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    Social Service & Welfare Organizations in Texas City

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    Business Listing   American Legion Post 89 - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 945-8975

    Business Listing   Bay Brook Villa Recovery Center - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 949-4673

    Business Listing   Galveston County - Health District- Oak Street Offices- Public Health Labora - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 938-2449

    Business Listing   Texas City City - Community Development - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 643-5730

    Business Listing   Texas State - Texas Department of Human Services - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 945-0317

    Business Listing   Texas State - Texas Department of Human Services- Day Care Licensing - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 948-1701

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    Helpful Definition for: Social Service & Welfare Organizations

    A professional and academic discipline committed to the pursuit of social welfare and social change is known as social work. Social workers usually work towards research and practice to improve the quality of life and development of the potential of each individual, group and community of a society. Welfare organizations provide financial or other aid to people in need which is also known as welfare. In Texas City, welfare can take a variety of forms, such as monetary payments, subsidies and vouchers, health services, or housing. Welfare can be provided by governments, non-governmental organizations, or a combination of the two.

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