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Mosaic Family Services (Member)

Family violence services for refugee and immigrant women and children, including transitional housing for these clients. 24 hour domestic violence hotline (214-823-4434). Counseling and case management services targeting refugees and immigrants of all ages, as well as legal services. Services for victims of trafficking in persons. 24 hour human trafficking hotline (214-823-1911). Substance abuse prevention and outpatient counseling and HIV outreach prevention, intervention and education services to multilingual, multicultural, and/or medically indigent population. No Charge for Services.

Address:
4144 N. Central Expressway , #530
Dallas, TX 75204

Phone: (214) 821-5393
Email: home@mosaicservices.org
Hours: 8:45am-5:15pm, M-F.

Services Offered: Case/Care Management, Crisis Intervention, Family Violence Counseling, Transitional Housing/Shelter



Location: MOSAIC HOUSE

Address:
PO Box 720907
Dallas, TX 75372

Phone: (214) 823-4434
Hours: 24 hours/7 days a week.

Services Offered: Transitional Housing/Shelter

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.

Location: Transitional Housing

Address:
928 Bluebird
Irving, TX 75061

Phone: (972) 263-0506
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm M-F

Services Offered: Transitional Housing/Shelter

EXODUS MINISTRY

Nine month program for women that have been incarcerated with children under the age of 12 that provides food, clothing and shelter. Also provides budgeting, parenting, counseling and job search classes.

Address:
4630 Munger Ave, #110
Dallas, TX 75204

Phone: (214) 827-3772
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm, M-F.

Services Offered: Parenting Education, Transitional Housing/Shelter

Family Gateway Center

Short-term (10 weeks) and long-term (l year) transitional housing for homeless families with children. Goals are living-wage employment for parents and permanent housing in the community. Case management services include: counseling; referrals; parenting training; budgeting; nutrition; special children's programs, etc. Also provide Gateway to Jobs, a comprehensive pre-employment skills training program with job search and placement assistance. Customer Service Training is taught at Family Treasures Resale Shop. Community Transition Services offer follow-up for one year after exit to all participants.

Address:
711 S. St. Paul Street, Intake Coordinator: Call Extension 102
Dallas, TX 75201

Phone: (214) 741-6515
Hours: 8:00am-5:OOpm, M-F; Housing: 24 hours daily.

Services Offered: Job Finding Assistance, Parenting Education, Transitional Housing/Shelter

FAMILY PLACE, THE

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.

Address:
POBox 7999
Dallas, TX 75209

Phone: ADM (214) 559-2170

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

INTERFAITH HOUSING COALITION

Services: Transitional 90-day housing pro·gram for families with children; one adult must be employed or employable. Two mandatory evening classes per week on budgeting, employment, living skills and parenting required for residency. Additionally, each unemployed resident must participate in a daily comprehensive job search program. Second Step Program up to one year. Families pay monthly rental fee

Address:
5612 Ross, Mail: PO Box 720206
Dallas, TX 75206

Phone: MAIN (214) 827-7220
Hours: Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm, M-F.

Services Offered: Transitional Housing/Shelter


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