Local Resource Map

Please click on the image to view a map of resources in the greater Waco area. This map is courtesy of Grassroots Community Development, and resides on the Waco Working Together website.

Area Cities - Coronavirus Information

City of Bellmead (COVID-19 info)
City of Beverly Hills (main site)
City of Bruceville-Eddy (main site)
City of Hewitt (COVID-19 info)
City of Lacy Lakeview (COVID-19 info)

City of Lorena (main site)
City of Mart (main site)
City of Moody (main site)
City of McGregor (main site)

City of Riesel (main site)
City of Robinson (COVID-19 info)
City of West (main site)
City of Woodway (main site)


Emergency Assistance from the Salvation Army

Has the COVID-19 Pandemic affected you? Are you dealing with:

  • Possible eviction?
  • Homelessness?
  • Hunger?
  • Financial hardship?
  • Job loss?
  • Reduced work hours?
  • Illness?
  • Struggling to care for yourself or your family?

The Salvation Army has received a grant from the federal CARES Act to provide additional services, including financial assistance, to those financially affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. If you had a loss of income, financial trouble, facing possible eviction or already homeless, loss of utilities, lacking food, struggling to
pay household bills, had an illness or caring for someone with Covid-19, or have other situations that are directly related to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, we may be able to help you on the path to recovery.

For residents of McLennan County, contact Jermaine Edwards, office: 254.756.7271, or email Jermaine.Edwards@uss.salvationarmy.org
For other counties, and for more information, please download the brochure here: click for brochure

Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas

Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas provides services to Job Seekers, Employers, Youth, Child Care, and Veterans in McLennan County and beyond. Please visit their website at https://www.hotworkforce.com/ for more information.

Other Local Resources

Childcare Resources

Frontline Child Care helps frontline Texas workers find childcare options. This website is an initiative of Governor Greg Abbott in coordination with many state agencies.

Find local options and see if you qualify for financial assistance.

Frontline Child Care

More childcare resources here

A number of Waco-McLennan County childcare agencies are providing emergency care for first responders, healthcare professionals, construction workers, grocery associates and other essential community employees.

Spaces are available for children 6 weeks to 12 years old, and payment assistance may be available, even if you previously did not qualify. For more information about available childcare and payment assistance, visit hotworkforce.com.

Texas Dept. of Health & Human Services

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for People Receiving Services
(SNAP, Medicaid & CHIP, and other services)

Community Resources

As a service to McLennan County residents, we provide the link below to a list of potential emergency resources such as food banks, transportation assistance, and more.

Simply enter your zip code, then choose the type of resource or program you are interested in.