As a ministry of Denton Bible Church, our goal is to create and establish meaningful relationships with those that are under-resourced within our community. We seek to build bridges to both a loving God and a community of support that is committed to meeting their physical and spiritual needs. At the end of the day, we recognize that we all suffer from the brokenness of our world — no matter our economic status, race, health, or age — and the message of Jesus Christ’ life, death, and resurrection is the hope that we have to offer. We believe that poverty is rooted in broken relationships and because of that our solutions must be rooted in the power of Jesus’ death and resurrection to put all things into right relationships again. Our message to our clients (and volunteers…and anyone who will listen) is “I’m broken, you’re broken, but Jesus can fix us both.”
“We exist to provide a place of restoration and healing for domestic victims of human trafficking and/or sexual exploitations. Our work revolves around three tenants: awareness, prevention and restoration.”
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.
1. Meal Service: breakfast, lunch, and dinner
2. Dental and Medicare Care
3. Casework Assistance
4. Identification Documentation
5. Children and youth programs