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Information for Families in Need

Our Family Support Services office has prepared this document listing emergency help resources for students and families. For more information, contact ellenlobue@hebisd.edu

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Document transcript:

EMERGENCY HELP - May 2020

Local Resources:

  • Tarrant County Workforce Solutions - https://workforcesolutions.net/
  • 6 Stones Mission Network - https://www.6stones.org/covid-19/
  • Mission Central - https://missioncentraltx.org/
  • ACH Child & Family Services - https://achservices.org/
  • Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas - https://internet.lanwt.org/locations/fortworth
  • Tarrant County Homeless Coalition Landlord/Tenant - Helpline: 817-966-7666

TARRANT AREA FOOD BANK MOBILE PANTRY SCHEDULE SERVING HEB FAMILIES

(ZIP CODE - LOCATION - ADDRESS
DISTRIBUTION TIME)

76040 - Euless Mobile - 200 E Euless Blvd
1st Wednesday of month 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

76040 - First UMC Euless Mobile - 106 N Main St
3rd Tuesday of every month 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

76053 - Hurst Mobile Pantry - 824 W Pipeline RD
4th Saturday of every month 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

76053 - Mobile Pantry Mission Central - 521 W Pipeline Rd
2nd Friday of every month 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

LOST YOUR HOUSING?

If you have recently lost your housing or have unstable housing, assistance may be available.
Contact ellenlobue@hebisd.edu
If you are staying:
- Doubled-up with friends/family
- In a hotel/motel or shelter
- In a car
- From place-to-place

Support for Homeless High School Youth:
Case Managers are available to support homeless high school students in HEB ISD. Parents, please remind your student to reach out to his/her case manager via email at any time.

  • Trinity HS contact lydiaperez@hebisd.edu
  • LD Bell HS contact lanarobins@hebisd.edu
  • KEYS HS contact lanarobins@hebisd.edu

United Way 2-1-1

https://www.unitedwaytarrant.org/2-1-1/
24 hours-a-day for help of all kinds
When you need help, but don’t know where to turn, call 2-1-1. A highly-trained information and referral specialist will listen to your needs and connect you with the right community organization or government agency. It is free and confidential.