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Community Resources
(Click on the blue links to access these websites)

For more information click organization's name. Please note: Services may be limited to residents of certain areas. Links will open in a new window.

*Did you know Huguley Hospital has a medical bus to help those without insurance. You can pay what you can. They can give antibiotics or meds for pre-existing needs. Here is the link where the bus will be in Johnson County. Hope this helps! 
http://www.texashealthhuguley.org/careservices/mobilehealthservicesbus.aspx?fbclid=IwAR1olSMBRa5MPgysZcZ-NW1foSJArCGvW1q9RpGmJbdDqQW7F26x5YrGlgM

* Partnership for Prescription Assistance
* Patient Advocate Foundation's Co-Pay Relief Program: (Must have insurance and income must be below 500 percent of federal povery guidelines)
* Prevent Blindness Texas: (eye exams, glasses, safety, glaucoma checks)
* Promises Community Ministries: (Counseling and other services)
* The Women's Center: (Rape Crisis and Victim Services)
* Recovery Resource Council: (Counseling services and resources for alcohol/substance abuse.)
* The Hope Center: (Financial assistance for prescription and medical needs. Part of Catholic Charities Fort Worth. May be limited to certain areas.)
* Tarrant County Public Health Department: (Vaccinations, disease prevention, smoking cessation)
* Johnson County Public Health Department: (Indigent healthcare. Check website for financial qualifications.)
* The Bridge: A ministry of Westhill Church of Christ in Cleburne. Prescription and financial assistance.
* Call 211 Texas 
* Texas Health Community Connect: Type in your zip code to find programs serving people in that zip code.
 * H.O.P.E. Medical Clinic: 817-641-5858
For residents of Johnson and Hill counties. Limited dental services for those with limited or no health insurance.
*Public Outreach Department of The Mesothelioma Center: As you may be aware, mesothelioma is a deadly form of cancer caused from asbestos exposure. Due to the long latency period of mesothelioma, approximately 20-50 years, about 80% of those who are diagnosed with this terrible disease are seniors. Our organization works 1-on-1 with these individuals to help them find local doctors, treatment centers and support groups. 1-855-404-4592
*Delphi Health Group: Addiction-and-Disabilities: Public awareness of addiction has skyrocketed during the American opioid epidemic, but some critical trends among vulnerable populations have not received as much attention. This includes the prevalence of addiction among individuals with disabilities of all sorts.
Some disabilities, chronic pain in particular, are inexorably linked to the opioid crisis and are a serious consideration for responsible solutions. There is a difficult balance between responsible prescription of opioids and the humane treatment of chronic pain.
I believe a crucial first step is to educate individuals with disabilities themselves, on the relationship between disability, addiction and treatment. Understanding the connection here is the first step towards individual recovery. 1-844-208-4761
*Texas Poison Control Center: 1-800-222-1222 In a poison emergency, do not wait for the victim to look or feel sick. If a victim is collapsed or not breathing call 9-1-1. 
*Texas Abuse / Neglect Hotline: 1-800-252-5400
*ChildHelp National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453
*National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
*Texas Substance Abuse Hotline: 1-877-966-3784
*Alcholics Anonymous: AA.org
*Alanon and Alateen: 1-888-425-2666
*Narcotics Anonymous: 1-818-773-9999
*Texas Baby Moses Hotline: 1-877-904-7283
*Texas Water Safety: WatchKidsAroundWater.org
*Texas Infant Safe Sleep: BabyRoomToBreathe.org Dfps.state.tx.us/Room_to_Breathe
*Beauty and the Beast Inside: How Body Image Impacts Mental Health. About 8 million Americans are suffering from an eating disorder and I don't think we talk about it enough. Unrealistic images of how a body "should" look permeate all forms of media. Without an equally visible discussion on mental and physical health and wellness, it's no wonder so many young people think they don't measure up.
Here's what's in it:
1. Negative and Positive Body Image
2. Body Image and Mental Health
3. Body Dysmorphic Disorder
4. Related Eating Disorders
5. How To Improve Body Image
 https://tapestrync.com/treatment/mental-health-treatment/body-image/


Dental Resources

* Texas A&M College of Dentistry: a teaching institution in which treatment is performed by students and supervised by licensed clinical faculty.
* Dental Health Arlington: clinic provides dental care to low-income individuals and families to help them avoid future health issues and emergency dental problems.
* H.O.P.E. Dental Clinic: 817-641-5858
For residents of Johnson and Hill counties. Limited dental services for those with limited or no health insurance.
* Tarrant County College Dental Hygiene Clinic: 817-515-6641 828 West Harwood Rd. Hurst TX 76054 Students provide services in a dedicated clinic. The clinic services are strictly preventative. A one time fee of $10 is charged for services provided during each semester. Students preform all services and work under the direct supervision of full time and part time licensed faculty. Services provided: *Prophylaxis (cleaning of teeth) *Full Mouth X-Rays *Panoramic X-Rays *Pit and Fissure sealants & bite wings *Seven vertical bite wings *Preventatve counseling sessions.  

*Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) program: 218 S Ridgeway Dr. Cleburne TX 76033 817-224-2248 (ex:8) We provide free assistance with education, including help paying for GED testing, applying for financial aid, and scholarship opportunities.
*Operation Blessing: 105 George St. Cleburne TX 817-645-8511
food, clothing, furniture, RX 
*Promises Community Ministries: 140 NW Renfro St. Burleson TX 817-295-9384
food, clothing vouchers, bills, RX 
*Crowley House of Hope: 216 N Magnolia, Crowley TX 817-297-6400
food, clothing
*Salvation Army: 111 S Anglin St. Cleburne TX 817-558-1296
bills, rent, gas, water, food, household items, Christmas program, school supplies, V.B.S
*Texas Neighborhood Services: 118 W Heard St. Cleburne TX 817-598-5700
bill crisis
*Heart For The Kids: 342 SW Alsbury Blvd, Burleson, TX 76028 817-447-2923 Providing assistance for under-privileged children. Main programs consist of Back To School and Christmas Programs. Assistance available year round. 
*The Bridge Benevolence Center/Westhill Church of Christ: 401 E Henderson St. Cleburne TX  817-645-6819  bills, food, clothing, RX, gas vouchers
*Action Community Services: Apt Line- 817-392-5790
utility assistance for Tarrant County residents
*First United Methodist Church of Cleburne: 1300 Westhill Cleburne TX 817-645-6392
rent, utilities
*Keene Community Services: 201 Fairview St. Keene TX 817-641-9804
financial assistance (Keene residents only)
*New Hope Church 972-366-1977
Soup Kitchen on Wednesday nights
*Low-Income Energy Assistance Program: 1-866-674-6327
bills, energy crisis, weatherization and energy related home repairs. Preference is given to elderly, disabled, and homes with children under 6. This is a service of the National Energy Assistance Referral Project.
*Oncor Low-Income Weatherization Program: 1-866-728-3674
Free for clients in Oncor's service territory
*Methodist Justice Ministry: Jodie Connaughton 750 West 5th St. Ft. Worth TX 76102
817-339-2407 jconnaughton@myfumc.org FREE LEGAL AID 
*ReInspire: Providing services and programs to youth and young adults currently or formerly in foster care. Also youth with similar risk factors. Typically serves ages 12-23. Focused on providing skills and resources for clients to develop the hope and confidence in their own successful and stable future, a future all youth want and deserve. 
817-405-9178 WeAreReInspire.org
*Parenting Support: HelpandHope.org Parenting is a tough job. Find resources and support in your community. 
*Youth & Teen Help: Texas Youth/Runaway Hotline: Call: 1-800-98-YOUTH or Text: 512-872-5777 Dfps.state.tx.us/Youth_Hotline
*Burleson Police Department-Victim Assistance Coordinator-1161 SW Wilshire Blvd. Burleson TX 76028. 817-426-9910 , Direct-817-426-9901

* Your Texas Benefits: State benefit programs help people with little or no money who are in need. 
*Tarrant County Human Services: 817-531-5620
utilities, rent, mortgage (Tarrant County Residents)
*Call 211 Texas or 1-877-541-7905 for State Benefit Services in your area
*Public Utility Commision: 1-888-782-8477
complaints/problems with your electric provider (PUCI) (Public Utility Commision Investigator
*Family Violence Program: You can get a ride to a safe place, find shelter, legal help or a job, recieve counseling. Call - 1-800-799-7233 (1-800-799-SAFE) (TTY 1-800-787-3224)
*Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program: You can get help quitting, dealing with crisis, or keeping others from using drugs or alcohol. Call - 1-877-966-3784 (1-877-NO DRUG)
*Texas Workforce Network: 817-641-6201  You can get help looking for a job, finding a job, and building your resume.
*Adult Education and Family Literacy Program: Do you want help learning to read or obtaining your GED. Job skills, or learning to speak English. Call - 1-800-441-7323 or (1-800-411-READ)
*Health Insurance Premium Payment Program: Do you need help paying for your health insurance. Call - 1-800-440-0493 Or write: Texas Health and Human Services Commision TMHP-HIPP PO Box 201120 Austin TX 78720-1120
*Family Planning: Men and Women can get help with birth control or other health care. Women age 15-44 who can't get Medicaid or CHIP might be able to get services in the Healthy Texas Women Program. A parent or legal guardian must apply for young women age 15-17. To learn more go to HealthyTexasWomen.org or Call - 1-866-993-9972
*WIC: Women, Infants and Children Program helps pregnant and new mothers, get food and formula for you and your baby or children, and helps with vaccines.
Call - 1-800-942-3678
*Texas Attorney General Child Support Division: 1-800-252-8014
*Texas Law Help: TexasLawHelp.org
*Texas Legal Services Center: TLSC.org
*Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs: Find rent help, emergency and homeless services, utility bill help, buying a home, homebuying education and weatherization. tdhca.state.tx.us/Texans
*TexVet.org is a state-funded information and referral service, specifically for Texas’ military and their families.
We have veteran-focused resource guides for Johnson and Tarrant counties at:
http://texvet.org/county/tarrant
http://texvet.org/county/johnson
…and a clickable map with resource guides for every county in Texas at:
http://texvet.org/county