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Camp Fire USA builds caring, confident youth and future leaders. Camp Fire's coeducational programs help both boys and girls ages 4 to 18 cultivate their unique talents and skills in a small group setting where youth have an opportunity to interact with others in a safe, fun environment.
Recruits, trains, and supervises community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in court proceedings. CASA of Johnson County was founded November 20, 2002. Volunteers took their first cases in July 2003. Since then, CASA has been assigned to over 600 cases and served more than 1000 abused and neglected children in Johnson County. We currently have 93 trained volunteers and eight office staff providing a powerful voice for 350 abused and neglected children in Johnson County.
Colonel's Corral is providing transitional housing for Veterans in Johnson County, TX., reducing the Veteran homeless population. A safe place for the Veteran to start a new beginning, and transition into physical and mental well-being. By providing supportive services, the Veteran is able to create a Battle Plan for their life.
Working with Family Protective Services to provide emergency resource needs for children, birth to age eighteen, as well as adults in our county that are victims of abuse or neglect. Also provides summer camp scholarships for children in the foster care system.
The East Cleburne Community Center works to improve the quality of life of economically disadvantaged pre-kindergarten through high school youth. Programs are facilitated including tutoring, mentoring, recreation and counseling. Summer & spring break day camps are available. The ECCC provides adult computer classes including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, emailing and internet training. Inspirational and recreational programs for senior citizens are also offered.
The Crisis Center provides comprehensive services for victims of family violence and sexual assault. This includes safe, temporary shelter, therapeutic counseling, 24-hour crisis hotline, crisis intervention, hospital and court accompaniment, educational programs, primary prevention services and advocacy.
4-H serves over 2,800 Johnson County youth annually, providing hands-on learning opportunities in a wide range of areas, including leadership, citizenship, agriculture, family and consumer sciences, character education, as well as involvement with community service projects and curriculum enrichment in schools.
Each day, Monday-Friday, Meals on Wheels North Central Texas delivers more than 1,000 nutritious meals across 3,401 square miles to homebound and disabled senior adults. With almost half of our clients living alone, we are a formidable advocate for a vulnerable population facing food insecurity, unattended injury, and loneliness. Often times, we’re the only people they see in a day. The personal interaction nourishes a senior’s mental health; while the meals nourish them physically. Additional services include: regular wellness checks, nutritional education, client and family support, AniMeals for our clients’ companion pets, and nutritional supplements at cost.
Services provided: Food, utility assistance, rent, clothing, prescriptions, fuel for medical appointments, lodging, Thanksgiving/Christmas food boxes, Angel tree program, fans, heaters, window units, furniture, school supplies, summer camp, bikes for work and religious services.
They are located at 111 South Anglin, Cleburne, Texas 76031