QuestCare Clinic is designed to provide comprehensive care in a new way that combines urgent care with a nonprofit. Our heart and mission is to provide quality urgent care services to those who do not have the insurance coverage to receive it elsewhere. We hope to model Christ by meeting both the physical and the spiritual needs of the area. QuestCare Clinic serves as a starting point of a partnership dedicated to the transformation of this community.
Our mission is to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the community we serve in conjunction with partners from the public, private and faith-based sectors.
We provide emergent and acute medical care to adults and children. This includes on site x-ray, preventative health exams, health screenings, health education, referrals, coordination of low cost prescription medications all provided by a staff of volunteer licensed Health Care Professionals.
Dedicated to the health and well-being of individuals and communities entrusted to our care.
By our actions, we will define the standards of excellence for public academic health system.
The Baylor Scott & White Health Mission
Baylor Scott & White Health exists to serve all people by providing personalized health and wellness through exemplary care, education and research as a Christian ministry of healing.
The Baylor Scott & White Health Vision
To be the most trusted name in giving and receiving safe, quality, compassionate health care.
Baylor Scott & White Health Values
We expect every employee to uphold our values: integrity, servanthood, teamwork, excellence, innovation and stewardship.
• Integrity: Living up to high ethical standards and showing respect for others
• Servanthood: Serving with an attitude of unselfish concern
• Teamwork: Valuing each other while encouraging individual contribution and accountability
• Excellence: Delivering high quality while striving for continuous improvement
• Innovation: Discovering new concepts and opportunities to advance our mission
• Stewardship: Managing resources entrusted to us in a responsible manner
-Housing 214-341-7800. Not a temporary or emergency shelter. Supported by U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants, Destination Home provides support services to 133 chronically homeless, disabled individuals, and veterans of U.S. military service. Each neighbor participating in Destination Home works closely with a Case Manager to transition out of homelessness and into self-sufficiency.
-Legal Aid 214-827-1000. The Legal Action Works (LAW) Center provides legal services to low-income families who could not otherwise afford legal representation to handle family crises.
-Food *Please see CitySquare Food Pantry
-Health *Please see CitySquare Community Clinic
“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 vision of AIN is to offer HOPE and to HELP create a world without HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Interfaith Network is a multicultural, non-profit, faith-based HIV/AIDS organization that provides direct care services to meet practical, emotional and spiritual needs and prevention programs for individuals, groups and communities.
Our Core Values:
Service, Respect, Inclusion, Collaboration, and Compassion. More About AIN’s Core Values
Clients We Serve:
We serve clients regardless of their age, gender, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation, disability, or mode of transmission of HIV.
We do not promote any particular religion nor do clients have to embrace any form of religious practice in order to receive services from us.
About the Center:
The year was 1983. “The Cosby Show” was on the television, “Return of the Jedi” played at the movie theaters and Michael Jackson’s album “Thriller” dominated the radio. That was also the year when the Resource Center Dallas got its start.
The Center’s parent organization –- the Dallas Gay Political Caucus, later known as the Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance –- incorporated what was then called the Foundation for Human Understanding in June 1983. It was established with a focus on education and service, and a goal of achieving equality, recognition and equal rights for gays and lesbians in north Texas.
As HIV and AIDS arrived in North Texas, the Foundation mobilized to deal with the pandemic. In 1985, it established the AIDS Resource Center as a source for community awareness and prevention education, legal services, a food pantry, clothing, household goods and emergency funding.
Three years later in 1988, the Center established the Nelson-Tebedo Clinic for treatment, clinical drug trials and HIV testing. Today, the renamed Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic also offers HIV dental, STD prevention and testing, medical case management, insurance assistance, prevention and transgender health services. Nutritional services are available through a food pantry on Denton Drive Cut Off as well as hot lunches at the Community Center.
After a fire damaged most of the Center’s facilities in 1989, the search was on to find a larger home. The Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic and Food Pantry remained on Cedar Springs Road, while the rest of the organization moved into the former Metropolitan Community Church site on Reagan Street. It was renamed the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center.
To recognize the history of and the struggle for GLBT rights in Dallas, the Phil Johnson Historic Archives and Research Library was established at the Community Center in 1994. The Library also operates a 24-hour recorded information helpline, which first started in 1985.
In 1998, the Foundation for Human Understanding changed its name to Resource Center of Dallas, and in 2009 became Resource Center Dallas. It operates the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center, named after the founding executive director, and the Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic. Through its health and medical services, the Center is a leader in HIV/AIDS education, prevention and services, and provides a full spectrum of STD prevention education, screenings and treatments.
More than 1,100 volunteers and a paid staff of 46 make Resource Center Dallas one of the largest centers of its kind in the United States. More than 50,000 people each year use the Center through its programs and services. From its roots as an advocacy group for civil rights regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, the Center continues its dual mission: to develop programs and offer services for the GLBT community, as well as individuals and families affected by HIV and AIDS.
Resource Center Dallas is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible.
Resource Center Dallas operates:
John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center
Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic
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.
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.
– 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)
Monday – Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Walkins welcome. Then would be given an appointment for Food Pantry and Medical Clinic.
Homeless Mobile Medical Mental-Veteran Intervention Unit.
The mission of the Agape Clinic is to improve the health of medically under served people by providing quality community health services.
The Agape Clinic provides primary medical services including acute care for illness as well as care for chronic medical conditions. Chronic health problems treated at Agape include asthma/ allergies, hypertension, diabetes both type I and II, and mental health conditions.
The following specialties are also available by referral from our primary care physicians and nurse practitioners: ophthalmology, orthopedics, neurology, and counseling services.
The Clinic provides well woman exams as well as care for infections and a variety of other women’s health issues. Our Women’s Health Program is funded by the Women of St. Michael’s, Church of the Incarnation, Dorothy and Russell Budd Family Foundation, and the Communities Foundation of Texas.
Church Services are held on Sundays at 8:00am and 11:00am. Sunday School is at 9:30am.
Other services include shower facility, clothes closet, and transitional housing for those exiting the prison system.
New kitchen opening soon!