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Adult Protective Services

Provides protection for the abused, neglected, or exploited.  Involve clients, families and communities in decision-making.  Provides quality services and promote diversity. 1-800-252-5400 or 903-455-2292

Alcoholics Anonymous (Support Group)

The sole purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA ) is to help people achieve and maintain sobriety.  AA works through members telling stories of what we used to be like, what happened and where we are now.  AA, known as "The Twelve Steps," provides a framework for self-examination and a road to recovery, free of alcohol.
Aetna Better Health of Texas 972-201-5519
American Red Cross 214-678-4800
Arms of Hope - Boles Home Goal is to transform the lives of disadvantaged children, youth and families by providing support in a Christian environment 903-224-4900
Bargain Box Offers clothing and other gently used items at affordable prices. 903-886-8306
Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Texas Provides kids with a safe place to learn 903-480-9395
Bread of Life Community Services
Bread of Life Nazarene Church
Bread of Life Food Pantry

Provides supplemental food for the working poor

Carevide Dental Provides general dental clinic services for existing patients and patients with Medicaid.  Also provides care for children under the age 21 with Medicaid benefits. 903-454-6965
Carevide/Greenville Community Health Center Offer health services to people of all ages.  services include general medicine, women's health, family planning prenatal care, pediatric care, pharmaceuticals, social services, and education and consultation for diabetes and nutrition.  All major insurance plans are accepted.  Cash/uninsured fees are based on family size and income. 903-455-5958
Carevide Pediatrics Offers well-child exams, immunizations, etc. including dental exams and cleaning 903-455-4458
Carevide School-Based Commerce ISD Convenient care located on the campus of Commerce Middle School.  Services include well-child exams, immunizations, treatment for chronic & acute illnesses, sports physicals, integrated behavioral health, translation services, and eligibility and enrollment services 903-209-3602
CASA for Hunt County Provides volunteers as a voice for neglected, abused children 903-450-4410
C-CAP (Commerce Community Action Program Improves the quality of life in Commerce by promoting efforts to educate, mentor, and inspire the people of our community 903-468-2659
CHSA Dental Provides general dental clinic services for existing patients and patients with Medicaid under the age of 21 903-454-6965
Celebrate Recovery 214-854-1638
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 800-323-4636
Chamber of Commerce Paul Voss, Executive Director - Mon.-Friday 8-5
1114 Main Street, Commerce
Child Protective Services Provides protection for abused, neglected or exploited children. 903-455-7636
Children's Advocacy Center
Children's Center Early Childhood Intervention Assists children from birth until three with any developmental delays. 903-454-0300 x 1600
CHSA Dental Provides general dental clinic services for existing patients and patients with Medicaid under the age of 21. 903-454-6965
City of Commerce
Commerce Assembly of God 301 TX 224, Commerce, Texas 903-886-0303
Commerce Chamber of Commerce 1114 Main Street, Commerce, Texas 903-886-3950
Commerce Church of Christ
Commerce Community Cares
Commerce Community Church
Commerce Community Plaza
Commerce Emergency Corp
Commerce Fire Department

Chris Bassham, Chief  1103 Sycamore Street
Commerce, Texas

Commerce Food Pantry Provides supplemental food for families in need in the Commerce, and surrounding areas.  Provides dry and canned foods that are available for pickup every Thursday afternoon from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at First Presbyterian Church, 1216 Monroe, Commerce.
Commerce Housing Authority Promotes the development and professional management of a variety of affordable housing opportunities, facilities and supportive services to nurture neighborhoods.  Provides economic development and self-sufficiency activities for residents while also ensuring equal access to safe, quality housing for low and moderate income families. 903-886-2946
Commerce I.S.D. Family Services Promotes safety, wellness and well-being for CISD students and their families, in and out of school
Commerce I.S.D. Health Services Promotes safety, wellness and well-being for CISD students and their families, in and out of school
Commerce Lil' Angels
Commerce Parks and Recreation Offers sports programs: basketball, softball, baseball, T-ball and soccer 903-886-1151
Commerce Public Library Free library cards, books, programs, online resources, for the entire family.  Free adult literacy tutoring (GED, ESL, basic literacy) 903-886-6858
Community Psychology Clinic Services to the public with discrimination.  Fees based on ability-to-pay schedule.  Services include individual counseling, substance abuse counseling, marriage and family counseling, premarital counseling, parenting education, and play and activity therapy for children. 903-886-5660
Community Seeds Serves the economically-disadvantaged with emergency assistance and programs to empower and encourage them to become self-sufficient. 903-634-5673
Cornerstone Medicare education, assistance with Medicare Subsidy (SLMB, QMK, MQMB), prescription drug help and enrollment assistance in all types of Medicare plans including Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage Plans and Prescription Drug Plans.  Offer affordable health insurance to those who are not Medicare eligible and assistance in navigating ACA Marketplace plans. 903-246-3343
Cross Trails Cowboy Church
Cup of Tea Events Cup of Tea Events is on a mission to bring free and low-cost events to the women of Commerce.  Meet neighbors in your community and make new friends!  Our desire is to build relationships, encourage one another and just have some good clean fun.
Drug Prevention Resource Center Provides free information about drugs and alcohol 903-408-4140
Educational Opportunity Center Provides adults with information about educational and career opportunities.  The Center also provides information on admissions requirements to educational programs including workforce programs, and available financial aid.  EOC advisors assist with the preparation of college admissions and financial aid applications 903-457-8709
Family First Home Health Provides home health care services, skilled nursing, physical therapy, medical social work, home health aids, speech therapy and occupational therapy. 903-454-3344
Family to Freedom Provides transportation to relocate women from violence 972-885-7020
First Baptist Church
First Christian Church
First Presbyterian Church
First United Methodist Church
FORCE - Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered Hereditary Cancer Group - Mission is to improve the lives of individuals & families affected by hereditary breast, ovarian, and related cancers. 1-866-288-7475
Glen Oaks Hospital Offers Psychiatric & Chemical Dependency treatment, detox, inpatient; partial day hospitalization and intensive outpatient services; on-site assessments available to other facilities 903-454-6000
Greenville Community Health Center/ Carevide Offers health services to people of all ages.  Services include general medicine, women's health, family planning, prenatal care, pediatric care, pharmaceuticals, social services, and education and consultation for diabetes and nutrition.  All major insurance plans accepted.  Cash/uninsured fees based on family size & income. 903-455-5958
Hands of Compassion Meets the needs of people who need food and clothing and spiritual guidance 903-455-4025
Hebron House Provides transitional housing for women in distress.  House guests will participate in life skills training while becoming independent leaders in their families and in the community.  Hebron House is an evangelical, Christian program.  Spiritual mentorship is a vital part of the Hebron House program. 903-422-1327
Hope Center of Greenville Goal is to come alongside those within urban inner city communities: showing God's love by providing hope and help through a variety of activities and classes such as GED/ESL; Microsoft Office, and Computer Literacy 903-455-7961
Hunt County Behavioral Health Leadership Team (BHLT) A collaborative circle whose mission is to be committed to the well-being of our community members and their families with mental health illness through prevention, intervention, treatment and education


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Hunt County Children's Advocacy Center Provide professional services to victims of sexual assault and child abuse.  Also promotes a safer community through prevention, education, awareness and community involvement.  Offers crisis services, long-term services, therapeutic services, and other services including a 24-hour hot line, education and awareness programs, a multidisciplinary team, a sexual assault response team, and facilities for drug endangered children. 903-454-9999
Hunt County Head Start Providing quality child development services to eligible children in Hunt County 903-886-3757
Hunt County Health Department Medical Services Provides immunizations, wellness exams, physicals and health education for citizens in Hunt County.  Immunizations are available for those children who qualify through the Texas Vaccines for Children Program at low or no cost.  Medicaid or CHIP is accepted.  Adult immunizations are also available


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Hunt County Juvenile Probation Services Partners with local government, courts and communities to promote public safety as well as producing positive outcomes for youth, families and their community 903-455-8555
Hunt Regional Emergency Medical Center at Commerce 24/7 full service Emergency Department with 10 treatment rooms and a physician on site at all times + full staff of medical professionals to care for patient's needs.  903-453-3923
Hunt County Veterans Services Room 104 & 105 in the Office of the Hunt County Detention Center 2801 Stuart Street, Greenville, TX.   Provides assistance to Veterans and their dependents.  903-454-2552
Lakes Regional Mental Health Goal is to ensure access to services and support that enrich the lives of the individuals and families we serve.  Offers an array of mental health services.  Services include counseling, medication related services, skills maintenance services, substances abuse counseling, and much more. 903-455-3987 - 1-866-260-8000
Legal Aid of Northwest Texas Goal is to ensure equal access to justice for people living in poverty through the provision of high-equality legal representation and to improve the lives of low-income people through the rule of law.  Provides free civil legal services to eligible low-income residents in 114 Texas counties. 972-542-9405
Lion's Den
Lion Food Pantry/Student Case Management
MADD Crisis intervention and support for crash victims and family members, bereavement services and support for family and friends, court accompaniment, assistance with filing for crime victim compensation fund, information and referral, assistance with crashes involving catastrophic injury, victim support group, and legal advocacy. 1-877-MADD.HELP (24 hour helpline)
Magnuson Hotel
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
NAMI National Alliance Mental Illness
Northeast Texas Children's Museum Goal is to nurture and educate children across Northeast Texas.  Provides creative and imaginative hands-on play, birthday parties, and special programs. 903-886-6055
Operation Relief Center
Raffa Clinic Offers free pregnancy testing & limited obstetrical ultrasound, pregnancy & parenting education.  All services are free of charge.  Diapers, formula & baby clothes available to patients pregnant to children age 36 months.  Transportation provided from Commerce to Greenville free for all Raffa clients 903-454-9711
Remember for Me
Ridgecrest Baptist Church
S.C.R.P.T. (Senior Resource Center
Salvation Army
South Plains Community Action - WIC
Texas Workforce Solutions
TriCounty Coop
United Way of Hunt County
WIC/Women, Infants, and Children Outreach Health Services Provides nutritious foods to supplement the diets of women, infants, and children. WIC foods are specifically chosen to provide the nutrients women and children need.  Services are provided for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breast feeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.  Open Wednesday and Thursday only 903-886-1288 (Commerce)
903-454-4888 (Greenville)
Women in Need Anti-domestic violence organization that helps women and children with a variety of services including food, clothing, shelter, as well as counseling during their time of need.  The goal is to get clients back on their feet and functioning once again in the community.  Work with the courts and other social service agencies is the mission of this provider. 903-455-4612
Youth 180 Provides prevention programs, substance use outpatient treatment and trauma-responsive counseling for youth and their families.  Strives to promote resilience, empowering our youth on the path to a healthy and productive life.  Provides individual counseling, group counseling, family counseling, parent support groups and many other individualized treatment plans for the youth and parents in our communities 214-942-5166