Community Resources

Below are a number of resources available to you in our community.  If you don't see a resource listed, or need more information about resources available in our community, please dial 2-1-1.

Aware Central Texas

Aware Central Texas mission is to prevent child abuse and family violence.  We offer a number of different services to our clients in order to accomplish that mission.  Our goal is to reach high-risk families before they experience any of these tragedies.  One of the services that we offer is family coaching.  Our family coaches help to guide families down a healthier path.  The coaches work with families one on one, conduct home visit, and connect them to resources within the community.  Our coaches are here to help encourage, support, and empower families along their journey.  Our family coaches also act as a case manager for each of our families, which include helping families set goals and accomplish them.  We currently work with CPS and many other agencies within our community.  Our goal is to reach families before they become a part of the statics mentioned above.  Additionally, we offer education classes such as parenting, anger management, anger management for juveniles, and mood & stress classes.  We are a non-profit organizations and our family services are free for those who are in need.  In order to make a referral, simply go to our website and click on “Make a Referral” or contact our agency.

Bell County 4-H

Bell County Extension - Texas A&M AgriLife

Extension agents serve in a variety of outreach educational roles including Agriculture, Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Sciences, 4-H and Youth Development and the Cooperative Extension Program of Prairie View A&M University. Current issues in these areas are addressed through educational community programs.

Bell County Health Department

Cooperative Extension Program - Prairie View A&M University

Through a well-organized network of professional educators and more than 4,000 trained volunteers, the Prairie View A&M University Cooperative Extension Program delivers practical research-based knowledge to small farm producers, families, aspiring entrepreneurs and youth in 35 Texas counties. We work with people who need us the most. Many of them have limited personal or family assets, limited opportunities or they come from communities that have limited resources.

Dinner Tonight Program

Have you ever wondered what is for dinner after a long day of work, errands, or afterschool activities? We know we could drive through another fast-food restaurant to save time, but is that meal meeting the nutritional needs of your family?

The Dinner Tonight program was developed to provide busy families with quick, healthy, cost effective recipes that taste great. Not only does the Dinner Tonight program provide recipes, it also gives you weekly video demonstrations on cooking tips and techniques, nutrition topics, menu planning basics and information on healthy living.Our goal for the Dinner Tonight program is to improve the health and wellness of Texans through nutrition education. We are so excited to help you get you started on preparing your dinner tonight.