2302 Winthrop Drive, Dallas 75228

Residential Treatment Program for 18+. Separate men and women house. 6-12 month faith-based program. Servicees: support groups, life skills, employment preparation classes. Rules: $80/wk due each Friday, No drugs, alcohol, firearms, or illegal activity, curfew 11:00 PM weekdays & 12:00 AM weekends, must show proof of active job search, work requirement, chore assigned, weekly meeting, therapy group, aftercare, no smoking inside
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
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7912 Antoinette Dallas, TX 75217

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.
2920 Forest Lane Dallas TX 75234

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.

2209 South Main Ft. Worth, TX 76110

Programs: Detox, Short & Long-Term Inpatient Treatment, Adult Outpatient, Adolescent Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment, Sober Living Program 18-24 months. Exclusions: violent or sexual offenses
4000 East Side Ave. Dallas, TX 75226

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.

1819 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Dallas, TX 75215

Halfway house for male ex-offenders. Mentorship
1100 Cadiz St. Dallas, TX 75215

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

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5300 University Hills Blvd, Dallas 75241

Offers detox and residential treatment for alcohol and drug dependency. Intakes Mon – Fri. 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Men’s Residential Program – 30-bed unit. Women’s Residential Program-16-bed unit. Crisis Residential Unit – short-term alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. Statewide HIV Program – 60-day treatment program for positive men and women seeking substance abuse treatment. Specialized Female Intensive Residential – pregnant women or women with children, coordination with DFPS. Outpatient Services. Recovery Support Services. Trinity Center El Paso – comprehensive residential program. Drug Offender Education
4210 Junius St. Dallas, TX 74246

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.

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