TWC is pleased to announce the Texas Internship Challenge, a joint partnership between the Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Education Agency and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, who are promoting the challenge for industry and employer partners to offer paid internships; universities and colleges to promote the campaign and grant academic credit for internship opportunities; and to students to apply for and accept these internships. Apply Now for Summer 2017 Internships: www.txinternshipchallenge.com
Low-Income Child Care
Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley provides subsidized child care services to low income families in the 7-county region. To be eligible to apply for child care services, each parent or guardian residing with the child must be working, in an approved training program, or in school a minimum of 25 hours per week. Eligibility for at-risk child care assistance is based not only on approved activity hours, but also on your family s gross income and the number of people in your household. Eligible families are required to pay a parent share of cost that is based on their level of income, household size, and number of children in care. If you are participating in other Workforce Programs, like WIOA and Choices, you could also be eligible to receive a child care subsidy. To find out if you are eligible for these services, please contact Child Care Services at (979) 595-2801, extension 2105.
Veterans Resource Fair
Saturday, March 4th, 2017 from 9am 12pm
101 Waco St, Bryan TX
(off 21 between HWY 6 and Texas Ave)
Hosted by Post #159 American Legion
All Veterans and Families Welcome Services are Free.
Employment, Health Care, and Legal Clinic For More Information, Contact TJ at (979)595-2801 ext 2134
Transportation: Somerville to College Station http://www.btd.org/DemandResponse.htm
The Brazos Valley Area Agency on Aging for RX Assistance.
Outreach to Teen Parents and Pregnant Teens http://www.uwbv.org/sites/uwbv.org/files/Teen%20Parent%20Outreach.pdf
DADS Help for Texans
Alcohol and Substance Abuse programs
Hypertension and diabetes screening
Free Rapid HIV Testing and $25 Sexually Transmitted Infections Clinic http://www.brazoshealth.org/clinics/std
Tuberculosis Elimination Clinic
Fixed route for Brazos Transit District
Students and dental professionals will volunteer their time and expertise Thursday, April 6, for the College s seventh annual Give Kids a Smile program, an initiative of the American Dental Association that provides free dental services to local children without access to regular dental care.
Give Kids a Smile offers children in kindergarten through fifth grade free dental exams, X-rays, dental cleanings, sealants and oral health education and will take place from 5-8 p.m. in the Dental Hygiene Clinic at the College s Workforce Education Center, located at 301 Post Office St. in Bryan.
There are no restrictions or eligibility requirements to receive care at HealthPoint's clinics. Per our federal status, we provide care to anyone, regardless of income, residency status, employment, health insurance coverage or ability to pay for services. You do not have to be a resident of any specific city, county or area to access our services.
HealthPoint does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin (including limited English proficiency), religion, disability, age, gender, or sexual orientation.
HealthPoint's clinics are not free. If you are uninsured, fees for service will be based on a sliding fee scale determined by income and family size according to Federal Poverty Level guidelines.
On the first visit, patients who are uninsured meet with a Benefit Specialist and undergo a simple income screening process. This process identifies whether or not you or a member of your family may be eligible for healthcare assistance programs, and also determines your fee for services based on the sliding fee scale.
For patients who are new to HealthPoint, the first visit includes an income screening process that determines whether or not you or your family members are eligible for healthcare assistance programs such as Medicaid, CHIP, etc. If you are uninsured and are not eligible for public assistance, the income screening also determines your fee for services based on a sliding fee scale according to Federal Poverty Level guidelines.
Somerville (Partnership with St. Joseph) Ms. Douglas practices at Somerville on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Services at this clinic:
Phone: (979) 596-1441 DON'T CALL, MUST COMPLETE INCOME SCREENING PROCESS FIRST.
Monday Friday: 8 am 5 pm
600 Memory Lane
Somerville, TX 77879
Phone: (979) 846-2500 DON'T CALL, MUST COMPLETE INCOME SCREENING PROCESS FIRST.
Monday Thursday: 7:30 am 5 pm
Friday: 7:30 am - 11:30 am
624 Mary Lake Drive
Bryan, TX 77801
Lone Star Legal Aid contains 13 offices scattered throughout east, west and southwest Texas, as well as a small portion of Arkansas.
In order to receive assistance through LSLA, you must go through an application process through the office that serves your county of residence.
Each LSLA office has a time designated for non-emergency intakes taken over the phone. If you would like to visit the office nearest to you in person rather than complete an application over the phone, please contact your office by phone to set up a walk-in appointment.
College Station Clinic
Transportation from CS VA Clinic to Temple VA
Phone: 979-680-0361 Or 979-680-0361
Moday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm
Veterans Benefits Administration
Veteran-Focused Federal Financial Assistance https://www.va.gov/finance/policy/vfffa.asp
For an urgent response, please contact one of the hotline numbers below:
National Call Center for Homeless Veterans 1.877.4AID.VET (424.3838)
VA Caregiver Support Line 1.855.260.3274
Wounded Warrior Resource Center 1.800.342.9647
For immediate asssitance, contact:
Military & Veteran Crisis Line 1.800.273.TALK(8255) Press 1
National Resource Directory
In 1927 states start providing Vets with help. Calif. had Cadillac act. ($200 or New Cadillac) Texas was giving free land (west TX)
TX VA Portal
The Hazlewood Act is a State of Texas benefit that provides qualified Veterans, spouses, and dependent children with an education benefit of up to 150 hours of tuition exemption, including most fee charges, at public institutions of higher education in Texas. This does NOT include living expenses, books, or supply fees.
On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program
Veterans Land Board
Forfeit land sales
Forfeited Land Sale Handbook Public Sale http://www.glo.texas.gov/vlb/forms/land-loans/type-II-program-handbook.pdf