This is a directory of programs and organizations that can help Brewster County residents with problems caused by the pandemic. Please email or call organizations for help, because many have closed offices as a safety precaution.
Use the links above or the drop-down category menu below to browse by the type of assistance needed. Or search the directory by keyword.
As a Federally Qualified Health Center, PCHS’s mission is to provide quality medical, dental, and behavioral health services regardless of a person’s ability to pay. PCHS provides a sliding fee discount program for services based on income, number of family members, and federal poverty guidelines. Depending on qualifications, patients may be eligible for a 100%, 75%, 50%, or 25% discount on services. At new patient registration, patients have the option to apply for the sliding scale fee. Patients will be asked to fill out a form, as well as provide proof of income for all members of the household, proof of address, and a picture ID. Other necessary documents may include: current regular payroll stub, income tax return, and/or utility bill. Call Family Health Services of Alpine for more information and to book appointments.
Provides free legal assistance to low-income individuals and groups with civil legal issues, such as employment, eviction, foreclosures, public benefits, estate planning, domestic violence/family law and other legal issues. Call the TRLA hotline for services 1-888-988-9996 or visit TRLA website for information about:
BBCAC TRAX Transportation is available to the public in our service areas Monday thru Friday except for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This service can be used for various reasons: shopping, work place, visiting friends and family, airports, and/or medical appointments. To ensure your reservation, it is recommended to call 1-855-TRY-TRAX (1-855-879-8729) 24 to 48 hours prior to your planned travel.
If you have an organization or program to add to this resource directory, please contact us.