For homeless, single mothers overcoming the challenges of substance abuse. Provides housing, case management, recovery support servies, coaching, counseling, educational/vocational development, life skills workshops
Minimum requirements: ID & SS card required, 25+, ability to work or attend school, consistent monthly income. Exclusions: sex offenders, convicted violent felons, manufacturing offenses. Length of stay: up to 24 months. General details: HCC pays rent to apartment. Client responsible for utilities. Scattered-site housing placement based upon availability. Home Again – serves 12 families & 3 singles. Welcome Home – 25 singles. Project Restore – HOH must have documented diagnosis of mental illness, substance abuse or co-occurring disorder
Must be referred by the VA. Housing with intensive case mangement for homeless, disabled veterans and their families. Veterans receive support services at the VA Medical Center, on-site at their apartment complex, and various locations in the community. 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.
Homeless pregnant and/or parenting teens (children 5 or youger) ages 17-21. Intake: meet with case manager, if minor must be placed by CPS or signed in by guardian. LGB friendly. Expectation: working or attending school, counseling. Capacity: 12. Length of stay: 2 years or your 21st birthday. Services: food, clothing, Parkland med van onsite weekly, dental care, counseling, art therapy, anger management, parenting, case management, childcare assistance, pre and post natal care, transportation for children to daycare/school, education, career planning, assistance locating and leasing apartments. Facility: Shared bedrooms, 3 shared bathrooms, shared living areas.
ID & SS card required. Alpha (Men) & Oasis (Women) Residential Programs – 1 year residential program for individuals struggling with homelessness, addiction, criminal history, abuse, behavioral dysfunctions. Faith-based. Discipleship classes, computer classes, and GED prep offered. The Refuge – Current employment for at least 2 months. Gross income $20,090 – $28,410. 1 BDR $500/mo. 2 BDR $550/mo. First month’s rent & at least 25% of security deposit due up front. Not a shelter or long-term housing solution.
Temporary home-away-from-home for families whose children are receiving treatment for a serious illness or injury at a Dallas area hospital. 52 private bedrooms with 2 queen bed and private baths. 6 suites with kitchens for families who need isolation following a transplant or chemotherapy treatment. Max of 4 guests per room. Servies: daily meals, transportation, laundry facilities, family activities
Emergency Shelter for victims of domestic violence. 2 locations in Arlington and Ft. Worth. Services: counseling, outreach, legal services, reformation, prevention. Transitional Housing – Limited time subsidized housing options and permanent housing for chronically homeless survivors with disability.
Must be approved by specialist. Must attend all case management. Documentation of disability and/or homelessness for past 30 days required. Must have ability to take care of daily activities. Sex offenders not allowed. Thrive – 6 month program for individuals able to work and/or go to school FT (12 beds). Mothers & Children – 3 sets of families housing available for up to a year
Emergency Shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. 30 day program. Services: Advocacy, therapy, safety planning, legal aid, life skills/education classes