handicapped

The Needs Council is a collection point for recorded tapes.

Medical Transportation

Volunteer drivers provide transportation to medical appointments for elderly individuals who have no other resource for transportation.


Parents earn credit toward licensed child care upon completion of the “Parenting with Love and Logic” course.