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Reversing Homelessness

Shelter, clinics, and transitional living for our North Texas neighbors

Find a Shelter

Nearly 7,000 North Texans are currently homeless, with over 200,000 at risk of becoming homeless.

This year alone we’ve provided 102,084 nights of shelter at our facilities.

Our shelters are open to anyone in
the North Texas area who is in need.

We offer clean, dignified surroundings, where individuals receive meals, counseling, and assistance finding employment. Counselors may also advise the elderly and disabled on applying for Veterans Administration or Social Security benefits.

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Help Us Give a Family a Fresh Start.

Your donations help support homeless families every step of the way as they work to establish a permanent address through our comprehensive case management.

Emergency night shelter

For those looking to escape extreme cold, intense heat, torrential rain, or just wanting a safe, quite place to spend the night. The Salvation Army provides a nutritious meal, a warm bed and a clean shower.

Food Pantries

Our food pantries and drive-through services are placed across the region for quick access to good meals for those in need. These services are open to anyone and are operational during defined hours at each location.

 Social Services Center

Along with meeting immediate physical needs of food and shelter, these establishments provide educational, counseling, and vocational services to help develop vital life skills and independence for re-entry into society.

THE SALVATION ARMY OF NORTH TEXAS
HOME SWEET HOME PROGRAM

The Salvation Army of North Texas Home Sweet Home Program helps support residential stability by providing homeless and at-risk households the tools to effectively budget and manage income and expenses.

Through The Salvation Army's Home Sweet Home Program in Dallas-Fort Worth, professional case workers, along with friends or partners in the community, can prevent homelessness not only at the point of family eviction, but beyond.

To put a family back together after it is broken requires more time, skills and financial resources than many families have available. Through financial education, case management, financial assistance (1-6 months) and monthly budgeting, families may be spared months of misery, saving the community thousands of dollars in sheltering and rehabilitation.

To be selected as a participant in the Home Sweet Home Program, a family must show a strong desire to change, improve their family's situation and work within the program's guidelines. Our Home Sweet Home program is offered at both the Carr P. Collins and Mabee Social Services Centers.

Salvation Army homeless shelter locations in North Texas

The Salvation Army of North Texas offers the following shelter locations for homeless families, men, women, and children

THE SALVATION ARMY DENTON SHELTER

1508 East McKinney St.
Denton, TX 76201
940-566-3800

Services include:
Emergency Night Shelter
Food Pantry
Social Service Center
KARE Kitchen (soup kitchen)
Worship

ARLINGTON FAMILY LIFE SHELTER

712 West Abram
Arlington, TX 76004
817-860-1836

Services include:
Shelter for families with a maximum
length stay of 14 weeks
Job placement skills
Ten weeks in supportive housing program

CARR P. COLLINS SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER

5302 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75235
214-424-7000

Services include:
Food Pantry
Men’s & Women' Shelter
Substance Abuse Program
Meals
Life-Skills Classes
Worship
Home Sweet Home

MABEE SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER

1855 E. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76103
817-344-1800 or 1811

Services include:
Emergency Family Homeless Shelter
Daily Meals for the Homeless
Transitional programs
Home Sweet Home

Other Ways We Meet Needs