Community Resources

March 2020 Call Resources Directly

Visit our EMS ISD Website for Our Latest Covid-19 Updates and Resources

Due to Covid-19: For All Resources Listed Please Call First - Por Favor de Llamar Primero

Due to Covid-19 - Please call these resources directly for further information about operating hours and services.

Debido a Covid-19, llame a todos los recursos primero para ver que puenden proporcinar en este momento.

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Call their office for updated information about appointments.

THOUGH our Saginaw location is closed at this time there is another location available please call 817-702-1100 for more information on telehealth or to schedule an appointment at

Family Health Clinic 1500 South Main Street 4th Floor- FW TX 76104

Services include:

· Sick visits

· Well child visits (ages newborn to 21)

· Adolescent Care

· Sports physicals

· Follow-up care for chronic conditions including diabetes, asthma, eczema, etc.

· Immunizations (must be an established patient or be seen for a visit)

· Minor procedures such minor burn/wound care, abscess care, simple laceration repair (at provider discretion)

· Referrals for x-rays or specialists, as appropriate

If you don’t have insurance, the clinic staff will connect your child with available resources. For students with insurance or other coverage such as CHIP, Medicaid, or JPS Connection, the standard co-pay and PCP restrictions still apply.

Tarrant County Food Pantry Information

Mobile Program


Monthly Distribution

Northside Mobile Pantry

Northside Community Health Center

2332 Beverly Hills Drive

Fort Worth, TX 76114

1st Wednesday


Lake Worth Mobile

Cross Point Church of the Nazarene

300 NW Loop 820

Fort Worth, TX 76179

1st Saturday


TCC Community Market

Mobile Pantry

4801 Marine Creek Parkway

Fort Worth, TX 76179

3rd Friday


Azle Avenue Mobile Pantry

5701 Azle Avenue

Fort Worth, TX 76114

3rd Saturday


Shady Oaks Mobile Pantry

6148 San Villa Drive

Fort Worth, TX 76135

4th Saturday


Wesley Mobile Pantry

United Centers - Wesley

3600 N. Crump Street

Fort Worth, TX 76106

4th Saturday


Additional Food Distribution in April will be from 9-11am:

April 9th and April 23rd

Eagles View Church

5440 W Bailey Boswell Rd

Fort Worth, TX 76179

April 16th and 30th

Budget Suites

3500 NE Loop 820

Fort Worth, TX 76137

If you or your loved ones are in need of food assistance,

enter your address or zip code at

to find a TAFB Partner Agency (food pantry) near you.

CALL All Resources FIRST to see what their modified services can provide at this time.

Tarrant Cares

Use this link to access Tarrant Cares, a comprehensive collection of Tarrant County resources for individuals and families.

Your Texas Benefits

Use this link to access information and apply for SNAP Food Benefits, TANF Cash Help, WIC Food Benefits, Health Care Assistance, and Support Services.

Legal Aid

Legal Aid of Northwest Texas (free civil legal help for low-income individuals)

817-336-3943 or 800-955-3959

Justice for our Neighbors (immigration legal services)


OneSafePlace (legal help for domestic violence and violent crime survivors)


Tarrant County Bar Association Legalline (free advice on a variety of topics)


Texas A&M Legal Clinic (various topics)


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Community Link Mission

Community Link Food Pantry

(817) 847-4554

300 South Belmont St

Saginaw, Texas 76179

Community Link Mission is a food pantry serving the following zip codes: 76179, 76131, 76135, 76114, 76052, 76177, or 76137. Qualifying families are eligible to receive assistance once each calendar month. If you need more assistance than once a month, speak with a Community Link staff member for additional support and resources. Community Link Mission also provides additional assistance to families at holidays and at the beginning of the school year.

Pantry Hours
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays: 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM

First Saturday of each month: 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Tuesday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM*
Thursday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM*
Saturday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM*

*Please bring the following the first time you visit Community Link: verification of income, residency, household members, and disability papers (if applicable).

Visit Community Link’s website at for income guidelines and more information.

Community Food Market

The Community Food Market features a farmer's marker-style layout with fresh meats and produce. The Market is held at the NW Tarrant County College Campus on the third Friday of each month (8:30 AM to 11:30 AM, or whenever the food runs out). Hours may change during the holidays and summer times. You must bring their own bags and wagons to transport their items.

Medicaid/SNAP Enrollment

Community Link can assist with Medicaid and SNAP enrollment. Representatives are on site the second and fourth Tuesday of each month for walk-in assistance; however, the dates may change, so it is recommended that you call 817-847-4554 or 1-866-430-6143 to check the dates and times. You may make an appointment by calling 1-866-430-6143.

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NICA (Northside Inter-Community Agency, Inc.)

(817) 626-1102

1600 Circle Park Blvd

Fort Worth, Texas 76164

NICA provides food, clothing, and self-help programs to families in the following zip codes: 76106, 76108, 76114, 76127, 76131, 76135, 76164, 76177, 76179, 76008, 76020, 76052 and 76071.

In addition to food and clothing programs, they offer case management, crisis counseling, and employment, education and community services to eligible families.

Hours of Operation

Tuesday through Friday: 9 AM - 3:30 PM

Saturday 9 AM - 12 PM

Visit NICA’s website at for more information.

Homeless Shelters

Union Gospel Mission

Union Gospel Mission offers emergency overnight shelter for men and women. They also offer resident programs for males, females, and families. *

Males: To enter the overnight shelter, go to the main entrance at 1331 E. Lancaster, Fort Worth 76102 at 2 pm. Bring your ID and proof of a TB test within the past year.

Females: To enter the overnight shelter, go to the main entrance at 1321 E. Lancaster, Fort Worth 76102 at 1:45 pm. Bring your ID and proof of a TB test within the past year.

*To learn more about the resident programs, call 817-339-2553.

SafeHaven- Domestic Violence Shelter and Services

SafeHaven provides free services to domestic violence survivors and families. Their two shelters provide 24-hour care to families fleeing violent situations. They also offer counseling and other support services. To get more information and to inquire about eligibility for services, call 1-877-701-SAFE (7233).

Salvation Army

Salvation Army offers emergency overnight shelter for men, women, and children. They also offer voluntary addiction recovery services, housing, and financial assistance. Their Home Sweet Home Program helps prevent homelessness and support residential stability by providing homeless and at-risk households the tools to effectively budget and manage income and expenses.

To enter the overnight shelter, go to 1855 E. Lancaster, Fort Worth 76103 at 5 pm. Bring an ID for every adult.

To learn more about the Home Sweet Home Program, and other services they offer, call 817-344-1800.

Click on the following link to access information on additional shelters in Fort Worth:

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Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD Counseling and Campus Support

Please contact your campus counselor for concerns or to get additional information on community resources.