CAM helps individuals and families who have experienced an unexpected emergency resulting in a financial hardship. Each client meets with an assistance counselor to determine the type of assistance that will best move them back on the road to self-sufficiency.
In order for us to provide service, you must live in zip codes 77065, 77095, 77429 and 77433.*
*Residency requirement excludes support through our Operation Jobs program and our GED & ESL Classes.
CAM may pay a portion of a current month’s rent, mortgage, or utility bill for those in need.
People seeking assistance are required to pay a portion of the amount due, or have a pledge for that amount, prior to CAM’s paying the pledged amount.
CAM may provide food and toiletries from the CAM Food Pantry.
CAM's goal is to help the job seeker by offering direction in their job search and providing the practical tools (such as resumes and cover letters) needed to become a long-term, valuable employee.
CAM offers three sessions of GED classes throughout the year to help many people obtain their high-school equivalency certification.
CAM has been changing lives, allowing people to now communicate with their doctors, their children's teachers, and more with our ESL classes. We offer three sessions of ESL classes throughout the year.
CAM knows how difficult it can be for elderly and disabled people to obtain life's necessities on a limited income with limited mobility. CAM offers a Special Delivery program for those who qualify, allowing them to receive a monthly delivery of food.
CAM may provide household goods or furniture for a family. This includes linens, dishes, and other household items.
CAM may provide a clothing voucher to be used in Angels' Attic, CAM's resale store. This enables each qualifying person to select clothing for themselves and their family members.