Children

P.O. Box 1161, Cedar Hill, TX

Short-Term Housing – For ages 18-30 homeless women w/o children, pregnant women w/ up to 1 child or w/o children, and women with up to 2 children (6 and under). LB friendly. Intake: phone interview, background check (offenses examined case-by-case), in-person inerview (ID required), 1-2 day process. Exclusions: diagnosis of mood disorders, violent offenses. Expectations: drug-free, mandatory counseling and training (life skills, mentoring, parenting, resume building, career readiness, conflict management), stay in facility except for work or school, no cell phone use (phones and computers provided), no smoking. Length of Stay: 30 days, then able to apply for maternity program or supportive living program. Facility: 14 client beds, 5 bathrooms, shared common areas. Shared bedrooms and bathrooms depending on family size. Maternity Housing – Single pregnant women, 18-30 years old with up to one child age 6 and under. Intake: complete Short Term program in good standing. Exclusions: same as short term. Expectations: same as short term and follow maternity care guidelines. Length of Stay: pregnancy plus 6-8 weeks after birth. May apply to Supportive Living Program. Facility: 14 client beds, 5 bathrooms, shared common areas. Supportive Living Program – Same as short-term. Intake: complete other programs in good standing. Exclusions: same as short term. Expectations: same as short term & pay 15% of income in rent, returned at end of program. Length of stay: 6-12 months. Facility: 5 client beds, 1 bathroom, shared common areas

http://www.bridgessafehouse.org/
469-272-4441
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Brighter Tomorrows
P.O. Box 532151 Grand Prairie, TX 75053

75053

Transitional Housing to help survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence by establishing financial stability. Apartment rent and utilities paid by agency. 2 year program. Services: life skills training, budget planning, parenting classes, support groups. Requirements: drug and alcohol free, ability to work, minor children under 18 yo, fleeing domestic violence w/ documentation to support claims, abide by facility rules. Exclusions: income greater than 30% of AMI. Upon gaining employment, client encouraged to establish savings account. Application document online

https://www.brightertomorrows.net/
972-262-8383
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3610 Pipestone Rd. Dallas, TX 75212

Serves children with medical needs (asthma, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, neurological disorders, MS, heart disease, cancer, catheters & feeding tubes) and disabilities. Family Supportive Servies – Emergency Housing Funding, referrals, job training, financial lieracy, access to technology, language, GED, and other education resources for up to 1 year. Intensive social services and case management for children with special needs and those impacted by HIV/AIDS (diagnosis of child or immediate family members), therapy provideed. Direct child care on-site, respite care (weekends), spring & summer camps

http://www.bryanshouse.org/
214-559-3946
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700 N. Pearl St. Ste. 1200 Dallas, TX 75201
75201

Single parent families age 18+ currently enrolled in educational or vocational program. Intake: call or email, meet with social worker for evaluation, background check. Exceptions: counseling, work with social worker. Length of stay: 6-9 months. Services: Access to affordable housing, financial assistance, counseling, spiritual growth, case management, parenting classes, money management, mentorship.

214-328-3141
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1100 Cadiz St. Dallas, TX 75215
75215
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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

214-421-1380
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Denton County Friends of the Family
P.O Box 640, Denton, TX 76202

76202

Emergency Shelter for survivors of relationship violence and sexual assault. Services: advocacy, case management, crisis intervention, counseling, after-school program, play therapy, pet shelter, food, toiletries, transportation, medical, clothing assistance

https://www.dcfof.org/
800-572-4031
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Emily’s Place
P. O. Box 860911, Plano, TX 75074

75074

Transitional Program. 2-year program for victims of domestic violence. Services: counseling, substance abuse recovery, vocational assistance, life skills development, spiritual nurturing, case management. Requirements: 20 hrs/wk of productive/volunteer hours. Online application

https://emilysplacetx.org/
972-424-7775
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4630 Munger Avenue #110 Dallas, TX 75204

1-year Intensive, comprehensive, residential discipleship program for formerly incarcerated mothers reuniting with their children. Fully furnished, single-family apartment and all basic living needs at no cost. Services: childcare, job prep, mentoring, financial planning

http://exodusministries.org/
214-827-3772
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Grayson Crisis Center
4200 N. Travis St. Sherman, TX 75092

75092

Emergency Shelter for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Services: counseling, BIPP, advocacy, anger management classes, and survivors support.

http://www.graysoncrisiscenter.org/
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Hope’s Door
860 F Avenue #100 Plano, TX 75074

75074

Emergency Shelter – 5 BDR home that houses up to 21 families. 90-day stay. Services: food, clothing, counseling, educational services, case management, legal advocacy, referrals. Avenue Hope (Rapid Rehousing Program) – Must transfer from emergency shelter. 12-months of rental assistance along with case management and life skills workshops.

https://hdnbc.org/
972-276-0057
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