Community Places

Kennedy Flores & Betty Granados

family healthcare for low income families

1. Beautiful feet ministries

Phone: 817-563-0505

Address: 1709 Hattie St Fort Worth, tx 76104

Web site:

Health clinic for homeless individuals providing basic medical services-available once a week on Wednesday

2. City of Dallas public health division

Phone: 214-670-0505

Address: spring Ave Dallas, TX 75201

Provides continuous health maintenance services including anticipatory guidance, health screening, growth and development assessment, immunizations, treatment of minor ailments and appropriate referrals for care to children from birth to age 10.

3. City square


Address: grand Ave Dallas, TX 75215

Web site:

Provides a community-based medical clinics and community health outreach.

Housing for low income families

ACH Child And Family Services | Families Together
  • 3712 Wichita
    Fort Worth, TX 76119
  • 817-335-4673 /HOPE
  • Parent-child transitional housing. Offers homeless, or at risk of homelessness, single-parent families, a transitional housing environment while they work to overcome the crisis that led to their homelessness and return to independent living. Short-term, basic and therapeutic services in safe residential care are provided to maintain the family unit.

Community Enrichment Center Inc | Community Enrichment Center Housing

  • 6250 NE Loop 820
    N Richland Hills, TX 76180
  • 817-281-1164
  • Self-sufficiency program using transitional or rapid rehousing models (not an emergency shelter) for homeless families in Tarrant County.

Brighter Tomorrows | Transitional Housing

  • 928 Bluebird Dr.
    Irving, TX 75061
  • 972-254-4003
  • Provides a one year transitional housing program for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Care for the Elderly

Aging And Disability Resource Center Of Tarrant County (ADRC) | Advocacy

  • 1300 Circle Dr
    Fort Worth, TX 76119
  • 888-730-2372
  • The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Tarrant County assists people with disabilities of all ages, as well as older adults, caregivers and families who have multiple needs requiring multiple services.

North Central Texas Area Agency On Aging | North Central Texas Aging And Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

  • 104 Pirate Dr
    Granbury, TX 76048
  • 877-229-9084
  • The North Central Texas ADRC provides information and assistance in finding and accessing services for older adults, persons with disabilities, family caregivers as well as persons who want to plan in advance of need.

Tarrant County Area Agency on Aging in Fort Worth, TX

  • 1500 N. Main St.
  • Suite 200, PO Box 4448
  • Fort Worth, TX 76164
  • 817-258-8081
  • Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) are local aging programs that provide information and services on a range of assistance for older adults and those who care for them.

food/clothing for low income families

1. From me to you clothing ministry

Phone: 612-825-6469

Address: 3953 4th Ave. S.

Web site:

They give clothes to the children and low income families without charge.

2. WEE-CARE Pantry

Address: 3141 Carson St, Haltom city, TX 76117

Give diapers and clothing, also give parenting education

3. New hope center

Phone: 817-868-7400

Address: 209 N industrial ste, 241 Bedford, TX 76021

Web site: www.6stones .org

The new hope center gives food, clothes and household items to people in need in the HEB area.