The Stewpot (www.thestewpot.org) Mon-Fri 8:00am to 4:00pm
1822 Young Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 (corner of Park Avenue and Young Street, at First Presbyterian Church). Does not provide shelter but does provide:
Mailing address and mail services
Identification documentation and replace some lost official documents (they also have a document bank for vital record storage)
Counseling (call 214-382-5916, leave a detailed message with your name and a callback number)
Parkland medical and dental clinics on-site
Mental health services
Rent assistance if you live IN the city of Dallas
Food distribution (if you have a residence)
The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center (www.bridgehrc.org) info@BridgeHRC.org
1818 Corsicana Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 (South St. Paul just north of I-30, near the Farmers Market) 214-670-1507
Walk-up intake (men and women age 18 and over)
Our Calling (www.OurCalling.org) email@example.com
1702 S Cesar Chavez Blvd, Dallas, TX 75215 (Cesar Chavez Blvd just south of I-30) 214-444-8796
Austin Street Centre (https://austinstreet.org)
2929 Hickory Street, Dallas, TX 75226 (south of I-30) 214-484-4242
Walk-up intake (men age 45 and over; women age 18 and over) 1pm-4pm Monday-Friday.
Dallas Life Foundation (https://dallaslife.org)
1100 Cadiz Street, Dallas, TX 75215 (on Cadiz just south of I-30) 214-421-1380
Walkup intake 10am – 2pm Monday – Friday but you can show up earlier than 10am and reserve your spot.
First-time residents receive a few free nights. After that, you choose between the Pay-To-Stay Program at $15 per night, or the 10-Month Homeless No More Program which is free for those having no income. You cannot stay if you have an assault charge, sex crime or heinous crime (arson, injury to a child, etc) or have a protective order on your record. Does not accept men on parole. No pets.
Family Gateway (www.familygateway.org)
711 South St. Paul St, Dallas, TX 75201 (South St. Paul just north of Canton St) 888-411-6802 (Option 3)
Vogel Alcove (www.vogelalcove.org)
1738 Gano St, Dallas, TX 75215 (South St. Paul just north of Canton St) 214-368-8686
Teachers, social workers, counselors, therapists for children and families
Summer camps for children K-8th grade
Weekly onsite access to medical care, two meals and a snack each day, and daily nap time for kids who may not be able to get peaceful, uninterrupted sleep at night
Vision and hearing screenings for children
Union Gospel (Women) (www.ugmdallas.org)
4815 Cass St, Dallas, TX 75235 214-638-2988
(Women age 18 and over and children). Intake daily 8:00am to 5:00pm (CALL before you go)
Licensed day care
Job Readiness training
Union Gospel (Men) (www.ugmdallas.org)
3211 Irving Blvd, Dallas, TX 75247 214-637-6117
(Men age 18 and over). Intake daily 8:00am to 5:00pm (CALL before you go)
Job Readiness training
Emergency Rental Assistance/Welfare Program provides short-term rental assistance to the disabled indigent who do not yet receive social security, workers compensation or other disability benefits. 214-819-2000.
Dallas County's Section 8 Rental Assistance Program provides rental assistance to low-income households. 214-819-1871.
Dallas County's Weatherization Program provides energy-related improvements (insulation, weather-stripping, etc.) to low-income residences. 214-819-1909.
Dallas County Veterans Services 214-819-1885
Attorney General of Texas (child support) 800-252-8014
Catholic Charities (immigration help) 214-634-7182
City of Dallas (mortgage assistance) 214-670-4840