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The Arc of Dallas (Member)

Strive to improve the quality of life for individuals with mental retardation and developmental conditions. Information and Referral. Education services, Adventure Camp, Self help and advocacy

12700 Hillcrest Rd, , STE 200
Dallas, TX 75230

Phone: (214) 634-9810
Hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm M-F

Services Offered: Advocacy, Camps, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Information and Referral, Interpretation/Translation, Personal Enrichment, Public Awareness/Education

Achievement Center of Texas

Bi Lingual Daycare/day habilitation, (life skills training) for children and young adults with special needs including education assistance an community inclusion

2950 North Shiloh Road
Garland, TX 75044

Phone: (972) 414-7700
Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:00AM - 6:00PM

Services Offered: Camps, Community Action/Social Advocacy Groups, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs

American Lung Association of the Plains-Gulf Region

Smoking cessation. Better Breathing clubs, Asthma camp. Lung health and smoking prevention, education and information

8150 Brookriver, Suite 102
Dallas, TX 75247

Phone: (214) 631-5864
Toll Free: (214) 631-5864
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm M - F

Services Offered: Camps, Health Education, Health Related Support Groups, Information and Referral, Public Awareness/Education

Camp Fire USA Lone Star Council

Access: Bilingual, DART. How to Apply: Contact office. Services: Provides youth development programs to boys and girls, ages 5-21, that empower them to become caring, confident youth and future leaders. Small group activities for children and families teach skills in daily living, decision making and community service. Offers school-age child care and drop in centers, outdoor programs, and employment training for young adults. Programs help children learn safety and crime prevention skills, to develop good citizenship and to resist negative peer pressure. Scholarships available.

4411 Skillman Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206

Phone: 214-824-1122
Hours: 9am-5:30pm M-F

Services Offered: Camps, Child Care Providers, Parent/Child Activity Groups, Youth Development

1227 Straus Rd
Cedar Hill, TX 75104

Phone: 972-291-4041

Services Offered: Camps

Camp Summit, Inc.

Access: Sign language interpreters. How to Apply: Call, write, or come to office. Services: Camp for physically challenged, developmentally delayed, dual sensory impaired (deaf and blind) and multi-disabled persons, ages 6-adult. Ten summer sessions are offered with weekend camping available other months. Activities are the same as those found at any camp: swimming; horseback riding; nature study; ropes course and weekend rentals.

17210 Campbell Rd, Suite 180-W
Dallas, TX 75252

Phone: 24HR 972-484-8900
Hours: 9am-5pm M-F

Services Offered: Camps

Location: Camp Summit

921 Copper Canyon Rd.
Argyle, TX 76226

Phone: METRO (940) 241-2809

Services Offered: Camps

Central Dallas Ministries

Access: Bilingual and DART. How to Apply: Call, write or walk in for appointment. Services: Emergency food assistance. Medical/Dental and legal assistance. Adult remedial education. Job-readiness training. In-school technology training. In-school reading tutoring. Serves East Dallas and South Dallas No financial assistance given.

Location: Childrne's Education - South and East Dallas

2402 Keeler St.
Dallas, TX 75215

Phone: (214) 426-3404

Services Offered: Camps, Tutoring Services, Youth Development


Serving 67 North Texas counties, advocates for the needs and rights of people with epilepsy. Offers community education through audio-visual programs and speakers bureau. Provides counseling, information and referral, literature and social services for children, teens and adults with epilepsy, as well as their families. Employment assistance offered through job readiness, development and placement. Sponsors recreational activities, summer camp for children, retreats and support group meetings. Social service workers participate in epilepsy clinics at local hospitals.

7777 Forest Lane, Suite B-116
Dallas, TX 75320

Phone: (888) 548-9716
Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm, M-F.

Services Offered: Advocacy, Camps, Employment Preparation, Epilepsy, Health Education, Information and Referral, Job Finding Assistance

Location: Branch Offices

700 Olympic Plaza Cir, #904
Tyler , TX 75701-1955

Phone: (903) 535-6297

Services Offered: Advocacy, Camps, Employment Preparation, Epilepsy, Health Education, Information and Referral, Job Finding Assistance

Location: Branch Offices

1035 Military Pkwy
Mesquite, TX 75149

Phone: (972) 285-8836

Services Offered: Advocacy, Camps, Employment Preparation, Epilepsy, Health Education, Information and Referral, Job Finding Assistance

Gosling Care Ministry

Provides a food pantry for zip codes: 75203, 75208, 75211, 75216, 75224, Clothes closet for zip codes: 75203, 75211; Special programs provided please call for more information

125 Sunset Ave
Dallas, TX 75208

Phone: (214)942-6407
Hours: 1:00pm-4:00pm, M-F.

Services Offered: Adult Education, Camps, Child Care Providers, Emergency Food, Literacy Programs, Personal Goods/Services


Services: The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas is the central coordinating agency for the Dallas Jewish community. It acts as the umbrell~lorganization through which the community's fundraising, community plapi}lhg, leadership development, community relations, allocations and commuqit:ations are met. The Federation supports three constituent agencies: Jewish Family Service, Jewish Community Center of Dallas and the Legacy Senior COlmuunities, Inc., as well as 43 beneficiary agencies in Dallas, Israel and abroad. Local beneficiaries include Akiba Academy of Dallas, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, CHAI (Community Homes for Adults, Inc.), Dallas Jewish Historical Society, Dallas Kosher, Dallas Holocaust Museum, Mesorah High School for Girls, Ann & Nate Levine Academy- A Solomon Schechter School and Yavneh Academy. The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas is affiliated with United Jewish Communities, the umbrella organization for all Federations, as well as with the Community Council of Greater Dallas, Jewish Council of Public Affairs and the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas


7900 Northaven Rd
Dallas, TX 75230

Phone: (214) 739-2737
Hours: Hours: 5:30am-IO:00pm, M-Th; 6:00am-S:OOpm, F; 7:OOam-6:00pm, Sat& Sun.

Services Offered: Camps, Facilities/Community Centers, Meals

Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc.

Free diagnostic and follow-up clinics at several adult and children's clinics located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area. Assistance in the purchase of wheelchairs or braces; PT, OT and RT evaluations; flu shots; assistance in transportation to clinics; summer camp; support groups; information and referral.

12750 Merit Dr., Suite 1220
Dallas, TX 75251

Phone: (972)480-0011
Toll Free: (972)480-0011
Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm, M-F.

Services Offered: Camps, Disease Specific Treatment, Health Education, Medical Equipment/Supplies


Programs for children and families that build strong kids, strong families and strong communities. Based on Christian values for youth and adults (including boys, girls, men and women). Designed to help prepare for citizenship responsibilities, social adjustment and physical development. Participation is on individual or group membership basis. General services include health and physical education, informal education, group work, camping and recreational activities. Many programs, such as Adventure Guides/Princess, are centered around home, church, or school. After school child care and summer day camps are offered. Resident camping available at Camp Grady Spruce for boys and girls ages 7-16. Active Older Adults program for senior citizens. YMCA Casa Shelter (214) 358-4504 is a runaway shelter offering emergency shelter and counseling to runaway/homeless youth and their families. How to Apply: Rerfer persons for membership, general services or special prjects to the appropritae branch. Financial assistance available based on need.

601 N. Akard St
Dallas, TX 75201

Phone: (214) 880-9622
Hours: Call branches for hours of operation

Services Offered: Camps, Child Care Providers, Personal Enrichment, Physical Fitness, Youth Development, Youth Development

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