Tarrant County short term transitional housing and shelter.

When facing a housing crisis, programs are available in Tarrant County Texas. They range from short term, emergency shelters to transitional housing and help in locating a new home to live in. Non-profits and case managers from the community are focused on assisting families facing eviction, children, and the homeless as well.

Non-profits will also partner with the state of Texas and federal government agencies such as HUD. They will use all available resources, both inside and outside of Tarrant County, to help the less fortunate. While homeless prevention is always preferred, in some cases residents just can't afford their home and they need to find a place that better fits their budget. So case managers will work with clients on housing location as well.

Some of the main centers are listed below. Call for referrals or additional information on the programs available, including all regional low income housing resources.

Salvation Army Arlington Family Life Center
Main address is 712 West Abram St
Arlington, Texas 76013
Call (817) 860-1836
Numerous social services and housing programs are available. This includes lodging and emergency shelter for a few months. Other assistance includes access to job placement skills, supportive housing, and self-sufficiency. Meet with case managers on finding a new, permanent home in Tarrant County including ways to pay the rent and security deposits on the housing.

Christian Lodge
316 N Wilhite Street
Cleburne, TX 76031
Main (817) 641-1133
Runs temporary shelter and offers other services including free meals, job search assistance as well as housing placement.

 

 

 

ACH Child and Family Services
3712 Wichita Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76119
(817) 335-4673
The program known as Life Project offers parent-child transitional housing. This is for the currently homeless, people facing imminent eviction, or those at risk of homelessness. Single-parent families may also benefit from this short term, transitional housing program.
Another resource is known as LIFE, or Learning Independence From Experience. This is for youth and teenagers and gives them a safe and stable place to live while they find a permanent home.

Fort Worth YMCA
512 Lamar Street
Fort Worth, Texas
Phone number is (817) 332-3281

Cornerstone Assistance Network - New Life Center
Location of the office is 1628 Sixth Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Main number is (817) 921-4006

Presbyterian Night Shelter Of Tarrant County - Patriot House
Main address is 2320 Cypress Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
(817) 698-0130

Veterans housing - Presbyterian
This program is available at 2400 Cypress Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Telephone number is (817) 632-7400

Salvation Army Of Tarrant County
Address is 1855 East Lancaster
Fort Worth, TX 76103
(817) 344-1800
The START housing program can give the needy and individuals who experience a repetitive cycle of homeless a new, hopefully more stable start. Additional on-site Salvation Army services include case management, financial support, and life skills classes. Another resource is operated as a structured temporary group living arrangements for unaccompanied females and males above the age of 18.

 

 

 

 

Day Resource Center
1415 E Lancaster Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Dial the center at (817) 810-9797

Arlington Life Shelter
325 W Division St
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 548-9885
Meals, case management, and help in finding a new home or apartment in Tarrant County is offered.

Green Light Ministries Brother to Brother
Azle, TX 76020
940-577-1954

Samaritan House
Main location is 929 Hemphill
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Telephone: (817) 332-6410
(817) 332-6409 Fax
The main programs are known as The Villages At Samaritan House, Genesis Project, and Grace Village. It encompasses shelter, case management, referrals, and applications to regional public housing in Tarrant County Texas.

Tarrant County Community Development Division
Address is 1509-B South University Drive #276
Fort Worth, TX 76107
(817) 850-7940
The government organization operates or supports many public housing and other social service programs. They can rehouse the homeless, improve housing units for the disabled, poor and elderly and they also offer a number of other assistance programs to serve community needs. This includes offering information on tenant legal rights. Some of the community wide housing assistance programs include home rehabilitation, the acquisition and rehabilitation of low-income housing, and also first-time home buyer assistance. The Division also supports partners with local emergency shelters.

Grace Street Church
Arlington, TX 76014
817-274-7762

Union Gospel Mission of Fort Worth
1331 E Lancaster Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone - (817) 339-2553

 

 

 

Grace (Grapevine Relief and Community Exchange)
610 Shady Brook Dr.
Grapevine, Texas 76051
(817) 488-7009
This non-profit program provides short term housing and case management to help homeless families, individuals, seniors, and single parents work toward self-sufficiency. Clients of the program will need to have a place to live while they earn an income, learn new skills, pay off debt and regain stability and confidence. Services may be offered for up to 6 months to 2 years.

The Bridge Emergency Youth Services
Address: 440 S Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Telephone - (817) 335-4673

Community Enrichment Center Inc.
Main address is 6250 NE Loop 820
N Richland Hills, Texas 76180
Primary phone - (817) 281-1164

 

 

 

 

 

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