Student Resources

This list includes both campus and community resources available to you!
For more information or specific questions, please feel free to contact the resource directly or contact the Advocacy & Resource Center at 371-5446 or thearc@actx.edu.

*To be added or make changes to this list of resources, please contact The ARC at thearc@actx.edu

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Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse By Phone: 1-800-252-5400 or online at https://www.txabusehotline.org/Login/Default.aspx.

Call Abuse Hotline toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nationwide, or report with our secure website and get a response within 24 hours. Email reports not accepted.

For more information visit: https://www.dfps.state.tx.us/Contact_Us/report_abuse.asp


Amarillo College Seniors College
Amarillo College offers classes such as exercise, art and wood carving for senior citizens in the community.

For more information please contact 806-371-2920 or visit https://www.actx.edu/pe/seniors


Amarillo Senior Citizens Association
The mission of Amarillo Senior Citizens Association is to help senior citizens maintain independence, wellness, and quality of life through programs and services that meet their present and future needs.

For more information please contact 806-374-5500 or visit https://www.amarilloseniorcitizens.com/


The Amarillo Wesley Community Center Senior Citizens Program
Services are available Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:00pm

There is no cost to attend this program and free transportation is provided to and from the center.
Activities include: field trips, pot lucks, weekly blood pressure checks, sewing club, games, exercise activities and more.

Located at 1615 S. Roberts St.
For more information please call 806-372-7960 or visit http://www.wesleyamarillo.org/site/programs-1/senior-citizen-programs


Meals on Wheels Amarillo
Adequate meals delivered to your home for only $2.50/meal. Deliveries are Monday-Friday.

Eligibility: At least 60 years old, be homebound, limited to no driving, unable to prepare well balanced meals, not have anyone in the household who is able to prepare meals.

For more information, please call 806-374-1521 or visit https://amarillomealsonwheels.org/our-programs/


Jan Werner Adult Daycare
Services offered: Transportation, Alzheimers day care, nutrition, physical rehab, medical services, and social services.

Located at 3108 S. Filmore St. Amarillo, TX 79110
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm

To schedule a visit: https://janwerneradultdaycare.org/#tour
For more information, please call 806-374-5516

Center for Academic Development
Child Development Lab School Offers childcare services at a discounted rate for students.

Amarillo College West Campus
6222 West 9th Ave.
Amarillo, TX 79106
806-356-3636 
Open Monday-Friday from 7:15am 5:30pm

https://www.actx.edu/education/childcare


Hagy Center for Young Children
Offers childcare services at a discounted rate for students. 

Located in the Amarillo Medical District
1201 Streit Drive
Amarillo TX 79106
806-379-2704 
Open Monday-Friday from 6:00am 8:00pm

https://www.actx.edu/education/childcare


Workforce Solutions Panhandle - Child Care Services
Offers ongoing childcare assistance to those who qualify.

3120 Eddy
Amarillo, Texas 79106
Phone: 806-372-5521
Fax: 806-371-7342
Toll Free: 1-877-967-5228

Hours: Monday Friday 8:00am 5:00pm
https://wspanhandle.com/child-care/for-parents/


Amarillo College Workforce Solutions 
In collaboration with Workforce Solutions, a representative is available on the Washington Street Campus twice a week to answer your questions.

Location: Career Services Center 
Ware Student Commons, 3rd floor 
Tuesdays from 9:00am 12:00pm and Thursdays from 1:00pm 4:00pm

If you have any questions please contact: Roxanne Morgan at 806-350-1644 or rmorgan@wspanhandle.com


Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Program
The CCAMPIS Program is administered by the U.S. Department of Education. The goal of CCAMPIS is to increase access to post-secondary education for low-income parents by providing quality, affordable and accessible child care scholarships, while student-parents further their education at Amarillo College.

Eligibility

To qualify for the CCAMPIS Program:

  • Student must be receiving a PELL Grant or be PELL Grant eligible based on the FAFSA Application. A FAFSA must be completed and on file with the Amarillo College Financial Aid Office.
  • Student must be enrolled full time at AC. Consideration is given for 2nd year part-time students. 
  • Child care services are available at the Hagy Center, Amarillo College Child Development Lab School, or Maverick Boys and Girls Clubs of Amarillo After School Care

For more information, email ccampis@actx.edu or call 806-345-5521


For a list of licensed childcare facilities who accept CCS, please visit: https://wspanhandle.com/child-care-providers/


Adult Students Program Scholarships 
Childcare Scholarships are available to assist in offsetting the cost of childcare services.

To apply, please complete the scholarship application through the Amarillo College Foundation at https://www.actx.edu/foundation/scholarship-applications

Students must apply every academic year to be considered. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA, and be in qualifying majors.

For more information, please contact the ARC at 806-371-5446 or thearc@actx.edu

Thrift City - Downtown Women's Center 
Located at: 812 SW 10th (Northeast Corner of 10th & Adams)

Hours: Monday thru Friday 10:00am 6:00pm Saturday 10:00am 5:00pm
Phone: 806-372-8564


Salvation Army Thrift Store 
Located at: 1211 SW 27th Avenue 

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00am 5:00pm 
Phone: 806-379-8482 


Goodwill 
Location: 1904 Bell St, Amarillo, TX 79106

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00am 7:00pm, Sundays 12:00pm 5:00pm
Phone: 806-331-6890 


Faith City Mission 
Located at: 600 N Tyler St, Amarillo, TX 79107

Hours:
Clothing for Women: Tuesdays 12:00pm
Clothing for Men: Thursdays 12:00pm                                                                                   
Phone: 806-373-6402


Mission Amarillo 
Assistance with shoes for students.

For more information, please call 806-553-0408 or visit https://www.missionamarillo.org/


Clothez Exchange 
Located at: 4515 S. Georgia St. #112 

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00am 7:00pm 
Phone: 806-352-6244 


Americas Best Thrift Store 
Located at: 3015 Plains Blvd.

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00am 7:00pm 
Phone: 806-376-1300 


Got Junk Thrift Store 
Located at: 1600 S. Washington St.

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00am7:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm5:00pm 
Phone: 806-331-6626


Platos Closet 
Located at: 3440 Bell St.

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00am9:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm6:00pm 
Phone: 806-418-2471 


Once Upon A Child Amarillo 
Located at: 4119 SW 34th Avenue 

Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am8:00pm, Saturday 10:00am8:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm6:00pm 
Phone: 806-354-0071 


Colorful Closets 
Assistance with clothing for school age children.
Contact your childs counselor or school advocate to submit a clothing request form. 

Email: info@colorfulclosetsama.org
Website: https://www.colorfulclosetsama.org/


For immediate clothing needs, please contact: 
The Advocacy & Resource Center at 806-371-5446 or thearc@actx.edu.

Amarillo College Counseling Center 
Students often seek counseling services for many reasons. One thing these students have in common is that something is going on personally which keeps them from reaching their goals. If the issues you face are outside the scope of our counselors or if additional resources would be helpful, then referral sources will be provided.

Here are some examples of reasons that a student may want to seek counseling: test anxiety, time management, academic adjustment/concerns, strategies for handling anxiety, stress, or depression, relationship troubles, transitions in life, identity exploration, eating concerns, or feeling overwhelmed.

To schedule an appointment, please call 806-371-5900. 
Sessions are free for current AC students.


Family Support Services 
Counseling, Advocacy for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence and human trafficking, Veterans Resource Center, Parenting Education, etc.

For specific questions regarding programs, please call 806-342-2526.


National Alliance Mental Illness (NAMI) Texas Panhandle 
NAMI Texas Panhandle is a nonprofit that provides FREE support groups and classes for individuals living with mental illness and their family members.

Mental illness includes diagnoses such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and more.

NAMI also provides advocacy and help people receive the services they need. Keep up with meetings and events by going to https://www.facebook.com/NamiTexasPanhandle/.

For questions please contact: Margie Netherton at 806-678-7385 or margienetherton@gmail.com.


Texas Panhandle Centers 
Texas Panhandle Centers Behavioral and Developmental Health (TPC), formerly known as Texas Panhandle Mental Health Mental Retardation, is part of the Texas Community Center system and is governed by a local board of trustees representing the citizens of the upper twenty-one counties of the Texas Panhandle.

TPC serves individuals with behavioral health needs (mental illness), intellectual and developmental disabilities and children with developmental delays.

For questions please contact: Steven Garcia at 806-351-3233 or steven.garcia@txpan.org.


The Amarillo Wesley Community Center Play Therapy & Counseling Services 
Services include: grief/bereavement, behavioral management, depression, anxiety, life skills building, stress management, parenting support, life transition.

AWCC provides mental health counseling for adults, teens, children, and families. Operating off of a sliding scale fee that is designed to provide mental health services for all persons, regardless of income.

Services are also offered in Spanish. Servicios de Consejeria son tambien disponible en Espanol. 
For more information, please contact Leticia Ruiz at 806-322-3033.


Psychologytoday.com 
Psychology Today is a media organization with a focus on psychology and human behavior. The Psychology Today website features therapy and health professionals directories. 

The website will allow you to insert the information that individualizes the assistance needed by asking questions such as city/zip code, insurance, age, type of therapy To narrow down the options of health professionals able to assist your needs. 

Website: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us


Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance 
The Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance builds systems that improve the behavioral health life cycle of care for all people of the Texas Panhandle. We envision a Texas Panhandle which promotes behavioral health and wellness where all people have access to high quality behavioral health care when and where they need it.

Website: http://panhandlebehavioralhealthalliance.org/

Amarillo College Career & Employment Services 
Assists AC students from the beginning of their career exploration, to finding a job during school and upon graduation.

For more information, please contact: Taylor Bingham at 806-371-5147 or employmentservices@actx.edu.


Workforce Solutions 
Provides community members with career services, and provides students with tuition assistance and childcare assistance.

For more information about programs available visit: https://wspanhandle.com/ or call 806-372-5521.


HireQuest Direct of Amarillo
A solutions-driven company with our eye on the future of the American workforce, business, and technology. 

For more information about programs available visit: https://hirequest.com/contact-us/
Address: 3512 W Amarillo Blvd, Amarillo, TX 79106
Phone: 806-373-6934

Amarillo National Bank 
The personal touch always matters, but in today's hectic, always-on world, speed and convenience matter more. With online banking, Amarillo National Bank makes it easy for you to access your accounts whenever you need themat home, on the go, or on the other side of the world.

For more information, please contact: Lizzie Williams at lizzie.williams@anb.com.


First Bank Southwest 
FirstBank Southwest has nine banking center locations in Amarillo, Booker, Hereford, Pampa, and Perryton, Texas. In addition to our many branches, we offer Online Banking, e-Statements, 24/7 automated telephone banking, debit cards, a Mobile Banking App, Mobile Bill Pay, and Mobile Deposit.

For more information, please contact Patrick Thornhill at patrickthornhill@fbsw.com.


Woodforest National Bank 
We focus on building relationships and discovering opportunities to better serve our communities and understand the financial needs of every customer we serve.

For more information, please contact: Tyson Lenerose at tlenerose@woodforest.com.


Education Credit Union 
Education Credit Union is committed to serving all persons within our field of membership, including those with disabilities. We strive to make not only our physical branches accessible, but also to conform to WCAG 2.0 guidelines for website accessibility.

For more information, please contact: Lindsey Murphy at lindsey.murphy@educationcu.com.

Amarillo College Food Pantry 
Twice a month, all currently enrolled Amarillo College students may access the Amarillo College Food Pantry for food, hygiene items, toiletries, and baby items.

To access the pantry on the Washington Street Campus, please visit: Amarillo College's Washington St. Campus Food Pantry 2022-2023 (google.com) to complete an online food pantry order. Upon placing your order, you will receive an email with instructions on how to pick up your bag.

Other campus pantry locations

  • West Campus: 
    Building A - Room 104M 
    354-6085 
     
  • East Campus: 
    Student Service Center - Room 136 
    335-4351 
     
  • Moore County Campus: 
    Room 111 
    934-7242 
     
  • Hereford Campus: 
    1115 West 15th 
    379-2700

Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle 
Programs offered: food services, affordable housing, adult eye care, disaster relief, emergency youth shelter, hunger project, immigration legal services, refugee resettlement, Safe Place, ESL classes, and youth mentoring.

For more information please call 806-376-4571 or visit https://www.cctxp.org/programs/.


Bethesda Outreach Center 
This is an outreach center sponsored by Trinity Fellowship church with a food pantry available to the community.

For more information please call 806-383-6990 Located at 1101 Fritch Hwy. Amarillo, TX 79108


Need help accessing SNAP Assistance? 
Contact the High Plains Food Bank at 374-8562 or visit https://www.hpfb.org/programs/benefit-assistance/#More to set up an appointment. 


Faith City Mission:
Located at: 600 N Tyler St, Amarillo, TX 79107
Phone: 806-373-6402

Meals Served Inside Facility:

  • Breakfast: Doors open 6:00am, food starts 6:30am
  • Lunch: Doors open 11:30am, food starts 12:00pm
  • Dinner: Doors open 5:00pm, food starts 5:30pm

To Access additional food pantries in the area, visit: https://www.hpfb.org/get-help/ 


Meals For Vets 
This program funds daily warm, nutritious meals for qualifying veterans under 60 years old by contracting with a meal provider or school and we pay for the meals. These meals are made available through several sources, e.g., the schools cafeterias, senior centers and other community meal providers, and in cases where this is not possible, by contracting with an organization to send two weeks supply of meals via Federal Express to the veteran.

Interested students should contact Mike Cagle, mike@honorveteransnow.org , tel. 830-992-3375. 
*Please let them know you are a student at Amarillo College.

Amarillo Counseling Services - 24-Hour Crisis Hotline
Family Support Services offers counseling if you are having thoughts of injuring yourself. At FSS, our caring and professional staff are dedicated to your well-being. We can help those struggling with depression, stress management, grief recovery, divorce recovery, eating disorders, anxiety and phobias, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, self-esteem, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress, behavioral problems, emotional trauma, parenting challenges, and many other issues.

Local Hotline number: 806-374-5433 
(24 Hour Hotline)

For more information: https://www.fss-ama.org/counseling


Crisis Text Line
Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7, high-quality text-based mental health support and crisis intervention by empowering a community of trained volunteers to support people in their moments of need. 

Contact: Text HOME to 741741 to reach a volunteer Crisis Counselor.

For more information: https://www.crisistextline.org/


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.

Contact: 1-800-273-8255

For more information: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/


National Human Trafficking Hotline
The National Human Trafficking Hotline connects victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking with services and supports to get help and stay safe. The Trafficking Hotline also receives tips about potential situations of sex and labor trafficking and facilitates reporting that information to the appropriate authorities in certain cases. 

Contact: 1-888-373-7888
SMS: 233733 (Text "HELP" or "INFO")

For more information: http://humantraffickinghotline.org


National Domestic Violence Hotline
24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.

Contact: Call 1-800-799-7233, Text START to 88788

For more information: https://www.thehotline.org/


National Sexual Assault Hotline
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization.

Contact: 1-800-656- 4673

For more information: https://www.rainn.org/resources

Amarillo Buckner Family Pathways 
Amarillo Buckner Family Pathways offers housing at a reduced rate, counseling services, case management services, and offers support to the participants. 

This is a self-sufficiency program for single parents going to college and working toward a better life for themselves and their children.

For more information, please contact: Melanie Rice at 806-373-3422 or mrice@buckner.org.


East Campus Housing 
Offers housing to students at a discounted rate. Located near our Amarillo College East Campus.

Office Location: 13819 NE 11th Ave For more information or to see how you qualify for discounts, please call: 806-335-4245 or visit: https://www.actx.edu/housing/.


Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle 
Programs offered: food services, affordable housing, adult eye care, disaster relief, emergency youth shelter, hunger project, immigration legal services, refugee resettlement, Safe Place, ESL classes, and youth mentoring.

For more information please call 806-376-4571 or visit https://www.cctxp.org/programs/.


Marthas Home 
Martha's Home provides homeless women and their children with shelter and support while guiding them towards a lifestyle of self-sufficiency. Services offered to the women and their children in need: Case Management services with individualized assistance.

For more information, please call: 806-372-4035


City of Refuge 
Day refuge sack lunches and clothing

For more information, please call 806-331-1891 
Located at: 613 S. Adams Amarillo, TX 79101


Downtown Women's Center 
Rehabilitation and Housing Services.

The mission of the Downtown Women's Center is to provide structured and safe residential housing and counseling for homeless women with addictions and their children.

Located at: 409 S. Monroe St. 
For more information, please call 806-372-3625


Salvation Army of Amarillo Shelter 
Men's emergency shelter and a women and families' emergency shelter. Clients are given an initial 30 day stay. During this stay, clients are encouraged to seek case management services.

When the temperature or wind chill is 38 degrees or below, The Salvation Army Emergency Shelters serve as warming centers for anyone needing shelter from the weather.

When the heat index is over 100 degrees, The Salvation Army Emergency Shelters serve as cooling centers for anyone needing shelter from the weather.

Mondays through Fridays. Check in is at 4:30pm for overnight shelter stays. Must leave by 7:00am. 
Saturday hours: 3:00pm to 8:00am the next morning. 
Sunday hours: 2:00pm to 7:00am the next morning. 

The Salvation Army is here to help meet all of your basic needs. Whether you need a bag of groceries to get through the week, a hot meal, or assistance paying an outstanding bill, Emergency Shelter. 

Located at: 400 S. Harrison 
For more information, please call 806-373-6631


Another Chance House 
Homeless shelter for men fighting alcoholism and drug addiction.

Nonprofit provider of emergency shelter and permanent, low-income rental housing to homeless males. ACH is unique and innovative because it offers several types of housing for long-term efforts toward self-sufficiency.

ACH is continually expanding its housing services by acquiring more properties that can be offered as low-income housing. It has expanded its role in the Amarillo community by collaborating with other organizations to assist more men, eliminate drug neighborhoods and minimize poverty. 

Program Services include case management, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, recovery programs, respect programs, family orientation, employment referral, vocational training and transportation. 

Another Chance House reserves a select number of beds for America's veterans. This program is a collaboration between ACH and the Veteran's Administration. 

Located at: 209 S. Jackson St. 
For more information, please call: 806-372-3344


Guyon Saunders Resource Center Community Day Room 
GSRC Community Day Room serves as a day shelter to those that are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless.

The Community Day Room is accessible seven days a week, Monday-Friday, 7:00am 5:00pm and Saturday and Sunday, 7:30am 3:30pm.

The Community Day Room does not close during severe weather conditions.

The GSRC Day Room also offers a separate Children and Families Day Room. The Children and Families Day Room offers a day shelter to parents and their children giving them the opportunity for a safe place to play, learn, and interact with others, as well as having access to basic needs.

Located at: 200 S. Tyler St. 
For more information, please call 806-373-0704


Faith City Mission 
Emergency food, clothing, shelter, and showers is a daily service provided for Amarillo's homeless community.

We serve 3 hot meals Monday through Saturday. We also provide emergency overnight shelter, inclement weather shelter and day room, daily showers, and Chapel services. 
During inclement weather policy every night is a weather night, the dorm is open Monday thru Sunday and overnight guests may stay throughout the winter.

Attendance: Overnight guests are asked to be here by 6:00pm Monday through Saturday, and by 4:30pm on Sunday.

Late overnight guests: Late overnight guests will be admitted regardless of the time - because of the cold weather always remind them to be here on time from now on. Overnight dorm sign-in is at 6:00pm Monday thru Saturday, and at 4:30pm on Sunday.

Length of Stay: Overnight guests may stay throughout the winter (No 30 day agreement).

Monday thru Saturday Overnight Dorm - The chapel doors open at 5:00pm for supper, Guests are asked to be here by 5:40pm to eat, & by 6:00pm to stay, overnight guests must go to the chapel after they eat supper where they will be checked by staff or watchmen, and then will be sent to the dorm.

Sunday Overnight Dorm: Overnight guests only - will be admitted to the chapel at 4:30pm, checked by Staff or watchmen in the chapel, and then signed into the dorm.

Overnight guests under the influence: During inclement weather policy period, we will admit persons who are under the influence for overnight stay.

Inclement Weather Dayroom Service: The dining room may be open as a dayroom during daytime hours, days and hours will be determined by the Shelter Director and posted.

Sunday is our Staffs Day Off: We provide overnight shelter only - on Sunday, - overnight guests are signed into the dorm at 4:30pm. (No meals/services available on Sunday).

Food Services: Monday through Saturday we serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, meal schedule is posted on the front doors. 

Located at: 600 N. Tyler St. 
For more information, please call 806-373-6402. 


Family Support Services 
Temporary shelter for individuals and families face crises such as family violence sexual assault divorce abuse stress. 

For more information, please call 806-374-5433. 


Patsy's Place Transitional Home 
Patsy's Place is a Christ-centered transitional home in Amarillo, Texas. The volunteers and staff nurture and mentor women as they struggle to cope with the overwhelming obstacles they face almost immediately upon release from county jail or prison. 

For more information, please call 806-418-2480. 


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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Veteran Care 
The Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to providing quality care to all Veterans inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning veterans. Excellent care has no boundaries. 

Please visit https://www.amarillo.va.gov/services/lgbt/index.asp for more information.
Or call Reagan Maldonado at 806-355-9703, ext. 7558. 


Amarillo Area Transgender Support Groups 
Weekly meetings on Wednesdays, 7:00pm 8:00pm 
Located at: 1501 SW 10th St. 

For more information, please contact: 806-340-0121. 


City of Amarillo Health Department 
Offers free and confidential sexually transmitted disease (STD) exams and HIV testing. 

For more information and to schedule an appointment, please contact: 806-378-6330. 


Panhandle AIDS Support Organization (PASO) 
PASO is dedicated to those touched by HIV and AIDS and increasing awareness of the disease. They offer many services for those diagnosed with HIV. 
Located at: 1501 SW 10th St. 

For more information, please contact: 806-372-1050 


West Texas A&M Buff Allies 
Buff Allies is a group of staff, faculty and students who are committed to creating a safe campus for LGBTQIA members of the WTAMU community. 

For additional Panhandle resources, safe-zone churches, gay-friendly establishments and informational resources,
please visit https://www.wtamu.edu/student-support/buff-allies/index.html


Bekki McQuay, LPC 
Located at: 1502 SW 10th St. 
806-376-4571 


Cecilia Kern, Counseling 
Located at: 3012 SE 26th St., Suite 700 
806-626-6991 


Diane Curtis, Counseling 
Located at: 1616 S. Kentucky St. 
806-463-7001 


Meadowbrook Counseling Center 
Located at: 3418 Olsen Blvd., Suite E 
806-433-0257

Amarillo College Legal Aid Clinic 
Assistance with family law, probate, immigration, landlord-tenant issues, and general legal matters.

Clinic Location: Washington Street Campus - Byrd Business Building - 3rd floor, Room 322
Clinic Hours: Monday - Thursday - 10:00am - 3:00pm Friday - By Appointment Only

For more information, please contact: 806-345-5670. 


Crime Victims Compensation 
If you are having trouble meeting your expenses because of a crime, you may qualify for victims compensation benefits.

Please visit https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/crime-victims/crime-victims-compensation-program/apply-crime-victims-compensation for more information.


Family Support Services - Crisis Services 
The FSS Crisis Services Team provides assistance to victims of sexual assault, family violence and human trafficking in Amarillo, Texas and surrounding areas of the Texas Panhandle. Our programs are designed to provide safety as well as advocacy for victims, along with the prevention of these crimes.

For more information, please contact: 806-374-5433.


Victims Assistance Program 
Through Amarillo Police Department.

For more information, please contact: Susie Valencia at 806-378-6107. 


Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle 
Programs offered: food services, affordable housing, adult eye care, disaster relief, emergency youth shelter, hunger project, immigration legal services, refugee resettlement, Safe Place, ESL classes, and youth mentoring.

For more information please call 806-376-4571 or visit https://www.cctxp.org/programs/. 


No Boundaries International 
NBI reaches out to those affected by human trafficking, as well as, those struggling with homelessness, addictions, and brokenness. 

For more information please visit https://nbiamarillo.org/ or call 806-576-2501. 


The Bridge Children's Advocacy Center 
The Bridge is a comprehensive, child-focused program that offers a highly effective, one-stop approach to child abuse investigation allowing law enforcement, child protective services professionals, prosecutors and the medical and mental health communities, to work together to assist child victims in a collaborative and cohesive manner. 

Located at 804 Quail Creek Dr. Amarillo, TX 79124 
For more information, please visit: https://www.bridgecac.org/ or call 806-372-2873.


Texas Department of Family And Protective Services 
Report Abuse By Phone: 1-800-252-5400 or online at https://www.txabusehotline.org/Login/Default.aspx.

Call Abuse Hotline toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nationwide, or report with our secure website and get a response within 24 hours. Email reports not accepted.

For more information visit: https://www.dfps.state.tx.us/Contact_Us/report_abuse.asp.


Northwest Texas Healthcare System Behavioral Health 
NWTHS Behavioral Health has provided mental health treatment to individuals.
NWTHS Behavioral Health offers treatment services for children, adolescents, adults, seniors and uniformed service members.

Assessments/Admissions: Call our Assessment and Admission Line at 1-800-537-2585 or 806-354-1810 and come in for a no-cost assessment. If an individual is in imminent danger, please call 911.

Inpatient Services: inpatient treatment to children, adolescents, adults and seniors in a secure, therapeutic environment.

Outpatient Services: Individuals who do not require an inpatient level of care but are finding it difficult to function each day may meet the requirements of outpatient treatment.

Address: 1501 Coulter St S, Amarillo, TX 79106
Phone: 806-354-1810
Website: https://nwthsbehavioralhealth.com/

TimelyCare
Provides all Amarillo College academic students and their dependents free virtual access to medical, mental health, and basic needs support. This service is available 24/7 regardless of student location, with virtual on-demand and scheduled appointment visits with licensed medical and mental health providers.

For more information, visit https://www.actx.edu/counseling/timelycare.


Heal the City 
HTC provides free quality medical care and referral services to the uninsured of our community. 
Services offered: acute care, chronic care, dental, vision, vaccines, pharmacy, spiritual care, and additional services.

For more information, please call 806-231-0364 or visit https://www.healthecityamarillo.com/. 


RHN Medical and Dental Group 
Regence Health Network accepts most private insurance & also Medicaid, Medicare, CHIPS. However, if you do not have insurance you will be placed on a sliding scale fee according to your household income. 

Also, for your convenience, we offer a confidential, secure live web-chat feature on our website https://rhnmd.com/ to help answer any questions, schedule appointments, ask for refills, make payments & more. 

We are located at: 3113 Ross Amarillo, 79103 
Hours are: Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 5:30pm, Friday 8:00am - 2:00pm 

For more information, please call: 806-374-7341.


Superior Health Plan 
Superior HealthPlan has a commitment to improving the health of the community one individual at a time through affordable and reliable healthcare plans. We have an approach to healthcare in Texas that can meet the needs of each person we serve. 

Superior works with the State of Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) to bring you STAR (Medicaid), Childrens Health Insurance Program (CHIP), CHIP Perinatal Care and STAR+PLUS and STAR Health. We have been the exclusive provider of STAR Health since 2008. 

With specific questions, please contact Deadra Carver at 806-474-9554 or deadra.carver@superiorhealthplan.com


Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle 
Programs offered: food services, affordable housing, adult eye care, disaster relief, emergency youth shelter, hunger project, immigration legal services, refugee resettlement, Safe Place, ESL classes, and youth Mentoring. 

For more information please call 806-376-4571 or visit https://www.cctxp.org/programs/. 


The Northwest JO Wyatt Clinic 
This clinic provides charity care to people on Medicaid and those who are eligible for financial assistance. 

Located at: 1411 Amarillo Blvd. East Amarillo, TX 79107 
For more information call 806-351-7200 or visit https://www.nwtpg.com/charity-care


Amarillo Downtown Lions Club 
Assist with eyeglasses for those who qualify. 

For more information please call 806-231-0364 or visit https://amalions.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=333315&module_id=237489 


Turn Center 
Turn Center serves the 26 northern-most counties of the Texas Panhandle. 
As the only non-profit in the region to provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy, we proudly offer a centralized, comprehensive therapeutic facility for children of all ages. 

Turn Center not only provides these services in-house but is also the primary provider of on-site therapy throughout the school districts within our 26 county service areas. 

Located at: 1250 Wallace Boulevard Amarillo, TX 79106 
For more information, please call 806-353-3596 or visit https://www.turncenter.org/. 


CareNet Pregnancy Center of Dumas 
Services include: Free pregnancy tests, trained peer counseling, material assistance, parenting classes based on the age of your children newborn to 3 years of age. 

They also assist with applying for the following programs: CHIP, ECI, Family Violence Program, Healthy Marriage Program, Medical Transportation Program, Nurse-Family Partnership, Primary Health Care, WIC, SNAP, TANF, and Title V: Prenatal, Child Health, and Dental services. 

For more information, please visit: https://dumas-pregnancy.com/ or call 806-966-5722.


Tobacco Free Amarillo & American Cancer Society 
Programs include: encouraging prevention, providing support, making a different, fighting for whats right, providing access to care, fostering innovation, supporting multicultural communities, and advancing healthy equity (addressing cancer disparities). 

For more information, please call 806-358-1757 or visit https://www.cancer.org/health-care-professionals/center-for-tobacco-control/tobacco-free-generation-initative.html


Amarillo College Dental Clinic 
West Campus in the Allied Health Building.

Services are provided by the students of the Dental Hygiene Department and are limited to preventive dental procedures. 

Phone: 806-354-6050.


Familia Dental 
Affordable adult, child, and family dental care. 

Located at: 206 NE 7th Ave. Amarillo, TX 79107 
Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-6:00pm, Saturday: 9:00am-4:00pm 

For more information please visit: https://www.familiadental.com/locations/texas/amarillo/
or call Jessica Thelusma at 575-390-2754 or jthelusma@familiadental.com


Haven Health Clinic 
Specializing in womens and mens health services. 

Services for women include: well woman exams, breast and cervical cancer screenings, contraception (including Nexplanon & IUDs), contraceptive counseling, STD testing/treatment, pregnancy testing, reproductive life planning, emergency contraception, medication application assistance for Medicaid Breast and Cervical Cancer and Pregnancy Medicaid, Translation Services, and free condoms.

Services for men include: STD testing/treatment, reproductive life planning, translation services, and free condoms. 

To schedule an appointment, please call 806- 322-3599 or visit https://www.havenhealthamarillo.com/. 


Maximus 
Assistance with obtaining affordable healthcare. 

For more information, please contact Dora Rodriguez at 806-239-8580 


City of Amarillo Department of Public Health 
1000 Martin Road, Amarillo, TX 79107 
Phone: 806-378-6300 

For more information regarding services and costs, please visit: https://www.amarillo.gov/departments/community-services/public-health.

Amarillo College Food Pantry 
Diapers, wipes, and other baby items available upon request.

Contact the Advocacy & Resource Center (the ARC) at 806-371-5446 or thearc@actx.edu with questions
or complete an online food pantry order at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpStCvrbWdkodQ451O2BvuMK7YfTdFWgK-RHv3X-mWrqLKiQ/viewform.


On Campus Lactation Rooms: 
Private room designated for students who need to pump/breast feed

Washington Street Campus: College Union Building, Room 104 
West Campus: Building A, Room 212.


Family Support Services-HOPES Program 
The HOPES Program helps reduce the barriers/challenges of parenting by creating parent education in child development and by working with the family as a whole and helping parents reach goals. The HOPES Program connects enrolled parents to resources such as food, clothing, diapers, wipes, formula, utility assistance, etc.

With questions, please contact: Autumn Barraza at 806-342-2514 or abarraza@fss-ama.org.


Uniting Parents/Coalition 
Uniting Parents provides case management services to individuals with disabilities up to the age of 21. A parent case manager is assigned to a young adult student to help coordinate services related to the individual's needs.

Services are provided at no cost and college scholarships are available to eligible students with disabilities.

For questions please contact: Maria Garcia at 806-337-1700 ext. 212 or maria.garcia@cohs.net.


Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle 
Programs offered: food services, affordable housing, adult eye care, disaster relief, emergency youth shelter, hunger project, immigration legal services, refugee resettlement, Safe Place, ESL classes, and youth mentoring.

For more information please call 806-376-4571 or visit https://www.cctxp.org/programs/.


The Amarillo Wesley Community Center 
Programs offered include counseling (individual, marriage, family, and play therapy), childrens programs, youth programs, senior citizen programs, childcare, and more.

Located at 1615 S. Roberts St. 
For more information please call 806-372-7960 or visit http://www.wesleyamarillo.org/site/.


The Charles E. Warford Activity Center 
Programs include: afterschool program, pickle ball, and swim lessons. 
Additional center amenities: indoor swimming pool with patio, multi-use studio (aerobics, dance, fitness), weight/cardio room, commercial kitchen, gymnasium, locker room. 
Multi-purpose rooms includes are: afterschool room, computer lab, and daycare rooms.

Located at 1330 NW 18th Avenue Amarillo, TX 79107 
For more information, please call 806-803-9785.


Cal Farleys Boys Ranch 
A residential community open to at-risk children ages 5 to 18.

For additional information and to read about programs offered, please visit: https://www.calfarley.org/boysranch/ or call 806-687-3722.


CareNet Pregnancy Center of Dumas 
Services include: Free pregnancy tests, trained peer counseling, material assistance, parenting classes based on the age of your children newborn to 3 years of age. 

They also assist with applying for the following programs: CHIP, ECI, Family Violence Program, Healthy Marriage Program, Medical Transportation Program, Nurse-Family Partnership, Primary Health Care, WIC, SNAP, TANF, and Title V: Prenatal, Child Health, and Dental services. 

For more information, please visit: https://dumas-pregnancy.com/ or call 806-966-5722.


The Village Birth Education Center 
The mission of The Village Birth Education Center is to educate birthing parents about childbirth and connect them to the best resources for evidence-based, respectful pre- and post-natal care.

For more information, please contact info@thevillagebec.org or visit https://www.thevillagebec.org/.


BSA Baby VIP Program 
For more information please call 806-212-BABY (2229) or visit https://bsahs.org/delivering-vip-experience.


NWTH Childbirth and Parenting Classes 

For more information, please call 806-354-1000 or visit: 

https://www.nwths.com/events-and-programs/event-calendar/childbirth-education-class-1

https://www.nwths.com/events-and-programs/event-calendar/breastfeeding-class-1


CareNet- Pampa 
Services include: 
24-Hour helpline, abortion information, adoption information, housing referrals, maternity & infant supplies, maternity home, medical referrals, parenting education, post-abortion support, pregnancy options information, pregnancy tests, ultrasound (on-site).

Located at: 210 N Ward Pampa, TX 
Hours: Monday Wednesday 2:00pm-4:00pm, Thursday: 2:00pm-6:00pm, Closed Friday-Sunday

For more information, please call 806-669-2229 or visit: https://pampapregnancycenter.com/. 


Hope Choice Pregnancy Centers and Mentoring Programs 
Two Amarillo Locations: 

  • Center City
    1501 S. Taylor
    Amarillo, TX 79101
    806-350-7584
     
  • MediPark
    6709 Woodward
    Amarillo, TX 79106
    806-354-2288
     
  • Canyon Location:
    ***New Location on WTAMU Campus Coming Soon!
    201 26th St.
    Canyon, TX 79015

For more information about resources and programs please visit: https://hopechoice.com/.


Uniting Parents 
Located at: 301 S. Polk, Suite 740 Amarillo, TX
Phone: 806-337-1700 

For more information about resources and programs please visit: https://www.cohs.net/uniting-parents.

AEL/ Career Ready You
Career Ready You is Amarillo College's innovative new program that combines college courses with High School Equivalency (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. Successful students will not only accomplish their goal of an ESL or GED certificate, they will also emerge from the program as an active college student in a College Certificate program that leads to an Associate's Degree.

Offers course in ESL (English As A Second Language) and High School Equivalency Classes (GED) at two locations:

  • Amarillo College: Community Link Campus
    806-371-5425
    2412 N. Grand Street
    Amarillo, TX 79107
     
  • Amarillo College: Washington Street Campus
    806-371-5425
    Ware Student Commons, Suite 305
    2201 S Washington Street
    Amarillo, TX 79109

    Hours: Monday Thursday 8:30am Noon or 4:30pm - 8:00pm
    For more information, please visit: https://www.actx.edu/cru/.

Ask AC

  • Washington Street Campus
    Student Services Center
    2201 S. Washington St.
    Amarillo, Texas 79109
    Email: askac@actx.edu
    Phone: 806-371-5000

    Standard Hours:
    Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 6:00am
    Fridays & Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm

 

  • West Campus
    West Campus Lecture Hall
    6222 W. 9th Ave.
    Amarillo, Texas 79106
    Phone: 806-371-5000

    Regular Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

*Check the Master Calendar to verify various campus closure dates.


Amarillo College Moore County Campus Student Support
Located on the Moore County Campus at: 1220 E. First St. Dumas, TX 79029

Regular Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Lab Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm

For more information, please contact 806-934-7240 or visit: https://www.actx.edu/moore/sss.


Student Organizations
Interested in joining on of our many clubs and organizations?
Stop by Student Life, currently located on the 4th Floor of Byrd Business Building - 413, on the Washington Street Campus in Amarillo, Texas.

The regular hours of operation are 8:00am 5:00pm Monday through Friday.

Summer hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to Noon on Friday.

For more information, please contact 806-371-5322 or visit https://www.actx.edu/studentlife/.


SSS Grant on West Campus
Students on this program receive access to free tutoring and printing as well as access to a support system.

Located on the West Campus: Building A, Room 205B
Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30am - 5:00pm

For more information, please contact 806-354-6086 or visit https://www.actx.edu/sss-health/.

Alcohol Help
Alcoholism, also known as an alcohol use disorder, is a term used to describe an addiction to alcohol. Alcoholism is a tragic disease that affects millions of sufferers and their loved ones.

Get 24/7 help at 877-428-8524.

For more information, please visit: https://www.alcoholhelp.com/Alcohol/Overview-Alcoholism/


Amarillo Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
The Amarillo Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Inc. exists to promote community and family enrichment through substance abuse education, prevention, intervention and treatment.

For more information, please call 806-374-6688 or 800-566-6688.


Texas Panhandle Alcoholics Anonymous
24-Hour Hotline 877-421-4334.

For a list of all meetings please visit: http://www.texaspanhandleaa.org/files/meetings/listallmeetings2.cfm


Cenikor
Cenikor Amarillo has licensed, professional staff members with a wealth of experience and a passion for aiding clients through recovery. Our employees are dedicated to our clients physical and emotional well-being.

Our evidence-based programs help our clients through every stage of their recovery journey. This location offers the following programs: Inpatient Detoxification, Adult Intensive Residential Inpatient Treatment, and Adult Long-Term Residential Treatment.

For more information, please contact 1-888-236-4567 or visit https://www.cenikor.org/locations/amarillo-texas/.

Ride Sharing/ Car Pooling
Amarillo College offers a Car Pooling Service among students to commute back and forth between campuses.

For more information, please visit: https://www.actx.edu/arc/index.php?module=users&action=user&command=login_page.


City of Amarillo Transit
Amarillo College and the City of Amarillo have extended their partnership through 2023! Ride any City of Amarillo bus route to and from your destination for free with your Amarillo College student ID card.

Office Location: 801 SE 23rd Avenue Amarillo, Texas 79103

For more information or to call about specific bus routes, please contact: 806-378-3095 or TTY though Texas Relay Services at 7-1-1.

More information available online at: https://www.amarillo.gov/departments/community-services/transit.


Adult Students Program Scholarships
Transportation Scholarships available to assist in offsetting the cost of fuel services. This is a gasoline reimbursement program.

To apply, please complete the scholarship application through the Amarillo College Foundation at https://www.actx.edu/foundation/scholarship-applications/.

Students must apply every academic year to be considered. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA, and be in qualifying majors.

For more information, please contact the ARC at 806-371-5446 or thearc@actx.edu.


Advocacy & Resource Center (The ARC)
Emergency transportation assistance available to those who qualify.

Contact The ARC at thearc@actx.edu for more information.

Amarillo College Financial Aid Office
The Financial Aid Office at Amarillo College is dedicated to assisting students in finding the necessary funds to assist in covering the costs related to their education.

Financial Aid offers assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA), scholarship advice and assistance, and counseling regarding other types of available aid.

Office Location: Washington Street Campus Student Services Center 2nd floor
With questions, please contact 806-371-5313 or financial@actx.edu.


Amarillo College Foundation
General Scholarship Application
The AC Foundation administers over 700 scholarship and support funds to more than 2000 students annually. We have made it easy for students to apply with one universal scholarship application for all of the funds available.

To apply, visit: https://www.actx.edu/foundation/scholarship-applications.
Please be aware that scholarships are awarded prior to the semester beginning.

Dates to keep in mind:
March 1st Priority deadline for the upcoming academic year
October 15th Current application becomes unavailable
November 15th New application for upcoming academic year goes live


Adult Students Program Scholarship Application
While completing your general scholarship application, please say yes to qualifying for the adult students program when asked.

This will qualify you for additional scholarship opportunities to those who qualify through the Advocacy & Resource Center. For more information, please contact thearc@actx.edu.


WIOA Scholarship Program through Workforce Solutions
Please contact Workforce Solutions Texas Panhandle at 806-372-5521 for specific information on
how to apply.

Panhandle Community Services
The Utility Assistance Program is designed to prevent utility disconnects and stabilize utility costs for low-income households.

Panhandle Community Services works with both public and private funds to pay the utility bills of low-income families within the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.

In addition, staff provides families and individuals with educational information to help reduce their utility cost and budget counseling to help them manage the cost of their utilities.

Eligibility Requirements: To receive utility assistance, the household must have current outstanding utility bill(s); live at the residence and be at or below 150% of the current U.S. Poverty Guidelines.

To apply: appointments for utility assistance can be made by calling 1-855-459-3716 or by scheduling an appointment online at:
https://pcs.itfrontdesk.com/apptonline/landing.html?client_code=PCSTEXAS.


Central Church of Christ
Utility and Gas Card assistance every Sunday 9:00am

Utility assistance: Identification Card (ID), Bill they need assistance on.
Gas Card: Identification Card (ID), Valid/active car insurance. 

Location: 1401 S Madison St, Amarillo, TX 79101
Phone: 806-373-4389


Salvation Army
Aids with utilities and rent.

Utility assistance requirements: Identification Card (ID), proof of income, proof of current address, disconnection notice, and the application forms. 
The application forms can be picked up at the Salvation Army office or can be sent through email.

Please contact Salvation Army at 806-373-6631 for specific information on how to apply for assistance.

Location: 400 S Harrison St, Amarillo, TX 79101
Phone: 806-373-6631


If you are in need of utility assistance, please contact:
The Advocacy & Resource Center at 806-371-5446 or thearc@actx.edu.

Family Support Services Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) is a veteran-staffed drop-in facility that provides veterans, family members and surviving spouses with the opportunity to make their lives better.

We partner with local organizations that help military veterans and family members, including Socks for Soldiers, VetStar, Texas Workforce Solutions, West Texas Legal Aid, Texas Panhandle Centers, Panhandle Honor Flight, the Amarillo VA, and many others.

We help each other by finding hope, healing and new purpose after enduring hardship through service to our nation or other obstacles they have faced.

We help through connections with peers, housing and employment, benefit eligibility, help with PTSD, anxiety, depression, and traumatic brain injury.

Located at: 200 S. Tyler St.
For specific questions regarding programs, please call 806-342-2500.


Amarillo College Veterans Services
Get assistance with navigating your Texas Hazelwood Act, GI Bill, and other resources when it comes to college.

Located on the Washington Street Campus in the Student Services Center Suite 151
For more information, please contact Kelly Murphy at 806-371-5026 or kpmurphy@actx.edu.


Amarillo VA Health Care System
Amarillo VA Health Care System offers a variety of health services to meet the needs of our nation's Veterans.

For a list of services please visit https://www.va.gov/amarillo-health-care/ or call 806-355-9703.


Amarillo Vet Center
Vet Centers are community-based counseling centers that provide a wide range of social and psychological services, including professional readjustment counseling to eligible Veterans, active duty service members, including National Guard and Reserve components, and their families.

Readjustment counseling is offered to make a successful transition from military to civilian life or after a traumatic event experienced in the military.

Individual, group, marriage and family counseling is offered in addition to referral and connection to other VA or community benefits and services.

Vet Center counselors and outreach staff, many of whom are Veterans themselves, are experienced and prepared to discuss the tragedies of war, loss, grief and transition after trauma.

Located at 3414 Olsen Blvd. Suite E Amarillo, TX 79109

For more information please call 806-354-9779 or visit https://www.vetcenter.va.gov/.


Another Chance House
Homeless shelter for men fighting alcoholism and drug addiction.

Nonprofit provider of emergency shelter and permanent, low-income rental housing to homeless males. ACH is unique and innovative because it offers several types of housing for long-term efforts toward self-sufficiency.

ACH is continually expanding its housing services by acquiring more properties that can be offered as low-income housing. It has expanded its role in the Amarillo community by collaborating with other organizations to assist more men, eliminate drug neighborhoods and minimize poverty.

Program Services include case management, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, recovery programs, respect programs, family orientation, employment referral, vocational training and transportation.

Another Chance House reserves a select number of beds for America's veterans. This program is a collaboration between ACH and the Veteran's Administration.

Located at: 209 S. Jackson St.
For more information, please call: 806-372-3344


Meals For Vets
This program funds daily warm, nutritious meals for qualifying veterans under 60 years old by contracting with a meal provider or school and we pay for the meals. These meals are made available through several sources, e.g., the schools cafeterias, senior centers and other community meal providers, and in cases where this is not possible, by contracting with an organization to send two weeks supply of meals via Federal Express to the veteran.

Interested students should contact Mike Cagle, mike@honorveteransnow.org , tel. 830-992-3375.
*Please let them know you are a student at Amarillo College


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Veteran Care
The Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to providing quality care to all Veterans inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning veterans. Excellent care has no boundaries.

Please visit https://www.amarillo.va.gov/services/lgbt/index.asp for more information. Or call Reagan Maldonado at 806-355-9703, ext. 7558.

Carter Fitness Center
Carter Fitness Center is currently closed for renovations.  The renovation will include an intercollegiate competition volleyball venue, a new workout space, locker rooms, and offices. When reopened, memberships are available to students, faculty and staff of Amarillo College and the community. Memberships are free for students, faculty, and staff.

Location: 825 W 24th Ave. (On the Washington Street Campus)

For more information, please call: 806-345-5515 or visit: https://www.actx.edu/carter/.