Resources for Children and Families
Offers parent-child education, ESL and GED classes.
Offers ESL classes and literacy programs for adults and an early childhood program.
Helps to grow the reading skills of children grades 3-12.
Offers programs and therapeutic services for children and their families.
Provides free wifi, homework help, a teen center, an Atmos Energy/TAMUC Literacy Center, and much more to residents of Dallas County.
A baseball facility that offers baseball and softball leagues to North Texas residents.
This recreation center also has a computer lab and fitness center in addition to its programming.
Offers bilingual behavioral health services to children, youth and adults.
Offers a variety of services for education, housing, finances, legal support, and food assistance.
Provides preschool education to low income families at 5 locations across Dallas.
Offers year-round programs to children ages 4-18 years old.
Offers individualized early reading intervention to students.
The YMCA offers a variety of sports leagues and Youth in Government opportunities to children and youth in West Dallas.
Anita Martinez offers a variety of recreational programming.
Provides accesible psychological and therapeutic services.
Offers free childcare services to qualifying families as well as early children education.
Provides affordable childcare options to families in West Dallas.
Offers mentorship and sports programming to students in grades 4-12.
Offer programs in college and workplace readiness for youth.
Provides free resources to prevent domestic violence and fully supports adults and children who have experienced violence.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas enables all young people to reach their full potential. Programming in three core areas meets the diverse needs and interests of our Club members.
Provides resources for adoption, foster care, and family homes throughout the DFW area.
Provides recreation facilities and programming for the community. Located near Singleton and North Hampton.
Offers mental health services to adult regardless of their ability to pay.
Resources for Household Needs
Provides food, healthcare, and educational programming.
LBU Community Clinic proudly provides top-notch, comprehensive healthcare services to all people regardless of race, ethnicity, place of residence or even the ability to pay.
Offers assistance to qualifying families to help pay for gas and electric bills.
Provides housing solutions for North Texas residents.
Provides affordable housing and educational and support services for families and home buyers.
Fresh fruits and vegetables sold at affordable prices at multiple locations across Dallas.
Works to create nutritionally stable communities by offering food distributions, pantry, and summer food programs.
This network provides pet care resources to pet owners like spay and neutering, vaccinations, medical care, food, etc.
Offers affordable housing opportunities, home repair, educational programs, and neighborhood initiatives.
Offers programs to empower Latino families to improve educational and health opportunities.
Offers a variety of food assistance programs to families and individuals in North Texas.
The purpose of the program is to reduce household energy usage, address health and safety needs, and to offer minor home repairs through the installation of approved weatherization materials.
Resources for Senior Adults
Helps to coordinate and navigate a variety of services for Seniors Adults in the Dallas area.
Offers free legal advice to adults over 60 years or those who receive Medicare.
Helps senior adults and adults with disabilities identify what aid programs they qualify for.
Installs ramps in homes of people with disabilities or mobility limitations.