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City staff work everyday on programs and with partners to help those experiencing homelessness. Here are City of Austin Programs working to prevent and solve Homelessness. Please find the latest list of services available across the city and information about how to access them here. AHAC is facilitated and administratively supported by DACC and meets on a biweekly basis to provide input on processes, programs, and practices impacting and serving individuals experiencing homelessness.
For more information or to schedule time on one of their agendas, you may reach out to Laura Williamson at Laura. Williamson2 austintexas. Austin Public Library provides services to persons experiencing homelessness every day.
At its core, the Library connects people to the resources they need and is a critical component in caring for members of our community experiencing homelessness. It offers emergency shelter, basic services and connections to housing for men.
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The emergency shelter serves single adult women and women and their dependents. For more information or to schedule an appointment call The Homeless Outreach Street Team HOST is an innovative and collaborative initiative that operates in the Downtown and West Campus area, occasionally assisting other parts of the city to address the needs of people living on the streets. HOST is modeled after similar successful programs that have taken root in other cities in the U.
The City of Austin partners with the following organizations in the community to coordinate and provide residents with access to services:. ECHO is the lead agency that plans and implements community-wide strategies to end homelessness in Austin and Travis County.
Resources for Those Experiencing Homelessness. City Resources City staff work everyday on programs and with partners to help those experiencing homelessness. Return to Austin's Homeless Strategy.
Austin Public Library Austin Public Library provides services to persons experiencing homelessness every day. By centralizing services at certain locations, service providers are able to meet individuals where they are to help individuals navigate to behavior health care, medical care, employment assistance, shelter, food, clothing, and housing. For more information and locations call Additional Partners and Resources The City of Austin partners with the following organizations in the community to coordinate and provide residents with access to services: ECHO is the lead agency that plans and implements community-wide strategies to end homelessness in Austin and Travis County.
Supportive services Caritas of Austin provides housing, food, educational, career, and other supportive services. Front Steps formerly Capital Area Homeless Alliance offers emergency shelter, affordable housing, case management, and other supportive services.
Goodwill of Central Texas offers education and job training, job placement, and other career-related services. Integral Care supports adults and children living with mental illness, substance abuse disorder, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Mobile Loaves and Fishes provides food, clothing, hygiene products, and housing. SAFE supports survivors of child abuse, sexual assault and exploitation, and domestic violence.
Salvation Army Austin provides emergency shelter, meals, and services for children. United Way for Greater Austin connects people to a wide range of health and human services.
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American Youthworks allows young people to complete their high school education while gaining vocational training. Any Baby Can provides services for children, expecting parents, and parents of young kids. Emergency shelter Casa Marianella offers shelter and support services to displaced immigrants.
LifeWorks provides emergency shelter, counseling, and career services for homeless youth and young parents. Transitional and affordable housing Blackland Affordable Housing Program provides affordable housing in the Blackland neighborhood of East Austin.
Foundation for the Homeless provides transitional housing, food services, and other support services for homeless individuals. Front Steps Housing Programs offers transitional and affordable permanent housing. Greendoors offers transitional and affordable permanent housing. Greendoors Veterans Re-Entry Housing provides transitional housing for homeless veterans. Mobile Loaves and Fishes Community First!
Village provides affordable permanent housing.