Center For Survivors of Torture

www.cstnet.org

Mission: Center for Survivors of Torture facilitates healing, eases the transition to new beginnings and fosters hope in survivors through

 -Offering specialized services that address  psychological, medical, and social needs

-Generating legal referrals

-Providing training opportunities for state-of-the-art professional service delivery

-Collecting outcome measurements

 

  • Children’s program serving Dallas area refugees

Chamberlain Performing Arts

www.chamberlainperformingarts.org

Mission:  Chamberlain Performing Arts is committed to presenting excellent ballet to enrich the North Texas community, enlighten with arts education, and encourage through outreach programs.

 

  • General operating support

Communities in Schools

of Greater Tarrant County

www.cistarrant.org

Mission: Communities in Schools of Greater Tarrant County is part of a national network of CIS programs serving over one million students annually. CIS surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.  Since 1992, CIS of Greater Tarrant County have served the most at-risk and vulnerable youth. 

 

  • Case management program 

Community Partners of Dallas

www.communitypartnersdallas.org

Mission:  Community Partners of Dallas ensures safety, restores dignity and inspires hope for the abused and neglected children served by Dallas County Child Protective Services

 

  • Rainbow Room Program

Housing Crisis Center

www.hccdallas.org

Mission:  Housing Crisis Center’smission is to prevent homelessness and to stabilize those at risk in decent, affordable, and permanent housing, and to empower them to solve their own housing problems in the future.

 

  • Home Again Program

Mental Health America

of Greater Dallas

www.mhadallas.org

Mission: Founded in 1947,Mental Health American of Greater Dallas has been consistently serving the people of Dallas County and its surrounding communities for over 60 years. Their mission is to lead the community in improving mental health through advocacy and education.

 

  • WHO Program (We Help Ourselves)

The Well Community

www.wellcommunity.org

Mission:  Founded in 2002, The Well Community started as a simple, church outreach to a handful of people. It has grown into a flourishing, significant ministry among adults recovering from serious mental illnesses. The Well’s philosophy of care, relational interventions and holistic rehabilitation combine to make a significant impact upon those we are called to serve.

  • Meal program

Youth With Faces

www.youthwithfaces.org

Mission: Youth With Faces gives young men and women in Dallas County’s juvenile justice system a second chance at being more than a statistic. By learning and practicing the skills to live positively in society, they can break the cycle of incarceration and create more promising futures – for themselves and our entire community.

  • Pre-Release Initiatives: P.R.E.P. Dog Training Program, Project S.A.V.E., Retail Training, Horticulture Summer Internship, Financial Literacy, Holiday Programs, Speaker Program

  • ·  Post-Release Services: Work Readiness Program, Mentoring Program

Thrive Women’s Clinic

www.thrivewomensclinic.com

Mission:  Thrive Women’s Clinic extends Christ-like love in a compassionate and responsive manner that values the family and empowers women and their partners to choose life.

  • Healthy Behaviors Educational Medical Program

Tulsa Boys’ Home

www.tulsaboyshome.org

Mission:  Tulsa Boys’ Home provides the highest quality residential care for young boys needing placement outside their home, for the purpose of developing well-adjusted, responsible adults and strengthening the family.

 

  • Therapeutic Equine Program