Race Program (Men) - 1 year residential, faith-based 12-step program for those with life-controlling problems such as substance abuse, behavioral dysfunctions, or criminal history. Tree of Life Women's Refuge - 1 year residential, faith-based 12-step program for battered and addicted women. Also includes refuge for single mothers with children. Phase I - Discipline, Phase II - employment, money management, time management, relationships. Document on website includes visitation, weekend pass, telephone, and mail policicies along with clasroom, transportation, and house rules.
Income based, 30% of income. Applicants/residents do not have to be currently employed and are not required to get a job. Must pass a drug and alcohol screening.Must be 55 or older. Studio size housing w/ small kitchen.
Programs: Detox, Short & Long-Term Inpatient Treatment, Adult Outpatient, Adolescent Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment, Sober Living Program 18-24 months. Exclusions: violent or sexual offenses
902 East 16th St. Plano, TX 75074
My Friend's House - Emergency shelter for youth ages 0-17 who have been removed from home. Siblings may remain together. Intake: contact emergency services. Partnership with CPS. Expectations: no extreme aggression, cannot be immediate danger to self/others, substance abuse free, mentally stable, attend counseling/training. Length of Stay: 3 weeks. Services: basic needs, case management, medical/dental assistance, development evaluations, psychological assessments, education assistance, life skills, counseling, school transprtation. Facility: 6 client beds, 2 bathrooms. Transitional Living Program - For ages 18-21 homeless or runaway youth. Accepts expecting mothers. Intake: call to check availability, application, face to face interview, 1-2 week process. Expectations: gain employment, complete high school education, enroll in college, attend counseling/training, drug-free. Length of Stay: Up to 18 months. Services: life skills groups, case management, counseling assessment. Facility: on-site staff, 2 houses in Plano neighborhood. Clients share rooms. 4 bathrooms. Community Outreach and Resource Center. 901 18th St. Plano, TX 75074
Housing provided for more than 30 veterans annually through CityWalk@Akard, ESG-Rapid Rehousing, and Destination Home programs. Veterans qualify through the Dallas Housing Authority for VASH vouchers and are placed in the housing programs. Services: furniture, household goods, transportation, case management.
OnTRAC Transitional Housing - Youth ages 18-24 aging out of the foster care system. Parents welcome. Intake: face to face interview, may take 24 hours to enter depending on availability. Expectations: be employed at least 30 hrs/wk. If unemployed, must meet with housing coach weekly, no criminal activity, threats or violence, 30 days since last psychiatric hospital admission. Length of Stay: 6-9 months. Facility: 15 private bedrooms. 2 bathrooms. Shared common areas. OnTRAC Permanent Supportive Housing - Homeless youth ages 18-24 with documented disability. Intake: face to face interview, may take 2-3 weeks to enter depending on availability. Serves 35 youths. Expectations: work with housing coach, maintain lease, staff will provide housing assistance and rent will be paid. Length of Stay: Permanent.
Halfway house for female ex-offenders. Written request for application should be sent by mail. Job skills training.
Halfway house for male ex-offenders. Mentorship
Intakes 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM daily. ID and social required. 1st time residents receive 5 free nights. After that, Pay-to-Stay Program ($12/night) OR 10-month New Life Program (free if no income). Children are free. Cannot return for 30 days if you leave. Allowed 2 bags or boxes (no suitcases) weighing 25 lbs or less. Valid marriage license, birth certificates, child socials, shot records required. Random drug testing. No parolees. No violent or sex crimes in background. Rules and chapel attendance. Dorms for singles and private rooms for families. Chore assigned.
10-month program w/ 4 phases. Phase I - must stay on property, no visitors, work 4-hour shift in kitchen. Phase II - Can request pass to leave property, full schedule of classes including anger mgmt, alcohol recovery, job readiness, budgeting, etc. work in security or food service on-site. Phase III - Continue classes, focus on job and housing applications, join local church, work with a mentor. Phase IV - Class schedule and mentoring continue, job and housing application process finalized, graduation