Transition Center, 412 Preusser.† Food pantry.


Project Dignidad.† 314 W. Ave. N, San Angelo, (325) 658-7885

*Usually gives enough food for 5 days.


Wesley Daily Bread Soup Kitchen, 301 W 18th St., San Angelo, (325) 653-9028. Also offers physical assessments by a nurse, counseling.


WIC Program, food for eligible pregnant women, infants, children up to age 5.† Contact City Social Services, (325) 653-2411 or 1-800-942-3678† To find a nearby WIC site go to


Food Stamps.† Tom Green County 622 S. Oakes, (325) 655-0576.† Crockett Co, 325-382-5232.† McCulloch Co., 325-597-0751.† Nolan Co, 3254023508401.† Reagan Co. 325-884-3245.† Runnels ?Co. 325-0365-2564† Sutton Co. 325-387-5066


Christians in Action, 555 East 6th, San Angelo Email; Agency phone (325) 655-5127, thrift store (325) 655-1834

* has food pantry.


Catholic Outreach Services (COS), (325) 658-4124, thrift store at 410 N. Chadbourne

* has food pantry at 410 N. Chadbourne


Salvation Army, 215 Gillis Street, (325) 655-6981, also provides temporary shelter at the Red Shield Lodge.† Thrift store at 209 Gillis St

* serves a hot lunch from 12:00-12:40 every day, and serves a sack lunch from 5:00 pm-6:00 p.m. daily at 215 Gillis Street.


Rust Street Ministries, 803 Rust Street (325) 486-1004

Also offers counseling, assistance with addiction issues.

*has food pantry.



The following list is intended to serve as a quick guide to many of the resources available in the Concho Valley area for former foster children transitioning to independent living.† If you canít find what you need here, please consult one of the websites listed or call the Transition Center..