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Guyon Saunders Resource CenterGuyon Saunders Resource Center
A cooperative effort of agencies dedicated to a non-judgmental environment while providing services including basic needs, improving the well-being of those using the Center, and enhancing the quality of life for our community. Read more
A cooperative effort of agencies dedicated to a non-judgmental environment while providing services including basic needs, improving the well-being of those using the Center, and enhancing the quality of life for our community.
Guyon Saunders Resource Center is located at 200 S. Tyler Street in Amarillo, TX, and is a 501 (c) (3) organization. The agencies at GSRC provide free health and human services to the community. Currently, seven agencies are housed at the Center: 2-1-1 Texas Panhandle, the Community Day Rooms, Catholic Family Service, Amarillo Independent School District-Families in Transition, Regence Health Network, Texas Panhandle Centers-Behavioral and Mental Health, and Texas Juvenile Justice Department. Other agencies and organizations participate at the Center to serve in needed capacities throughout each month: Amarillo College, Veteran's Administration, Family Support Services, Amarillo Public Library, Haven Health Clinics, Goodwill Industries International, High Plains Food Bank, Legal Aid, and a Peer-to-Peer program supported by Texas Panhandle Centers.