Resources

McKinney Vento Posters

 

Resources

Aunt Bertha - Search for free or reduced cost services like food pantry, clothes closet, housing, and medical care in your area.

2-1-1 Texas – a free service which can refer you to appropriate social service agencies and provide their contact information.  It is supported by the state’s Health and Human Service Commission's Texas Information and Referral Network.  This service can be accessed via its web site (searchable by service type and location) or by phone (dial 2-1-1).

Texas Education for Homeless Children and Youth Support Center (TEHCY) – maintains a list of resources available state-wide. 1-800-446-3142

LifeWorks – a nonprofit agency in Austin which helps homeless and runaway youth.  This organization supports a wide variety of services including an emergency shelter.

Caritas of Austin – offers short-term assistance such as meals, groceries, emergency rental and utility assistance to families in the Austin area, as well as education and job-placement classes.

Texas Network of Youth Services

Texas Homeless Network

National Center for Homeless Education

National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth

SchoolHouse Connection

Homeless Liason Toolkit

Provisional Immunization Flowchart - see second page for homeless/foster care info

 

Dispute Resolution 

McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Dispute Resolution Process

Dispute Resolution –TASB Document

Sample Dispute Resolution Notification Letter