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How To Get Help Connecting To Community Resources

If you’re looking for information on community resources, you’ve come to the right place. While we may not be able to personally take on your case, our team is here to help you find the answers you need.

Editor’s Note: If you do need more hands-on case management you can find a list of Houston nonprofits and government organizations to help you here

Think of us as your trusty guides in navigating the healthcare system and community resources. Whether you are a medical professional or citizen, you are welcome to ask questions. 

Simply ask your question below and we’ll provide you with straightforward feedback, and point you in the direction of the best options available to meet your needs. 

6 thoughts on “Ask Us Anything!

  1. Carla Hudson Reply

    I am looking for apartment for my 80 year old brother B G Hudson who has a sex offender charges is over 25 years. Looking for 1 bedroom on North side

  2. arlen king Reply

    I need to find emergency shelter for a dear friend of mine, she’s currently using drugs and she is off her medication. She is an abusive relationship and always threatened to be kicked out. They have no water there and the house is infested with bugs and rats. She needs help immediately. I am in recovery myself so I am more versed in where to look for help. She doesn’t know where to turn to and asked me for my help. Please let me know if there is anything you can tell me that can help. She is barely able to talk on the phone due to the abusive situation.

    • Nick Bryant Post authorReply

      A place called the Re Center might be a good option. They offer housing/apartments for individuals like your friend. Its a good resource because they can help with the housing part and helping her to overcome her addition issues.

      Another option to help her get inpatient substance abuse is called The Council on Alcohol and Drugs. They will assess her and let her know where she can go for assistance based on her income (or lack of income) and insurance.

      Again I would say start with Re Center because they offer housing for individuals with addition. I’m not sure if they have waitlists though.

  3. BERNARD A Brown Reply

    Need help getting my id card please I been in Houston tx for 8 years now and I don’t know what to do

    • Nick Bryant Post authorReply

      Hi Bernard, hope all is well my man!

      If your situation is that you are missing a birth certificate or Social Security card needed to get an ID consider a place called Texas ID connect. They are really good at helping people navigate the process.

      If you have all your documents and just need to know where to get your ID card from checkout this guide. It will show you how to get an ID in Texas online or in person.

      Let me know if you have more questions,


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