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 firstname.lastname@example.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/.
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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