Services of Hope-(KC)

Services of Hope-(KC) http://www.servicesofhope.org Address: 6540 Victoria Ave.Dallas, TX 75209 2143586508 Education Program for at-risk youth while promoting positive parental...

Trinity River Mission

Mission Statement: Trinity River Mission is a volunteer-based community learning center that promotes literacy, encourages academic success and develops effective life skills among disadvantaged youth in West Dallas, in the belief that education connects us to life’s possibilities.

Youth Believing in Change

Our Mission: Developing servant-leaders through spiritual, educational and entrepreneurial training.

Our Vision: To inspire, equip, train and empower youth to become servant-leaders and/or entrepreneurs.

Our Passion: To nurture the “Divine Spark” in children and youth.

Objectives: To spiritually nurture children by teaching them biblical principles and virtues basic to all faiths and cultures.
To elevate the reading, writing and comprehension level of children.
To give children the opportunity to express their creativity through inter- and intra-personal communication.
To affirm children as significant members of society by encouraging them to perform community service
To develop and implement educational and vocational programs that will give youth entry-level marketable skills by age 18.
To match youth with mentors who will encourage them to set and pursue their goals.
To establish a nurturing and learning net for children and youth that consists of individuals whose desires are to give them opportunities to excel.

St. Philip’s School and Community Center

St. Philip’s School and Community Center http://www.stphilips1600.org Address: 1600 Pennsylvania AveDallas, TX 75215 2144215221 Education College preparatory education; Family services and resource...

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.

Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas

The Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas opened in 1971 as a result of several years of collaboration among American Indian community leaders and with voluntary, part-time medical providers. Since the late 1970s, funding from Indian Health Service, a branch of the US Department of Health & Human Services, along with other subsequent funding streams, has enabled the Center to expand its services to include dental, pharmacy, job training, employment, education, mental health and substance abuse counseling, emergency assistance services, a food pantry, and HIV outreach/education.

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.

Wesley-Rankin Community Center

Building a stronger West Dallas community through education and caring relationships.
Wesley-Rankin serves the diverse West Dallas community where individuals, families, and children encounter the realities of poverty, crime and despair. West Dallas is also where they encounter a caring, supportive community striving to face challenges with hope and grace.

Wesley-Rankin Community Center has supported this community for over 75 years providing a wide variety of programs for children, youth, adults, and families.

Wesley-Rankin depends on individuals like you to respond to the profound need of this historic community. We invite you to join us to create a promising future for the children and families of West Dallas.

Brother Bill’s Helping Hand

Faith-based nonprofit which provides education, health, and essentials of life programs. Only serve the 75212 zip code. Photo ID and something with name and address required.

Services Offered:
– English class
– Women’s Bible Study
– Grocery Store: FREE groceries on Wednesday and Thursday mornings
– Community Clinic
– Other short term or once-a-year programs (see website for current activities)

Hours:
Monday – Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Walkins welcome. Then would be given an appointment for Food Pantry and Medical Clinic.

Wilkinson Center – Adult Education, Eastfield College

Wilkinson Center is a leading poverty rescue and prevention agency for the working poor, serving over 14,000 people annually, mainly in East and Southeast Dallas. Wilkinson Center offers hope, inspiration, and the basic necessities and tools to empower its clients to become self-sufficient and improve their lives.