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This practice serves all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).gThis practice serves all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).g


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Every Child Has Access Today, schools are faced with a plethora of challenges from making sure students are fed when they are not on campus, to health and safety concerns, to kids having kids. Creating an environment for students to be successful begins by discovering, understanding, and knowing their critical needs. Based on those critical needs, it then involves determining pathways that ensure students have the skills necessary to succeed. To solve this complex situation will require convening key stakeholders, creating strategies, leveraging resources, and activating the community. In short, it calls for a multi-pronged approach with various partners. True transformation in our education system begins with understanding, and understanding comes from knowing the needs of our student population. The Longview Chamber of Commerce has created an initiative – Every Child Has Access – to convene partnerships which can meet those individually identified needs. Every Child Has Access is a collective impact project that will address the overall well-being of students during non-school hours in an effort to create a continuous environment conducive to learning and health.


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Pre-K - Kindergarten Children at the ages of three or four can attend a preschool program. Preschool programs are not day care or babysitting. Quality preschool programs focus on teaching early literacy and mathematics, providing opportunities for children to

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acquire oral language skills and learn to socialize and get along with others. Preschool provides a strong foundation for success in kindergarten and beyond.

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Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. John Dewey 6

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Elementary It is important to know that each grade level has a specific curriculum that aligns with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). In other words, each child should have a minimum academic arts, science, mathematics, and history-social science, regardless of the school they attend. For example, in mathematics, children in third grade need to develop an understanding of multiplication and division, including strategies for multiplication and division within 100. In reading/language arts, fifth graders are expected to quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

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knowledge in reading/language


Middle School Welcome to the early adolescence stage. This developmental age is particularly difficult, and children at this age require as much attention from adults as during elementary school years. Early adolescents experience physical and emotional

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changes, and some of them may show more interest in social interaction than their studies in school. There is peer pressure to engage in risky behaviors. At this age, it is common for them to become distant from their parents. It is critical for parents to remain supportive, continue to build a close relationship, and communicate effectively with their children. Additionally, parents should monitor students’ social media use. Adolescents have the tendency to spend too much time “plugged in.�

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Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. Nelson Mandela


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High School Most young people enter high school between 14 and 15 years of age. To ensure they graduate with a high school diploma, students must complete grades 9-12 and pass all required testing (may differ between locations). Each district has specific

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graduation requirements including mastery of Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). It is important for you to know which classes and the number of credits the student must complete to meet such requirements. There are specific courses each student must take. They will have the opportunity to take other classes that will also apply toward their graduation credits. Parents should be aware of the differences between these types of classes because courses taken can be a key factor when young people apply to a college or university.

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LONGVIEW ISD IS ALL ABOUT EDUCATION WITH PURPOSE From their first day of school to graduation, Longview ISD students are provided purposeful knowledge, real-life skills, and the kind of foundation that lasts a lifetime – whatever path they may choose. Here are just a few of our innovative programs:

MONTESSORI A learning environment to grow independent, confident learners through personalized instruction and practical life lessons. STEAM (Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Math) An inspiring and creative way to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need.

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as financial a. Contact colleges to request information such admission. requirements, deadlines, and applications for

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMME A highly respected academic and globally challenging alternative to classic curriculums with a high rate of acceptance by top-tier universities.

Learn how Longview ISD can educate your student with purpose at ChooseLISD.org today.


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Resource Directory Arc of Gregg County 601 Boyd Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 753-0723 Committed to expanding opportunities for people with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities.

ArtsView Children’s Theatre 313 W Tyler Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 236-7535 ArtsviewChildrensTheatre.com Performing arts (creating, producing, and performing). All ages. Fee assistance. “Changing lives through education, outreach, and the performing arts!”

Asbury House Child Enrichment Center 320 S Center Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 758-7062 AsburyHouse.net

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Nurturing preschool children and their families with God’s love to strengthen our community for generations. Offering a school-ready preschool program to children aged three to five on a sliding fee scale. Breakfast, lunch, and snack are provided along with music lessons and a weekly chapel service.

Behavioral Innovations 701 Glencrest Lane, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 686-9009 Behavioral-Innovations.com Committed to translating evidence-based practices for people with autism within a practical and encouraging learning environment. Dedicated to transforming the lives of children, their families, and their community by providing the highest quality of services.

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Pines 610 Garfield, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 212-7750 BeGreatEastTexas.com To enable all children, who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Our vision is to Provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who enters our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a

Community Healthcore is a local governing authority for mental health, substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities for children and adults in nine counties in East Texas. Our mission is: Helping People Achieve Dignity, Independence and Their Dreams.

Community Outreach Mission 1002 S Martin Luther King Boulevard, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 757-3601 Provides a food pantry, clothing, and assists with job search rent assistance for residents of Longview.

Crisman School 2455 N Eastman Road, Longview, TX 75605 (903) 758-9741 CrismanSchool.org Crisman is a private, nonprofit school designed to meet the needs of students with a learning difference, including Dyslexia, Asperger’s, sensory delays, language based delays, ADD, and ADHD.

D.O.R.S. Youth Transition Center 1125 Judson Road, Ste. 153, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 803-0100 DORSCommunityServices.org D.O.R.S. Youth Transition Center is a one-stop shop helping young people ages 15 to 25 who need assistance transitioning out of school and into adult life. We are about empowering young people to move past obstacles to success by establishing a central support system linking them to community resources.

East Texas CASA 1121 Judson Road, Ste. 184, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 753-8093 EastTexasCASA.org Making a Difference in the Lives of Children – East Texas CASA will create a positive future for abused and neglected children by recruiting and training highly qualified volunteers to ensure the safety, protection, and permanent placement of children.

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Brentwood Behavioral Hospital 1006 Highland Avenue, Shreveport, LA 71101 (877) 678-7500 BrentwoodBehavioral.com The Children’s and Adolescent’s Treatment Program is designed to provide a safe, nurturing, and therapeutic environment for a child’s special needs. The program is designed for the treatment of children ages 4-17 with severe emotional and/ or behavioral problems, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, impulse control disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders. Certified Teachers on staff for classroom time. Accepts pregnant patients with clearance from their provider and autistic children able to benefit from group therapy on a case by case basis. Texas Medicaid accepted.

Buckner Children & Family Services 1014 S High Street, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 757-9383 Buckner.org Provides services such as foster care & adoption, retirement services, family hope centers, and family pathways, and Summer feeding and Parents as teachers programs. Buckner Family Pathways programs are designed to help single parents strengthen their families and reduce barriers to self-sufficiency such as lack of education and life skills. We protect single parents by providing housing, access to child care assistance, and a variety of other services. Buckner Family Pathways programs protect families from domestic abuse, financial uncertainty, homelessness, and hopelessness. (buckner.org/family-pathways)


Community Healthcore 701 E Marshall Avenue, Ste. 310, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 234-9200 CommunityHealthcore.com

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East Texas Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse 708 Glencrest Lane, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 753-7633 or (800) 441-8639 etcada.com To reduce substance abuse and dependency within our East Texas communities.

East Texas Montessori Prep Academy 400 N Eastman Road, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 803-5900 w3.LISD.org/Our-Schools/Montessori East Texas Montessori Prep Academy is the largest free public Montessori in the state of Texas. Incorporating IB philosophy and embracing state of the art technologies, ETMPA is proud to offer a first-class education to all. Head Start and special needs accommodations are available.

ESTEEM Operated through: J. Waite Services, Inc 903-758-2762 EsteemJourney.com ESTEEM includes 5 age appropriate workbooks for students 5th grade through high school. Individual or group formats. This innovative curriculum was designed by a collaborative team following national sexual risk avoidance standards, is medically accurate, encourages positive self-development and healthy relationships, and is proven effective. It teaches the benefits associated with selfregulation, success sequencing for poverty prevention, healthy relationships, goal setting, communication and conflict resolution techniques, dating violence, and other youth risk behaviors such as underage drinking or illicit drug use without normalizing teen sexual activity. ESTEEM encourages those who are involved in risky behaviors to return to the path of optimal health.


Expectant Heart Pregnancy Resource Center 2440 S High Street, ( 2nd Floor of Community Bank Building) Longview, TX 75601 (903) 931-3124 expectantheart.org facebook.com/ExpectantHeart

J-Star Ministries 21864 FM 2208 Harleton, Texas, 75651 (903) 424-1757 facebook.com/J-Star-Ministries-Inc-855426111210510 Junior Achievement of East Texas 911 NW Loop 281, Ste. 211-16, Longview, TX 75604 (903) 297-2202 JAEastTexas.org Educates and inspires young people to value free enterprise, business, and economics to improve the quality of their lives.

Goodwill Industries of East Texas, INC 2451-A W Loop 281, Longview, TX 75604 (903) 593-8438 TylerGoodwill.com

Junior League of Longview 1109 N Fourth Street, Longview, Texas 75601 (903) 757-5740 JLLongview.org

Philosophy is to serve anyone who needs assistance (i.e., job placement, retail store, work adjustment training).

The Junior League of Longview serves our community through programs that focus on children and youth in poverty. School Supply Train provides free school supplies and uniforms to children in need. Skills for Success partners with Forever Friends to mentor High School girls. Girl Talk focuses on teaching middle school girls about personal hygiene.

Greater Longview Organization of Business and Education (GLOBE) P.O. Box 3441, Longview, TX 75606 (903) 753-7878 Globe-TexasScholars.org Promotes excellence in education by building partnerships between families, schools, business, and the community in eleven area school districts. Also administers the Texas Scholars program locally.

Greater Longview United Way 310 S Fredonia, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 758-0191 LongviewUnitedWay.org Provides free, confidential information and referrals to current health and h uman service programs available in Gregg County.

Gregg County 4-H 405 E Marshall Avenue Ste 101, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 236-8429 4-H.org Youth development, mentoring, community leadership, healthy living, as well as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Programs.

Gregg County Health Department 405 E Marshall Ave #104, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 237-2620 facebook.com/Gregg-County-Health-Department-257552271058699 Gregg County Historical Museum 214 N Fredonia, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 753-5840 GreggHistorical.org Displays and recreates scenes of the principal forces shaping Gregg County history and its 20th Century significance, presents annual events, education programs, and volunteer opportunities.

Hiway 80 Rescue Mission 3117 W Marshall Avenue, 75604 (903) 759-8101 Hiway80rm.org Our community and youth ministry seeks to serve the homeless and low income in our community that have not come into our shelter.

Jim Meyer Comprehensive Health Center 410 N. 4th St, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 234-8808 specialhealth.org

Kilgore College Kilgore campus: 1100 Broadway Boulevard, Kilgore, TX 75662 Longview campus: 300 S High Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 983-8209 Kilgore.edu KC is a publicly supported, two-year, comprehensive community college offering postsecondary educational opportunities.

Kranz Psychological Services 1125 Judson Rd. Suite 150, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 200-1433 kranzpsychservices.com Kranz Psychological Services is a private practice that offers a variety of services. These services include psychological evaluations, counseling, applied behavior analysis, medication management, support groups, and speaking/training. It is our staff’s belief that nothing is beyond redemption, and every individual deserves to be met where they are with kindness, gentleness, and grace.

LeTourneau University 2100 S Mobberly Avenue, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 233-3000 LETU.edu The premier Christian polytechnic university in the nation, offering graduate and undergraduate degree programs across a wide range of disciplines and on-ground, online, and hybrid delivery models.

Longview Child Development Center 1230 S. High Street Longview, TX 75602 (903) 758-3861 Longviewcdc.com Serving income-eligible families with educational opportunities and quality childcare in a safe, loving environment for more than 40 years.

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EHeart is a faith-based 501(c)3, that empowers families to choose life for their unborn child, and make positive life changes that will support their choice. The vision for EHeart is to be a place where both parents come to receive free services during pivotal times in their lives such as pregnancy and early parenting years. Some of our services include pregnancy tests, educational classes, material assistance, and support groups.

Longview Community Ministries, INC 506 N Second Street, PO Box 1023, Longview, TX 75606 (903) 753-3561 LongviewCommunityMinistries.org Serves to enable Longview congregations and groups to work together more effectively in the community through cooperative acts of service to assist persons in need regardless of race, religion, or creed. Provides services for Family Center, food, financial, utility, rental, and prescription assistance, dental/medical, special needs, meals with love, learning lab, and children’s coat donations.

Primary medical care through the community clinic, which is an FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Clinic) Look Alike program. Services provided are primary care, behavioral health, dental care, pediatrics, OB/GYN Maternity, and substance abuse treatment.


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Resource Directory Longview Dream Center 803 Gilmer Road, Longview, TX 75604 (903) 653-1740 LongviewDreamCenter.com Programs include providing basic needs such as hunger relief for citizens and senior citizens, free clothing for ALL, and simple acts of service to widows, single moms, and special needs clients.

Longview ISD 1301 E Young Street, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 381-2200 LISD.org LISD is authorized as an International Baccalaureate District and Public Charter School System. The Summer Food Program provides summer breakfast and/ or lunch for children between the ages of 1 and 18 at several locations. The Adolescent Pregnancy Program provides transportation, child care, and parenting classes for adolescent parents.

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Longview Museum of Fine Arts 215 E Tyler Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 753-8103 LMFA.org Provides special programs year-round. Invites visitors of all ages a nd backgrounds to come learn about art.

Longview Public Library 222 W Cotton, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 237-1350 LongviewTexas.gov Summer Reading Program. Different events EVERYDAY for all ages.

Longview Too Ambucs PO Box 331, Longview, TX 75606 Main: (903) 753-3329, Cell: (903) 235-4762 Ambucs2LongviewTX.com A nonprofit organization dedicated to creating mobility for people with disabilities. They organize fundraising activities and scholarship programs, and provide mobility tools to the disabled.

Longview World of Wonders 112 E Tyler Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 212-4969 Info@LongviewWOW.org Longview World of Wonders inspires a life-long love of learning by giving children the opportunity to create and explore in a hands-on educational environment.

Mathnasium of Longview 3080 N Eastman Road, #108, Longview, TX 75605 (903) 663-6284 Mathnasium.com/Longview Mathnasium of Longview has been offering math tutoring and homework help to students in Longview and the surrounding area since December 2013. At Mathnasium of Longview, we’re committed to helping your child catch up, keep up, and get ahead in math through our year-round and summer math programs! This includes our in-center and at home online programs. We help kids in grades 2-12 understand math by teaching the way that makes sense to them.

Newgate Mission 207 S Mobberly Avenue, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 757-6146 NewgateMission.org Offers relief and recovery to individuals in disadvantaged circumstances.


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Nurse-Family Partnership 1107 East Marshall Avenue, Longview, Texas 75601 (903) 758-2610 NurseFamilyPartnership.org Nurse Family Partnership is a program for women who are having their first baby. If you enroll, a registered nurse will visit you in your home throughout pregnancy and continue to visit until your baby is two years old. The program is FREE to all eligible women. Your nurse will visit you at least twice a month following a schedule decided upon by you and your nurse. Parenting Resource Center of East Texas 501 Pine Tree Road, Ste. U-14, Longview, TX 75604 (903) 753-7800 ParentingResourceCenter.org Parenting Resource Center provides parenting classes from teen parents to grandparents. Classes and topics include Family Matters (general parenting), For Kids’ Sake (divorce), and Home Front (family violence). All classes are available in English and Spanish. Must pre-register by phone.

Parks & Recreation Department 130 E Timpson Street, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 237-1270 LongviewTexas.gov/Parks The Parks and Recreation Department is committed to providing efficient, q uality recreational opportunities by promoting citizen involvement, preserving resources, programming activities, and improving quality of life.

Partners in Prevention 140 E Tyler Street, Ste. 400, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 237-1019 LongviewTexas.gov/PIP Partners in Prevention focuses on positive youth development through mentoring, substance abuse prevention, and engaging in community events that help develop leadership skills.

Pine Tree ISD 1701 Pine Tree Road, Longview, TX 75604 (903) 295-5000 PTISD.org Presbyterian Children’s Homes & Services 301 N Center Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 758-5000 PCHAS.org Presbyterian Children’s Home & Services provide Christ-centered care and support for children and families in need. We provide in-home services to parents and children who are experiencing a crisis, focusing on helping the family with self-sufficiency. We provide hands-on parenting, life skills, social skills and helping family develop healthy habits and routines. Families are linked to needed resources in the community.

Region VII Education Service Center 1909 N Longview Street, Kilgore, TX 75662 (903) 988-6700 ESC7.net Provides educational and family service support to pregnant women and infant/toddlers.

SeeSaw Children’s Place 1601 W Fairmont, Longview, Texas 75604 (903) 759-1726 SeeSawChildren.org Provides daycare, childcare after school for working parents, and full days in the summer and holidays; teaches self-reliance. Children ages 18 months-12 years.


Special Health Resources for Texas, Inc. 410 N Fourth Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 234-8808 SpecialHealth.org Special Health Resources for Texas provides affordable, comprehensive health care for your whole family at our four East Texas locations. Our services include adult and pediatric primary care, adult and pediatric dental care, women’s health services, immunizations and vaccinations, STD and HIV/AIDS screening and treatment, as well as mental health services and substance abuse treatment.

Spring Hill ISD 3101 Spring Hill Road, Longview, TX 75605 (903) 759-4404 SHISD.org

Thrive360 is an after school group mentoring program for middle school aged teens that focuses primarily on character development and life readiness, in a Christian context, while walking alongside them during the most vulnerable transition of their lives.

UT Tyler Longview University Center 3201 N Eastman Road, Longview, TX 75605 (903) 663-8100 uttyler.edu/luc UT Tyler is fully-accredited offering junior, senior, and master level courses.

UT Tyler University Academy at Longview 3201 N Eastman Road, Longview, TX 75605 (903) 663-8219 UTTIA.org Preparing University Bound Students.

Sylvan Learning – Longview/Mt. Pleasant 913 W Loop 281, Ste. 206, Longview, TX 75604 (903) 297-3300 Locations.SylvanLearning.com/US/Longview-TX Starting at age 4½ through adults, Sylvan Learning of Longview and Mt. Pleasant works through students in math, reading, writing, college prep, and homework support. We are here to help your child navigate each step of his or her academic journey. Whether you are looking to catch up, keep up, or get ahead, we are here for you!

Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service 405 E Marshall, Ste. 101, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 236-8428 Gregg.AgriLIFE.org Provides educational classes and individual consultation on family issues, nutrition, resource management, agriculture, horticulture, and youth development.

Texas Health & Human Services 1750 N Eastman Road, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 753-0083 HHS.Texas.gov Provide services such as housing, employment, health/medical, legal aid, food stamps, child care/education…etc. Visit www.yourtexasbenefits.com to apply for HHS programs.

Texas Special Children’s Project 521 N First Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 236-7300 TXSpecialChildren.com facebook.com/TXSCP Provide (at no cost to the participants) entertainment, recreational and activity programs to handicapped and special needs persons.

The Martin House: Children Advocacy Center Longview: 606 W Garfield Drive, Ste. D, Longview, TX 75602 Marshall: 2615 E End Boulevard S, Ste. 300, Marshall, TX 75672 (903) 807-0189, (903) 653-1794 TheMartinHouseCAC.org The mission is to ensure that every child who is a victim of abuse and comes to our center has an opportunity to be heard, feel protected, and receive services that are vital to his or her continued safety and future well-being.

The Salvation Army 519 E Cotton Street, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 215-8463 SalvationArmyLongview.org

Wellness Pointe 1107 E Marshall Avenue, Longview, TX 75601 705 E Marshall Avenue, Suite 3000, Longview, TX 75601 1761 W Loop 281, Longview, TX 75604 2131 S Mobberly Avenue, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 758-2610, (903) 758-2762 WellnessPointe.org A multi-specialty Community Health Center with multiple convenient locations offering affordable healthcare, dental care, mental health, vision care, WIC and a wide range of social services. Healthcare services include Ob/Gyn, Pediatrics, and Family Medicine. Mental health services include counseling, psychological testing, and psychiatric care. Wellness Pointe gladly accepts Medicaid, CHIP, Medicare, and most major insurances. A sliding fee discount program and grants to cover the cost of care are available to qualified patients.

Windridge Therapeutic Equestrian Center of East Texas 593 Windridge Road, Gilmer, TX 75645 (903) 797-2414 WindridgeTexas.org Enhances the lives of children and adults who face mental, emotional, or physical disabilities, or debilitating life situations.

Women’s Center of East Texas, Inc. 1011 Wal Street, #101, Longview, TX 75605 24 Hour Hotline: (903) 295-7526 Main Business: (903) 295-7846 WC-ET.org Provides emergency shelter, outreach support, legal support and advocacy, crisis hotline services, information and referrals, community education, a thrift shop, and Spanish-speaking services.

Women & Child Health Center of Longview 402 N 7th Street, Longview, TX 75601 (903) 212-7110 WomanAndChildLongview.org

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As the center of our community, Spring Hill ISD is committed to the fulfillment of each learner’s intellectual, creative and physical potential through the collaborative efforts of exceptional educators, dedicated parents and integrated rigorous instruction provided in a safe environment. Our vision is to be a premier school district focused on engaged learning and student success.

Thrive360 600 W Garfield Dr, Longview, TX 75602 (903) 574-1810 Thrive360.net

The Woman and Child Health Center of Longview is a collaboration between Special Health Resources of Texas (SHRT) and Zeid Women’s Health Center. We provide affordable, quality health care for the whole family under one roof, offering convenient care for patients in Longview and the surrounding East Texas communities. The Woman and Child Health Center of Longview provides patients a full range of OB/GYN and prenatal and post-natal services for women as well as complete pediatric care.

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Basic Needs, housing, emergency disaster, rehabilitation, spiritual, youth and senior service, correctional services, and combatting human trafficking.


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Since 1879, Buckner International has existed to shine hope into the world’s darkest places. Focusing on prevention and permanency, we bring redemptive transformation to the lives of the most vulnerable, from the beginning to the ending of life. In Longview, we protect children through foster care and adoption, strengthen families through programs like the Family Hope Center and Family Pathways, and serve seniors through Buckner Westminster Place.

Discover ways you can shine hope at buckner.org.

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