ARM has been providing long term residential treatment services for men and women for over 30 years. Clients attend recovery support groups and educational classes every day for 6 months. Our program is designed to change the quality of life for individuals who are serious about their recovery. We are a vendor of Dallas County which enables us to provide classes such as; Life Skills, Parenting, Anti-Theft, Marijuana classes and Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP).
CitySquare’s mission is to fight the causes and effects of poverty through service, advocacy, and friendship. With a comprehensive continuum of programs working together, CitySquare provides meaningful opportunities for those looking to change the trajectory of their lives. Working hand in hand with our neighbors, we provide services around our four pillars: Hunger, Health, Housing, and Hope.
The CitySquare Food Pantry, food recovery program and youth mobile meal programs for after school and summer remove barriers to accessing healthy food.
CitySquare health and wellness programs work in both a clinic setting and in our community and continuum of programs. We help our neighbors access primary care providers or additional resources to improve their health.
CitySquare is the largest nonprofit provider of affordable housing in the City of Dallas with permanent supportive housing, transitional housing and rapid rehousing units.
From workforce development, legal representation and services for youth aging out of foster care, we are focused on building hope in our community.
Last year over 58,000 neighbors and community members were impacted by CitySquare’s work. The key to our success is to continue to strategically integrate a range of financial, educational, employment, and income support services, in one place and deliver them through personalized, one-on-one coaching.
CitySquare is committed to equality, inclusiveness, and recognition that fighting poverty involves bringing together the entire community in the heart of our city.
Empowering the Masses is a nonprofit organization formed for the purpose of empowering underserved individuals. By providing life skills and educational training services. This will help each individual achieve long term financial independence and self-sufficiency in order to become productive in their families and community.
Faith in Texas is a nonpartisan, multi-racial, multi-faith grassroots movement of people united in values working together to achieve economic, racial, and social justice for all people.
We are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Unitarian Universalist, and believers in humanity. We are people of diverse races, faiths, socioeconomic backgrounds, and professions. We are your family, friends, neighbors, and community.
Faith in Texas engages people, communities, and voters through community organizing, civic engagement, and leadership development to create pathways of opportunity for all Texans to thrive. To affect change at the local and state levels, Faith in Texas aims to:
*Name the lies and false narratives that undergird injustice and threaten our collective power and liberation.
*Build broad coalitions across race, class, and faith that reflect the many stakeholders in our community to engage in strategic action to dismantle unjust systems
*Demand accountability and transparency from our public systems and elected officials.
*Develop a new generation of community leaders and elected officials to establish, protect, and promote community-centered issues, policies, and systems.
*Pursue and promote grassroots funding.
We do this through:
*Policy Campaigns and Integrated Voter Engagement
*Leadership Development and Faith Formation
*Deep Listening and Research
*Public Action and Civil Disobedience
*Storytelling and Strategic Communications
The Mission of The Golden S.E.E.D.S. Foundation, Inc. is to transform The Bottom neighborhood into a vibrant community, through Spirit-led acts of justice and mercy. We seek to accomplish this through the promotion of biblical values, social justice, and economic empowerment creating hope for the most vulnerable in our community. We seek to build and advance our neighborhood with the creation of educational opportunities, affordable single-family and senior housing, and other commercial amenities. We want to plant seeds of hope and create environments of unconditional love for those who lives have been overcome by the negative effects of homelessness, chemical dependency, and inadequate health and educational services. We envision a spiritual community of volunteers and workers who desire to serve with their hearts as well as their hands. We envision a community whose impact reaches far beyond our geographic boundaries and into the hearts and minds of people desiring a new life, with new opportunities.We serve children, youth, and families from the Oak Cliff Community known as the Bottom as well as other surrounding Southern Dallas communities through weekly food distribution, volunteer opportunities, bi-monthly fellowship services for Seniors, Homebuyers education, rental/utilities payment assistance, Angel Tree (Christmas gifts to children of incarcerated parents), NA/AA classes.
Harmony Food Pantry provides nutritious food to the community through our client-choice food pantry. We are open Mondays: 2pm-6pm, Tuesdays: 4pm-6:30pm and Thursdays: 10am-2pm. We are located at 6969 Pastor Bailey Drive, Suite 300, Dallas, TX 75237. The information line number is 214-467-6770.
Mission Oak Cliff commits to breaking the cycle of poverty in the Oak Cliff community. As an expression of Christ’s love, we improve food security, encourage meaningful relationships, & teach life skills. Mission Oak Cliff currently serves zip codes 75203, 75208, 75211, 75216, and 75224. Lunch for people experiencing homelessness is served from 12-1 PM, Monday – Thursday. The food pantry is distributing food from 1-3 PM, Monday – Friday. We ask that clients bring their IDs to receive services.
Positive Reflection Ministries assist struggling, disabled, elderly and low-income families with mandatory living needs by providing food, rent, utilities assistance, medication to meet emergency needs and support economic and social development by being a point of contact within the community.
Touch Ministry Faith Health is a ministry within Springs Fellowship Church.
This ministry promotes Health & Wellness within a community with very high health disparities and food deserts, as faith community caregivers we assess the need of a client and provide community resource information and support when needed, this team has received training from Texas Health Resources, Baylor Scott & White, and Parkland Hospital as Faith Community Caregivers.
Texas Health Resources, Baylor Scott & White, and Parkland Hospital provide free community health screenings and education events on our campus with the help of our ministry, this ministry also provides free blood pressure and diabetes checks.
THR has two Well Together Programs, one provides free mental health counseling with The Center for Integrative Counseling & Psychology, and the other is a Mental Health First Aid Training under The University of North Texas at Dallas. As the resource navigator and connector I assess the client’s needs and make referrals, and assist with setting up training classes.
We are also in partnership with Catholic Charities Dallas Mobile Food Pantry who we host on campus every 3rd Saturday, our information regarding this program is listed on the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty website under community food resources.
Our impact in our community has been raising awareness of high blood pressure & diabetes, lowering the stigma regarding mantel health, and providing healthy food.
The Texas Offenders Reentry Initiative (T.O.R.I.) is a 12-month, rehabilitative Reentry program founded by Bishop TD Jakes in 2005. This evidence based, comprehensive reentry program provides services to individuals with a criminal background in Dallas and Tarrant counties. Through the six core components of employment, education, healthcare, housing, spiritual guidance and family reunification, program participants create an individualized reentry plan that addresses the complete needs of the individual. Each participant attends rehabilitative classes designed to increase self-awareness, address the issues that led to criminal activity, and to provide tangible skills that the individual can use on his or her journey to reintegration into society as a productive and contributing citizen. T.O.R.I.’s mission is to guide and empower returning citizens to maximize their potential, increasing their opportunities for successful reintegration to become productive citizens of their communities. T.O.R.I. believes that through the strong support of peers, mentors, and staff, as well as access to partnered resources for active program participants, self-sufficiency and stability are possible. The T.O.R.I. program provides services to any individual with a criminal background over the age of 18, regardless of recency, residing in Dallas and Tarrant counties. For more information contact: 214-623-4286
We believe in transformation. Transforming the lives of children by transforming the traditional approach to education.
Mission & Vision
The King’s Academy partners with families in South Dallas, to provide children an exemplary Kingdom education by investing in the whole child: academically, spiritually, and emotionally. Our vision is to provide an exceptional spiritual, character and academic foundation so that the next generation is committed to biblical truth and equipped to fulfill God’s calling in their lives.
The King’s Academy Distinctives
• Biblical Integrated Curriculum
• Engaging Instructional Program
• Positive Emotional Development
• Individualized Attention/Small Classes
• Intentional Character Development
• Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Focus
The King’s Academy serves families and children in the 75215-zip code (and immediately surrounding areas). This inner-city school is home to many families living at or below the poverty line. The King’s Academy does not operate in a typical private school financial model. 95% of our operational support comes from donations. 5% or less comes from income-based tuition.
The King’s Academy offers South Dallas families an option when considering a path for their child’s education. This is the same educational option most affluent DFW communities have available as well.
The Men of Nehemiah is a Christian organization designed to rebuild the lives of men and families that have been torn apart by the vicious onslaught of poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, crime, and violence. We need your help to continue serving at the Men Of Nehemiah. Our men receive spiritual, clinical, military and all basic needs 24/7 for nine-months. We cannot do it without you. Please partner with us by giving to help us serve those most vulnerable!
Our mission is to transform and empower lives through hope, practice and partnership. We serve our community through our virtual check in team who make wellness calls on a weekly basis to people 50 and above, we connect them to resources such as food or financial services via sources listed on our site. We also reach parents with virtual parent Cafés and financial education courses.
Founded in 2002, The Well Community is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. While it started as a simple, church outreach to a handful of people, The Well has grown into a flourishing, significant ministry among adults dealing with serious mental illnesses. The Well Community provides a place to belong for those who struggle with mental illnesses and are thirsty for acceptance, support and meaningful relationships. The Well offers hope and healing through best-practice interventions, friendships and the power of faith. The Well’s philosophy of care, relational interventions and holistic rehabilitation combine to make a significant impact upon those we are called to serve.