This resource page provides services to help non-profit organizations that are recovering from economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Select the drop-down menus below to find resources related to funding, employee assistance, legal assistance, consulting help, and more. The organization offers a wide variety of social services and economic opportunity programs that benefit people with low and moderate incomes. Programs include Head Start for preschoolers, various health service programs such as family planning for cancer screening and primary health care, as well as adult education, assistance for paying for public services and programs for the elderly.
The Central Texas Literacy Coalition exists to improve the quality and availability of literacy services. American YouthWorks Texas Conservation Corps is a program that provides young adults with job training and education in conservation and natural resource management. Texas CBAR is a state lawyer referral program that provides free legal help to eligible non-profit groups that cannot otherwise afford legal services. Non-profit organizations in Central Texas have access to a wide range of programs that can help them achieve their goals.
These programs provide financial assistance, educational opportunities, health services, legal advice, and more. By taking advantage of these resources, non-profits can ensure their success in providing essential services to their communities.