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TAMU Resources

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In 'Books that Health Out', you will find resources and information on health-related topics. We've worked in collaboration with The Office of Health Promotion and invite you to browse our resource guides on the left to learn about our collection, as well as contact information for those wanting to know more or are in need of assistance and support.



  • Brazos Valley Food Bank
    • Address: 1501 Independence Ave, Bryan, TX 77803
    • Phone: 979-779-3663
    • Provides food assistance, help with applying for SNAP and other benefit assistance programs, and nutrition education
  • The 12th Can, Texas A&M University
    • Address: 957 Agronomy Rd: Mail Services Building, Office 119, College Station, TX 77843
    • Phone: 979-862-4279
    • Accessible by Bus Route 6 (Vet School Stop)
  • Twin City Mission Community Cafe
    • Address: 410 S. Randolph Ave, Bryan, TX 77803
    • Phone: 979-822-1492
    • Monday-Friday, 12 noon or 5:00pm: Hot meal provided to community members at no cost. Community members can receive one meal per day, either lunch or dinner


  • Feeding Texas
    • Address: 1524 South IH-35, Ste. 342, Austin, TX 78704
    • Phone: 512-527-3613
    • The Feeding Texas network is the largest hunger-relief organization in Texas. Together with 21 member food banks, they reach over 4 million Texans annually with food and resources and engage the state in the fight against hunger
  • Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
    • Address: PO Box 431219, Houston, TX 77243
    • Phone: 469-213-8651
    • Texas Academy members provide expert food and nutrition resources for Texans. They are here to help Texans improve and manage their health—and make eating an enjoyable and delicious experience
  • Texas Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
    • Phone: 877-541-7905
    • SNAP is a federally funded program that helps low-income families buy nutritious food from local food stores. SNAP assistance is available to qualifying families, elderly people, and single adults. Applicants must reside in Texas, and must apply in the county in which they reside

  • Texas WIC
    • Phone: 800-942-3678
    • The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, popularly known as WIC, provides classes, networking, and one-to-one nutrition counseling for pregnant, breastfeeding women and families with children younger than 5