Our Partners

 Billy T. Cattan Recovery Outreach is a faith based outpatient treatment program utilizing the 12-steps for adults with the disease of alcohol and chemical dependency.
Daniel Barrientes
 4011 Halsey,  Victoria   www.btcro.org
Calhoun County Community Ministries:   Offers assistance  on an emergency basis with food, prescriptions, utility bill payments and rent to prevent evictions.  Also assists with formula, diapers, fans, and blankets when the need arises.
Amy Jordan Administrator    
 331 Alcoa Drive,  Port Lavaca  361-552-1722
Calhoun County Senior  Citizens Association: Provides  rural bus transportation, Meals on Wheels, daily lunch Monday-Friday at Center, emergency response, health care monitoring, and social activities to assist seniors in maintaining active, independent living as long as possible.  
 Monica Pelech    361-552-3350
 2104 W. Austin St. , Port Lavaca  www.calhounseniors.org
Calhoun County YMCA:  Offers a variety of summer camps, child care, sports, aquatics and fitness programs for youth, teens and families.  The YMCA is dedicated to providing programs that build strong kids, strong families and strong communities.
 Michele Morales    361-552-2562
 1300 N. Virginia,  Port Lavaca  www.ymcavictoria.org
Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas:  Through activities that stimulate self-discovery, girls are introduced to the excitement in the worlds of science, the arts, the outdoors and people, giving girls skills and self-confidence. They have fun, they make new friends, and through meaningful community service they acquire   self-confidence and understanding about themselves and others.
 Terry Blevins    361-573-6451
 104 W. River Street, Victoria  www.gsgst.org
 Food Bank of the Golden Crescent: Each year the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent distributes 4M pounds of food to its member agencies in 11 counties; enough food to provide 2,666,666 meals. The Food Bank working with 100 food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters touches the lives of more than 25,000 men, women, children and senior citizens living at or below the poverty level. Working in partnership with our various communities we are truly “Helping to Heal the Hurt of Hunger”!
Robin Cadle    361-578-0591
 3809 E. Rio Grande, Victoria   www.tfbgc.com
Golden Crescent Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) trains volunteers to represent the best interests of children who have been removed from their abusive homes and placed into foster care. CASA volunteers become the voice of abused children in our community.
 Tim Hornback    361-573-3734 
 120 S. Main, Suite 417, Victoria  www.goldencrescentcasa.org 
Mid-Coast Family Services:  Provides substance abuse screenings, assessments, referrals, placement and follow-up; counseling and legal advocacy for victims of domestic violence; rental assistance and case management for the homeless; shelter for domestic violence victims and homeless. 
 Ginny Stafford    (361) 575-7842
 120 S. Main, Suite 310, Victoria  www.midcoastfamily.org
South Texas Council—Boy Scouts of America:  Serving young people ages 6-20 in Calhoun County.  The Boy Scout mission is to develop character, strengthen the body and mind, teach citizenship and instill values to prepare young people to make ethical choices during their lifetime in achieving full potential.  
Michael Ledbetter (LaSalle District)  700 Everhart Terr., Bldg. A
 (361) 816-3815    Corpus Christi, TX 78411   www.stxbsa.org
STARS (South Texas Assessment and Referral Services):  STARS is changing the lives of families of children who have, or are at risk for, developmental delays in the Golden Crescent Area since 1965. Services include; Neurodevelopmental Evaluations, Bayley Developmental Assessments, Genetic Satellite Clinic, Specialist & Therapy Referrals, Preemie Follow-up Clinic, and Synagis Administration.
 Dr. Marisol Ortiz    361-575-0681 
 Amy Zeplin, RN    117 Medical Drive, Suite 4, Victoria
The Harbor Children’s Alliance and Victim Center:  A chief function of The Harbor is to assist victims of child abuse and neglect, sexual assault and domestic violence through crisis intervention, providing resources, arranging counseling, forensic interviews of children, case management and accompanying victims to medical exams, law enforcement and court.  Another function is to provide awareness and prevention education for the community concerning topics relating to child abuse/neglect, sexual assault and domestic violence.
 Maria Flores    361-552-1982
 215 W. Railroad, Port Lavaca  www.harboradvocacycenter.org