Domestic Violence

Brighter Tomorrows

24/7 Crisis Hotline
(972) 262-8383
Crisis counselors are ready to help with domestic/sexual violence issues. They will refer you to one of their resource centers, emergency shelters, or transitional housings locations.

Genesis Shelter

(214) 942-2998
Women and children allowed.
Must call the hotline first, followed by a 20-minute question & answer session to determine eligibility. Once approved, you have access to an onsite therapist, shelters, and a case manager. Maximum 6-weeks stay.

Mosaic Family Services

(214) 821-5393
The main office where you can speak to a caseworker:
Mon – Fri: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Hotline and shelters are open 24/7 Provide services for domestic violence abuse, refugees, and HIV positive individuals. Their protection mainly serves immigrant women who are victims of human trafficking. Counseling and legal help are also provided.

Salvation Army

(214) 424-7208
Maximum of a 45-day stay. Offer emergency shelter, onsite counseling, children’s programming, transportation, and referrals for job training and legal assistance.

The Family Place

(214) 941-1991
The hotline is available 24/7.
Services offered: Transitional housing, Emergency shelter, BIPP, and prevention with school-age children.

New Beginning Center, INC

(972) 276-0057
Services offered: Transitional housing, Emergency shelter, BIPP, and prevention with school-age children.

Education GED ESL

Class dates and times vary.

Provides various English literacy classes throughout the year. Must register in person at either campus. First-come, first-serve basis.

Classes are free; students are asked to pay $25 for textbooks. Scholarships available if needed.

Rehab for Men and Woman

  • Nexus Recovery Center

    8733 La Prada Drive
    Dallas, TX 75228

    (214) 321-0156
    Mon - Fri: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM  Intake Line

    Provides inpatient, outpatient, and extended recovery programs to women, women with children, and female adolescents.

    Call the number to complete the intake process.

  • Reconciliation Outreach of Dallas

    4311 Bryan Street
    Dallas TX 75204

    (214) 545-6505
    Provides a 12-month residential program for men struggling with addiction, homelessness, criminal activity, and/or behavioral dysfunction.

    Contact the program manager to start the intake process.

  • Soul’s Harbor

    13134 Nile Drive
    Dallas, TX 75253

    (972) 557-0160
    Provides a six month residential home for men addicted to drugs/alcohol. The program includes Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous meetings, life skills classes, and job placement.

    Contact the intake coordinator to start the intake process.

  • Twenty Four Hour Club

    4636 Ross Avenue
    Dallas, TX 75204

    (214) 823-3200
    Provides a 12-month transitional housing program to men and women suffering from alcohol addiction. The program includes housing, food, classes, and job placement.

    Call to learn more about the intake process.

Employment Agencies

Office of Senior Affairs

The Office of Senior Affairs offers the following services and programs:

Case Management

OSA caseworkers provide case management to at-risk seniors needing referrals for elder abuse, housing, health and dental care, utility assistance, transportation, and other social services.
Contact: (214) 670-5227


Educational materials, presentations, training, and informational seminars are provided and facilitated by the OSA to community groups, neighborhood associations, and senior centers to educate and inform the public on senior resources and issues affecting older adults. These issues include, but are not limited to, isolation, elder abuse, health care, and housing.

Contact: (214) 670-5227

Senior Affairs Commission

The OSA provides staff support to the Senior Affairs Commission (SAC). The Senior Affairs Commission is a 15-member advisory board appointed by the Mayor and City Council to help ensure services to the elderly.

Contact: (214) 670-7883

Senior Ombudsman Program

The Senior Ombudsman Program is designed to give an official mandated voice to seniors in the nursing home and assisted living facilities by addressing concerns and seeking resolutions to problems or issues to enhance the quality of life for residents in long-term care facilities. The program also offers information to seniors and their families about nursing home facilities, selection, and any related nursing home issues. The Senior Source implements the Senior Ombudsman Program.

Contact: (214) 823-5700

Older Americans Employment Initiative Program

Provides employment assistance to older adults age 60 and above throughout Dallas, including The Program also provides community presentations to seniors on employment training and other related topics of interest. The Senior Source implements the Older Americans Employment Initiative Program.

Contact: (214) 823-9700

Senior Dental Health Care Program

Provides dental health services to low-moderate income seniors aged 60 and older residing within the City of Dallas. Dental health services include exams, cleanings, fluoride treatment, sealants, flings, extractions, root canals, treatment for infections, and oral health education. Services are free to eligible residents and are provided by the Texas A&M University College of Dentistry at the following locations:

To schedule an appointment for services, please contact North Dallas Shared Ministries or the Agape Clinic.

Senior Medical Transportation Program (SMTP)

The SMTP provides transport services to medical facilities for low-moderate income seniors. Eligible residents must be 60 years of age or older and reside within the City of Dallas. Medical facilities must be located within the City of Dallas. Services are door-to-door and free to eligible clients. Wheelchair vehicles are available upon request. For additional information and program enrollment, please call the number listed below.

Contact: (214) 670-7235

Senior Emergency Home Repair

Provides up to $7,500 in emergency assistance to qualified low-income, disabled and elderly homeowners, 62 years of age or older, who have health and safety repairs that pose a threat to the life, health, or safety of the resident(s) and require immediate attention. Types of repairs include roof, electrical, plumbing, gas lines, HVAC & ADA renovations (ramps, toilets, grab bars, other vital accessibility needs).

Contact: (214) 670-3644

The Texas Ramp Project

Volunteers of the Texas Ramp Project in the Dallas area build wheelchair ramps for the low-income and disabled in Dallas County and southern Collin County. The Office of Senior Affairs accepts ramp installation intake calls/applications for the Texas Ramp Project.

Contact: (214) 670-5227

Operation WaterShare

Assists with Dallas Water Utilities to persons aged 60 and older facing financial hardships due to water leaks or other difficult circumstances.

Contact: (214) 670-5227

Mission Oak Cliff

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    (Despensa de Comida)

    Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 3:00 PM

    Lunes a Viernes
    12:00 - 3:00 PM

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    Tue and Fri: 12:00 - 2:30 PM

    Martes y Viernes
    12:00 - 2:30 PM

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    (Programa de productos frescos: Frutas y verduras)

    Thu: 7:30 - 9:00 AM

    7:30 - 9:00 AM

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    EDUCATIONAL CLASSES (Clases Educativas)

    ESL - Inglés como Segundo Idioma

    Tue and Fri: 9:00 - 11:00 AM

    Martes y Viernes
    9:00 - 11:00 AM

    GED Preparation - Preparación para el GED
    During office hours - Durante las horas de Oficina

Jobs for Life - Trabajos para la vida
Mon and Wed: 9:00 - 11:00 AM
Lunes y Miércoles
9:00 - 11:00 AM

Citizenship Classes - Clases de Cuidadanía
Wed: 6:00 - 7:30 PM
6:00 - 7:30 PM

Cooking Matters - Asuntos de Cocina
Wed: 9:00 - 11:00 AM
Miércoles de 9:00 AM 11:00 AM

Computer Basic - Computación
Mon: 1:00 - 2:30 PM
1:00 - 2:30 PM

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    Sign in for - Aplica para:

    Wed: 12:00 - 3:00 PM
    12:00 - 3:00 pm

    Once a month
    Una Vez por mes

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    Homeless Hospitality Center

    (Centro de Hospitalidad para personas sin hogar)

    With the number of homeless adults and families coming for assistance rising every month, Mission Oak Cliff has answered the increasing demands by establishing an afternoon Homeless Welcome Center, where our homeless friends can get in out of the weather, find clean clothes, take a shower, get something to eat, enjoy a time of rest and fellowship, and have the opportunity to participate in a mentoring and discipleship groups. The Welcome Center is open Monday through Friday from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. You can help by…
    If you can answer any of these needs, contact us!