Cornerstone Assistance Network - Fort Worth, TX

Contact information

3500 Noble Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111
: Phone: (817) 632-6000
: Fax: (817) 632-6001

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Description: Housing Solutions & Development

Cornerstone has been helping men, women, and families find stability in their lives by meeting their housing needs since 1994. Eliminating housing barriers allows all people the opportunity to move forward and become more stable and productive members of our community. Our housing efforts focus on the individual who may be facing challenges with housing solutions. Our goal is to move individuals from insecurity in housing to a variety of permanent solutions including home ownership. Our goal is not to transition those in need into a living space, but to work with them toward their long term goals for life and housing desires. Over 25 properties have been made available since 2014 for affordable ownership. Many of them are now owned by individuals and families who once saw homeownership as an unreachable dream.

Our current housing division includes three distinct avenues to sustained living. For men, the New Life Center in the up-and-coming Fairmount Historic District offers housing for men who have faced homelessness. Women who are being released from incarceration can become part of the Promise House, a place that provides safe shelter while working toward building a new life based upon Christian principles. We work to provide affordable homes to individuals and families who are ready and willing to achieve this goal.

New Life Center

New Life Center is a home where men who have faced homelessness can focus on education and meeting their long-term career goals. During their residence, each man is provided supportive services such as case management, mentoring, and spiritual, physical, emotional, and financial guidance. Despite where these men may come from, their future possibilities are limitless. Residents graduate from college every year, including one resident who graduated as Valedictorian from TCU.

Those interested in being a resident may complete the application and interview process in person, Monday mornings at 9:30 am. No appointment is necessary. Applicants must be currently homeless and drug- and alcohol-free.

1628 Sixth Ave. Fort Worth, Texas 76104

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