- Work/Life Services
(Employee Assistance Program)
The following is a short list of local resources available to staff facing financial difficulties. All referral agencies have their own requirements and application forms. Inclusion on this list doesn't mean the organization is endorsed by Work/Life Services, nor does omission indicate disapproval.
2-1-1 Texas is a public/private partnership of the United Ways in Central Texas and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. It provides information about services in our community offered by nonprofit organizations and government agencies.
Serves Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis, and Williamson counties
Contact: 512-973-9203 or dial toll free, 211. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Multilingual, free and confidential
CCCS is a nonprofit agency whose goal is to help people prevent and solve their personal money management difficulties using debt repayment programs, confidential one-on-one counseling and educational programs.
Contact:1106 Clayton Ln, Ste 200W
512-447-0711 4818 E Ben White Blvd, Ste 101
An organization patterned after Alcoholics Anonymous which provides support and help to those who have problems with overspending, compulsive debting and chronic underearning. Call for meeting times and locations.
The Lawyer Referral Serviceis a non-profit, public service of the Travis County Bar Association. It provides the names of attorneys who practice in the area of law where you have a problem. All attorneys are screened and carry malpractice insurance. Bilingual attorneys are available on request. There is a $20 fee for A 30-minute consultation. There is no further obligation after this consultation, unless you decide to hire the attorney. This initial consultation will not include legal advice.
Austin Tenants' Council programs, which serve residents of the city of Austin and some of its surrounding communities, address housing discrimination, landlord/tenant education and information, and housing repair and rehabilitation.
- In-home care and respite services
- guardianship services
- bill payer/money
- management services
- elder shelter (temporary housing for low-income elders facing a housing crisis or an abusive situation)
- consultation and service coordination
- low-income senior housing
- summer fan drive.