Government Resources in New Caney
Have you recently moved to New Caney and Montgomery County but need some help finding your way through the various government programs and operations that exist to lend a hand to those who may be down on their luck now. You may have spent your last dime on an attorney for your divorce but are now contemplating a move to New Caney. Here are some resources for you and your family to consider whether you are longstanding residents of New Caney or have recently moved in.
If you are in danger of being evicted from an apartment, mobile home, or single-family home then Lone Star Legal Aide can provide you with a name of an attorney who can advise you of your rights. Being in a position of weakness does not mean that you have no rights. On the contrary, by contacting one of these organizations you can learn about your rights and how to protect yourself and your family.
If you have been evicted now is not the time for you to spend moping around. You should contact the Montgomery County Housing Authority to learn more about the various programs offered through New Caney and/or Montgomery County. Low-income citizens may even qualify to have their rent paid by Montgomery County Emergency Assistance. Your circumstances may change over time leading to a situation where you cannot pay rent. When your well-being and that of your children hang in the balance, it is important to know that there are resources out there which can help you.
Food pantries are available in the New Caney area if you ever need one to help put food on your table. However, it is recommended that you call ahead to verify hours, selection of foods and the cost of any trips to the pantries. While not a part of city of local government, Montgomery County is home to many churches that offer assistance in a variety of areas such as employment, rent assistance, emergency disaster assistance and childcare.