1504 W. Frank | Lufkin | 632-1514
Pat Merriwether, President | Demetress Harrell, Executive Director
Compassionate and specialized care enabling the terminally ill to die with peace and dignity in their own home with their loved ones or complete access to their 24 hour hospice inpatient facility. Professionals providing hospice care, regardless of ability to pay. Provides support groups for families coping with less. Impatient facility at Memorial Health Systems available by qualifications.
909 S. Angelina | Lufkin | 632-9301
Mark Dunn, Lufkin Chair | Ronnie Coleman, Diboll Chair | Jeff Woods, President/CEO
Daily leadership, guidance, and inspiration to help young people (ages 6-18) grow and become responsible, contributing adults in our society. Provides after school and summer supervised developmental programs.
2401 Davisville Rd | 639-1581
Gerald Williamson, President | Heather Kartye, Executive Director
Services include safe, emergency shelter, counseling, supportive assistance, resource referral, education, self sufficiency services, and general advocacy to women, men and children who are victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault, 24 hour hotline 1-800-828-SAFE.
1905 E. Denman | Lufkin | 634-6013
Mike Taylor, Chairman | Glenna Harkness, Service Center Manager
Provides disaster preparation courses. Assistance to victims of disasters, house fires, tornadoes, flood, or hurricane relief. Provides 24 hour emergency communications to families of armed forces emergency services. Trained volunteers teach health and safety courses, CPR, first aid, and learn to swim program.
Volunteer Service Council for The Lufkin State Supported Living Center
P.O. Drawer 1648 | Lufkin | 853-2759
Christopher Moss, Chairman | Lynn Hopper, Director
The Volunteer Service Council is a non-profit organization devoted to providing goods and services to meet the needs of all individuals residing at the center. The council’s objective is to provide programs and services not provided by the state.
412 S. Third | Lufkin | 634-5132
Greg Shrader, Chairman | Capt. John Branseum, Commanding Officer
Meeting the needs of others with food, temporary shelter, transportation, medicine, clothing, utilities, and summer camp. Hot lunches provided Monday-Friday. Assists in emergency situations to transients and Angelina County residents.
Community library services to the residents of Huntington, Zavalla, and the Lake Sam Rayburn area. Circulation of books, videos, and books on tape; Internet access; photocopier; summer reading program; large print materials available to public and free computer literacy classes. Free library cards.
300 Park | Diboll | 829-5497
Kathy Sample, Chairman | Brenda Russell, Librarian
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for area residents by providing access to print, non-print, and on-line resources and programs that support lifelong learning and the lover of reading. Free library cards to anyone living or working in Angelina County (ages 3 and older).
P.O. Box 835 | Lufkin | 634-6725
Carla Morgan, President | Natalie Thornton, Executive Director
Trained community volunteers advocated for the best interest of abused, neglected children who are placed in foster care by the District and Family Courts of Angelina County. Working to seek safe, permanent, and loving home for each child as soon as possible.
1305 Tulane | Lufkin | 639-1291
James Cromwell, President | Elton McCune, Director
Center provides work adjustment training, personal and social adjustment training, job placement and transportation to individuals with learning and physical limitations. Provides training to individuals for competitive employment and constructive work experience.
2801 Walley Ave. | Lufkin | 634-4179
Ben Bartlett, Chairman | Robyn Hight, Director
Center for Angelina County citizens age 60 and older to socialize. Provides noon meals and home delivery. Transportation, information and referral, recreational and social activities, health screenings, income tax aid.
1202 College Dr. | Lufkin | 634-5813
Jame’ Kouts, Membership Manager
An organization that builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Girls discover, lead, and take action by participating in Girl Scouts, the nation’s preeminent organization for personal growth and leadership development for girls.