Community Resources

On this page you will find community resources in the Fort Bend County area that do not fall under educational or mental health services.  For those catagories, please see the navigation bar to the left.

Fort Bend County Social Services

In addition to this location also offering the emergency food and shelter program, the county office processes application for government and public aid. This can include food stamps, WIC, and services such as summer snacks and meals for children.

Address: 4520 Reading Road, Suite A
Rosenberg, TX 77471
Telephone – 281-342-7300


Lunches Of Love

Lunches of Love, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is committed to helping end childhood hunger in Rosenberg-Richmond by providing a free nutritious sack lunch during extended school holidays and weekends.
P.O. Box 1161
Rosenberg, TX 77471

Rosenberg-Richmond Helping Hands, Inc.

This organization provides assistance to people in West Fort Bend County. In addition to food, the center may have clothing, funds for utility bill assistance, prescription medicine assistance, and extensive referral capability.

902 Collins Road
Richmond, Texas 77469

Food Pantry of Fort Bend County

This non-profit runs a food bank that is available for individuals at most three times per year. It can assist people who are impacted by some form of short-term crisis. In addition to boxes and bags of groceries, the non-profit may have supplementary sacks for people who have already been three times or anyone requiring smaller grocery orders. Referrals to other government programs and local charities may be provided too.

435 Stafford Run Road
Stafford, TX 77477


Workforce Solutions

Offering placement, career counseling and financial aid services, Workforce Solutions operates multiple community-based career offices to help residents find employment or advance their careers. Workforce Solutions is funded by state and federal tax dollars, which are redirected back into the Gulf Coast region for employment and job training. Services are offered at no cost to our customer. With an in-depth understanding of the local job market and established relationships with local employers, educational institutions and qualified job search support vendors, we provide you with the resources, intelligence and tools you need to succeed.  We offer career planning guidance, tips and advice for improving your job search, training and education opportunities and the financial support to make it all possible.
117 Lane Drive, Suite 7; Rosenberg, TX, 77471
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
117 Lane Drive, Suite 7
Rosenberg, Texas 77471
(281) 344-0279 P
(281) 344-9537 F


Fort Bend Family Promise - Overnight Shelter

The Overnight Shelter program provides shelter for homeless families through local congregations rotating in their responsibilities. The program has the capacity to house up to 5 families (14 people). For more information contact Fort Bend Family Promise or visit the Fort Bend Family Promise website.

Every morning, guest families utilize our Day Center in Missouri City. The Day Center provides guest families with access to laundry and shower facilities, phone and Internet access. It’s also where they work with a case manager to develop an individualized plan to regain housing and self-sufficiency.

Each evening, our Family Promise van transports guest families to that week’s hosting congregation where volunteers welcome them as guests into their church, providing them with meals, hospitality and overnight accommodations. There are currently twelve host congregations in our network that host for one week at a time on a rotating basis.
1424 FM 1092
Missouri City, Texas 77459

Fort Bend County Women's Center

Our services include our 24 hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, legal and medical support and much more. We also offer community education and outreach designed to reduce domestic violence and sexual assault.  Our Emergency Shelter provides a safe haven for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children. In this secure environment, they can take the first steps to rebuild their lives.

Crisis Hotline: (281)342-HELP
PHONE:(281) 344-5750
FAX: (281) 232-5041
P.O. Box 183
Richmond, TX 77406

East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry Inc.

This is a Non Profit Organization that may be able to provide housing assistance.East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry, Inc. Is A Coalition Of 23 Local Congregations. Our Mission Is To Assist People Of East Fort Bend County Who Find Themselves In Short Term Crisis Situations. Our Programs Currently Consist Of The Following: Full Service Food Pantry, Financial Assistance, A Family Based Homeless Program, School Supplies, Client Referral Information And A Resale Shop.
435 Stafford Run
Stafford, TX 77497



Fort Bend County Transportation

Fort Bend County currently offers Demand Response Service to the citizens of Fort Bend County. The scheduled ride transportation service provides trips within Fort Bend County.  In order to schedule or cancel a ride you may call 866-751-TRIP between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday and ask for the “Fort Bend County Reservations.” Reservations can be made 30 days or up to 1 business day in advance of the appointment time. 

Address: 12550 Emily Ct., Suite 400 Sugar Land, TX 77478
Telephone: 281-633-7433
Toll Free: 866-751-8747
TTY Machine Administrative Offices: 281-494-7160
TTY Machine Reservations: 281-243-6781
Fax: 281-243-6710
Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM




LCISD Common Threads

Lamar CISD families that find themselves in difficult situations may be eligible for assistance from Common Threads. Questions about participation in the program should be directed to the school nurse. Community members may also provide information about families needing assistance by contacting the student's school nurse. All referrals are confidential.
(Jane Long Campus)
710 Houston Street
Richmond, Texas 77469