The Center partners with onsite offices at the following PACT locations, providing training about mental health for staff, psychotherapy for children and adult clients, and leading therapeutic and educational programs. With counselors at these multiple nonprofit locations, barriers such as geography, transportation and financial constraints are removed.
Brother Bill’s Helping Hand provides medical care and other services such as food distribution, job skills training, exercise classes, and children’s programming in West Dallas. BBHH brings positive change to people’s lives by providing them with tools, resources and hope. The Center provides counseling integrated within their clinic and community programming and services.
Buckner’s Family Hope Centers are child-centered, family-focused places where families go to find hope, support and empowerment. The Center provides counseling in their Family Pathways program which supports single parents as they obtain their education, and work through traumas such as human trafficking and domestic violence. The Center is also at the Wynnewood Family Hope Center, Buckner Bachman Lake and Buckner West Dallas where out-of-school programming and empowerment services are provided.
Cornerstone Crossroads Academy exists to expose at-risk high school students to the hope and abundant life found in Christ, equipping students to know God and serve Him forever. It is our desire that CCA graduates become independently functioning and productive members of the community who influence their families, neighborhoods, and communities for Christ.
The mission of Cornerstone Crossroads Academy is to develop urban youth through transformative education, equipping future leaders to impact their communities for Christ.
Our mission is to empower families in crisis to break the cycle of poverty. For over 35 years, Interfaith Family Services has helped families work their way out of poverty by eliminating barriers to success, equipping parents with skills, and educating children. We believe that our holistic approach, fine-tuned over our organization's history, will transform the COVID-19 crisis into a catalyst for long-term stability for Dallas families. Not only do we provide housing for homeless families and financial assistance for families on the verge of homelessness, we provide vocational training and career coaching to help clients elevate their earning potential and obtain living wage jobs. While obtaining employment enables parents to work their way out of poverty, financial coaching ensures that skills are in place for sustainable success. Simultaneously, we provide free onsite childcare for ages 0-5 and afterschool and summer programming (including one-on-one tutoring) for school-aged children.
Mission Oak Cliff is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty in the Oak Cliff area. It is the community ministry hub of Cliff Temple Baptist Church. The weekday drop-in center provides emergency food, clothing, counseling & advocacy services, and educational opportunities to families in the North Oak Cliff area of Dallas.
We are one Army on many fronts, helping North Texas combat addiction, homelessness, and poverty. Faithful to our mission, we enable God-empowered transformations of individuals and society. Our delivery models are aligned across the communities we serve to ensure that we end cycles of crisis and vulnerability. In partnership with The Center, through Texas Health Resources’ Well Together Program, we offer free mental health services in our Pleasant Grove Community Center.
Wesley-Rankin Community Center provides opportunities for students to learn, grow and thrive providing its West Dallas neighbors education and resources to drive community transformation. They offer after school and summer programs for K-8th grade, emphasizing math and reading enrichment, as well as social-emotional skills and character development. The Center provides counseling for children within their out-of-school program.
Learn more about our collaboration: PACT Program Spotlight
The mission of West Dallas Community School is to provide students with a challenging educational experience designed to help them know, love, and practice that which is true, good, and excellent and to prepare them to live purposefully and intelligently in the service of God and man. The Center has provided counseling and assessments for this school since 2014.
Frazier House is an initiative of the Zan Wesley Holmes, Jr. Community Outreach Center. It is located on the first floor of the newly renovated former Julia C. Frazier Elementary School. It offers multiple services in one building partnering and collaborating with other community nonprofits, service organizations and the Dallas Independent School District. This shared space offers access to educational, social services, job skills training and job placement opportunities for Frazier House Clients. Their mission is to create self-sustaining pathways out of poverty for young people and families living in Dallas through education, training and job placement.