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Child Care

  • American Red Cross Chisholm Trail Chapter/Health and Safety Services
    Provides first aid instruction, CPR/D, water safety, swimming lessons, caregiver training, babysitter's training and other health and safety education programs.
    Contact: 817-335-9137
    1515 S Sylvania, Fort Worth, TX
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth
    Provides after-school tutoring and homework help, mentoring, assistance with college applications and scholarships, character development programs, job skill training, and employment assistance. Ages 6 to 18, $5-10/year. Summer program is 9am-6pm, after school is 3pm-7pm. Not dependent on location or income.
    Contact: 817.834.4711
    3218 East Belknap Street, Fort Worth, TX 76111
  • Center for Transforming Lives Child Development Centers
    Operates 3 child development centers in Fort Worth and Arlington, offering full-day services for children 6 weeks through 5 years of age. Onsite FWISD and Arlington ISD certified preschool classes are offered to 3-5 year olds. Free programming for homeless families, sliding-scale for low-income families, and at cost for those who can afford it.
    Rosie K. Mauk Child Development Center (downtown Fort Worth) – 817.484.1560
    Polytechnic Child Development Center – 817.536.1731
    Arlington Child Development Center – 817.262.5910
  • Mission Arlington
    Job assistance, child care/transportation for those looking for work, utility/rent assistance, gas & prescription assistance, health/dental/eye offices.
    Contact: 817.277.6620
  • Workforce Solutions of Tarrant County
    Helps unemployed or homeless adults/youth find jobs, childcare through CCMS (contract with Child Care Associates), skills training, support services, tuition assistance, work clothes, and possible emergency assistance. (18-21yo)
    Contact: 817.413.4400 & 817.536.8559
  • United Community Centers Inc
    After school child care: Will pick up from school, have snack, and dinner at 5pm. Close at 6pm. Cost for after-school program is $25/week, plus $10 for each additional child. Summer day camp: A variety of activities and field trips for children and youth during the summer from 7:00am to 6:00pm. Cost is $40/week, plus $15 for each additional child.
    Bethlehem Center – 817.332.7911; 970 E Humbolt St, Fort Worth
    Polytechnic Community Center – 817.531.2803; 3100 Avenue I, Fort Worth
    Wesley Community Center – 817.625.8205; 3600 N Crump St, Fort Worth

Clothing, Food, and Household Items

  • Arlington Charities, Inc
    emergency food and clothing, and give away holiday baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas; also have a Christmas Store if there are enough donations; have to be a resident of Arlington or Grand Prairie residents on the Tarrant County side.
    Contact: 817-275-1511
    Fax: 817-275-1448
    Address: 811 Secretary Drive, Arlington, TX 76015
  • Cherished Hearts
    Contact: 817.798.830
    2200 Herrington Ct., Arlington 76018
  • Community Caring Center
    Food, clothing, small household appliances. Also will provide financial assistance with utilities electric and water and gasoline-all based on availability of funds. Serves 76020 or Azle ISD families only.
    Contact: 817.270.2962
    317 Commerce St, Azle, TX; Food,
  • Crowley House of Hope
    Food and clothing assistance, financial assistance, school and Christmas assistance, serve residents of Crowley or Crowley school district.
    Contact: 817.297.6400
    216 N Magnolia, Crowley
  • Crowley House of Hope Medical Center
    Provides free medical assistance to Crowley ISD families with no insurance
    Contact: 817.297.6495
    Next door to Crowley House of Hope
  • Eastside Ministries of Fort Worth
    Interfaith ministry program providing emergency food including baby food, supplemental food for disabled/elderly, clothing, blankets, and school supplies; Diapers and personal hygiene items if available. No financial aid available.
    Contact: 817.446.3278
    5929 E Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX
  • Embrace Texas
    Embrace Texas provides connection to several foster supply closets.
    Contact: 469.617.3174
    Contact: Haley Conner - [email protected]
    100 1/2 S. Tennessee St. Ste. 202 McKinney, TX 75069
  • Emergency Rental Assistance Program
    Tarrant County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), along with programs administered by the cities of Arlington and Fort Worth, will continue to accept applications for assistance and sufficient funding is available to those who qualify. Renters in Tarrant County who are having difficulty paying for their rent and/or utilities are encouraged to visit Get Rent Help to apply. Funds may be provided for unpaid, overdue rent and utilities from April 1, 2020, and for future rent, with up to 18 months of rental and utility assistance provided per household. Residents may be eligible to receive funds regardless of their immigration status. Financial assistance provided through the program will not be considered income.
    Contact: 817.850.7940 and select option 1
    Fill Out Application Online
  • First Baptist Church-Castle Hills
    Food pantry and clothing distributed on third Thursday of each month, serves Azle, Lake Worth, La Junta and Boyd
    Contact: 817.237.7086
    401 Beverly Rd, Azle
  • First Street Methodist Mission
    Food pantry Wed/Thurs 10am-1pm; bus passes; sack lunches Mondays 10a-1p and Wed 2:30p-4:30p; clothing, all ages; career closet; infant formula and diapers; hygiene items; holiday meals; start-up kits for those who recently found housing; Room in the Inn provides shelter Dec-Feb & July and Aug; limited rent/utility assistance; other services to homeless population. Many services require photo ID; serve all zip codes
    Contact: 817.335.6080
    801 West 1st St, Fort Worth, TX
  • FWISD-O.P.E.N. Doors Program
    Assist eligible school age participants with school records and enrollment, school clothing and supplies, transportation, and other school related concerns; Tutoring also available.
    Contact: 817.871.2000
    100 N University Dr, FW, TX
    Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake only (will not deny anyone food, no matter where they live) - food pantry, rent/utilities, clothing and furniture assistance, job skills training; also offers transitional housing for families, single men and single women.
    Contact: 817.488.7009
  • Just 4 U (Chosen Ones)
    Contact: 817.657.3115
    619 Gravel Dr., Fort Worth
  • The HOPE Center
    Services include food pantry, clothing. Serve all of Tarrant County on Tuesday and Friday.
    Contact: 817.451.6288
    3625 East Loop 820 South Fort Worth, 76119
  • Martin United Methodist Church
    Provides the following-PERSONAL CARE ITEMS: Bath Soap, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Deodorant, Shampoo, Conditioner, Depends, Diapers, Baby Wipes-HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Toilet Paper, Laundry Detergent, Dryer Sheets, Dishwashing Soap, Bathroom/Kitchen Cleaners, Vinegar, Bleach, Cleaning Wipes, Assorted Brushes, Sponges and Buckets.
    Contact: 817.734.7057
    2621 Bedford Rd, Bedford, TX.
  • Mission Arlington
    Provides food including formula/baby food, clothing includes blankets, furniture and emergency financial assistance. Will pick up furniture in good condition from Arlington residents. Also distributes fans when available to eligible households. Financial assistance includes gasoline assistance for verifiable employment or job interview as well as for rent, utility assistance and prescription vouchers. Other special services include transportation, school supplies & clothing, part-time medical & dental clinic, child passenger safety seats, and counseling. Very limited assistance available for car repairs-call to get details. English as a Second Language classes are provided in fifteen locations. Also operates a homeless day shelter.
    Contact: 817.277.6620
    210 West South Street, Arlington, 76010
  • New Hope Center (6 Stones Mission Network)
    Serves HEB area, distributes food and clothing to HEB residents.
    Contact: 817.868.1004
  • NICA (Northside Inter-Community Agency)
    Provides food, clothing, advocacy, case management, referral, crisis counseling. Bus passes, employment assistance, education and life skills classes, for NW Tarrant Co residents
    Contact: 817.626.1102
    1600 Circle Park Blvd, Fort Worth, TX
  • Travis Avenue Baptist Church
    Provides food and clothing to all zip codes on Friday from 8:30am--1:30ams
    Contact: 817.924.4266
    800 West Berry Street, FTW 76110

Legal Assistance

  • Equal Justice Volunteer Program
    Handles cases on housing problems, government benefits, health and medical care, utility problems, family law, consumer law and other civil matters; Does NOT handle: fee generating cases, criminal cases, traffic tickets, or suits to recover money of an injury personal injury.
    Contact: 817.336.3943
    600 E Weatherford St, Fort Worth, TX
  • Fathers for Equal Rights
    A non-profit organization that provides support and education for fathers, mothers, grandparents and anyone acting in the best interest of a child. Issues addressed include: divorce, paternity, child support and visitation enforcement.
    Contact: 817.870.4880
    1500 N. Main Street, Ste 120, Fort Worth, TX 76164
  • Generations United
    Information on current legislation and resources for grandparents raising grandchildren.
  • Grand Families
    serves as a national legal resource in support of grandfamilies within and outside the child welfare system. Organization works to educate individuals about state laws, legislation and policy in support of grandfamilies and provide technical assistance and training
  • Hughes Law Center
    Kellye Hughes
    Provides flat fee legal services for $5500. This covers everything from filing fees to the adoption decree. This can be more helpful for those who may have or do have a contested case.
    Contact: 817.465.4664
    5904 S. Cooper, Suite 104 PBM 185, Arlington, TX 76017
  • Lawyer Referral and Information Service
    Referrals to appropriate legal counsel.
    Contact: 817.336.4101
  • Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
    Free legal aid to low income families.
    Contact: 888.529.5277
  • Lone Star Legal Aid
    Provides a long list of free legal aid services. To apply, call or fill out application online.
    Contact: 1.800.299.5596
  • Methodist Children’s Home- GAP
    The Gap Program provides services to grandparents and other relatives who care for children in the absence of parents. We support families by providing in-home assessments, case management services and support groups for caregivers, including legal support. The Gap Program builds on the family’s strengths and works with all family members to find solutions to the challenges of raising children in today’s complex world. Will work with families with limited legal documentation, services are free.
    Contact: 1.800.964.9226
  • Methodist Justice Ministry
    MJM is the only pro bono legal organization in Tarrant County that will accept these sometimes-complicated cases that nearly always require a tremendous amount of time researching and securing documentation to present in court, along with providing counseling and financial assistance for ensuring a successful transition into a safe and nurturing home environment. Bilingual (English & Spanish). Works with undocumented families.
    Contact: 817.339.2407
  • One Safe Place
    Family Justice Center is able to provide/assist with: counseling, victim advocacy, law enforcement, prosecution, court support advocacy, immigration services, family civil legal services, spiritual support, childcare and development, research and education, planning and analysis, job skills training and career counseling, mentoring, dress for success, health care, child protection services, elder abuse, juvenile witness intervention, food and clothing, emergency financial assistance.
    Contact: 817.916.4323
    Corner of Rosedale and Hemphill, Fort Worth, TX
  • Safe Haven of Tarrant County Client Services
    Serves DV(intimate partner violence) population only. Provides emergency shelter, support groups, case management, counseling, legal advocacy representation, transitional housing assistance and therapeutic/educational children's programs. Bilingual (English & Spanish)
    24hr Hotline: 877.701.7233
    Outreach # 817.872.5004
    1100 Hemphill St, FTW, TX 76104
  • St. Philip Presbyterian Church
    Operated by Legal Aid of North Texas. Free legal advice clinic by appointment only.
    Contact: 817.336.3943
    745 West Pipeline, Hurst, TX;
  • Tarrant County Bar Association
    Provides intake services. Then, based on the case and the financial need, clients are matched with a low-bono or pro-bono lawyer to meet their needs.
    1315 Calhoun Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102
  • Chrissy R. Tefera
    Provides discounted cost legal services for conservatorship and adoption. They are able to provide low-bono and pro-bono legal aid for families based on financial need. Full price legal services for an adoption run between $3k and 8k.
    Contact: 817.503.0776
    1205 Hall Johnson Rd. Colleyville, TX 76034
  • Texas A&M University School of Law
    Provides free legal services to low-income clients in Tarrant County.
    Contact: 817.212.4123
  • Texas Law Help
    Provides forms and information on filing for relatives applying for care of a child, guardianship and more.
  • Texas Legal Service Center
    Texas Legal Services Center is a statewide nonprofit organization that provides legal advice, advocacy, representation, and education to underserved people across the state.
  • Texas Wesleyan Law Clinic
    Free legal assistance to women from domestic violence backgrounds. No direct referrals. Referrals must go through Lena Pope Home or Safe Haven. Call 2652# for quickest response.
    Contact: 817.255.2652 or 1.800.733.9529 or 817.429.8050
  • Trauma Support Services of North Texas
    Provide therapy and support services for survivors of trauma and their loved ones. Services include: personal and criminal justice advocacy, information and referral, individual, family and group therapy for trauma survivors and their families, assistance with filing for Crime Victim Compensation.
    Contact: 817.378.7158 or 972.709.4904
    1000 Bonnie Br. Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76111
  • The Women's Center
    Free counseling for rape or crime victims; Sliding scale or insurance (including Medicaid) for all others. Waiting list for therapy. Support groups; all ages and genders; assistance with Crime Victims’ Compensation forms; court preparation; trial accompaniment; support through entire legal process; free legal clinics; job search training and job placement; referrals and resources). M-F 8:30-5:00p. “Bilingual (English & Spanish)”
    Rape Crisis & Victim Services Hotline: 817.927.2737
    General Contact: 817.927.4040
    1723 Hemphill, Fort Worth, TX 76110

    Fort Worth Legal Clinics: Every 2nd & 4th Thursday @ 5:30pm - Family Law topics ONLY such as divorce, child support and custody, etc. Informational only; Children are NOT allowed during clinics.
    Contact: 817.927.4000

    Arlington Legal Clinics: 3rd Thursday of each month @ 4:00pm - Clinics in Arlington are for ANY legal matters EXCEPT criminal cases. Informational only; Legal Aid of Northwest Texas holds a clinic in our office every other month. Call for more information. Children are NOT allowed during clinics.
    Contact: 817.548.1663

Respite Care

  • MHMR (My Health My Resources Tarrant County)
    Bilingual (English & Spanish)
    Contact: 817.335.3022

    Care House - Crisis respite program for youth 13 - 17years old. Qualification requirements include: Crisis originating in Tarrant County, cannot be facing possible psychiatric hospitalization and no intent for imminent danger to self or others. Youth must voluntarily agree to participate in program services. Length of stay is typically up to 30 days. On- site schooling and individual and family therapy. No fees; other than insurance for medication purposes while youth is residing in program. Youth stay 5 days a week and go home on the weekends. (COVID POLICY PROHIBITS YOUTH TO GO HOME ON WEEKENDS AT THIS TIME; CALL FOR UPDATES). Private Placement and CPS Placement (direct number for professional use 817-569-5460)

    Crisis Respite Unit - Seven-day residential treatment for adults 18yo+ who are at risk of psychiatric crisis in Tarrant County. Patient must voluntarily agree to participate in program services. No fees; other than insurance for medication purposes while youth is residing in program

  • Center for ASD
    Provides respite care for all age groups of individuals who are on the autism spectrum 6yo through adulthood. See programs and age groups below. Groups are currently MWF, but will resume to M-F starting 2021. Registration is required, and spaces are limited. Register by phone or email at [email protected]. Bilingual (English & Spanish).

    X-Cel: Academic day program for 6yo – 18yo youth. The program provides structured activities that include reading, language, math, play, social engagement, and more. Program also invites community partners in to provide music therapy, yoga, art, and behavioral support. Hours are from 9am -2pm, Fees: $45 a day.

    Grow: After school program, 6yo – 18yo, From 2pm-5:30pm, Fees: $25 a day

    Reach: Adult day program very similar to the X-Cel program for 18+. Hours are from 9-5:30pm, Fees: $45 a day

    Thrive: A once a month fun night out program for children 6yo – 18yo (siblings of youth on the spectrum can join this program). Must call for dates and times. Fees: $15 for the night

  • Christ Chapel/FW/Breakaway Respite Ministry
    Provides a fun and free evening for children with special needs and their siblings (up to age 12) while parents break away for the evening. Once a month from 6:30p-9:30pm on a Friday. Must call for schedule details. (Respite services may resume in 2021 due to COVID-19).
    Contact: 817.731.4329
    3701 Birchman Ave, Fort Worth, TX
  • Easter Seals North Texas/Class-Community Living Assistance and Support Services
    Medicaid waiver program designed to help people with severe disabilities live, work and recreate in the community. Easter Seals provides case management services for the program. CLASS services may include physical, occupation and speech therapy, nursing services, daily living skills, adaptive communication devices, home modifications, medical and rehabilitation equipment, respite services, etc. This program does not pay for food or shelter.
    Contact: 817.332.7171
    1424 Hemphill, Fort worth, TX
  • Embrace Texas
    Each year Embrace Texas helps coordinate efforts between churches and volunteers to provide an annual respite night in December.
    Contact: 469.617.3174
    Contact: Haley - Conner [email protected]
    100 1/2 S. Tennessee St. Ste. 202 McKinney, TX 75069
  • Evening Stars
    Respite available 4th Friday from 6-10pm for 0-12yo.
    Contact: 817.281..4158 ext.225
    Contact Erica Freeman.
    First Baptist Church, Colleyville, TX
  • First Friday Program
    Free respite care for children with special needs 0-18yo (and their siblings) on the 1st Friday of the month from 6-10pm. Children are paired with a one on one volunteer buddy for a night of games, crafts, and movies.
    Point of Contact: Rev. Kay Lancaster
    Contact: 817.274.2571
    First United Methodist Church, 313 N Center St, Arlington, TX, 76011
  • First Methodist Church/Grapevine/Bryan’s Buddies Special Needs Respite Care
    Provides a safe and fun evening out for special needs children and their siblings.
    Contact: 817.488.9141 or 817.481.2559
    422 Church St, Grapevine, TX
  • Helping Restore Ability
    Provides services to children and adults with severe long-term disabilities of all types: physical, intellectual, cognitive, developmental disabilities, primarily in the metroplex area. This includes services to senior citizens with age related disabilities. Consumer Directed Services CDS-a voucher payment option program for children and adults with disabilities. The program empowers consumers to make personal decisions related to the delivery of personal assistance services and in-home respite services. Referrals received only from Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services DADS. Accepts most major insurances including Cook Children’s. Bilingual (English & Spanish).
    Contact: 817.469.1977
    4300 Beltway Place, Ste 130, Arlington, TX


  • ABC Pediatrics
    Trophy Club, Flower Mound, Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW), and Grapevine, TX. Occupational and physical therapy, Day camps also available.
    Contact: 972.410.5297
  • ACH's Real Help For Real Life
    Free help and support for youth and families through counseling and skill building classes.
    Contact: 817.335.4673
  • A Family Affair
    Counseling, parenting classes, life skills and more.
    Contact: 214.681.3005
    Taylor Burleson
  • Center for Counseling & Family Relationships
    Play therapy, couples’ therapy, individual counseling, filial therapy, family therapy. Accept Insurance; Optum, United Health Care, Cigna, Magellan, American behavioral Health, and Medicaid for Fostered/Adopted children (Aetna and BCBS are covering tele health).
    Contact: 817.232.9400
    4500 Mercantile Plaza Drive, Suite 307, Fort Worth TX 76137
  • Child Study Center
    Non-profit providing diagnosis and treatment services to children with developmental disabilities & related behavioral, emotional, or dental problems.
    Contact: 817-336-8611
  • Community Care Counseling
    Community Care Counseling provides academic support, tutoring, help connecting to resources in the community, housing, jobs, food, and mental health rehabilitation services. Mental Health services include:

    • • Psychosocial-Individual
    • • Psychosocial-Group
    • • Skills Training-Individual
    • • Skills Training-Group
    • • Crisis Intervention
    • • Medication Training & Support Services
    • • Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services
    • • Skills Training and Development Services
    • • Day Programs for Acute Needs
    • • Case Management
    • • Out-Patient Therapy
    • • Med Management

    Current Insurances accepted as of 3/31/21
    • • Community Health Choice
    • • Aetna
    • • Molina
    • • Cooks Children
    • • Superior Health
    Contact: 800.565.2411 Email: [email protected]
  • Cook Children’s Hospital
    Hospital just for kids - Inpatient 2-12yo; partial hospitalization for 6-17yo and outpatient services. Psychiatric help, behavioral health, speech therapy, programs for children/youth, normal hospital services just for kids; suicide hospital for children 0-13.
    Contact: 682-885-4000
  • Cornerstone Counseling Center
    Subsidy of North Richland Hills Baptist Church. Licensed professional counselors. Sliding scale income based, legal documentation required.
    Contact: 817.595.2520
  • ECI (Early Childhood Intervention)
    Helps children ages birth-3yo who have a medical diagnosis or a physical or mental condition that will probably result in developmental delay or problems in other cognitive or physical areas
    Contact: 888.754.0524 or 817.446.8000
  • Excel Ctr. at Millwood
    Specialized day treatment center meeting the emotional, behavioral and/or chemical dependency needs of children and adolescents ages 5 to 18; offer partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs M-F; an affiliate of Millwood Hospital, the Excel Center is a less restrictive treatment environment than an inpatient facility; free assessments; accepts most insurance.
    Contact: 817.335.6429
  • Hope Farm
    Hope Farm is a free leadership program for at risk boys, Christian Focus
    Contact: 817.926.9116
  • Huguley Behavioral Health Center
    In/out-patient detox; depression; mood disorders; psychiatric; ages 18+; serves Tarrant and adjacent counties.
    Contact: 817.568.5950
    11801 S. Freeway, Fort Worth, TX 76115
  • Journey Learning Center
    Services are provided year-round utilizing customized treatment approaches appropriate to each child's specific needs, such as Relationship Development Intervention RDI, Applied Behavioral Analysis ABA, speech therapy and occupational therapy.
    Contact: 817.416.9797
    2100 W Northwest Hwy #202, Grapevine, TX
  • Methodist Children's Home - GAP
    The GAP program serves grandparents and other relatives who care for children in the absence of parents. We support families by providing home assessments, case management services, and support groups for caregivers, including legal support. The GAP program builds on the strengths of the family and works with all family members to find solutions to the challenges of raising children in today's complex world. They will work with families with limited legal documentation, services are free. Contact: 1-800-964-9226
  • Perimeter Behavioral Hospital
    Psychiatric evaluations; medication management; outpatient and individual group and family therapies; crisis stabilization; TBRI, addiction treatment, four phases of trauma focused treatment.; partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient services to ages 5-17.
    Contact: 817.662.6341
    2707 Airport Freeway, Fort Worth and 2696 W. Walnut St, Garland
  • Renewing Family Strengths
    Seeking to help children and their families cope with mental health and behavioral health issues in the lives of children affected by trauma. Works on communication, social and assertiveness skills as well as stress management.
    Contact: 800.394.4939
  • Rush Creek Counseling Center
    Provides individual, group, and play therapy. Licensed and non-licensed counselors.
    Contact: 817.704.6991
  • Safe Harbor Counseling Center
    Faith based, will work with families who may not have legal documentation to prove custody so that they may provide services.
    Contact: 817.441.9345
    196 East Main Street Azle, TX 76020
  • The Art Station
    Specializing in art therapy, provides individual, family and group counseling services for children, teens and adults for issues that include but are not limited to: behavioral issues, adolescent and youth counseling, social skills, mood disorders, bereavement and grief, marriage and divorce, sexual abuse and physical abuse as well as trauma. Credentialed therapists specialize in art therapy, filial therapy, play therapy, trauma informed care and trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy. Sessions are available days, evenings and weekends
    Contact: 817.921.2401
    1616 Park Place Ave, FW, TX

Health care

  • Dental Health Arlington
    This clinic provides dental care to low-income individuals and families to help them avoid future health issues and emergency dental problems.
    Contact: 817.277.1165
    501 West Sanford St, Ste 11, Arlington, TX 76011
  • Health 4u Clinic
    Healthcare for women 18 to 64 yrs and Women 15 to 17 yrs with parent or legal guardian. Available to low income Texas resident, no health insurance, not pregnant. Must bring paycheck stub or copy of a check from the last 60 days, texas Benefits Medicaid ID card for one of your children, wIC certification, voucher; WIC/Lone Star Card shopping list, Letter from an employer, court papers that show you get child support, unemployment benefit award letter or pay stubs, Supplemental Security Income award letter or pay stubs. See website for more details.

    3825 Yucca Ave Suite #129 Fort Worth TX 76111

    1321 East Pioneer Parkway Arlington, Texas 76010

    Contact:817.759.CARE (2273)
    Email: [email protected]
  • Metroplex Women's Clinic
    At Metroplex Women’s Clinic, they provide hassle-free, no-cost services in a convenient, confidential atmosphere in Arlington, Texas. Currently, there are locations to assist women in the area. They provide specialized medical services, education, and counseling. No woman leaves the free pregnancy clinic without the help she needs to make an informed choice.

    FREE services:
    Free Pregnancy Test
    Various skill building classes
    Client Advocates
    Counseling, classes, educational material and more for men

    MWC NORTH 2810 NW Green Oaks Boulevard Arlington, TX 76012
    Contact: 817.299.9599

    MWC SOUTHEAST 5150 S. Collins Arlington, TX 76018
    Contact: 817.557.9111

    MWC SOUTHWEST 7603 US Hwy 287 N. Frontage Road Arlington, TX 76001
    Contact: 817.563.6999
  • Mission Arlington Dental Clinic
    Services include exams, cleanings, fillings, extractions and denture care. A limited number of patients receive root canals and crowns.
    Guidelines: Dental Clinic has provided quality care “free of charge” to low-income residents in Arlington, the Tarrant County portion of Grand Prairie, and the surrounding communities of Kennedale, Mansfield, Pantego and Dalworthington Gardens.

    •New patients must have current proof of residency in Kennedale, Arlington or the Mansfield Independent School District;
    •New patients must also have proof of income, such as: a food stamp card, John Peter Smith card, school free or reduced lunch paperwork or a check stub, etc.

    Mission Arlington: 817.277.6620
    Dental Clinic Voicemail: 817.277.6620 ext. 3010
    New appointments (First Mon.): 817.860.4474
    210 W South St, Arlington, TX 76010
  • Mission Arlington Medical Clinic
    The clinic is located at the Mission Arlington main offices and opens to see patients on a first come/first serve basis at 9:00 am Monday-Friday, and at 6:00 pm on Tuesdays. When volunteer doctors are available, the clinic will be open at other times as well. Guidelines: For more than 20 years, the Dr. Bob Mann Medical Clinic has provided quality health care at no cost to low-income residents of Arlington, the Tarrant County portion of Grand Prairie and surrounding communities of Kennedale, Mansfield, Pantego and Dalworthington Gardens.

    •New patients must have current proof of residency in Kennedale, Arlington or the Mansfield Independent School District;
    •New patients must also have proof of income, such as: a food stamp card, John Peter Smith card, school free or reduced lunch paperwork or a check stub, etc.

    Mission Arlington: 817.277.6620
    Medical Clinic: 817.277.9597


  • Goodwill
    Goodwill North Central Texas, in conjunction with Tarrant County Adult Education and Literacy, is proud to announce a new opportunity for adults 25 years and older to obtain their high school equivalency/GED. Classes will be taught Monday - Thursday from 12:30 - 3:30, with additional opportunities to gain extra knowledge on Fridays. This is a Fast Track program and students are encouraged to take the GED test within 8-10 weeks. Contact: Bradley Leake @[email protected] 817.332.7866 ext. 2044 Theresa Lam @ [email protected] 817.332.7866 ext. 2040
  • Workforce Solutions Workforce Solutions offers a selection of free classes available to all individuals 17 or older. Whether you need a refresher in math/reading/writing, need to get your High School Equivalency (HSE), or need to improve your English skills, we have a class for you. Virtual and remote learning options are available! Registration is required to attend classes. To get registered or to get more information call.

    •Adult Basic Education – (Pre-Ged) These classes range from basic literacy classes that teach adults how to read to pre high school level material to help adults toward earning a high school equivalency (GED).

    •Adult Secondary – (GED)These classes prepare adults for success on obtaining their High School Equivalency (HSE) test.

    • English Language Acquisition (ELA/ESL/ESLP) – These classes assist adults in learning to speak, read, and write English at all levels. Have a foreign degree? ESL for Professionals provides access to training opportunities in your current field or new careers for advanced level students.

    • Workplace Literacy – Adult Education and Literacy provides classes onsite for the employer customized to the needs of the business to improve English language and math/reading/writing skills for employees. Instructors and curriculum are provided onsite by the program at no cost to the employer. Additionally, training opportunities can be identified and provided to enhance the employee skills and add value for the employer.

    Transitions/Training Career
    These classes are for high level students that may or may not have their high school diploma yet. Students will develop workplace and college readiness skills and receive hands on career training in their chosen field while earning an in-demand credential. Remote learning options are available!

    • Adult Education & Literacy offers career training services free of charge to students. We have several providers across Tarrant County that provide career training in high demand occupations such as Certified Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy, EKG, Accounting Tech., Commercial Drivers License (CDL), and more. Adult Vocational Academy – The Adult Vocational Academy is a combination of literacy training, vocational training and connection to local employers that allows you to achieve an industry valued credential and introduces you to employers hiring for that credential. Through a partnership with Tarrant County College, this is offered at no cost to you, if eligible. For more information, head over to our Career Training page. Remote learning options are available!
    [email protected] or message on their web chat to speak to a live representative.

  • Tarrant County Adult Education Literacy Consortium
    The TCAELC is a collaboration between the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County, Fort Worth ISD (FWISD), Tarrant County College District (TCCD), Arlington ISD (AISD), Birdville ISD (BISD), Tarrant Literacy Coalition, The Learning Center of North Texas, Region XI, DARS, and various Tarrant County Civic, Religious, and Community partners to provide educational and career opportunities for adults (18 years of age or older) in Tarrant County that may be struggling due to limited education.

    5901 Fitzhugh
    Fort Worth , TX 76119
    Primary Contact:
    Benita Jones Phone: 817.515.2513 Ext:52513
    [email protected]

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