Fort Worth Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy
Welcome to our Fort Worth, Texas Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Fort Worth, TX and surrounding cities.
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We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-332-6410 Transitional & Permanent Temporary & Long Term hosuing for persons w/ HIV/AIDS. Samaritan House provides permanent housing in 60 single-occupancy on-site units. Through our Genesis Program, we provid See more details
Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 339-2553 UGM-TC provides emergency services for the homeless living in Tarrant County. We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner every day for those in need. In addition, overnight shelter for men is available.
Fort Worth, TX 817-810-9797 Provides assistance with ID Scan cars, laundry, showers, phone, internet, mail and specific client services and referrals. Hours Mon - Saturday 7:30am to 4:30pm (closed 12 - 1pm), Sunday: 12:30pm - 4: See more details
Ft. Worth, TX 76105 2.88 miles from city center Fort Worth
817-534-0814 Emergency shelter and diagnostic facility for children between ages 0 and 13 who have been removed from their homes by Child Protective Services due to an experience of abuse and/or neglect by their c See more details
Fort Worth, TX 76111 (817) 632-6000 Cornerstone Assistance Network was founded in 1992 to address the growing needs of individuals and families struggling under the burden of poverty in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
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Fort Worth, TX 76101 817-586-4471 Transitional Housing for the homeless population. We provide for men, women, and minor children. There's financial responsibility and obligation that may be off-set or in some cases eliminated through our work program.
Arlington, TX 76004 13.34 miles from city center Fort Worth
877-701-7233 Transitional Housing for Victims of Domestic Violence. SafeHaven operates the only domestic violence shelters in Tarrant County.
SafeHaven operates two emergency shelters that have a 174 bed capacity and provides 24-hour care to families fleeing life-threatening situations. The shelter See more details
Grand Prairie, TX 75050 19.08 miles from city center Fort Worth
(972) 642-7744 Our mission is to reduce homelessness among families of school children in crisis who are enrolled in the Grand Prairie School District by providing emergency assistance, temporary shelter, and life skills training for their parents. See more details
Azle, TX 76020 21.13 miles from city center Fort Worth
940-577-1954 The Brother to Brother program provides for all the basic needs of a homeless man (from 15 - 70), food, clothing, and shelter. But more importantly assists the individual in finding his true purpose and gifts to bring to the world by Spiritual development then job training and search. The courses t See more details
Irving, TX 75061 22.62 miles from city center Fort Worth
(972) 254-4003 Brighter Tomorrows provides free emergency shelter for victims of domestic and sexual violence at 2 locations. Each location provides 35 beds in a safe, supportive environment. Our shelters are staffed 24 hours a day, year round. The shelters are fenced and equipped with security cameras.
Cedar Hill, TX 75106 25.35 miles from city center Fort Worth
469.272.4441 We offer short term housing and supportive services to homeless pregnant women and women with children in crisis. Our goal is to empower and equip women and families to start taking steps to lifetime change. See more details
Springtown, TX 76082 25.68 miles from city center Fort Worth
817-523-0222 Shelter had to close end of 2013:
Liberty Lighthouse, Inc. offers shelter to women of all ages and those with children whose lives have been devastated by circumstances causing homelessness through abuse, abandonment, poverty or any life altering situation. While in the shelter, residents par See more details