Every day Orange County non-profit agencies help individuals from all walks of life to conquer health, education, and income challenges.
Your pledge supports the following United Way Agencies for Orange County:
Provides low-cost overnight accommodations in a safe and comfortable environment to outpatients or family members of patients using medical facilities.
1025 14th Street • Beaumont, TX 77702 •833-0649
A program of Family Services of Southeast Texas, Inc.
Provides shelter, counseling, and other support services to women and children who are victims of family violence.
1-800-621-8882 • 833-2668
3550 Fannin • Beaumont, TX 77701
Orange Community Action Association
Provides senior adults nutritional hot meals at noon during the work week at its centers and Meals On Wheels delivered to homebound individuals.
103 N 5th Street • Orange, TX 77630 • 886-2186
Provides medical/legal accompaniment, crisis intervention for sexual assault survivors, 24-hour Hotline for suicide prevention/crisis telephone service, and educational prevention/awareness programs for youth and adult support groups.
l-800-7WeCare (Hotline) •835-3355
Right Choice of Orange County –
South East Texas Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Provides substance abuse education, referrals, screening, assessment, and outpatient treatment services.
3212 Concord, Ste C • Orange, TX 77630 • 670-9524
Provides professional counseling for individuals, groups, families and couples. Promotes healing and growth of mind, body, and spirit of persons.
Call 1-877-385-3347 for services in Orange County
1502 Strickland, Ste 4 • Orange, TX 77630 • 727-6400
Services include effective physical, occupational, and speech rehabilitation; education services including therapy for children with autism and other related disorders, parent assistance and support.
855 S 8th Street • Beaumont, TX 77701 • 838-6568
Southeast Texas Hospice, Inc.
Provides in-the-home counseling, bereavement, and medical care to terminally ill patients and their families. Hospice also offers homelike care in area nursing homes and assisted living centers with flexible visiting hours and care for the patient and family.
912 W Cherry • Orange, TX 77630 • 886-0622
Provides a structured environment and opportunities for adjustment to boys, ages 6-17 in a licensed residential facility.
3655 N Major Drive •Beaumont, TX 77706 •866-2400
Assists and guides young people ages 6 through 21 in character development, citizen training, and physical fitness, by instilling values to make ethical choices in order to achieve their full potential.
4650 Cardinal Drive •Beaumont, TX 77705 •842-5240
Provides educational and recreational activities for boys and girls in grades K-12 to enhance character, social, and skill development.
908 Pine Avenue • Orange, TX 77630 • 883-8841
Encourages community mobilization to implement evidence based environmental strategies with a primary focus on changing policies and social norms in communities to prevent and/or reduce underage drinking across Texas. The secondary focus is to prevent marijuana or prescription drug overdose.
3212 Concord, Ste C •Orange, TX 77630 •670-9524
Engages girls, ages 5 to 17, in discovering themselves, connecting with others, and taking action to make the world a better place.
700 North Street, Ste F • Beaumont, TX 77701 •832-0556
Provides trained volunteers to teach adults 16 and older to learn to read, write, obtain a GED, and instruction of English as a second language.
520 Decatur •Orange, TX 77630 •886-4311
Provides educational, social skills, and vocational training to the mentally challenged to enable them to seek gainful employment in the private and public sector of the community.
905 W Park • Orange, TX 77630 • 886-1363
Provides a place for young people from disadvantaged circumstances to learn and spend free time constructively while learning to become responsible citizens and leaders.
1950 MLK Drive • Orange, TX 77630 • 1-409-291-8400
Provides on campus after school care at Little Cypress and West Orange-Cove Elementary Schools and youth basketball programs. Reading tutors are provided to at-risk elementary students in the summer. Financial Scholarships enable all to attend Y programs.
6760 9th Avenue • Port Arthur, TX 77642 • 962-6644
Alcohol and drug out-patient treatment center in Orange, Texas for adults. The objective of the program is to establish a drug, alcohol free life style with minimal interruptions to vocational, educational, and family settings.
4305 Tejas Parkway • Orange, TX 77632 •883-7074
Unity Treatment Center – South East Texas
Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Provides state-licensed residential substance abuse treatment services to adult males.
4673 Washington Blvd • Beaumont, TX 77707 • 840-9350
Friends Helping Friends
Provides assistance to those in need which helps preserve and promote their dignity and self-esteem by giving clothing, furniture, household goods, school supplies and uniforms, and financial assistance when funds permit. Clients volunteer services in return for goods or assistance received.
2112 N 35th Street • Orange, TX 77630 • 882-9717
A multi-service agency which provides emergency assistance with food, clothing, utilities, rent and prescriptions for residents in Orange County. Community meeting rooms are available and character building activities are conducted for all ages.
1950 MLK Drive • Orange, TX 77630 • 1-409-291-8400
Vidor Children’s Fund
Provides clothing, school supplies and medical or dental assistance to children of needy families who reside in Vidor.
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