Hands of Hope is thankful for each and every one of it's partnered organizations who assist by providing necessary resources required to help the homeless in and around our community. For more information about the agencies listed below, simply click on their name, or logo.
Panhandler Assistance: If you see someone holding a sign asking for money or assistance, text a photo along with the location, day and time of day to 817-298-2779, our outreach team will attempt to meet and offer assistance to the individual.
Rental Assistance: Though Hands of Hope does not provide rental assistance, the organizations listed here have indicated they do.
Please note that Hands of Hope does not provide Financial or Rental Assistance of any kind.
If you need financial assistance call 211.
2021 Pocket Pal - Homeless Resource guide for tarrant county
Download and print a copy of the 2021 Pocket Pal. This can serve as a helpful alternative to handing out money when approached by a 'Panhandler' as well giving them the option for resources for a hand up in place of a hand out. Your Printable Guide to Homeless Services in the Tarrant County Area.
2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. Whether by phone or internet, our goal is to present accurate, well-organized and easy-to-find information from over 60,000 state and local health and human services programs.
We envision a community coming together to provide assistance to area residents who are in perpetual or momentary need, and to help them meet their goals so that they can, in turn, help others in need.
3500 Noble Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111
A private nonprofit organization, was founded in November 1957, under the name Fort Worth Council on Alcoholism, to address the need for substance abuse education and referral for treatment in N.Texas.
2700 Airport Freeway
Ft. Worth, TX 76111
1855 E Lancaster, Fort Worth, the Mabee Center serves as the hub of The Salvation Army’s Tarrant County operations. This facility is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Whether an individual or family needs a hot meal, a place to stay, or any of the variety of residential programs designed to take a family or individual from homelessness to being a stable and productive member of society, help can be found at the Mabee Center.
Provides a place of trust, respect and caring for the homeless and helping them regain their quality of life. Long term emergency shelter for general population.
2401 Cypress Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Dinner is served to all overnight guests. 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm daily
Men - 817-621-7400
Center for Women & Children 817-632-7429
We protect children from abuse, neglect and family separation and help children overcome these things when they do happen. Abuse and neglect are significant problems in the communities we serve, and without help, the long-term impact on children can prevent them from living healthy, productive lives. Some of our programs keep children and families together, and others provide a healing home for children who can't live with their families. We have nearly a century of experience working with children, and we know that the best way to accomplish our mission is to work with families, whenever possible, to strengthen their ability to care for their children.
Crisis Services provide mental health emergency support 24-hours a day, 365 days a year and is the first point of contact to begin eligibility assessment. Call 817-335-3022 or 1-800-866-2465. Staff provides support, information, referrals, and/or crisis intervention referrals, if needed.
Drug ReHab.com provides infomation and answers for people fighting addiction.
We provide extensive information on the multitude of addictions out there as well as the different kinds of treatment options that area available.
Our Mission is to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and lead a lifelong recovery.
Call Now for 24/7 help 855-480-6989
AIDS Outreach Center (AOC) was founded in 1986 by volunteers to help HIV+ individuals in Fort Worth deal with end of life issues. Today AOC stands as the largest AIDS social service organization in Tarrant County in the fight against AIDS.
"Restoring Hope, Sharing God's Love and Changing Lives"
Multi-services and assistance availible
6250 NE Loop 820
North Richland Hills, Texas 76180
To Provide service to those in need, advocate compassion and justice in the structures of society & to call all people of goodwill to do the same
Catholic Charities Fort Worth
249 Thornhill Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76115
Provides short-term shelter and support services that help our neighbors who are homeless integrate into society and become contributors to a thriving community.
325 W Division St
Arlington, Texas 76011
The ministries at Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex continue to evolve in response to the needs of our community.
210 W. South St
Arlington, Texas 76010
A group of local suicide prevention coalitions and statewide agencies that have joined together to implement the Texas Suicide Prevention Plan.
HOPE IS A CALL AWAY PLEASE MAKE THE CALL
The Tarrant County Homeless Coalition is dedicated to providing leadership in preventing homelessness.
Partnered pet services:
The West Side Animal League is a volunteer organization that supports pets from various Fort Worth area shelters, as well as some we acquire along the way, in an effort to keep them from being placed in a shelter environment. We also provide vaccinations, micro-chipping and alters for all animals in our program as well as emergency medical care (as funds are available). Our expenses are covered 100% from donations and adoption fees for the animals that we adopt out.
******ADOPTING A NEW FURRY FRIEND IS ONLY $150.00 for dogs & $100 for cats, each pet will have already been altered or will come with a voucher for altering, rabies, general vaccinations and Bordatella through Parker County Vet Clinic
Committed to compassionately improving the quality of life for Fort Worth area homeless and unwanted felines by providing foster homes, finding lifelong adoptive homes, assisting and educating the community, preventing the spread of disease, and controlling overpopulation.