Partners

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Residential Substance Use Treatment

Aids Services of Austin

Enhancing the health and well-being of the community and people affected by HIV and AIDS

Amazon Web Services

Business partner on the CoC

Any Baby Can

Helping parents with child development

Art from the Streets

A free and open art studio serving Austin's homeless community

Austin Recovery

A compassionate, community-based substance use treatment provider that helps individuals and families rebuild their lives free from drugs and alcohol

Austin Voices for Education and Youth

Community collaboration to strengthen families, support kids and improve schools

Austin Youth Collective

A group of formerly-homeless youth that partner with other organizations to advocate directly for youth experiencing homelessness

Back on my Feet

Uses running and community to motivate and support individuals every step of the way from homelessness to independence

Block by Block

Safety, cleaning, hospitality and outreach services for downtown improvement districts

Caritas of Austin

Builds wellbeing by making sure that people have a safe home, access to healthy groceries, jobs that provide a reliable living wage, and educational opportunities to learn life skills

Casa Marianella

Provides shelter, food and full supportive services to immigrants experiencing homelessness

Catholic Charities

Serving anyone in need by strengthening families and promoting respect for human dignity and life through services such as counseling, financial stability, and veteran assistance

CommUnityCare Health Centers

Community health centers

Compass Network/Sunrise Church

A network in Austin that exists to provide social services to homeless communities via trained volunteers from partner churches

City of Austin

Partner with multiple offices including Austin Public Health and the Austin Police Department

Dell Medical School

Top-tier research university focused on health improvement

Downtown Austin Alliance

A partnership of downtown property owners, individuals and businesses

Easter Seals

Provides a wide range of services and opportunities for people of all ages with a range of disabilities to achieve their full potential

Family Eldercare

Ensuring that all older adults and adults with disabilities receive the care they need to thrive in their communities

Foundation Communities

Provides affordable, attractive homes and free on-site support services for thousands of families with kids, as well as veterans, seniors, and individuals with disabilities

Foundation for the Homeless

Provides a safe and inviting housing-focused shelter for families experiencing homelessness and works with them to attain long-term housing stability.

Front Steps

Provides a pathway home for our neighbors experiencing homelessness by offering emergency shelter, affordable housing, recuperative medical care, supportive services, and promoting community awareness

Goodwill

Empowering people to work and specializing in education and job training

Green Doors

Works to prevent and help end homelessness and poverty with housing for those working to achieve independent living in Central Texas

Habitat for Humanity

Dedicated to ending the cycle of poverty with housing and the deeply held belief that everyone deserves a decent, affordable place to live

Housing Authority of Travis County

Mission is to preserve and develop affordable housing and vibrant communities which enhance the quality of life for all.

HousingWorks

Increases the supply of affordable housing in Austin by providing research, education, advocacy, and thoughtful, workable affordable housing policy recommendations

Integral Care

Helps people build health and well-being and provides mental health services so everyone has the foundation to reach their full potential

LifeWorks

Offers a pathway from life on the streets to self-sufficiency for runaway and homeless youth, young parents, and youth who are aging out of the foster care system

LINC Austin

Building relationships and providing holistic support for street youth and homeless

Meals on Wheels Central Texas

Meal programs and other services for seniors

Mobile Loaves and Fishes

Created Community First Village and is the largest prepared feeding program for the homeless in Austin

NAMI Central Texas

(National Alliance on Mental Illness) provides support, education, and advocacy throughout Austin to improve the lives of all people affected by mental illness

SAFE Alliance

Serves the survivors of child abuse, sexual assault and exploitation, and domestic violence through housing and various supportive programs

Saint Louise House

Provides deeply affordable and supportive housing for low income homeless women and their children with the goal of helping families develop long-term stability

The Salvation Army

Owns and operates homeless shelters under the motto of "Doing the most good"

Texas Department of State Health Services

Promotes and protects the health of people, and the communities where they live, learn, work, worship, and play

Travis County

ECHO partners with multiple departments including the community development block grant program, the constable’s office, and emergency services

Trinity Center

Conducts a wide variety of programs that serve the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of the poor and homeless in Austin. Drop-in day services for people experiencing homelessness.

University of Texas School of Social Work

Partners for student projects and other research about homelessness

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Health care, housing and case management for Veterans