Phone: (972) 424-4626 x 503
Info: Ages 18-21, males and females, can receive rapid rehousing after for up to 18 months.
Phone: (972) 542-2623
Info: Job Corps is the largest free residential education and job training program for young adults ages 16-24. They connect you with the skills and education you need to get the career you want.
Oak Creek Place
Info: Oak Creek Place is a ministry to young women ages 16-22 who are in extended foster care.
Phone: 1 888-721-0098
Info: Unsheltered youth in DISD high schools and other homeless young adults ages 14-21 years old. 35 spots.
Info: Supervised Independent Living and Enhanced Case Management for young adults 18-22 years old who have aged out of foster care in Texas.
Phone: 214- 827-0813 x 1336
Info: Ages 18-24, women only, 12 spots total, length of stay is 12-24 months. Foster care and homeless.
Phone: (972) 303-5303
Info: Young women who have aged out of foster care.
Our Friend’s Place
Info: Ages 18-24, women only, shared apartment (with two others), own bedroom.
Info: Homeless teens ages 16 through 21. Also has program for 14-20 homeless pregnant and parenting teens (Wesley Inn). 90 day minimum stay, 2 year max.
Info: The Restored Hope Ministries’ 12 to 18 month program geared for young women leaving domestic violence or sex trafficking.
Phone: 214-370-9300 x3024
Info: Homeless young adults, age 18-24. Main focus on former foster youth.
Info: aged out of foster care, women only.
House of Eli
Phone: (903) 771-4339
Info: House of Eli is a faith-based ministry that serves young boys ages 16-21 who have aged out of foster care, are homeless, or are being released from juvenile services.
Info: Youth aged 16-20.
Info: Aged out of Foster Care, Women.
Rapid Rehousing Program
Info: Providing Financial assistance and wrap around services to aid families and individuals that are ready to obtain permanent/stable housing and prevent further episodes of homelessness. Must be residing in Plano or have become homeless in Plano and living at a shelter in Plano or elsewhere. Must be willing to meet with case manager monthly during program participation.
Info: Agape manages an inventory of stable, safe and affordable housing. Housing includes extended stay hotels, apartments and single family homes.
Buckner Family Pathways
Info: Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and be currently enrolled in an educational or vocational program.
Info: Homeless, single mothers who are overcoming the challenges of substance abuse.
Info: For pregnant and/or parenting, and are 12-21 years of age we will provide housing for teen moms, ages 12 18 years of age. If accepted into the housing program, clients will be provided long term housing until her child reaches the age of 3. Providing them a safe and supportive home where they are provided resources, programs, and services that focus on transforming their mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Foster Care.
Shared Housing Center
Info: The purpose of transitional housing is to provide not only longer term residency to the homeless, but also a safety network of supportive services that provides opportunities to improve educational, social and economic status so that clients may regain independence, self-sufficiency and return to more traditional housing. Our transitional programs offer a commitment of 12 to 24 months to homeless single parents with children and older adults.
Pathway to Purpose
Info: Single mothers with young children.
Hope Ministries of North Texas
Info: single moms and their children, provide housing, food, and education (including spiritual training), help them deal with addictions/pains and become productive, godly parents. The typical program length is about 2 years.
Info: pregnant women (18 and older) that are homeless.
Mater Filius Dallas Mission
Info: Pregnant women 18 and older. After birth, mother and child can stay in the house for up to eight months.
Info: Alley’s House is a nonresidential, voluntary program available to pregnant and parenting teen mothers (13-21 years old) who want to: Complete their education, Meet other young moms, Find a career path to support a family, Strengthen parenting skills, Learn the skills needed to live independently. Alley’s House offers programs from 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday through Friday.
Info: Pregnant and non-pregnant women with children, 18 years and older, Can have children up to 6 yrs old. Four week program.
Info: No longer have dorm, but call 1-800-GLADNEY and they can assist.
In My Shoes
Phone: (469) 857-3264
Info: In My Shoes provides for the immediate physical and emotional needs of pregnant mothers including shelter, food, clothing, and a supportive community.
Info: single, pregnant women. Helps during the pregnancy and for up to six months after delivery.
Info: Expectant mothers within the age range of 12-21 who have been displaced, homeless, or who are at-risk for homelessness.
Info: single, pregnant women. Capacity for up to 15 girls.
Phone: (972) 542-5302
Info: Intakes are on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Applicants may sign up at 10am and we stop taking applications at 1:30pm. The waiting room is available starting at 10 am. No cost. Residents who “graduate” from The Samaritan Inn receive all the necessary items to set up their own households.
Info: Walk-up intake (men & women): 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday
Info: 700 men, women and children per day. Men and women are on separate floors in dormitory style housing. First time residents receives 5 free nights. After that, you choose between the Pay-To-Stay Program at $12 per night, or the 10-Month New Life Program which is free for those having no income. Check-in is from 4:00p.m.-8:30p.m., 7 days a week. You are allowed 2 bags or 2 boxes, nothing more. Each piece is to weigh 25 lbs. or less.
Info: Short-term temporary shelter, meals, and casework services for men, women and families. Capacity of 240 people. Cost $7.00 per night negotiable in some cases.
Info: On-site night emergency shelter is available for high demand guests. If the on-site shelter is at capacity (249). The Bridge partners with local organizations to help secure investments for rental housing subsidies and rehabilitation or construction of housing to be made available to people recovering from homelessness. Also have day shelter and employment services.
Union Gospel Mission
Info: Center of Hope provides safe shelter for homeless and abused women and their children. Intake is by appointment only Monday – Friday: 10am -12pm and 2pm. Calvert Place Men’s Shelter serves adult homeless men and veterans age 18+. Intake hours for Calvert Place Men’s Shelter happens every afternoon from 3:00-5:00pm.
Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance CAS Coordinator
Collin County Hours: M-F 8am-3pm
Jessica Libby: City of Plano Housing and Community Services Coordinator
When: Wednesdays 2:30pm-5:30pm
Where: Harrington Library- 1501 18th St. Plano, TX 75074 Storyhouse Room (back of library)
Services provided include: shelter intake coordination, transportation assistance, referrals for Rapid Rehousing, and data collection for entry into MDHA’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).
Family Promise of Collin County
Info: provides overnight shelters, food, and loving hospitality for guest families as they rotate weekly among each of the churches in the network. Their support may also include gift cards and monetary donations.
Info: In addition to emergency shelter and the services provided there, we have more than 140 units of supportive housing in apartment complexes throughout the community for post-shelter care.
Info: Interfaith’s Home & Hope Program provides housing for homeless families in one of our 25 lovingly decorated, furnished apartments. The apartments are rent-free if families enter the program unemployed. Upon obtaining employment, Interfaith requires a monthly occupancy charge of 30% of the net family income. To encourage savings, Interfaith returns 100% of that charge to families who save $500 or more and successfully complete all other program requirements.
Phone: (972) 424-7775
Info: Emily’s Place is unique in that residents live in a highly structured environment under direct supervision and community involvement. Emily’s Place is not a shelter, which typically allows women to stay for 30 – 90 days. Rather, it is a “transformational” housing ministry based on a 24-month stay commitment which promotes stability and wise choices. We do not seek to simply sustain lives; rather, the goal is to enable residents to attain their highest personal potential through the development of their respective abilities and the healing of their hearts.
Info: Hope’s Door New Beginning Center offers two types of residential services to survivors of intimate partner and family violence – emergency shelter and Rapid Rehousing. Callers to the hotline will receive information about the services available at Hope’s Door New Beginning Center, safety planning assistance, and referral to other resources if necessary. The crisis hotline is answered in both English and Spanish.
Phone: (817) 912-0317
Info: The Gatehouse a supportive living community for women — whether single or with children — leaving a crisis, such as abuse, poverty, homelessness, tragic divorce or other reasons. This community, which allows members to stay up to 2½ years depending on their individually tailored program, provides safe refuge and creates the environment for women and children in crisis to walk the path toward permanent change. Have to be 21.
Phone: (972) 254-4003
Info: Must be fleeing domestic violence, Must be working or ready to work, Must be drug and alcohol free.
Phone: 214.946.HELP (4357)
Info: After a family has completed the 6 week stay at our emergency shelter, they are sometimes not in a position to live independently. Annie’s House allows them to stay up to 12 months in a private apartment, with access to tools and resources to build a safe, happy future.
Plano & Dallas
Info: Windhaven House is a transitional sober living program for women who desire comprehensive recovery support after primary treatment. Our two beautiful houses provide the best place to continue your personal growth and work towards independence.
Care Center Ministries
Phone: (214) 824-9852
Info: The Tree of Life is a one-year residential program for battered and addicted women that provides refuge, training and a faith-based, 12-step program. The program also includes refuge for single-mothers and their children providing shelter, support, advocacy, education, and resources needed to live independent lives free from addiction and violence. The Race program is a one-year residential program for men with life-controlling problems, such as alcohol and substance abuse; also, those who have behavioral dysfunctions or a criminal history.
The Magdalen House
Info: Our free alcohol treatment program assists women with drinking problems regardless of their physical disabilities, religious affiliations or ethnic backgrounds. We accept residents on a “first come, first served” basis. The primary addiction must be alcohol. Potential applicants may call between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm at 214-324-9261 or send an e-mail. 14-day, no cost alcohol detox in Dallas for women who struggle with alcohol dependency.
Kaufman County Jail
The Purpose Project
The Purpose Project serves women in the Kaufman County jail, and removes barriers to long-term success by helping them find housing, employment, and necessary services upon their release to reduce their chances of relapse and return to jail. We guide them as they become the happy, healthy, productive people they were meant to be.
Restored Hope Ministries
Transform Team International
Treasured Vessels Foundation
Refuge of Light
Refuge Safe Home is our specialized residential safe home for young girls 10-17 years of age who have been sex trafficked. This is a place where the girls are safe and loved and can be guided towards a path of healing and restoration.
Reach of Plano
Info: Our mission is to provide services for people with disabilities so that they are able to lead self-directed lives and to educate the general public about disability-related topics in order to promote a barrier free community.
Info: My Possibilities is a Plano-based non-profit that serves as a pioneering leader in vocational education and job placement for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) throughout North Texas. MP is changing the landscape for adults with IDD.
Info: Cornerstone Ranch is refreshingly different from most other group homes and day programs for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. Built on Christian values, our family-centered environment creates a safe place where independence thrives, character grows, and confidence is nurtured. The adults who make up this special needs community, or Ranchers, are given the opportunity to experience abundant life. Ranchers do not spend their day in front of the television. Instead, they serve, exercise, worship, and work as productive and useful members of the community.
Info: CHAI offers long-term living arrangements, which is truly unique among non-profit services. Unlike any other organization in the area, CHAI gives its clients options for everything they do, including choices of healthcare provider, social activities, educational classes, and workout programs. CHAI’s primary concern is for the client’s well being and maximizing his or her potential.
Info: The AFIL Program is a, twenty-four hour educational and residential program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.