Services|  Organizations |  Dumas

The community support and services that these Agencies provide are available to EVERYONE in Dumas & Moore County - We're here to help!

Boy Scouts of America 

(806) 358-6500

Care Net Pregnancy Resource Center

(806) 935-3549

CASA 69, Inc.

(806) 934-4417

Dumas After School Program/Yes to Kids

(806) 934-3430

Dumas Area Meals On Wheels

(806) 935-7555

Dumas Discovery Center

(806) 935-6219

Dumas Fast Pitch Softball

(806) 935-3700

Dumas Satellite Workshop

(806) 935-5322

Epilepsy Foundation West Texas

(806) 352-5426

Girl Scouts - TX/OK Plains

(806) 356-0096

Moore County, TX Girl's Trust

(806) 395-5591

Moore County, TX Senior Center

(806) 934-2788

Panhandle Children's Foundation

(806) 935-6354

Salvation Army

(806) 683-3720

Safe Place Dumas, TX 

(806) 935-2828

Texas Panhandle MHMR

(806) 351-3284

The Bridge - Children's Advocacy Center

(806) 372-2873

The Refuge of Dumas

(806) 935-4136

Ymca of Moore County, TX

(806) 935-4136

Please call one of our local organizations above TODAY to see how YOU can help, too!

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Boy Scouts provide strong, values-based programs that strenthen the character, develop good citizenship, and enhance both physical and mental fitness.

CareNet Pregnancy Resource Center of Dumas offers the hope of Christ to women and men facing unplanned, unwanted, or crisis pregnancies.

CASA 69, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides trained community volunteers to represent abused and neglected children’s best interest in the court. 

Dumas After School Program provides affordable after school care to elementary and intermediate aged children, in the Dumas Independent School District

Meals on Wheels provides hot, balanced and nutritious meals, 5 days each week, regardless of holidays or weather to homebound, disabled and elderly

Dumas Discovery Center provides affordable child care of the highest quality for the families of Moore County.

Dumas Fast Pitch Softball provides an opportunity for Moore County's female youth to participate in a competitive, safe and positive environmentthat teaches sportsmanship, teamwork and self-confidence.

Dumas Satellite Workshop responds to the diverse needs, and helps provide an accessible system of services that support citizens of Moore, Hartley, Dallam and Sherman counties withmental retardation 

The Epilepsy Foundation of Texas leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy. We also provide assistance to individuals with epilepsy and their families.

Girl Scouts serves girls by helping them develop into individuals who know their own minds and their own values, who care about and collaborate with others, and who have the courage and confidence to change the world.

Moore County Girl's Trust provides a meeting place and equipment for Girls Groups of Moore County. By doing that we hope inspire girls to reach their highest potential in character, conduct, and service.

Moore County, TX Senior Center helps supply easily accessible, nutritious meals for the senior citizens of Moore County and the surrounding area. Our goal is to engage in activities necessary to promote economic, physical, educational and mental well-being to the seniors in our area.

 

Panhandle Children’s Foundation provides service and/or assistance such as: school supplies for children, Christmas giving to families, emergency requests, and Camp Agape held at Talon Point

The Salvation Army in Dumas, Texas offers a secure environment where needs assessment is offered to all individuals and families without discrimination, who seek assistance in any area of need. 

Safe Place, Inc. exists to improve the quality of life for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by providing 24- hour intervention, temporary shelter and transitional housing, victim counseling and advocacy, criminal justice support, and education.

Texas Panhandle MHMR - We serve individuals with behavioral health needs (mental illness), intellectual and developmental disabilities and children with developmental delays.

 

The Bridge provides a neutral home-like environment for the forensic interviewing of alleged child victims involved in an investigation of abuse. The Bridge provides a continuum of care for the child and family members through the final resolution of the case.

The Refuge provides food, clothing, and shelter to those in need; primarily those with drug or alcohol addition, disabled veterans, and the homeless. Other services include a food pantry, homeless rooms, and recovery classes.

The YMCA of Moore County has been serving Moore County since 1960, Offering an array of activities and programs that help build a healthy spirit, mind and body of youth and adult.

Or, please call United Way of Moore County (806) 935-2571 for more information on how these organizations serve our community. 

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