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Front Step  
Front Steps, based on the belief that all people deserve the dignity of a safe place to call home, seeks to end homelessness by providing shelter, affordable housing and community education. Together we can take the first steps towards ending homelessness in Austin. 500 East 7th Street, 305-4100

Trinity Center
Trinity Center is a faith-based organization meeting the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of people experiencing poverty and homelessness, our “neighbors.” The Center functions as a place of worship, a day resource/drop-in center, a basic needs provider (restrooms, phones, computers and meals), and a place to feel welcome, safe, and heard. Hours: Mon. 10-12 (women only); Tue.-Fri. 10-2; Sunday 2:45-4:30. 304 E. 7th Street, 472-1196

Salvation Army
Whether it’s embracing the homeless, uplifting the abused or abandoned, training and mentoring the disadvantaged, providing character building programs for youth, or assisting the displaced or elderly, The Salvation Army's goal remains the same: serving the most people, meeting the most needs, DOING THE MOST GOOD! 501 E. 8th St., 476-1111

Foundation for the Homeless
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) offers a 90-day shelter stay to homeless families with children as they work toward self-sufficiency. Long-term case management services are offered to all families residing in IHN. Supportive services are offered through the Passages case management program. Call for locations, 453-6570

Community Partnership for the Homeless
Founded in 1990 by a formerly homeless young woman, Community Partnership for the Homeless (Community Partnership) is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to help end homelessness by providing safe, affordable housing and access to supportive services for those working to achieve independent living. Call for locations, 469-9130

Casa Marianella
Casa Marianella opened its doors on January 6, 1986. The Austin Interfaith Task Force for Central America initiated the project in response to the arrival in Austin of refugees fleeing from Central America. Marianella Garcia Villas, for whom the house is named, was a human rights lawyer in El Salvador who was slain by death squads in 1983. The actual building used as the Casa was donated by developer Ed Wendler to the Diocese of Austin for use as a shelter. 821 Gunter St., 385-5571

Family Eldercare
Family Eldercare provides essential services for elders, adults with disabilities and those who care for them. Call for locations, (512) 450-0844

Safe Place
SafePlace exists to end sexual and domestic violence through safety, healing, prevention and social change. Shelter, transitional housing and case managers for women escaping domestic violence. Call for locations, (512) 928-9070

Safe Haven
MHMR shelter for homeless mentally Ill.  Must go through ACCESS; call or visit during walk-in hours 717 W. 6th St., 10:30-12:00, M-F 3000 Oak Springs Blvd., 478-5644

Push-Up Foundation
Independent substance abuse/recovery programs for men, women and families referred by TDCJ.  In-patient and outpatient facilities. Call for specific numbers to appropriate programs. Sliding scale fees. 205 Chalmers, 469-0561

Victory Outreach Church
Recovery Home
Pastor Vince Molina

Victory Temple (Outcry in the Barrio)
2300 Canterbury, 480-9628
Pastor: David Parez.

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