Address:2929 Hickory StDallas, TX 75226Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away )
Services: Provides emergency shelter for men 45 years and older, women 18 and over. "Step-Up" rehabilitation program with counseling services, medical and psychiatric services available for residents. Intake is on a lottery system. Intake for women is at 11:00 am and intake for men is at 2:00 pm.
Hours: Mon - Sun 9:00 Am - 5:00 Pm
Eligibility: Each Client May Bring A Maximum Of Two Bags, Each Weighing No More Then 25 Pounds.
Documents To Bring: Must be experiencing homelessness. Nightly availability is determined on a lottery system. Austin Street Center is an emergency, overnight shelter for men and women experiencing homelessness.
Address:4636 Ross AveDallas, TX 75204Map & Directions
Services: Provides safe, sober transitional housing for men and women.
Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 Am - 5:00 Pm
Eligibility: Men And Women Who Want To Live A Sober Life Away From Drugs And Alcohol
Documents To Bring: Call for information
Address:6027Dallas, TX 75247Map & Directions
Services: Provides shelter that serves adult homeless men age 18 and older, offering meals, bed, clothing, showers, health clinic, and daily chapel service to as many as 335 homeless men.Clients are bused to UGM Calvert Place from The Bridge (the city’s homeless service provider) during the late afternoon and bused back in the morning.The men’s facility has secure lockers, where clients are allowed to store some of their possessions. When a client goes through intake, he is assigned a particular bed. That same bed is his for as long as he stays at the shelter.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:30 A.m. – 12:00 Pm , 1:00 Pm – 4:00 P.m. ;
Saturday - Sunday And Holidays From 10:00 A.m. To 2:00 P.m.
Eligibility: Men Needing Help
Documents To Bring: Any government or state issued identification containing photo and name, plus social security card or facsimile. (One week grace period for no id.)
Address:325 W Division StArlington, TX 76011Map & Directions
Services: Provides shelter, meals and rehabilitative services for homeless men, women and children. Program emphasis is assisting clients towards self-sufficiency through case management services, structured employment programs and mandatory classes four days per week focusing on life and job skills. Also offered are self-help groups (AA/NA) and educational groups, substance abuse assessments, mental health referrals, employment preparation including job training, searching and coaching.
Hours: Mon - Sun 3:30 Pm - 8:00 Am (shelter); Mon - Fri 9:00 Am - 5:00 Pm (administrative Office)
Eligibility: Homeless Men, Women And Children - All Adults Must Be Able And Willing To Seek Employment; Persons With A Felony Conviction Of A Crime Against Another Person In The Past 5 Years Or A Felony Conviction Of A Crime Against A Child At Any Time Are Not Eligible
Documents To Bring: Must have state or government issued picture identification for criminal background check
Address:1710 N McDonald StMckinney, TX 75071Map & Directions
Services: Provides a shelter for families and individuals in Collin County. Offers 24 hour shelter, three meals, referrals to community support services and other educational programs which treat the causes of homelessness. Other services include Homeless Prevention and supported transitional living. FEMA recipient.
Hours: 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week
Eligibility: Will Be Discussed At Intake Appointment
Documents To Bring: Must have valid government issued ID, be able to pass a drug and background check
Address:1855 E Lancaster AveFort Worth, TX 76103Map & Directions
Services: Operates an emergency shelter, open 365 days a year to provide a safe, clean refuge for single women and families with minor children to sleep. Services include meals, sleeping accommodations and shower facilities.
Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 Am - 4:30 Pm (office); Client Check-in 8:00 Pm; In Inclement Weather, Check-in May Be Earlier; Daily Wake Up 6:00 Am; Must Leave In Morning After Breakfast; Hot Lunch Available 12:30 Pm-1:00 Pm Daily
Eligibility: Families (with Minor Children) And Single Women; No Single Men Allowed
Address:1424 Summit AveFort Worth, TX 76102Map & Directions
Services: Offers homeless and runaway youth, ages 10-17, emergency housing and care while ACH works to reunite them with their families, or find safe and meaningful alternative living arrangements. Provides outreach, education and case management services for homeless youth, age 17 and under.
Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 Am - 5:00 Pm (office); 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week (shelter)
Eligibility: Call For Information
Address:2400 Cypress StFort Worth, TX 76102Map & Directions
Services: Provides overnight shelter in a dorm-like setting for single men and women experiencing homelessness. Separate facilities for women and children.
Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 Am - 5:00 Pm (office); 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week (emergency Intake And Referral)
Eligibility: No Current Suspension Of Services, No Weapons Or Drugs, Must Submit To Search And Entry, Must Be Able To Provide Self-care
Documents To Bring: Scan card required; however, it is not required initially. Scan cards are issued in day shelter located across street from the main emergency shelter.
Address:4090 S Houston StKaufman, TX 75142Map & Directions
Services: The A.Fern Norville Shelter Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for children and young adults who are displaced from their families, or who are involved in the foster care system due to abuse, neglect or abandonment. Through fund raising events, corporate and community donations and bequests, the Foundation provides support for program development aimed at improving education and like skills training for involved youth, special events activities, community education and awareness programs and any other financial needs that are forthcoming. The A. Fern Norville Shelter Foundation was established in the beginning to create a Center that would provide a home- like environment for displaced children and young victims of abuse. The purpose of the Shelter, then and now, is not to be a permanent solution to the child's dilemma, but a safe place to shelter them and nurture them until the proper agency can find a solution to their unique problem.
Hours: 24 Hours A Day/ 7 Days A Week
Eligibility: Ages 0-17. Must Be Displaced By An Agency Or Cps.
Documents To Bring: Authorized place paper work and medical records
Address:1508 E McKinney StDenton, TX 76209Map & Directions
Services: Provides a food pantry, holiday assistance, cooling station, life skills classes, men's and women's shelter, DAA meetings and serves dinner to the community.
Hours: Mon - Fri 1:00 Pm - 4:00 Pm; Food Pantry Wed And Fri 1:00 Pm - 3:45 Pm; Shelter Daily 5:00 Pm - 7:00 Am; Dinner Daily 6:30 Pm
Eligibility: Denton County Residents
Documents To Bring: Photo ID, cal for more information