Center Address City Phone Information
Agape House PO Box 861664 Plano 214-926-3686 direct contact     469-814-0453 office  Provides critical Housing and Life Skills that empower single women and their children to transform from Homelessness, Crisis and Poverty to Self-Sustaining, Fulfilling Lives. (Have them mention Emily’s Place and they will contact them back)
Brighter Tomorrows PO Box 532151 Grand Prarie, Irving, & DeSoto 972-263-0506 (hotline)        972-262-8383 Parenting classes, bilingual programs, support groups for victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault; 3 separate shelters & 24 transitional housing units.
Bridges Safe House   Cedar Hill 469-272-4441 Emergency shelter and Transitional housing
Chetna   Richardson  1-888-942-3862 Helps South Asians who have been victims or DV. 
Crisis Center PO Box 2112 Sherman 903-893-3909 (hotline)             903-893-5615 Provides shelter and services for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Groups held various days of the week.
Families to Freedom PO Box 1226 Addison 972-885-7020 Transport victims of domestic violence back to saftey. SERVING THE DALLAS-FT. WORTH AREA (will drive to other states)
Friends of the Family 4845 S. I-35 Corinth/Denton 940-387-5131 (hotline)               940-382-7273 Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Counseling services offered, support groups, parenting classes, violence intervention, and prevention groups.
Friends of the Family 921 N. Mills Lewisville 972-221-0650 (hotline)                1-800-572-4031 Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Counseling services offered, support groups, parenting classes, violence intervention, and prevention groups.
Genesis Women’s Shelter PO Box Drawer G Dallas 214-942-2998 (hotline)             214-946-HELP Emergency shelter for women & children of domestic violence & sexual assault. Offers counseling, support groups, & parenting classes. Hispanic program.
Hope’s Door 820 Ave F# 100 Plano 972-422-7233 Shelter for women & children of domestic violence & sexual assault. Support and counseling services offered. Outreach for children after they have left the shelter. Batterers intervention and Prevention Program for men who are abusers (group/individual).
Jewish Family Service Family Violence 5402 Arapaho Road Dallas 972-437-9950 nonsectarian mental health and social services agency. support groups. Crisis intervention and safety planning, counseling, and support groups for the victim of family violence, as well as professional help for the abuser. Offers transitional housing. Has a men’s shelter. 
Mission Granbury 3611 Plaza E Ct Granbury 817-579-6866 Provides safe haven for victims (women and children) of domestic violence and sexual assault. Located 30 miles from Fort Worth and 60 miles from Dallas. The Shelter provides 24/7 care to an average of 18 people per night. Licensed counselors are volunteers provide additional services such as transportation, addiction therapy groups and other life skills groups, budgeting and resume preparation.
Mosaic PO Box 720907 Dallas 214-821-5393 (hotline)             214-823-4434 Transitional housing for victims of domestic violence. Counseling & case management.
New Beginning Center 218 N. 10th St. Garland 972-276-0423 (hotline)             972-422-2911 Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & their children. Individual & group counseling. Battering intervention & Prevention Program and applications for protective orders.
Peaceful Oasis  PO Box 863388 Plano 972-769-4360 Take women of any age; boys only to 12. Social and family violence services that foster peace and well-being in the home through our Peace in the Home Services and Peaceful Oasis Shelter. Offers transitional housing.
Salvation Army Family Violence Program PO Box 35928TH Dallas 214-424-7208 hotline 30 Day program for women & children of domestic violence & sexual assault. Offers counseling and support groups. Provides referrals for childcare. 
The Family Place PO Box 7999 Dallas 214-559-2170 (hotline)             214-692-8295 Emergency shelter for women & children of domestic violence & sexual assault. Offers counseling and support groups.
The Women’s Shelter PO Box 1207 Arlington 817-548-0583 (hotline)            817-460-5566 Support groups/counseling. Legal Aide. Suenos-Spanish program. Transitional housing program and an Alternative program for women who have dropped charges on their abuser.
Turning Point  3325 Silverstone Dr.  Plano 800-886-7273 (hotline) Rape crisis center, helps survivors of sexual violence. 
Women In Need PO Box 349 Greenville 903-455-4612 (hotline)             972-262-8383 Shelter for women & children of domestic violence & sexual assault. Counseling and individual therapy offered. 
Women’s Center of Tarrant County 1723 Hemphill Fort Worth 817-927-2737 (hotline)             817-927-4040 Rape Crisis and Victim Services, Employment Solutions and General Counseling Services. Offering information and referral, employment assistance, and life skills workshops.
Women’s Center of Tarrant County 401 W. Sanford, Suite# 1200 Arlington 817-548-1663 Rape Crisis and Victim Services, Employment Solutions and General Counseling Services. Offering information and referral, employment assistance, and life skills workshops.
Women’s Haven of Tarrant County PO Box 1456 Ft. Worth 817-535-6462 (hotline)            817-535-6464 Individual & group therapy. Male & Female batterers programs. Ft Worth ISD school on-site. Bilingual programs.
Shiloh Place  PO Box 2731 McKinney 469-534-9407 Helps single moms and their kids. Provides housing, childcare, nutrition, counseling, and life skills for up to 2 years. 
     

*Angela Evans  214-227-5549 Goodwill – Garland store (manager of connections for jobs and possible housing)

 
         
Frisco Family Services     972-335-9495  
Adult Protective Services     800-252-5400  
 
CenterAddressCityPhoneInformation
Arlington Life Center325 W. DivisionArlington817-548-9885Must have state issued ID and SS Card. Able to work full-time. Background check. Able to stay for 2 weeks, may get an extension based on employment status. Case management & employment office. 
Austin Street Shelter2929 Hickory St.Dallas214-428-4242Emergency, temporary shelter for men (40+) and women. Day program for women/children. “Step-up” rehab with counseling, medical, and psych services.
Bella HousePO Box 940802Plano972-379-7450House of hospitality that offers love and support for homeless pregnant women with first child only in the Dallas area. (can stay until baby is born)
Buckner Children and Family Services5200 S. Buckner Blvd.Dallas214-388-1442Family Pathways-transitional living/independence program for single mom’s and their children; must have GED/HS Diploma; Daycare ages 3-5; application process.
Dallas Life Foundation1100 CadizDallas214-421-1380Men, women, and children of all ages. Intakes are done between 3pm-7pm. Counseling, vocational, and employment services. Senior Connections for ages 55+.
Family Gateway711 St. Paul StreetDallas214-823-4500Short term (10 weeks) and long term (1 yr) transitional housing. Goals are living wage employment. Counseling referrals, parenting, budgeting, nutrition, and children’s programs. 
Grayson County Shelter331 W. MortonDenison903-465-6041Requires ID and SSN. Provides service for men, women, & children. Men may stay with families if they are legally married. 
Hope Mansion 1595 Lebanon Rd.Cedar Hill972-293-3370Pregnant women with children can stay up to 12 weeks after baby is born. Provides housing, meals, counseling and life skills. 
Interfaith Family Services5612 RossDallas214-827-7220Transitional 90 day-housing for families with children.  2 mandatory evening classes per week (budgeting, employment, living skills, and parenting). Families pay monthly rental fee.
Legacy Founders Cottage828 S. TylerDallas214-520-6308Special care housing for critically ill people with AIDS. 24 hour care & assistance, meals, housekeeping, counseling, emotional support, client advocacy & access to hospice.
Presbyterian Night Shelter2400 CypressFt. Worth817-632-7405Single mens/womens facility and womens/children facility. Intakes at 5pm. Able to bring 2 bags & blanket. Case management. No limit on length of stay. 
Ronald McDonald House5641 Medical Center Dr.Dallas214-631-7354Provides temporary housing for families of seriously ill children ages 8 & under who are receiving care in a Dallas hospital. 
Shiloh Place PO Box 2731McKinney469-534-9407Helps single moms and their kids. Provides housing, childcare, nutrition, counseling, and life skills for up to 2 years. 
Salvation Army5302 Harry Hines Dallas214-424-7000Shelter Care Services short-term temporary shelters, meals, & casework services for men, women, & children. On-site child care.
Salvation Army1508 E. McKinneyDenton940-556-3800Temporary/Emergency shelter for men & women. Case management available. Must have state issued ID.
Salvation Army5700 Texoma PkwySherman903-868-9602Emergency shelter for males and females without children. Two night stay, may stay longer, but must speak with a case worker. ID and/or SS card needed. 
The Healing Place722 Cottonwood CircleDeSoto972-228-2590Temporary housing for persons and/or their family, who are receiving medical treatment or who require an extended stay in a hospital. 
The Samaritan Inn1710 N. McDonaldMcKinney972-562-7375Must have state issued ID. Intakes between 11am-2pm. Serves men, women, & children.
Union Gospel Mission Center of Hope4815 Cass StreetDallas214-638-298890 day shelter for women with children. Daycare, food, clothing, rehab, parenting, job skills, and computer training. 
Adult Protective Services 1200 E. Copeland Arlington1-800-252-5400Helps adults with disabilities 
*Angela Evans  214-227-5549 Goodwill – Garland store
(manager of connections for jobs and possible housing)
 
CenterAddressCityPhoneInformation
All Church Home for Children1424 SummitFt. Worth817-335-4041Residential homes, ages 4-18. Foster homes, ages 0-18. Counseling & therapy offered to residential & non-residential clients.
Bryan’s HousePO Box 35868Dallas214-559-3946Daytime & Overnight medically-managed child care to HIV + children and HIV + parents. Adolescent program ages 12-18. Counseling and social work services.
Buckner Children and Family Services5200 S. Buckner Blvd.Dallas214-388-7442Residential services ages 13-17 for children with behavorial/emotional problems, application process. M-F 9am-5pm; Temporary Foster care ages infant-17.
City House Family Center1947 Ave. K, Bldg. 6, Suite 100Plano972-424-4626Assessment’s for shelter M-F 9am-5pm; Various counseling services for all ages. 
City House Teen ShelterN/APlano972-424-4626Ages 10-17; counseling services provided at CH-Family Center (anger management, peer pressure, health, individual, and group therapy)
City House Transitional3400 Stone Crest Plano972-424-955618 month program, ages 16-21. Resident/Non-Resident services (individual/group therapy and life skills)
CPS  1-800-252-540018 and under child abandonment 
Jonathan’s Place4707 GastonDallas214-827-9595Emergency shelter for abused, abandoned, and neglected children with focus on drug exposed infants. Ages 0-11
Juliette Fowler Homes Inc.1220 AbramsDallas214-827-0813Residential services for males and females ages 13-17 with emotional, social, and behavorial problems. Individual, group, and family therapy. Outpatient psych. Assessments and psychotherapy.
Kaufman Shelter40905 Houston St.Kaufman972-932-4896Children 0-17. Emergency Shelter and placement by CPS. Average stay is 30 days. Offers counseling and transportation to school, medical, and psychological appointments.
Lena Pope3131 Sanguinete St.Ft. Worth817-225-2652Alt. School for troubled youth (Elem., Inter. & Highschool) Family Matters Preservation offers counseling services (all ages) Foster Care placement (all ages)
Letot10505 Denton Dr.Dallas214-357-0391Runaways; MUST be brought in by the police. Residential-school and family/individual counseling services. Non-residential offers family/individual counseling.
Nexus Recovery8733 La PradaDallas214-321-0156Residential program for adolescents ages 13-17 with alcohol and drug problems. 12 step based program.
North Texas Youth Connection (JA)PO Box 1625Sherman903-893-4717Ages 10-17; Children in CPS custody; STAR program for family counseling.
Our Friends Place2501 Oak Lawn, Ste # 500Dallas214-520-62682 Programs: Wendy-transitional living, ages 18-24 & Pauline- ages 10-17.
Phoenix House2345 Reagan St.Dallas214-999-1044 (hotline) 800 (DRUGHELP)Substance abuse prevention, intervention, & treatment. Offers adolescent residential & outpatient substance abuse treatment. 
Promise House224 West PageDallas214-358-4504 (24 hr)        214-941-8578Runaways 10-17, can stay 30 days with parental approval and family counseling. Day school and parenting classes. Wesley Inn for teen mothers.
Texas Youth Commision-Cottrell House7929 Military PkwyDallas214-388-5498 (24 hr)       214-388-5497Halfway house for adjudicated maels, ages 15-20. Program includes school, work/vocational training, group & individual therapy and drug treatment.
The Bridge-ER Youth Center-CPS Ft. Worth Community Placement115 W. BroadwayFt. Worth817-335-4673Ages 10-17, temporary shelter. Parenting classes. Buffalo soldiers program for the youth. 
YMCA Casa Shelter2640 Webbs ChapelDallas214-358-4504Ages 10-17; temporary shelter.
Viola’s House1819 Martin Luther King Jr BlvdDallas469-751-2017Shelter for pregnant teens between the ages of 12-21 
 
CenterAddressCityPhoneInformation
Salvation Army5554 Harry HinesDallas214-424-7000Residential care & rehab through counseling & work therapy. Work provided through pick-up, repair and sale of used materials.
Second Chance3507 McCreary Rd.Allen214-545-8387Transportation provided. No sex offenders or serious psych issues. 72 hours clean. Mentor & financial classes offered.  
Union Gospel Mission3211 Irving Blvd.Dallas214-637-6117Overnight shelter & food for men. Clothing issued, computer training, employment assistance and skills training. Rehab programs for drug/alcohol.
     
Substance Abuse SheltersAddressCityPhoneInformation
Care Center Ministries4724 Eastside Ave.Dallas214-824-985218 month Christian program for males only who are drug/alcohol addicts. 
Help is Possible Project, Gateway Foundation723 S. PeakDallas214-827-2870Residential treatment program for drug & alcohol abusers ages 18 and up. Outpatient treatment. Sliding scale fees.
Reconciliation Outreach4311 BryanDallas214-545-6500Christian based program for men, women, & children who have been involved with substance or domestic abuse. The Refuge-abused women & children. After school programs & daycare.
Straight Street1542 S. Hwy 67Dallas972-291-29886 month Christian Program for individuals who have a drug/alcohol dependency or have been released from jail. Call first. Cannot take individual with crimes involving children or who are taking anti-depressants.
Turtle Creek Manor3511 N. Hall, Suite 210Dallas214-522-7930Residential treatment for adults with mental illnesses and/or chemical dependency.
Nexus8733 LaPradaDallas214-321-0156Residental and outpatient programs for women ages 18 and up, women w/ children and pregnant women w/ alchol and drug abuse programs 
Lifepath System 7308 Alma DrPlano844-544-5939help individuals and their families dealing with mental illnesses, intellectual disabilities and developmental delays
Shelters for Ex-OffendersAddressCityPhoneInformation
Exodus Ministry4630 Munger Ave. #110Dallas214-827-37726 month program for ex-offenders with families. Provides budgeting, parenting, counseling, and job search classes. 
The WayBack House, Inc.899 N. Stemmons FwyDallas214-742-1971Halfway house for ex-offenders. Living skills, GED, 12 step program & employment assistance. 
Subtance Abuse Shelters
CenterAddressCityPhoneInformation
Ethel Daniels Foundation1900 N. PrairieDallas214-823-909012 step residential program for women. Call for appt.
Free Grace1603 Wendy WayRichardson 469-740-1043Sober living transitional home, support group and life skills. No expectant mothers. 
Help is Possible Project,          Gateway Foundation723 S. PeakDallas214-827-2870Residential treatment program for drug & alcohol abusers ages 18 and up. Outpatient treatment. Sliding scale fees.
Homeward Bound, Inc233 W. Tenth St.Dallas214-941-3500Full range of chemical dependency treatment & counseling. Women’s specialty & educational programs. Ages 18 & up with drug/alcohol history.
Nexus8733 LaPradaDallas214-321-0156Residential & outpatient programs for women ages 18 & up, women with children and pregnant women with alcohol & drug abuse problems.
Reconciliation Outreach4311 BryanDallas214-821-9192Christian based program for men, women, & children who have been involved with substance or domestic abuse. The Refuge-abused women & children. After school programs & daycare.
Straight Street1542 S. Hwy 67Dallas972-291-29886 month Christian Program for individuals who have a drug/alcohol dependency or have been released from jail. Call first. Cannot take individual with crimes involving children or who are taking anti-depressants.
The Magdalen House1302 Redwood Cir.Dallas214-324-9261Free nonmedical 14 day in-house program for women 18 and up who want to withdraw from alcohol.
Turtle Creek Manor3511 N. Hall, Suite 210Dallas214-522-7930Residential treatment for adults with mental illnesses and/or chemical dependency.
Couseling Resources
CenterAddressCityPhoneInformationWebsite
The Turning Point3325 Silverstone Dr.Plano(972) 985-0951Free sexual assault counseling services including Trauma-Sensitive Yoga for Survivors, Coping Skills Group for Females, and Friends and Family Support Group. https://www.theturningpoint.org/what_we_do/counseling/
The Counseling Place375 Municipal Dr. Suite 222Richardson(469) 283-0242Variety of counseling services. Price depends upon household income. Free counseling services are possible. http://counselingplace.org/
Dallas Rape Crisis11300 N. Central Expy. Ste. 601Dallas(214) 712-4900Free services to survivors and loved ones. http://www.dallasrapecrisis.org/
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