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There are many different cultural sites to bring the family, such as the Heritage Plaza, where patrons can experience the first 100 years of the city, visit the Gregg County Historical Museum, the Longview Museum of Fine Arts, or take in a performance by the ArtView Children’s Theatre, or the Longview Ballet Theatre. The East Texas Symphonic Band or the Longview Symphony Orchestra will have some great educational and cultural experiences for people of all ages, not to mention just some great musical talent to watch. One event that is fun for people of all ages is the Longview Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show which is held during the summer, or the annual rodeo held each spring. Some of the private schools in Longview include the Christian Heritage School, the Trinity School of Texas, St. Mary’s Catholic School, First Christian Church, or the First Christian Prep School.1

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Longview

As elder family members age, it can be difficult for them to remain in the home without constant medical care, even when their families are motivated to care for them on their own. HeartsWay Hospice of Northeast Texas, located in Longview, can provide in-home continuous care so that families can remain together at home.2 The staff can assist families in determining whether or not they qualify for the service, and help them to apply for the necessary resources to receive it. To find out more about HeartsWay Hospice and their services and programs, call (903) 295-1680.

The majority of homeless families are single mothers and their children.3 Hiway 80 Rescue Mission provides these families in need with shelter, clothing, and emotional support through their Women and Family Center in Longview.4 The shelter, in addition to offering basic necessities, also assists single mothers in preparing for and attaining their GEDs, money management, case management, and parenting skills workshops. Their services and programs help bring stability and security to the lives of homeless single mothers, their children, and the community of Longview as a whole. For more information about the Hiway 80 Rescue Mission, contact them at (903) 759-8101.

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Oakland Heights Baptist Church in Longview, Texas supports community families by offering superior childcare, daycare, and after school program services to the community. Their after school program is play based, rather than classroom based, providing children with the opportunity to learn and grow, both physically and intellectually. For information about the after school program, Summer Day Camp, or Oakland Height’s Child Development Center Daycare, call (903) 753-4499.5


1. First Christian Church. (2011). The PREP School. Retrieved from http://www.fcclongview.org/prep-school
2. HeartsWay Hospice. (2014). Longview. Retrieved from http://www.heartswayhospice.org/longview
3. Greendoors. (2014). Family Homelessness. Retrieved from http://www.greendoors.org/facts/family-homelessness.php
4. Hiway 80 Rescue Mission. (2014). Women and Family Shelter. Retrieved from http://hiway80rm.org/what-we-do/woman_and_family_shelter
5. Oakland Heights Baptist Church. (2014). Childcare. Retrieved from http://www.ohbc.org/#/childcare