Bridges to Growth Parent Resource Center (The Georgetown Project) – A parent/childcare provider resource center offering developmentally appropriate pre-school toys, books, parenting books in its lending library. Conducts regular parenting classes and childcare provider training. Developmental activities are also offered for toddlers twice a month. Periodically offers creative arts and crafts or drama events for pre-school and elementary age children. Offers a free parent hotline for parents of young children. 512-864-3008 Jane Hazelton, Coordinator
Community Action, Inc. Rural Aids Services Program (RASP) – Provides case management for HIV positive individuals in Bastrop, Blanco, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, and Williamson counties. Case management services offered are: linkage with medical providers, assistance with locating appropriate service providers based on needs assessment, linkage with the Texas HIV Medication Program, limited financial assistance may be available. Transportation to medical and dental appointments may be available for clients who have barriers to transportation or for clients who may be too ill to drive. 512-931-2471 Donna Johnson
Family Eldercare – Provides caring, professional services for seniors and caregivers in Williamson County including In-Home Care and Caregiver Services, Geriatric Consultation, Service Coordination, Money Management and Guardianship. Services are available on a sliding fee scale based on income. 512-450-0844
Goodwill Industries of Central Texas Job Help Center – Goodwill Industries of Central Texas Job Help Center-offer Case Management and Job Search assistance to eligible job seekers. Provide related training (interview skills, applications skills, computer, job search planning and financial literacy) job leads and support services. Visit www.austingoodwill.org or call 512-591-7808. Sandra McDowell
Literacy Council WILCO – Provides GED prep classes, Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, and vocational training for adults 18 years and older. Seventeen year olds must have withdrawal papers form high schools and a guardian signature. Many of our classes are $25 per year/session, but we never turn anyone away for the inability to pay. Vocational classes are always free of charge for students. We offer GED scholarships to help cover the cost of exams. Please call 512-869-0497 or email info@LiteracyCouncilWILCO.org for more information. You can visit our website at www.LiteracyCouncilWILCO.org.
SEGCC – Southeast Georgetown Community Council – Provides informational workshops on topics that concern the community at large. We offer document translations from Spanish to English and vice-versa. SEGCC partners with other organizations and local nonprofits to provide resources and referrals. We aid with filling out immigration forms. We hold regular community meetings to inform and educate about our local city activities, functions and available resources. SEGCC has three notary publics and voter registrars available. Visit www.segcc.org or call 512-688-5174, Chuck Collins, Executive Director
Texas Baptist Children’s Home (TBCH) – Hope Program – The HOPE Program partners with churches, social service agencies, and the community to provide no-cost trauma-informed counseling to individuals, couples, families, adolescents, and children by Licensed Counselors and TBRI® Practitioners; parent education highlighting the need for a delicate balance of structure and nurturing, aftercare services, and community outreach, at an accessible location for Georgetown-based clients. HOPE Program professionals are dedicated to providing compassionate care to children and families in need. Visit www.tbch.org/Site/Service/Family-Care-Program/hope.aspx or contact: 737-444-2589 Suzanne Wood, MA, LPC, LCCA
The Christi Center – Offers free grief support services for children, teens, and adults who are adjusting to life after the death of a loved one and provide education and crisis intervention for community organizations. 512-591-7440 Erin Spalding
Wonders & Worries – Serves children ages 2-18 who have a parent or caregiver with a serious illness. We work with children and their families to provide an age-appropriate understanding of the illness. 512-329-5757 Kim Fryar, Program Director
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