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Brighter Tomorrows

Access: Bilingual. How to Apply: Call. Services: Serves survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Shelter locations in Grand Prairie, DeSoto and Irving. Crisis intervention and referral to agencies for help with other housing, employment, legal, child care and personal problems.

PO Box 532151
Grand Prairie, TX 75053

Phone: 24Hr/Metro (972) 262-8383
Toll Free: 24Hr/Metro (972) 262-8383
Hours: 9am-5pm M-F

Services Offered: Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Crisis Intervention, Crisis Shelter


For violent families and victims of incest and child sexual abuse; 24 hour hotline. Shelter, counseling, transitional housing, support and advocacy for battered women and their children, and individual and group counseling for abusive men. Also offers community education, a speakers bureau and a thrift shop.

POBox 7999
Dallas, TX 75209

Phone: ADM (214) 559-2170

Services Offered: Advocacy, Crisis Intervention, Crisis Shelter, Family Violence Counseling, Transitional Housing/Shelter

Location: Safe Campus

POBox 7999
Dallas, TX 75228

Phone: (214) 367-7700
Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm, M-F.

Services Offered: Case/Care Management, Crisis Shelter


Provides emergency shelter, in-house food and clothing for battered women and their children. Information and referral, in-shelter individual, group, family and children counseling services, aftercare and ex-residents program. The Hispanic program offers community education and outreach in the form of support, information groups, speakers bureau, counseling and casework in Spanish and referral resources to the Hispanic community. Volunteer opportunities available. Annie's House, a transitional housing facility for women who have completed the program

Mail: 4411 Lemmon Ave, Suite 201
Dallas, TX 75219

Phone: 24HR (214) 942-2998
Hours: 24 hours/day, 7 day/week

Services Offered: Advocacy, Crisis Intervention, Crisis Shelter, Group Counseling


Services: Emergency shelter for abused, abandoned and neglected children, infants through age 17.

4707 Gaston Ave, Mail: PO Box 140085
Dallas, TX 75246

Phone: (214) 827-9595
Hours: Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm, M-F; Jonathan's Place home, 24 hours daily

Services Offered: Crisis Shelter

New Beginning Center

The mission of New Beginning Center is to foster an enviornment of safety, support and respect for families affected by domestic violence. We do so through crisis intervention, counseling, shelter, education, advocacy, and diverse community partnerships. Offers Specialized Battering Interveniton and Prevention Program (BIPP). Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Transitional housing for victims of domestic violence and their children. Legal advocacy. Application for orders of protection processed. Referrals, community education and many volunteer oportunities. Services available in Mesquite and Garland. Service area is Northeast Dallas County including Dallas, Richardson, Garland, Mesquite, Balch Springs, Rowlett, Rockwall and Sachse. 24 Hour Crisis Hotline (972)276-0057.

218 N. 10th St
Garland, TX 75040

Phone: (972) 276-0423
Hours: 8:30am-6:00pm, M-F; evenings and Sat. by appointment.

Services Offered: Crisis Shelter, Family Violence Counseling

Promise House

Emergency youth shelter with maximum 30-day stay for runaways or youth ages 10-17 in crisis. Provides family counseling to both shelter residents and non-shelter residents and their families, crisis intervention, and aftercare counseling to families and youth. Also accepts youth for short-tern crisis intervention (1-3 days of care). Educational programming for residental youth and day school for youth who cannot attend regular school classes. Family support groups for youth and their families who live within the community. Transistional Living Program for youth ages 16-24 for up to 18 months. Preventive drug and alcohol programming to shelter populations. Residential services for homeless parenting teans ages 14-24 and their children in group homes and subsidized apartments.

224 West Page Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208

Phone: [214] 941-8578 24 HR.
Hours: 24 Hours

Services Offered: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Crisis Shelter, Family Counseling

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