Restored Hope – Safe House

Restore women and their children to normal lives who have been affected by the adverse conditions of life that include sex trafficking, slavery, abuse, poverty and interaction with the Criminal Justice System.
We are a safehouse for victims of sex trafficking including escorts, dancers, prostitutes, sexually abused and domestic violence victims.

The Miracle House Foundation

Our Mission at the Miracle House Foundation
To end homelessness for women with substance abuse disorders by providing transitional recovery residences with a structured, stable, sober, and empowering environment.

We are here to support our residents in establishing, practicing and maintaining a recovery oriented lifestyle.

The Miracle House Foundation is a 501(c) 3 organization and was founded in 2008 by Dawn Granger. We believe in the 12-Step process of recovery. Our specialized recovery program meets the specific needs of each individual.

Our focus is not only on helping our women maintain and strengthen their recovery, but also in becoming productive members of a community.

Our graduates leave The Miracle House Foundation with a strong foundation in the recovery community and a clear understanding of the skills that are needed to live productive lives.

Main Street Church of Christ

Main Street Church of Christ says: Grace be unto you, and peace, from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ.
You too can become a missionary to the poor. The Main Street Church of Christ invites you to come and worship God, through our Lord Jesus Christ at our 11am worship.
A truly integrated inner-city Church of Christ.  This is where Blacks, Whites and Hispanics come together to celebrate the Lord’s Supper, to preach from His Holy Word, to beseech Him in prayer, sing praises to His name and give of our blessing to the poor of the inner city. 
We are just that faithful remnant, neither Protestants, nor Catholics,  nor Jews but just plain old vanilla Bible believing Christians.  Main Street has been preaching the gospel and serving the community for over a hundred years at this location in Dallas.  (from their website)

Vision House – Vision House

At Vision House our  mission is to provide transitional housing for women who have been impacted by drugs and alcohol abuse and the illicit sex industry. Women who realize they need help transitioning back into the mainstream of society.

Our mission is to assist them as they develop in their recovery while they learn to become responsible individuals; allowing them an opportunity to develop positive visions for themselves and to live life on life’s terms.

Simply Grace Recovery House

SIMPLY GRACE is a recovery residence providing a safe, supportive and structured living environment and is designed for people that have completed an inpatient alcohol and drug treatment or are attending an outpatient treatment program. Simply Grace is 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible.

Calvary Commission

Calvary Commission is a Christ-centered organization with special emphasis in the areas of prison ministry, discipleship, ministry training and missions work both foreign and domestic.

Services Provided:
-Aftercare
-Discipleship program – need a referral
-Provide dinner once a week at their Dinner of Hope on Wednesday nights.

The Men of Nehemiah

The Men of Nehemiah (MON) serves homeless and incarcerated men with addictive disorders by providing:
• Residential accommodations
• Substance abuse treatment through individual, group, and family counseling
• Life-skills and job placement training
• Case management
• An array of other recovery support services

Teen/Life Challenge of Dallas, Inc. – Lakeview Camp and Conference Center

Men over 21 are housed in Maypearl, Texas at the Lakeview Camp and Conference Center of the Assemblies of God. This top-tier facility provides comfortable housing as well as nutritional meals. Physical fitness is elevated through a state-of-the-art fitness and exercise center.

Our work project element involves the maintenance of the campground facilities as well as providing labor assistance for new construction projects. A hands on training approach helps to qualify the student for employment opportunities upon program completion.

Our program separates men aged 17-20 years from the older students. These younger men enjoy the serene setting of our East Texas ranch facility located in Winnsboro, Texas.

At this facility, we focus on all aspects of the TeenLife Challenge program and offer additional help in earning a GED diploma while in the program.

Teen Challenge programs are some of the most affordable in the country. Costs are constantly changing in this economy. You may apply for assistance by contacting our offices.

Our current costs are:
• $250.00 Processing Fee
• $175.00 Monthly Fee

The Process:

Step 1: Getting Started
Right now is a great time to get started on your road to recovery! Pick up the phone and call us at 214-824-6181 to schedule an interview. You can order a packet for “Processing and Application” that will help us with your personal information.

Step 2: The Application
Complete the application in its entirety. Should you have need for clarification on any part of the application, just call our office. Once again, a complete application is a must!

Step 3: The Physical Examination
We require a complete physical examination by a doctor at your expense. The minimum level is a “sports physical” that is commonly used for local athletic programs. They are inexpensive and available through many physicians.

Step 4: The Blood Test
A blood test and screening is required and may be obtained from the source of your choice.

Step 5: The Interview
After all of the above documentation is available, you should schedule an Intake Interview with our office to expedite processing of your application.

Volunteers of America

Mission Statement:
Volunteers of America Texas is a faith-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the vulnerable reach their full potential.

Vision:
• To engender a commitment to our mission through our visionary, proactive, accountable and responsible leadership for those we serve
• To be viewed as the premier, highest quality human services provider in the communities we serve
• To continue to develop and implement the most innovative and high quality programs and services that improve the emotional, spiritual and physical quality of life for those we serve as well as our entire organization
• That those served by Volunteers of America Texas will in turn serve others
• To engage the broader communities we serve in using their time, talents and resources to join us in our ministry of service
• To play a key role in the restoration of the social conscience in the fabric of society

State wide agency.

Reconciliation Outreach

Christian-based mission program for homeless men, women and children who have been involved in substance abuse or domestic violence. Programs include a residential facility for men; The Refuge: a home for abused women and children; After school programs and summer camp for inner city youth. Day care center.

Soul’s Harbor, Inc.

Soul’s Harbor is a 501(c)3 member organization composed of a varied membership of stakeholders committed to “…helping men help themselves, and breaking the cycle of homelessness…”.  Soul’s Harbor is more than a shelter.

 Soul’s Harbor offers the men of our shelter a six month program that provides the basic tools that will help facilitate their reintegration back into society,  if they actively participate in our program and utilize the tools that Soul’s Harbor provides.

We have Work Therapy, Relapse Prevention, Overcomers (faith based 12 step), Life Skills, N.A. and A.A., Anger Management, Bible Study and a prayer every morning to start our day. If a man utilizes the tools that have been provided him within these six months, he should leave Soul’s Harbor with a job and a place to live.

The Magdalen House

The Magdalen House is a free, non-medical detox center that offers women a safe environment where they can withdraw from alcohol abuse. It is the only facility of its kind in the Dallas area that provides this much needed service for women who have a drinking problem. The Magdalen House is a non-profit organization, which is supported by individuals who are in recovery and by generous donations from public and private sector organizations.

We assist all women with drinking problems regardless of their physical disabilities, religious affiliations or ethnic backgrounds. We accept residents on a “first come, first served” basis. The primary addiction must be alcohol.

Potential applicants may call the House Supervisor between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. at 214-324-9261

The House has 12 beds for residents, who are accepted on a first-come-first-served basis for a 14-day stay. During this time, they are introduced to the tools of recovery through exposure to a 12-step program. Several recovery groups in Dallas and the surrounding cities bring 12-step meetings and Big Book studies to The Magdalen House daily.