1 ADULT AND FAMILY SHELTER LIST updated by Zaha Family Promise P.O Box 1601 The Samaritan Inn 1710 N McDonald Agape Resource & Assistance Center 1712 O Avenue Church Under the Tree Haggard Park 901 East 15th Street House TRIPS Program 902 East 16th Street Arlington Life Shelter 325 W Division Hope Mansion 1595 Mt. Lebanon Mercy House PO Box 236 Austin Street Center 2929 Hickory St The Bridge 1818 Corsicana Street Buckner Family Pathways 5200 S Buckner Blvd Square 511 N Akard Street Suite 302 Dallas Life Foundation 1100 Cadiz Street Allen McKinney Plano Plano Plano, Frisco Arlington Cedar Hill Colleyville Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas The Family Promise Network provides a way for religious congregations to work together to help homeless families. Each congregation participating in the Network provides overnight lodging and meals for three to five families (up to fourteen people) for one week each three or four months on a rotating basis. Homeless families which we prefer to call our guests, stay at the house of worship from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. daily. Each morning, guests are taken by van or drive their own vehicle to the Home Base Day Center where they meet with the Network Director, care for preschool children, look for housing and employment, or go out to school or work. Must have state issued ID. Daily intakes 11a-2p. Serves men, women, & families For women head of household. Support services and counseling provided. Childcare and job skills training. No pets. Housing for low income clients. Counseling and help for men struggling to rebuild their lives with religion. Meetings from 3-5 PM each Sunday. Residential (18-21 years) and non-residential (16-21 years) services to homeless young men and women. 18 month max with additional aftercare options. Resource centers in Plano and Frisco. Plano Resource Center: 902 E. 16th Street, Plano, ( ). Frisco Resource Center: 7151 Preston Rd., Suite 341C, Frisco, ( , ext. 410) Must have state issued ID with photo, able to work full time and looking for work, no crimes in last 5 years or any crimes against children; 2 week stays with possible extension based on employment status. Case management & employment programs. 5 PM check-in, 7 AM check-out. No pets. 16 places for women 18+ Must be pregnant, age 18 and older, and verification of need for housing. Admission must be voluntary. Request for and willingness to accept our guidelines entirely Apply to program (application packet) Provide proof of pregnancy, and other required documentation Assessment Interview with Executive Director and House Parents Criminal Background check and Drug Screening Admission decision made within 72 hours after Assessment Interview and move in date scheduled. Our Home is not able to accept pregnant women and their child(ren) Residents will not be able to continue employment while in our program Hope Mansion is not a temporary shelter. It is important to assess whether being admitted into our program at 8 or 9 months of gestation would be beneficial since in most cases, the maximum stay after delivery is 8 weeks. There may be another program that could provide more long term care. Provide a safe home for preganant women until 8 weeks after delivery. Provides complete pregnancy care, counseling and life skills training. Strong emphasis is placed on participation in religion. Emergency shelter for men (45+), (20+). Must be working or going to school. Intake women (11 AM) men (4 PM), leave at 6 AM weather permitting. After 2 weeks, volunteer program. medical & psych services. No pets. Emergency shelter- 1 st come 1 st serve. Men & only. Intakes 6am-7pm. No ID, no background check.social services programs, case manager, No pets living/ independence prog for single mom's and their kids. Must be enrolled in college prior to application, daycare 3-5, Reduced rent, background check and interview process, No pets. Intakes 4:30 to 8:30. Must have ID and SSN.Birth certificate for children required. First 5 days free, then $10 per day. No pets
2 Family Gateway 711 St Paul Street Dallas Short term (10 wk) & (1 yr) transitional housing. Couns; referrals; parenting; budgeting; nutrition & kids programs. Interfaith Housing Coalition 5612 Ross St Dallas LifeNet 9708 Skillman St Dallas Ronald McDonald House of Dallas 4707 Bengal Street Safe Haven Homes 3622 South Tyler Salvation Army 5302 Harry Hines Shared Housing Center 402 N. Good Latimer Expy Under 1 Roof 9505 Royal Ln Union Gospel Mission- Calvert Place 1818 Corsicana St Union Gospel Mission - Center of Hope 4815 Cass St Grayson County Shelter 331 W. Morton Salvation Army 1508 E McKinney The Healing Place 722 Cottonwood Circle Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Denison Denton Desoto Must have a child. Stay 6 mo. To 1 year. Mandatory evening class each week (budgeting, employment, living skills, & parenting). Must have been working in last 3 years and independent living with paying rent. Appointments on Tuesdays for intake - Call Corette. No pets. housing for homeless and also provide counseling and services to those suffering from mental problems or disabilities. Ronald McDonald House of Dallas (RMHD) is the only organization that provides a temporary home-away-from-home for families whose children are receiving treatment for a serious illness or injury at a Dallas area hospital. In an effort to lessen the burden, reduce stress, keep the family intact, and enhance the quality of life for these families, the RMHD provides affordable housing in a caring home-like atmosphere. Ages 18 to 75. Room and board provided with 3 meals per day. Shared living in apartment. Must have source of income (SS, SSI or family). May have pet after interview and with pet deposit. Short term temporary shelters, meals, and casework for men, women, & children. On-site child care. Financial education, case management, and financial assistance (1-6 months) offered. Matches homeseekers with homeproviders. Must contribute financially. 21+, $10 fee at time of application and $20 once match is made. Must be willing to live in Dallas County. Provides a home for homeless families for up to one year, must work and attend classes. Services only available after acceptance to discipleship program/ Overnight shelter and food for men. Clothing issued, computer training, employment assistance, rehab program. Intake Monday-Sunday 4:30-6:30 p.m. Id and Social Security Card required 90 day shelter for women w kids. Daycare, food, clothes, rehab, parenting, job skills & computer training. Requires ID & SSN. Service for Men Over 45yrs, over 22. If married couple, must show marriage license. If unmarried with children both names must be on birth certificates. Intake 8 AM to 3:30 PM. Average 21 day stay, some extensions. No violent criminal history. Drug test required. No pets Emergency shelter for men & women. Case mgmt available. Must have state issued ID. Breathalizer test; Provide evening and morning meals and breakfast to public at 6:30 AM, age 18 and older, social worker available M-F 1-4 PM, No pets. Temp housing for singles & family who are receiving medical treatment or require extended hospital stay Presbyterian Night Shelter 2400 Cypress Street Union Gospel- Family 1321 E. Lancaster Union Gospel-Men's Center 1321 E. Lancaster Union Gospel- 's 1321 E. Lancaster Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth men/women facility & womens/children facility. Need ID. 4pm- 7pm.Out by 7 AM. Able to bring 2 bags & blanket. Serve dinner. Can take shower. Case mgmt. No limit on length of stay. No pets. 18+ (no male children over 12 years), Men 18+ (no female children over 5 years). State ID and SSN required. Males 18+, 200 beds, case management, meals, work readiness program, transportation, counseling. Overnight shelter for guests from 7pm-7am. Emergency shelter in extreme weather. Resident program and overnight stay available. Limited services for father with children. Can not accept registered sex offenders. Need gov't issued ID with photo. Intake 6:30 PM, Out at 5:30 AM after breakfast. only shelter- 33 beds; Ages 18+- call for availability. State ID and SSN required
3 Lifeline Shelter 202 College St, Ste 101 Grace Housing 610 Shady Brook Grand Prairie Grapevine of children enrolled in Grand Prairie schools. Gives shelter to homeless families for up to 2 years. Intakes 9-5 M,T,TH,F, 12:30-5 on Wednesday. Must bring Paycheck Stubs (for the previous 30 days) for all working adults in the household, Copies of all Financial Assistance (Food Stamps, TANF, Child Support, SSI, Social Security, Unemployment, Worker's Comp, Disability, Retirement), Drivers license OR photo ID for all adults in the household, Birth Certificate or Social Security card for each adult, Birth Certificate for each child in the household, Copy of Current Lease (complete) signed by tenant and landlord OR Residence Verification Form which is available in the office at GRACE, Current school registration or report cards for all school age eligible children Salvation Army 5700 Texoma Parkway Sherman Emergency shelter for single males & females. Two night stay &/or SS card needed
4 Agape Resource & Assistance Center 1712 O Avenue Emily's Place P. O. Box Plano * Plano DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS (Hot line : ) For women head of household. Support services and counseling provided. Childcare and job skills training. No pets. Up to 24 month transformational program for victims of domestic violence. Mandatory classes. Hope's Door 860 Ave F # * Texas Muslim 's Foundation * P.O. Box Safe Haven P.O. Box 1207 The 's Shelter P.O. Box 1207 Bridges Safe House P.O. Box 1161 Friends of the Family 4845 S I-35E,Ste 200 Center of Hope 4815 Cass Street The Family Place P.O. Box 7999 Genesis 's Shelter 4411 Lemmon Ave Mosaic P.O. Box * Plano Plano Arlington Arlington Cedar Hill Corinth Dallas * * Dallas Dallas Dallas Emergency shelter for women & kids of domestic violence. Counseling; outreach for kids and adults; parenting group, BIPP; No pets. Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Boys <10 yrs, girls <18. One month stay. Provide counseling, legal services, case managers. No pets. Spanish spoken; support group/counseling; refer to legal aide, screening on phone, must be in immediate danger. <18 years, No pets Support groups/counseling. Legal aid. Suenos-Spanish Program. housing program and alternative program for women who have dropped charges on their abuser. Mens program available for anger management. BIPP and s Education on Non-Violence. Gives shelter to homeless women and women with children in crisis. Each resident attends a 4 week program that helps them get back on their feet. Requirements: 18+, can have children up to 6 years old Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Counseling, support groups, parenting classes, violence intervention & prevention groups; legacy advocacy available. Try to accommodate pets. Emergency shelter for women and children. Boys must be under 15 years old. The COH has a capacity of 234. Intake is at COH Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. On Saturday, Sunday and holidays we do intake from10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Valid government issued ID is required for all women. Mothers must provide birth certificates for all children. women with children can stay for up to 90 days, unless they have entered the Discipleship Program before then. The Center of Hope has a state approved Child Development Center on-site which serves our children from birth through kindergarten. Emergency shelter for women & kids of domestic violence & sexual assault. Counseling, support groups. Can make arrangements for pets. Emergency shelter for women & kids of dom violence & sexual assault. Counseling, support groups, parenting classes; Case management resources; Hispanic program, No pets. housing for victims of domestic violence. Counseling & case management Salvation Army Family Violence Program P.O. Box Shared Housing Center 402 n. Good Latimer Expy Denton County Friends of the Family P.O Box 640 SafeHaven of Tarrant County 6815 Manhattan Blvd, St Dallas Dallas Denton Fort Worth 30 day programs for women & kids of domestic violence & sexual assault. Counseling, support groups, and childcare referrals. No pets. Home share program, referrals for apartments for women with children, transitive group homes for young women, must be 21 and older to apply. Provides a safe home for women affected by domestiv violence/abuse or sexual assault Childcare and counseling available. Personal care items and clothing provided. Ft Worth ISD onsite school. living rental assisstance. Counseling and legal service provided.
5 's Haven of Tarrant County P.O. Box 1456 New Beginnings Center 218 N 10th Street Brighter Tomorrows P.O. Box in Need P.O. Box 349 Presbyterian Night Shelter 2400 Cypress Street * * * * * Fort Worth Garland Grand Prairie Greenville Sherman Individual & group therapy. Ft Worth ISD school on-site. Bilingual programs Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & their kids. Counseling, protective order assistance. Must be current victim in immenent danger from intimate partner; BIPP; Outreach program (m-th 9 t0 9) F (9-5). No pets. Bilingual support groups for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. 2 shelters w/ transitional housing. Outreach counseling & CPS mandated groups; BIPP; short-term solutions for pets. Emergency shelter for women & kids of domestic violence & sexual assault. Counseling & therapy. Must be drug free. No pets. Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Support groups. BIPP and court ordered anger management; advocacy and resource referral. No pets.
6 SUBSTANCE ABUSE SHELTERS Imagine Programs 1947 Avenue K Suite Plano Offers treatment to substance abuse with music and art therapy. Angel Recovery House Gardenia Care Center Ministries 7912 Antoinette Homeward Bound Inc. 233 W. 10th St. Hopeful Solutions 9666 Scyene Dr. # Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Men and women, 6-12 month faith based program, housing, support groups, treatment programs, life skills and employment preperation classes month Christian program for men and women with alcohol/drug dependency Offers detox and residential treatment for alcohol and drug dependency. Uses Northstar, also accepts private insurance. Intakes M-F 8-11 am. Counseling, social service supprt and education provided. Focuses on keeping substance abusing mother s and their children together while helping to kick the addiction. Legacy Founders Cottage 828 S. Tyler The Magdalen House 1302 Redwood Circle Miracle House 7904 N. Arkan Dallas Dallas Dallas Nexus 8733 La Prada Dallas Reconciliation Outreach 4311 Bryan St Dallas Special care housing for critically ill people with AIDS. 24 hour care and assistance, meals, housekeeping, counseling, emotional support, client advocacy & acess to hospice. Must have proof of diagnosis. No pets. Free non-medical 14 day in-house detox program for women 18 and up wishing to withdraw from alcohol use. Primary addiction must be alcohol. A 12 step program which assists women with substance abuse disorders, homlessness. Must be over 18 with a minimum of 7 days sobriety. Requiremnets include maintaining a sponsor, employment, and doing household chores. Residential and outpatient programs for women with alcohol or drug dependency. 18+, or adolescent program Accomodates pregnant teens. Parenting classes and counseling provided. Christian based program for men, women and children who have been involved in substance or domestic abuse. Soul's Harbor Nile Dr Turtle Creek Manor 2707 Routh Street Dallas Dallas Offers men a 6 month program to recover from addiction and homelessness and integrate back into society. 2 week stay residential treatment for adults with mental illness and/or chemical dependency. Cenikor 2209 South Main Fort Worth Helps adults defeat addiction. Provide both inpatient and outpatient services. Must be 18+, must be willing to overcome addiction, no violent offenses or sexual related offenses allowed months
7 YOUTH SHELTERS House 902 East 16th Street My Friends House 902 East 16th Street Plano Plano No-cost, community-based program addressing the immediate needs of runaway and homeless youth in Collin and surrounding counties (under 18). 21-day residential stay. Counseling for residential and non-residential clients at no cost for up to 8 sessions. See adult listing above for ages Safe Program for children who live in bad enviornments and need out. Must be reffered and complete an application. Must contribute to savings account each month. Blake's House Dallas Boys shelter opening soon. More information to come. Bryan's House P.O. Box Jonathan's Place P.O. Box Dallas Dallas Daytime and overnight medically-managed child care to HIV+ children and HIV+ parents. Adolescent Programs Counseling and Social Work. 3 month emergency shelter for abused, abandoned, and neglected children with focus on drug exposed children 0-17 Letot Denton Drive Dallas Shelter for runaways, must be brought in by police, average 3 week stay. Promise House 224 West Page Avenue Dallas Shelter for homeless, runaway and at risk youth, also support pregnant and teen mothers. All Church Home for 1424 Summit Fort Worth Residential homes and foster homes for ages 0-18 to separate from abusive families. Counseling and therapy offered.
8 Exodus Ministry 4630 Munger Avenue #110 The Way Back House 6211 Denton Dr Dallas Dallas E-OFFENDERS SHELTERS Helps formerly incarcerated mothers reunite and grow with their children M-F 9-5 Halfway house for ex-offenders. Living skills, GED, 12 step program and employment assistance. Square 511 N Akard Street Suite 302 Housing Crisis Center 4210 Junius Street Dallas Dallas LifeNet 9708 Skillman St Dallas Housing for low income clients, and has programs to help disabled veterans and veterans. VETERAN SHELTERS Provide permanent housing with case management for homeless, disabled veterans and in another program, for their families. Veterans must have a relationship with the VA and must be chronically homeless and disabled. MENTAL HEALTH/DISABILITY SHELTERS housing for homeless and also provide counseling and services to those suffering from mental problems or disabilities.
9 Hope Mansion 1595 Mt. Lebanon Mercy House PO Box 236 Crisis Pregnancy Center of Dallas Jupiter Road, Ste. 140 National Crisis Pregnancy Center 3550 Bowling Green Ave. Wesley Inn Promisehouse 224 West Page Avenue Denton County Crisis Pregnancy Center 401 S. Locust St. #205 A Gladney Center for Adoption 6300 John Ryan Cedar Hill Colleyville Dallas Dallas Dallas Denton Fort Worth Ages days-2 years PREGNANCY CENTERS 16 places for women 18+ Must be pregnant, age 18 and older, and verification of need for housing. Admission must be voluntary. Request for and willingness to accept our guidelines entirely Apply to program (application packet) Provide proof of pregnancy, and other required documentation Assessment Interview with Executive Director and House Parents Criminal Background check and Drug Screening Admission decision made within 72 hours after Assessment Interview and move in date scheduled. Our Home is not able to accept pregnant women and their child(ren) Residents will not be able to continue employment while in our program Hope Mansion is not a temporary shelter. It is important to assess whether being admitted into our program at 8 or 9 months of gestation would be beneficial since in most cases, the maximum stay after delivery is 8 weeks. There may be another program that could provide more long term care. Provide a safe home for preganant women until 8 weeks after delivery. Provides complete pregnancy care, counseling and life skills training. Strong emphasis is placed on participation in religion. Gives shelter to pregnant women willing to give up their baby for adoption.
10 Allen Counseling Associates 1506 N Greenvilee Ave Ste. 200 Access Counseling Group 2600 Avenue K Ste. 102 Child and Family Guidance Center of Collin Co W. Life Path Systems 3920 Alma Dr. Immigration and Counseling Services 5415 Maple Ave #400 Lynn McCracken Preston Rd Suite 288 Pastoral Counseling Center 4525 Lemmon Avenue, Suite 200 The Counseling Place 312 E Tyler Allen Plano Plano Plano Dallas Dallas Dallas Richardson Intensive outpatient, Supportive Outpatient, Individual and Family Counseling. Help counsel and guide children, adults and families with the skills and resources needed to reduce the effects of mental illness, child abuse, family violence and high risk behaviour care for children with special needs early on and counseling and therapy for adolescents and adults with psych problems and substance abuse problems Provides assistance and counseling for persons seeking legal immigration status, political asylum or US citizenship Monday- Saturday 7:30 am $30-60 depending on matter of concern Family and Individual counseling, over the phone counseling must bring first time forms with you COUNSELING RESOURCES Provide child/adolescent/adult/marital and family counseling. Group therapy. Classes, seminars and workshops provided for extra counseling. M-Thu: 9-5 Fri: 9-3 appointment only. Provide professional counseling, psychoeducational courses, and victim assisstance
11 Frisco Group Of Alcoholics Anonymous Stonebriar Community Church, McKinney 4801 Fellowship Legendary Group Of Alcoholics Anonymous 802 E. University Living Sober Drive Group Of Alcoholics Anonymous Reformed Church of Plano, Alcoholics 5333 Anonymous Group 1210 E. Parker Road, Suite Wylie 300 Group Of Alcoholics Anonymous 303 Highway 78, Suite 101B Frisco McKinney (972) Plano Plano Wylie DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE RESOURCES Visit for changing schedule Visit for changing schedule Al-Anon meets at 6:30 p.m. Mondays
12 Allen Community Outreach 801 E Main Street Allen EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6:00-7:30 PM. Eligibility is if you are NOT enrolled in high school, you have NOT graduated from high school, you are at least 17 and you meet state, provincial, or territorial requirements regarding age, residency, and the length of time since leaving high school. You may be 16 years of age if you are court ordered. Accommodations for students with documented physical, sensory, emotional, or specific learning disabilities are available. Collin County Community College 2800 E. Spring Creek Pkwy Literacy Program of Plano ISD th Street Serenity High 2100 White Avenue Plano Plano Mckinney GED class prep: career planning/placement, career assessment, job search/skill building, resource library/computerized career info Literacy Program where families work together. Classes include adult education, early childhood, GED prep classes. Must reside in Plano ISD. Must have a child under age of 8. Low income families only 9-12 grade for students coming out of drug treatment where recovering teens can live out there commitment to staying clean and sober. Evolution Academy 1101 S. Sherman St Richardson youth in danger of dropping out, earn TEA approved high school diploma. Free-transport, breakfast. Am or Pm, Curriculum focuses on job training and job placement
13 s Medical Clinic of Plano th Street Health Care Services of Collin Co. 825 N. Mcdonald Street Suite Plano Mckinney HEALTH-CARE RESOURCES Day time by appt. Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30 pm. Walk ins: Wed&Thurs 6-7 pm. Services free to medicaid Provides well child clinic (restricted to children under 5 on medicaid-no charge), immunization clinic shots: Monday 8:30-11 AM/ 1-3 PM. Prenatal clinic, TB clinic, STD clinic (fees based on sliding scale)
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