Telephone Numbers and Other Resources You Might Need

IN MEMORY

The driving force behind the original Green Book Directory of Community Resources was an indomitable woman named Pam Masters. For all who loved her and shared her love of Johnson County and the people who live here, she is missed beyond words.

USING THE DIRECTORY

Our Board of Directors recognizes the efforts of the agencies who have worked to create an updated Community Resource Directory and they a pleased to offer it on our website; uwjctx.com.

JOHNSON COUNTY

  • Non-Emergency Services

    211 (Call center open 24/7)

  • Johnson County Sheriff

    (817) 556-6060

    • *Alvarado Police
    • *Godley Police
    • *Grandview Police
    • *Joshua Police
    • *Keene Police
    • *Rio Vista Police
    • *Venus Police

    All Local Police Departments listed with an * are reached at the JC Sheriff’s Office at (817) 556-6060

  • Burleson Police

  • Cleburne Police

  • Crowley Police

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

A WISH WITH WINGS (817) 469-9474
ACH CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES (817) 335-4673
ADULT EDUCATION (817) 202-1108
ADVENTIST COMMUNITY SERVICES DISASTER (817) 641-7679
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: CLEBURNE (817) 202-8848
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS OLD TOWNE.BURLESON (817) 447-0922
ALVARADO HELPING HANDS (817) 783-2701
ALVARADO SENIOR CENTER (817) 783-8481
ALZHEIMER' S ASSOCIATION (800) 272-3900
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY (800) 737-9992
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION (888) DIABETES
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION (817) 698-5400
AMERICAN LEGION (817) 790-0997
AREA AGENCY ON AGING (800) 252-3921
ARTS UNLIMITED (817) 760-7750
ATTORNEY GENERAL: CHILD SUPPORT (800) 252-8014
BURLESON SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER (817) 295-6614
CAREITY FOUNDATION (817) 882-4100
CASA OF JOHNSON COUNTY (817) 558-6995
CHILDREN' S ADVOCACY CENTER OF JOHNSON CO (817) 558-1599
CHRISTIAN WOMEN' S JOB CORPS (817) 645-9979
CHRISTMAS IN ACTION (817) 774-2022
CITY OF CLEBURNE HOUSING (817) 202-0937
CLEBURNE LIONS CLUB (817) 487-3279
CLEBURNE PREGNANCY CENTER (817) 641-7741
CLEBURNE SENIOR CENTER (817) 645-0993
COMMUNITY HOSPICE (817) 558-8302
COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES INC (817) 558-9559
COMMUNITY PARTNERS (817) 202-2205
CRAZY 8 MINISTRIES (817) 447-0088
CRIME STOPPERS (800) 794-8477
DAYSPRING CENTER FOR COUNSELING (972) 570-9828
DEPARTMENT OF ASSISTIVE & REHABILTATIVE SERVICES TEXAS WORKFORCE (817) 413-2540
DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY & PROTECTIVE SERVICES (817) 202-2200
DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES (817) 264-4500
DEPT. TEXAS WORKFORCE SOLUTION: VOCATIONAL & REHABILITATION SERVICES (DARS) (817) 759-3500
EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION (888) 754-0524
EAST CLEBURNE COMMUNITY CENTER (817) 556-3716
EASTER SEALS (888) 617-7171
FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF JOHNSON COUNTY (817) 641-2343
FIRST CANDLE (SIDS) (800) 641-7437
GLADNEY CENTER FOR ADOPTION (817) 922-6000
HANNAH'S HOUSE SUPERVISED VISITATION/EXCHANGE CENTER (972) 238-8888
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION (817) 558-9990
HELPING OPEN PEOPLE'S EYES (H.O.P.E) (817) 558-8807
HERE FOR TEXAS (817) 525-8181
HOPE MEDICAL/DENTAL CLINIC (817) 641-5858
HUGULEY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER (817) 568-5950
JOHNSON COUNTY HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START
JOHNSON COUNTY INDIGENT HEALTH CARE (817) 558-0111
JOHNSON COUNTY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICTS FAMILY LIAISONS SEE INDIVIDUAL ISD NUMBERS
JOHNSON COUNTY LEGAL CLINIC (817) 336-3943
JOHNSON COUNTY RESTORE (817) 556-2613
JOHNSON COUNTY SUPPORTING OUR SENIORS (JCSOS) (817) 645-9153
KEENE ANNEX/SENIOR CENTER (817) 641-9804
LEGAL AID OF NORTHWEST TEXAS (817) 336-3943
LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE BLIND (817) 332-3341
M.A.D.D. (817) 810-9300
MEADOW BROOKS SOUARE (GODLEY HOUSING) (817) 389-2180
MEALS ON WHEELS OF JOHNSON & ELLIS COUNTIES (817) 558-2840
METHODIST HOME CARE (817) 529-7555
MONCRIEF CANCER INSTITUTE (800) 405-7739
NAMI: JOHNSON COUNTY NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS
NATIONAL RUNAWAY SWITCHBOARD (800) 786-2929
NEXT STEP WOMEN’S CENTER (817) 295-4101
N.CENTRAL TEXAS CHAPTER OF MS SOCIETY (817) 306-7003
N.CENTRAL TEXAS WORKFORCE (817) 641-6201
N. TEXAS POISON CENTER (800) 222-1222
OPEN DOOR MINISTRIES (817) 295-7671
OPERATION BLESSING (817) 645-8511
PECAN VALLEY CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL & DEVELOPMENTAL HEALTHCARE (PECAN VALLEY MHMR) (817) 558-1121
PROMISES COUNSELING & COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF 1ST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BURLESON (817) 295-2718
PROTECTIVE & REGULATORY SERVICES ADULT (817) 202-220
REPRESENTATIVE DeWAYNE BURNS District 58 (682) 309-3887
SALVATION ARMY OF JOHNSON COUNTY (817) 558-1296
SER NATIONAL (SERVICE, EMPLOYMENT & REDEVELOPMENT) (817) 641-0682
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (800) 772-1213
SOUTHWESTERN DIABETIC FOUNDATION INC (940) 665-2011
SPIRIT OF SHARING (817) 645-3342
STAR COUNCIL ON SUBSTANCE ABUSE (817) 645-5517
TARRANT AREA FOOD BANK: SNAPS PROGRAM (682) 465-5985
TEXAS AGRILIFE EXTENSION-JOHNSON COUNTY, TEXAS DEPT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES (817) 556-6370
TEXAS DEPT. OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES/CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS (CSHCN) (817) 579-2117
TEXAS DEPT. OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES (817) 517-2306
TEXAS HEALTH CLEBURNE: HEALTHY EDUCATION LIFESTYLES PROGRAM (682) 238-0132
TEXAS HEALTH RESOURCES: SUPPORT GROUPS (817) 556-4297
THE BRIDGE, MINISTRY OF WESTHILL CHURCH OF CHRIST CLEBURNE (817) 641-3912
THE MENDED NETWORK (817) 986-1458
THE PARENTING CENTER (817) 332-6348
THE VENTING PLACE, MINISTRY OF OPERATION BLESSING (817) 645-3240
TRINITY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY (817) 926-9219
UNITED RESPONSE SEARCH & RESCUE TEAM (817) 501-9296
UNITED WAY OF JOHNSON COUNTY (817) 645-9153
VETERAN'S SERVICE OFFICE (817) 556-6353
VICTIM RELIEF MINISTRY (817) 645-6621
WIC OUTREACH HEALTH SERVICES (817) 641-6110
WINGS OF HOPE EQUITHERAPY (817) 790-8810
YOUR HARVEST HOUSE (817) 295-6252

SUBJECT INDEX

  • Gladney Center for Adoption
  • Protective and Regulatory Services

  • Alvarado Helping Hands for Jesus
  • Alvarado Senior Citizen and Community Center
  • Alzheimer's Association
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Legion - Alvarado, Cleburne
  • American Red Cross
  • Area Agency on Aging of North Central Texas
  • Alts Unlimited Southwest
  • Burleson Senior Activity Center
  • Christmas in Action
  • City of Cleburne Housing Agency
  • Cleburne Senior Center
  • Community Hospice of Texas
  • Crime Stoppers
  • Department of Assistive & Rehabilitation Division of Blind
  • Division of Rehabilitation Services
  • East Cleburne Community Center
  • Family Crisis Center
  • Harvest House
  • Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
  • Johnson County Indigent Health Care
  • Johnson County Legal Clinic
  • Keene Housing Authority
  • Keene Senior Center
  • Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
  • Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth
  • Lonestar Chapter of National MS Society
  • Love Lifted Me
  • Low Income Housing
  • Meadow Brooks Square (Godley Housing)
  • Meals on Wheels of Johnson County
  • Methodist Home Care
  • North Texas Poison Center
  • Pecan Valley Center for Behavioral & Developmental Healthcare (MHMR)
  • Prevent Blindness Texas
  • Protective and Regulatory Services, Adult
  • Reading & Radio Resource
  • Salvation Army of Johnson County
  • SER
  • Sherwood Arms Apartments, Keene
  • Social Security Administration
  • Tarrant Area Food Bank SNAP Program
  • Texas Agrilife Extension of Johnson County
  • Texas Department of Health State Services
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Support Groups
  • United Response Search and Rescue Team
  • Veteran's Service Office
  • Victim Assistance
  • Westhill Church of Christ - Benevolent Program
  • Alzheimer's Support Group, Burleson
  • Christian Record Services for the Blind
  • Cleburne Lions Club
  • Department of Assistive and Rehabilitation Services
  • Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
  • Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth
  • Prevent Blindness Texas
  • Reading & Radio Resource
  • Social Security Administration
  • Wings of Hope Equitherapy
  • Attorney General for Texas, Child Support
  • Casa of Johnson County
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Johnson County
  • Department of Family and Protective Services
  • Early Childhood Intervention
  • National Runaway Switchboard
  • North Texas Poison Center
  • Protective and Regulatory Services
  • The Parenting Center
  • A Wish with Wings
  • ACH Child & Family Services
  • Burleson Pregnancy Aid Center
  • CASA of Johnson County
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Johnson County
  • CISD McKinney-Vento Homeless Liaison
  • Cleburne Lions Club
  • Cleburne Pregnancy Center
  • Community Hospice of Texas
  • Crime Stoppers
  • Department of State Health Services
  • Early Childhood Intervention
  • East Cleburne Community Center
  • Easter Seals North Texas
  • Family Crisis Center
  • Gladney Center for Adoption
  • Hannah's House Supervised Visitation & Exchange Center
  • Harvest House
  • Homeless/ CISD
  • Johnson County Head Start/Early Head Start
  • National Runaway Switchboard
  • Rainbow Room, Community Partners of Johnson County Southwestern Diabetic Foundation Inc.
  • Texas Department of Health State Health Services
  • United Response Search and Rescue Team
  • WIC Outreach Health Services
  • Wings of Hope - Equitherapy
  • Beautiful Feet
  • Goodwill Industries
  • Your Harvest House
  • Operation Blessing
  • Promises
  • Salvation Army
  • Spirit of Sharing Ministry
  • The Bridge
  • ACH Child and Family Services
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Beautiful Feet
  • Burleson Pregnancy Aid Center
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Johnson County
  • Cleburne Pregnancy Center
  • Dayspring Center for Counseling
  • Early Childhood Intervention
  • Family Crisis Center
  • Gladney Center for Adoption
  • Johnson County Legal Clinic
  • Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
  • Moncrief Cancer Institute
  • Pecan Valley MHMR
  • Promises
  • The Parenting Center
  • The Venting Place/Operation Blessing
  • Crime Stoppers
  • Johnson County Police Department/Sheriff
  • Crime Victim Support - See Victim Assistance
  • Community Opportunities, Inc.
  • Division of Rehabilitation Services
  • Easter Seals North Texas
  • Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
  • Social Security Administration, SSI
  • Wings of Hope Equitherapy
  • Community Opportunities
  • Division of Rehabilitation Services
  • Easter Seals North Texas
  • Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
  • Johnson County Head Start/Early Head Start
  • Pecan Valley Center for Behavioral & Developmental Healthcare (MHMR)
  • Social Security Administration, SSI
  • Wings of Hope Equitherapy
  • Division of Rehabilitation Services
  • Health and Human Services Commission(HHSC)
  • Lighthouse for the Blind
  • Social Security Administration, SSI
  • Wings of Hope Equitherapy
  • Adventist Community Services
  • American Red Cross
  • Promises
  • Salvation Army of Johnson County
  • The Bridge, Ministry of Westhill Church of Christ
  • United Response Search & Rescue
  • American Diabetes Association
  • American Heart Association
  • Careity Foundation (Cancer)
  • see Substance Abuse
  • Adult Education
  • East Cleburne Community Center
  • Texas Agrilife Extension - Johnson County
  • The Parenting Center @ The Station House
  • WIC
  • ACH Child and Family Services
  • Family Crisis Center
  • The Venting Place
  • Alvarado Helping Hands for Jesus
  • Harvest House
  • Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
  • Meals on Wheels of Johnson and Ellis Counties
  • Operation Blessing
  • Promises
  • Salvation Army of Johnson County
  • Spirit of Sharing Ministry
  • The Bridge
  • WIC Outreach Health Services
  • Goodwill Industries
  • Your Harvest House
  • Johnson County Restore
  • American Red Cross
  • First Candle, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Alliance
  • Moncrief Cancer Institute
  • North Texas Poison Center
  • Texas Department of Health State Services
  • Texas Health Resources: Support Groups
  • WIC
  • A Wish with Wings
  • Community Hospice of Texas
  • City of Cleburne Housing Agency
  • Operation Blessing
  • Salvation Army
  • Your Harvest House
  • Texas Department of State Health Services
  • Area Agency on Aging of North Central Texas
  • Johnson County Legal Clinic
  • Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
  • Careity Foundation
  • Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
  • Hope Medical/Dental Clinic
  • Huguley Behavioral Health Center
  • Johnson County Indigent Health Care
  • Mental Health Services
  • Moncrief Cancer Institute
  • NAMI/Johnson County National Alliance on Mental Illness
  • Pecan Valley Center for Behavioral & Developmental Healthcare (MHMR)
  • Lonestar Chapter of National MS Society
  • North Central Texas Chapter of National MS Society
  • The Parenting Center
  • WIC
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
  • North Texas Poison Center
  • CASA of Johnson County
  • Children's Advocacy Center
  • Family Crisis Center
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Cleburne ALCO Group
  • Alcoholics Anonymous - Old Towne Group
  • Helping Open People's Eyes (H.O.P.E.)
  • Huguley Behavioral Health Center
  • STAR Council
  • The Venting Place
  • Alcoholics Anonymous, All Groups
  • Alzheimer's Association
  • Alzheimer's Support Group, Burleson
  • First Candle - SIDS
  • H.O.P.E. - Helping open People's Eyes
  • Huguley Behavioral Health Center
  • Mental Health Support Group/Operation Blessing
  • Promises
  • Promises
  • Texas Health Resources: Support Groups
    • Better Breathers Club
    • Better Breathers Club
    • Cindy Taylor's Arthritis Support Group
    • Diabetes Support Group
    • Grief Recovery Support Group
    • Help My Heart Support Group
    • Joint Camp (Joint Replacement)
    • Mommy & Me Breastfeeding Support Group
    • Parkinson's Support Group
  • Harvest House Operation Blessing
  • Promises
  • Salvation Army
  • Spirit of Sharing Ministry
  • Texas Neighborhood Services
  • The Bridge
  • American Legion - Alvarado, Cleburne
  • North Central Texas WorkForce
  • Veteran's Service Office: Victim Assistance
  • Victim Relief Ministry
  • Christian Women's Job corps (CWJC)
  • Community Opportunities
  • Division of Rehabilitation Services
  • North Central Texas WorkForce
  • Promises

3751 West Freeway.
Ft. Worth, TX 76107

(817) 469-9474
(817) 731-3399 Fax
WEBSITE: awishwithwings.org
Judy Young, Director/Executive
SERVICES PROVIDED: Grant wishes to children with life-threatening diseases
HOURS: Mon - Fri, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY:

  • Have life-threatening disease (not necessarily terminal).
  • Prior medical approval.
  • Children 3 to 18 yrs. of age.

INTAKE: Call or mail request
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Reside or receiving treatment in Texas
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

3712 Wichita Street
Fort Worth, TX 76119

Cleburne: 1200 W. Henderson St., Suite F, Cleburne, TX 87033 by appointment only
(817) 335-4673
(817) 335-HOPE
After hours’ crisis (817) 335-4673 answered 24 hours
1-888-296-8099
(817) 413-9466 Fax
E-MAIL: help@achservices.org
WEBSITE: www.achservices.org
Lead Counselor: Courtney Mann
Program Name: Real Help for Real Life
GENERAL PURPOSE: Protecting children, preserving families since 1915
SERVICES PROVIDED: Counseling services and skill-building classes for youth and their families struggling with real-life issues such as conflicts at home or school, bullying, lack of motivation at school, anger management, reckless or criminal behavior, and talk of running away. Bilingual sessions available
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 8:30 PM (main office, Ft. Worth) Cleburne office hours vary.
Call main office, (817) 335-4673 for appointment.
ELIGIBILITY:

  • Ages 0-17, and their families.
  • Cannot have an open CPS case, and youth cannot be on formal probation or adjudicated.

INTAKE: Call crisis hotline or call main office during office hours
FEES: None.
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson and Tarrant Counties
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish by appointment.

311 Featherstone, Office #4
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 202-1478
Fax (817) 202-1108
Angie Ruiz, Director
WEBSITE: www.dentonisd.org/adulted
SERVICES PROVIDED: Adult Education Classes, general educational development (GED) preparation classes and English as a second language (ESL) classes, literacy classes.
HOURS: Office hours Mon-Thur 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, class times vary
ELIGIBILITY:

  • Any person wanting to enter GED preparation classes must not be enrolled in high school or have a diploma.
  • A Social Security card and Texas I.D. or Driver's License will be needed to enroll.
  • A 17-year-old must also provide the official withdrawal papers from the last school they attended, as well as a parental statement allowing the person to enroll and attend classes (signed and dated).
  • A 16-year-old is only allowed to enroll if they are court-mandated to attend GED classes.
  • They must also provide the withdrawal papers and parental permission statement.

INTAKE: Call or go to office for registration information
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson and Hood, Somervell, Erath Counties
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Yolanda Acevedo

RESPONSE P.O. Box 35
Keene, TX 76059

702 N. Old Betsy
Keene, TX 76059

(817) 641-7679
Fax (817) 641-7682
E-MAIL: swatts@txsda.org
WEBSITE: txsda.org
PROGRAM NAME: Adventist Community Services Disaster Response Depot
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Disaster response with prepackaged clothing outfits, personal care kits and blankets.
  • We respond to disasters state-wide affecting more than 50 homes as needed.
  • We are a department of the Texas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, home office in Alvarado.
  • We have two semi-trucks loaded with prepackaged clothing outfits (shirt, pants, new underwear and new socks), personal care kits (towel, washcloth, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, shampoo, deodorant, etc.) and blankets provided by Church World Service.
  • We respond to tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, etc. to bring clothing and bedding to disaster victims.
  • Donation Management.
  • Member of Johnson County and Texas State VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster.)

ELIGIBILITY: Disaster victims at disaster sites
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Texas and surrounding states
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Joe Watts

413 East Henderson
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 645-9959
E-MAIL: lore_devra_levin@yahoo.com
NON SMOKING FACILITY
SERVICES PROVIDED: Provides support for attaining and maintaining sobriety
HOURS:

  • Monday: Noon-discussion, 7:00 PM discussion 8:30 PM Back to Basics
  • Tuesday: Noon-Step Study, 7:00 PM Step Study
  • Wednesday: Noon-Big Book Study, 6:00 PM (every Wed except last in Month) Newcomers
  • Thursday: Noon-discussion, 7:00 PM discussion
  • Friday: Noon-discussion, 8:00 PM speaker meeting — Step Study
  • Saturday: Noon-discussion, 8:00 PM Speaker meeting (last of month)
  • Sunday: 11:00 AM Spiritual Break, 7:00 PM discussion

ELIGIBILITY: Anyone who desires to quit drinking
INTAKE: Come to meeting.
FEES: None, contributions accepted
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish

129 W. Ellison
Burleson, TX 76028

(817) 447-0922
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Provides support for attaining and maintaining sobriety.
  • All non-smoking meetings.

HOURS:

  • 7 days a week, 12:00 noon and 8:00 PM
  • Open meetings Mon 8:00 PM, Tue and Thu at noon. Sat 8:00 PM
  • Al-anon (Family Support): Tue and Thu 8:00 PM

ELIGIBILITY: Anyone desiring to quit drinking
INTAKE: Come to meeting
FEES: None, contributions collected as possible
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County area

404 N. Parkway
P.O. Box 1002-mailing address
Alvarado, TX 76009

(817) 783-2701
FAX (817) 783-2235
Beth Bartlett, Director/Administrator
EMAIL: hh4jesus@gmail.com
GENERAL PURPOSE: Assistance to low-income families
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Food, clothing and household items.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1995.
  • Does not provide utilities assistance

HOURS: Mon 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM, Tues-Wed - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Low-income families in Alvarado, Lillian, Venus and Grandview
INTAKE: In-person
FEES: None. Funded through: donations of money, food, clothing, and household items
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Alvarado, Lillian, Venus and Grandview
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

201 E. College
Alvarado, TX 76009

(817) 783-8481
Sherri Rodriquez, Director
SERVICES PROVIDED: Community activities, senior programs, youth activities, fitness, or call for more activities
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Residents of Alvarado
INTAKE: Call or stop by
FEES: None/some programs are fee-based. Funded through: Local, state and federal
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Alvarado

2630 West Freeway Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX 76102-7117

(817) 336-4949
1-800-272-3900
Help Line 24/7
Theresa Hocker, CEO, President
CONTACT: shelly.young@alz.org
WEBSITE: www.alz.org/northcentraltexas
SERVICES PROVIDED: Education, information and referral, support group, counseling, case management
HOURS: Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
INTAKE: Call or e-mail
FEES: Based on programs or services provided. Most services are at no charge to families.
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

1300 Summit Ave. Ste. 350
Fort Worth, TX 76102

817-737-9992
WEBSITE: www.cancer.org
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Health-related equipment
  • Breast surgery rehabilitation/support counseling
  • Support groups
  • Scholarship
  • Free wigs
  • Transportation
  • Smoking cessation programs.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Cancer patient
INTAKE: None
CONTACT PERSON: Intake
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

4100 Alpha Rd., Ste. 100
Dallas, TX 75243

1-888-DIABETES
WEBSITE: www.diabetes.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: To prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Funds research, publishes scientific findings, provides information and other services to people with diabetes, their families, health professionals and the public. The association is also actively involved in advocating for scientific research and for the rights of people with diabetes.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: No direct service
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: North Texas Area
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Quincy Neal

2630 West Freeway, Suite 250
Worth, TX 76102

(817) 698-5400
1-888-433-7770
E-MAIL: sarah.bowen@heart.org
WEBSITE: www.americanheart.org
Katie Sperry, Executive Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: The American Heart Association is a national voluntary agency whose mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Fund research and provide community education programs.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Anyone needing more information on cardiovascular diseases and stroke
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: North Texas Area

Alvarado POST 426
P.O. Box 1855, 8500 FM 3136
Alvarado, TX 76009

(817) 790-0997
HOURS: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM Closed at 7:00 PM on Sundays
Cleburne POST 50

313 W. Chambers
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 645-6053
HOURS: Hours vary. Call for information
SERVICES PROVIDED: Veteran's assistance, financial assistance, and transportation
HOURS: Call. Hours vary
ELIGIBILITY: Veterans
INTAKE: Walk-in
FEES: Call (817) 645-6053
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

P.O. Box 5888
Arlington, TX 76005-5888
616 Six Flags Drive, Suite 200
Arlington, TX 76011

1-800-272-3921
Fax (817) 695-9274
E-MAIL: dgreen@nctcog.org
WEBSITE: www.nctcog.org/cs/aging
GENERAL PURPOSE: Plan, provide and coordinate services for persons age 60 and over and their family caregivers.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  1. Benefits counseling
  2. Long-term care ombudsman
  3. Legal assistance
  4. Care coordination
  5. Caregiver support coordination
  6. Homemaker
  7. Caregiver education & training
  8. Respite care
  9. Nursing home relocation

Providing services in Johnson County since 1966.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Persons age 60 and over and their family caregivers of any age who live in Johnson, Collin, Denton, Ellis, Erath, Hood, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, Palo Pinto, Parker, Rockwall, Somervell & Wise counties
INTAKE: Varies by program - call for more information
FEES: None, although contributions are accepted
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: N/A, although Agency subscribes to Language Line
CONTACT PERSON: Doni Green, Chief Aging Programs Officer

1663 W. Henderson, Ste. 29 (inside Nolan River Mall)
Cleburne, TX 76033
P.O. Box 361, Keene, TX 76059

(817) 760-7750
E-MAIL: artsunlimitedsouthwest@gmail.com
WEBSITE: www.artsunlimitedsouthwest.com
GENERAL PURPOSE: Through music, art, and reading, develop the creative and expressive potential of people regardless of their age, ability, or circumstances in a safe supportive setting so that they might contribute to the life and spirit of our community.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • For children ages 3-5, storybook songs.
  • For babies 5months 6 yrs. and caregivers, Music Together.
  • Youth, ages 10-17, can participate in the community youth choir.
  • Singing classes are available for ages 7-10. There is a community youth band for ages 11-16.
  • Adults can participate in the New Horizons Band.
  • Private music lessons and family fun nights are available for all ages.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 10:30 AM - 6 PM
FEES: Differ by class
INTAKE: Fill out registration form and sign up for chosen activity/class

P.O. Box 12548
Austin, TX 78711-2548 2101 E. St Elm Rd., Building 2, Suite 225
Austin, TX 78744-1863

1-800-252-8014
WEBSITE: www.oag.state.tx.us/child/mainchil.htm
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Child support unit assists in locating a non-custodial parent
  • Establishing paternity
  • Establishing and enforcing child support orders
  • Medical support orders
  • Reviewing and adjusting child support payments
  • Collecting and distributing child support

HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: None
INTAKE: Call or visit website for application
FEES: None
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish

216 SW Johnson Ave., Burleson, TX 76028

(817) 295-6611
E-MAIL: pbenjamin@burlesontx.com
WEBSITE: Burlesontx.com
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Provide a place for Senior adults to meet, play games and socialize.
  • Classes in art, dance, crafts, quilting, knitting, and crochet.
  • Presentations of services offered in and around Burleson.
  • Health screenings.
  • Monthly dances, dominoes, Bingo, Rummikub, Bridge, Wii Bowling, Craft Fairs, and more

HOURS:

  • Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Tues, Thu 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
  • Sat 7:45 AM - 12 noon and 3:30 PM - 8:30 PM

ELIGIBILITY: Anyone age 50+
FEES: None
INTAKE: Anyone is welcome anytime during hours of operation. Please fill out emergency contact card (ask a staff member for assistance-+). Sign in upon arrival.

P.O. Box 126038, Fort Worth, TX 76126
11805 South 1-35 West, Suite 201, Burleson, TX 76028, Careity Breast Care Center

(817) 882-4100
E-MAIL: Iwaish@careity.org
WEBSITE: careity.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: Careity Foundation is a 501 C (3) organization dedicated to providing on-site support services in an oncology setting for economically challenged cancer patients and through early detection events in N. Texas. Careity Children’s Cancer Fund and Palliative Care Protection is directed at providing relief to children and devastating diseases and life-threatening illnesses.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Cancer navigation
  • Psychotherapy
  • Chaplain services
  • Dietician services
  • Nutritional supplements
  • Feeding tubes
  • Medical massage therapy
  • Reflexology
  • Acupuncture
  • Patient gas cards
  • Mammograms
  • Diagnostics and biopsies.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Fully funded mammograms, diagnostic mammograms, biopsies for women without insurance or adequate insurance.
  • All types of cancer patients who are either uninsured or underinsured.

FEES: None
INTAKE: Call Careity office (817) 882-4100

P.O. Box 3462
210 Featherston
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 558-6995
Fax (817) 556-9522
E-MAIL: kathy@casajohnsoncounty.org
WEBSITE: casajohnsoncounty.org
Kathy McClure, Executive Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: The mission of CASA of Johnson County is to train and supervise community volunteers to speak out for abused and neglected children in court proceedings so that they can be permanently placed in a safe, nurturing environment as quickly as possible. SERVICES PROVIDED: CASA volunteers look out for the best interests of children in the care of CPS. CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to investigate the child's circumstances and make recommendations as to what should happen to the child - whether it be family reunification, placement with relatives or placed for adoption. CASA insures these children do not get "lost" in the system. CASA coordinates with CPS, attorneys for the children, Children's Advocacy Center, County Attorney's office, and other services and/or agencies the child may need. Providing services in Johnson County since 2003.
HOURS:

  • Mon – Thur 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Fri 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

ELIGIBILITY: Children who are taken into the care of CPS
INTAKE: Volunteers must complete 30 hours of training, pass a criminal background check and have a clear record with CPS. Volunteers must be 21 years old and commit to 1 - 2 years of service and complete 12 hours of on-going training annually.
FEES: None.
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

910 Granbury
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 558-1599
FAX (817) 556-3020
E-MAIL: cac@hyperusa.com
WEBSITE: www.childadvocacycenter-jc.org
Tammy King, Director/Administrator
GENERAL PURPOSE: Rescue children from abuse, offer coordinated case investigation that provides justice and hope, while also providing therapeutic and medical services for physical and emotional healing.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Multi-disciplinary team approach to felony child abuse investigations, forensic interviews, victim services, medical referrals, personal advocacy, individual, family and group therapy, court school, court accompaniment, work with K-9 Advocate and therapy dogs. Youth self-esteem and goal-setting programs.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM with 24-hour emergency
ELIGIBILITY: Based on CPS and law enforcement referrals
FEES: None. Funding: Private donations and state grants/foundations
INTAKE: Must be referred by law enforcement or Child Protective Services.
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County and nearby counties without that service
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish

616 Wardville St.
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 645-9979
SITE DIRECTOR - Debbie Goulding
SERVICES PROVIDED: Faith-based job training program.
HOURS: Mon - Thurs 8:30 AM - 12 noon
ELIGIBILITY: To qualify interested women need to fill out an application, have a high school diploma or GED. Classes held for 12 weeks. Upon completion students are certified by the Corps.
FEES: None. This program is a 501c3 nonprofit and accepts donations to support their mission.

P. O. Box 983
Cleburne, TX 76033

220 S. Ridgeway
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 774-2022
(817) 641-8610
E-MAIL: info@christmasinaction.net
WEBSITE: www.christmasinaction.com
GENERAL PURPOSE: Christmas in Action is a non-profit agency that in partnership with the community, repairs homes for low-income elderly or disabled homeowners by putting Christian values and principles in "Action"
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Home repairs are made at no cost to the home owner.
  • Funds are donated by local businesses, churches, and organizations to purchase supplies and materials to provide necessary repairs.
  • Labor is performed by many community volunteers as well as skilled laborers such as electricians, plumbers, and roofers when needed.
  • No rental properties

HOURS: Major projects are done the first weekend in April. Emergency repairs are done throughout the year as needed.
ELIGIBILITY: Low income elderly and disabled homeowners. (CIA does not work on manufactured homes)
INTAKE: Applications are received throughout the year. Apply on-line on CIA website or contact (817) 774-2022 to request an application.
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Cleburne area

P.O. Box 677
418 W. Henderson
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 645-0937
Fax (817) 645-0995
E-MAIL: housing@cleburne.net
WEBSITE: www.cleburne.net
Sallie Watson, Director/Administrator
PROGRAM NAME: Housing Choice Voucher Program
SERVICES PROVIDED: Assist low income, the elderly and disabled with rental assistance, based on income.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 1:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Based on low income, criminal background, and over 18 years of age
INTAKE: Applicants must provide certified birth certificates, original social security card, and valid identification for placement on the waiting list
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Cleburne city limits
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: None
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

P.O. Box 1528
Cleburne, TX 76033

WEBSITE: cleburnelionsclub.weebly.com
SERVICES PROVIDED: Civic organization that provides funding for eyeglasses and sight preservation for school-age children in Cleburne, Keene, and Rio Vista school districts. Also provides volunteers for community projects.
HOURS: Wednesdays at noon at the Cleburne Conference Center
INTAKE: Forms to Cleburne Eye Clinic from your school nurse.
FEES: None
CONTACT PERSON: Dora Vasquez (817) 202-7044, Tim Pollock (817) 825-4988

100 S. Main
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 641-7741
Fax (817) 202-8161
E-MAIL: director@cleburnepc.com
Meredith Bailey, Executive Director
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Assist clients in unplanned pregnancies, provide education in related topics, pregnancy options.
  • Free pregnancy test, free limited ultrasound and verification of pregnancy for TDHS, "Earn While You Learn" prenatal and parenting classes available.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1988.

HOURS: Mon thru Thu 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Thurs evening by appointment only.
INTAKE: Bring photo ID. No appointment necessary but encouraged.
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County

1212 Glenwood Dr.
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 556-8859
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Activities for adults aged 50 and over
WEBSITE: www.cleburne.net

510 N. Ridgeway
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 558-8302
Fax (817) 648-0275
Corp. Office: (817) 870-2795
E-MAIL: r.carter@chot.org
WEBSITE: www.chot.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide compassionate quality care and support to the terminally ill and their loved ones
SERVICES PROVIDED: CHT offers patients and their families a full range of Hospice services including: pain and symptom management, nursing services, certified nursing assistance, pastoral counseling services, a licensed social worker, volunteer support, bereavement services and comprehensive in-patient care. Providing services in Johnson County since 1996.
HOURS: Office Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Hospice staff support available 24 hours a day
ELIGIBILITY: A person is eligible for Hospice once they are certified by a physician as having a life-limiting illness and life expectancy of 6 months or less
INTAKE: Call
FEES: Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance covers Hospice services
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Hill, Ellis, Bosque, Tarrant, Hood, and Somervell Counties
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

113 E. Walnut Keene, TX 76059

(817) 558-9559
Fax (817) 558-9560
WEBSITE: www.clc-coi.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide a work atmosphere filled with dignity and respect, that develops valued members of the general workforce through the building of skills
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Day rehab work skills training, classes, field trips, crafts, fun productive activities.
  • Assist clients in achieving personal goals, trips to Special Olympics, social interaction, annual prom, awards banquet.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1997.
  • Camp COI - a summer inclusion camp for kids ages 8 - 14 who have developmental disabilities. June through August, Mon - Fri 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Call for more info.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Individuals from late teens to adult years, with diagnosis of mental retardation or physical limitations
INTAKE: Qualify for MR services or ability to pay with MR diagnosis
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County and surrounding counties

P.O. Box 3460
Cleburne, TX 76033 1501 N. Robinson Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 247-4233
WEBSITE: www.communitypartnersjc.org
Angie Fanning, President Community Partners of Johnson County
PROGRAM NAME: Rainbow Room
GENERAL PURPOSE: Our agency provides emergency needs (diapers, formula, clothing) to family and protective services caseworkers who investigate abuse and neglect to children in Johnson County.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Clothing, formula, diapers in emergency situation for abused and neglected children. Providing services in Johnson County since 1998.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Clients must be under the protection of Family and Protective Services
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Must be a resident of Johnson County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

1100 w. FM 917
Joshua, TX 76058
North Campus
1915 N. Wilhite St.
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 202-8408
E-MAIL: lisa@crazy8ministries.com
WEBSITE: www.crazy8ministries.com
Lisa Schwarz - Founder/ CEO
GENERAL PURPOSE: A ministry compelled by the love of Christ to reach out and come along side others and bring healing to the body, soul, and spirit; offering wholeness in yesterday, providing help in today, for a victorious walk in tomorrow.
SERVICE PROVIDED:

  • Biblical counseling offered to everyone.
  • Discipleship classes.
  • Many opportunities.
  • Welcome Home Ministry-Home for women and children 18-24-month program.
  • Counseling and discipleship classes times vary

1-800-794-TIPS (8477)
SERVICES PROVIDED: Gathers and issues rewards for information that helps solve crimes
HOURS: 24/7
ELIGIBILITY: Anyone with knowledge of a crime. Identity will remain anonymous
FEES: None

3317 Finley Road, Suite 168
Irving, TX 75062

(972) 570-9828
E-MAIL: ajmmaft@gmail.com
GENERAL PURPOSE: Professional counseling from Christian perspective
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Counseling - Individual, family, marital, pre-marital, children, adolescent, play therapy, anger management, parenting, abuse recovery.
  • Groups - Anger management, parenting, other topics as need/demand requires.
  • Providing services in Dallas County since 2002.
  • Services available in Johnson County.

HOURS: By appointment only.
ELIGIBILITY: anyone needing counseling INTAKE: Call (972) 570-9828 to make appointment
FEES: Sliding scale. Insurance accepted.
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Offices are in Dallas County. we can provide services in Johnson, Hood, Parker and surrounding areas as needed/requested
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

904 N. Main
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 413-2540
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Vocational rehabilitation is provided for persons who have disabilities that act as an impediment to employment.
  • Services include vocation assessment, counseling and guidance, job training and placement, supportive employment, and prosthetic appliances.
  • Some services are based on financial need.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Anyone who has an impediment to employment
INTAKE: By appointment only
FEES: Some fees for some services
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
CONTACT PERSON: Anne Hoscheit, Area Manager

1501 N. Robinson Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 202-2200
Fax (512)-276-3563
1-800-252-5400 Hot Line
E-MAIL: infor@dcfoffices.org
WEBSITE: www.dfps.state.tx.us

2nd Office: This department is for services for children in foster care
Department of Family and Protective Services
1406 Security Dr.
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 760-5000
SERVICES PROVIDED: The Department of Family and Protective Services investigates reports of abuse and neglect. Staff members assess current and future risks to adults and children, interview relatives, and examine and interview abused individuals
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY:
Children and adults of abuse
INTAKE: Must call hotline and make a report.
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Linda Erlanson, Supervisor

1301 South Bowen, Suite 200
Arlington, TX 76013

(817) 264-4500
Fax (817) 264-4506
WEBSITE: www.dshs.texas.gov/region2-3/
GENERAL PURPOSE: Social Work Services provides comprehensive case management services to families with children who have special health care needs. The CSHCN (Children with Special Health Care Needs) Program provides health care benefits to children who qualify.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Comprehensive Case Management services and/or referral services are provided to any family who has a child with physical, intellectual, or emotional problems.
  • Families served include those who are on SSI, Medicaid, CSHCN, as well as families referred from the community or self-referrals. The CSHCN program provides health care benefits for children who are residents of Texas, who have a chronic physical problem and are under the age of 21, or who have Cystic Fibrosis at any age, and the family's income is 200% or less of federal poverty guidelines.
  • There is a waiting list and families must complete an application for eligibility.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
FEES: There are no fees for case management services or for health care benefits. See above for eligibility requirements.
CONTACT PERSON: Lori Lunsford – (817) 579-2117

2400 Circle Dr. Ste. 200
Fort Worth, TX 76119

(817) 759-3500
Elaine Sveen, Supervisor
SERVICES PROVIDED: Education, selective employment assistance, vocational training and rehabilitation, 14 and older teenagers, adult, and senior citizens independent living services for retired individuals or senior citizens.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
FEES: None

3880 Hulen St., Suite 400,
Worth, TX 76107

(817) 446-8000
1-888-754-0524
WEBSITE: www.mhmrtc.org
SERVICES PROVIDED: Intervention for children with/at risk developmental or medical delays
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - flexible hours available
FEES: Sliding scale. Funding: Federal and state grants, Medicaid and private insurance
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Ellis, Erath, Hood, Navarro, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell and Tarrant counties
DIRECTOR (chief): Laura Kender

602 Olive St. (Santa Fe Campus)
P.O. Box 356
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 556-3716
E-MAIL: eccc1@sbcglobal.net
WEBSITE: www.eastcleburnecc.org
www.facebook.com/eastcleburnecc
Jean Pickett, Executive Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: to provide Johnson County residents with the opportunity to enhance the quality of their lives through a positive interaction with our community.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Programs for children, youth, and senior adults through character building and educational programs, adult computer orientation classes, volunteer opportunities, senior adult recreational activities.
INTAKE: Call for information and calendar events.
FEES: None.
FUNDING: Donations, United Way of Johnson County and Johnson County Supporting Our Seniors
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
CONTACT PERSON: Jean Pickett

1424 Hemphill St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104

(817) 332-7171
Fax (817) 665-0878
WEBSITE: www.easterseals.com/northtexas
SERVICES PROVIDED: Physical/occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, audiology (hearing evaluation, hearing aid assessment and hearing aid loan) and social services; medical equipment loans, computer technology center, services for persons with functional limitations, employment services, case management services for children/adults with severe and chronic disabling conditions needing services, respite, homemaker and personal assistance services
HOURS:

  • Mon - Thu 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Fri 8:30 AM - 12 noon

ELIGIBILITY: Call for information
INTAKE: Call
FEES: Call for information
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Tarrant and surrounding counties

660 CR 903, Cleburne, TX 76033
P.O. Box 43, Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 641-2343
Hot Line 1-800-848-3206
E-MAIL: info@familycrisisjc.org
WEBSITE: www.familycrisisjc.org
SERVICES PROVIDED: 24-hour crisis hotline; rape crisis intervention; temporary shelter for battered women and children; individual, family and group counseling; support groups; parenting workshops; and information/referral for Johnson and surrounding counties
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, 24-hour emergency phone line
ELIGIBILITY: Individuals not qualifying for other existing services
INTAKE: Call
FEES: None
CONTACT PERSON: Jerri Vaughn, Executive Director
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

2105 Laurel Bush Road, suite 201
Bel Air, MD 015

1-800-221-7437
Fax (443) 640-1031
E-MAIL: info@firstcandle.org
WEBSITE: www.firstcandle.org
SERVICES PROVIDED: Information and referral; in-house counseling
HOURS: 24 hours/7 days a week
ELIGIBILITY: Family of SIDS, new and expecting parents, stillbirth and miscarriages.
INTAKE: Call
FEES: None.
FUNDING: Donations
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: National

6300 John Ryan Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76132

(817) 922-6000
https://adoptionsbygladney.com
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Resident or non-resident services
  • Planned adoption
  • Options counseling

HOURS: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
FEES: None
ELIGIBILITY: Any woman who has an unwanted pregnancy, or who wants to learn about the adoption option
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Anywhere in the country

(972) 238-8888
FAX (972) 702-0760
EMAIL: info@hannahshouse.org
WEBSITE: www.hannahshouse.org
Bettye Stone, Executive Director
SERVICES PROVIDED: Supervised visitation and exchange at facility or offsite by arrangement only
HOURS:

  • Mon - Fri 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Weekend and evening hours available (by appointment only)

INTAKE: See website for process
FEES: Varies based on service
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: D/FW metroplex, outlying counties by arrangement
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

204 Kimberly Drive
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 558-9990
(817) 645-1191
Fax (817) 645-2216
WEBSITE: www.21 ltx.org
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Food stamps ANF (Temporary Aid for Needy Families).
  • Income assistance to single parents; medical programs for pregnant women, TANF eligible caretakers, and non-TANF caretakers.
  • Aged & disabled services, medical eligibility program -Medicaid

HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Low income, child/aged/disabled person in home, single parent households
INTAKE: Visit office
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County area residents
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Leslie Williams, Office Manager
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

619 North Main
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 558-8807
Fax (817) 558-6919
E-MAIL: linda@txhopeinc.com
Linda Marlin CEO
Christi Taylor, Clinical Director
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • TX. State Offender Education Programs. Outpatient treatment screenings and referrals, group and individual counseling for the community at large, jail substance abuse treatment and local CSCD education and substance abuse treatment programs for court ordered participants.
  • Providing successful treatment in the community since March 15, 1990.

HOURS: Mon - Thu from 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM, Friday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, treatment hours Mon - Thu 8:00 AM - 7:30 PM, Fri 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, TW. State Offender Education Programs: held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (see our website for schedules and prices)
ELIGIBILITY: Anyone 17 and older
FEES: Varies
INTAKE: Call or come in and set up appointment.
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, and Somervell counties.
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Mary Craig, Administrative Assistant

Mental Health Navigation Phone Line (972) 525-8181
Monday through Friday 10 AM to 6 PM
Also see web site: www.herefortexas.com/about-us.html
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Mental health resource management via a Program of Grant Halliburton Foundation.
  • Trained Navigators suggest resources, according to client request. Also phone follow-up to callers.

111 Meadowview Dr.
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 641-5858
SERVICES PROVIDED: Provides medical and dental care to uninsured and low income.
INTAKE: Call for appointment.

11801 S. Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76115

(817) 568-5950
Fax (817) 551-2467
EMAIL: thrbehavioralhealth@texashealth.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: To further the healing ministry of Jesus Christ through the provision of state-of-the-art, high quality inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Inpatient behavioral health crisis stabilization, inpatient medical detoxification of alcohol and drugs.
  • Outpatient day treatment of depression and other mood disorders; outpatient day treatment of chemical dependency; outpatient day treatment of dual diagnosis (mood disorder and chemical dependency) aftercare support group offered at no charge.

HOURS: Inpatient program offered 24/7, outpatient day treatment Mon - Fri from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Call Huguley Behavioral Health intake line to determine eligibility
(817) 568-5950. Adults 18 years and older
FEES: Intake assessments offered at no charge
INTAKE: Call Huguley Behavioral Health intake line at (817) 568-5950 to begin process
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Tarrant and counties adjacent to Tarrant County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Intake specialist

Upbring HEAD START Cleburne Preschool
602 Olive St
Cleburne, TX 76031

Upbring Early Head Keene Preschool
304 US Highway 67
Keene, TX 76059
PHONE: (512) 355-0616 Extension: 2710
E-MAIL: sarah.carlson@upbring.org
WEBSITE: www.Upbring.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: Upbring Head Start Preschool sets your child up for success by providing a safe, inclusive place in which to learn, grow and thrive. We surround your family with the services you need to prepare your child to start kindergarten ready to learn. Services students in Early Head Start (Birth to 3 year-old) and Head Start (3 to 5 year-old), including students with disabilities.
HOURS: Mon - Fri Head Start: 8:00 AM - 2:35 PM Early Head Start 8:00 AM – 2:35 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Low-income family. State or government-assisted family
INTAKE: To make an application for child, they must bring birth certificate,
Medicaid/insurance, shot record, copy of physical, copy of dental, and proof of income
FEES: None
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Sarah Carlson, Center Operation Director

Head Start Services also available in Alvarado
Upbring Head Start Alvarado Preschool
102 Bill Jackson Dr.,
Alvarado, TX 76009
PHONE: (512) 355-0616 Extension: 2700
E-MAIL: heather.homesley@upbring.org
WEBSITE: www.Upbring.org
HOURS: Mon - Fri Head Start: 8:00 AM - 2:35 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Low-income family. State or government-assisted family
INTAKE: To make an application for child, they must bring birth certificate,
Medicaid/insurance, shot record, copy of physical, copy of dental, and proof of income
FEES: None
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
CONTACT PERSON: Heather Homesley, Center Operation Director

Alvarado:
Dr. Lori Nunez
lorin@alvaradoisd.net
(817) 783-6800 ext. 1041
Burleson:
Ms. Deidre Dobbins
Director of Student Engagement
(817) 223-2680
ddobbins@bisdmail.net
Cleburne:
Ms. Debbie Reynolds
dreynolds@c-isd.com
(817) 202-1183
Godley:
Mr. David Williams
williamsd@godleyisd.net
(817) 592-4208
Grandview:
Kristy Rhone
(817) 866-4500
krhone@gvisd.org
Joshua:
Richard Edwards
edwardsra@joshuaisd.org
Point of Contact: Amanda Burns
(817) 202-1015
Keene:
Mr. Ted O'Neil
toneil@keeneisd.org
(817) 774-5370
Rio Vista:
Mr. Tony Martin
tmartin@rvisd.net
(817) 760-0111
Venus:
Mr. Hollis Moore
(972) 366-3448
hollis.moore@venusisd.net

PROGRAM NAME: Family Liaison
GENERAL PURPOSE: To ensure that all children experiencing homelessness are able to enroll, attend, and succeed in school and have an opportunity to meet the same challenging state student performance standards to which all students are held.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Emergency school supplies and school clothing are provided. Referrals for other community resources to meet the needs of families experiencing homeless are given.
HOURS: Mon- Fri 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Students of JCISD’s enrolled in school and legally identified as homeless.
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

1 North Main Rm. 212
(Bank of America Bldg.)
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 556-6990 (option 1, then option 6)
Fax (817) 556-6116
E-MAIL: ihc@johnsoncountytx.org
SERVICES PROVIDED: Health care services for low-income individuals and families
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Based on income, available resources and residence
INTAKE: Call or come by to fill out application.
FEES: None. Funding: State and county

1407 N. Brazos Ave.
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 556-2613
SERVICES PROVIDED: Take donations in, sell new and used building material to public, works with Trinity Habitat for Humanity
HOURS: Thur – Sat 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
INTAKE: Call or visit
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Parker, Tarrant, and Wise Counties
CONTACT PERSON: Tim Kroening
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

210 Featherston
Cleburne, Texas 76031

(817) 944-1024
Barbara Yoder, Program Director
E-MAIL: barbara@uwjc.org
WEBSITE: uwjctx.org
FACEBOOK: Johnson County Supporting Our Seniors
GENERAL PURPOSE: Collect data in 76031 and 76059 regarding food insecurity and behavioral health. Engage seniors in programs and activities to provide food resources and lessen social isolation and minor depression.
ELIGIBILITY: Low-income persons 55+
Intake and/or registration for programs

207 E. 1ST St.
Keene, Texas 76059

(817) 641-9804
SERVICES PROVIDED

600 E. Weatherford St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102

(817) 336-3943
(800) 955-3959
JOHNSON COUNTY LEGAL CLINIC
3rd Wednesdays of month
1212 Glenwood
Cleburne, TX
HOURS: 5:30 - 6:30 PM
SERVICES PROVIDED: Provide free legal advice/assistance for individuals needing help with civil law only; no fee generating, criminal or traffic offenses handled.
HOURS: Meet in Cleburne the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Cleburne Senior Center, 1212 Glenwood, Cleburne 76033. Our clinics are by appointment only. You may schedule an appointment by calling (817) 336-3943. During this call, we will ask some questions to determine your financial qualifications and to help us find out what type of legal issue you may have. Please bring any papers with you to your appointment that may help us with your legal issue.
ELIGIBILITY: Depends on income
INTAKE: No appointment needed
FEES: Screen calls
CONTACT PERSON: Ellena Simmons

912 W. Broadway
Worth, TX 76104

(817) 332-3341
Fax (817) 332-3456
WEBSITE: www.1ighthousefw.org
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Blindness Rehabilitation services for all ages.
  • Orientation and mobility training with a long white cane and close circuit television and magnification teacher program.

HOURS: Mon - Thu 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Significant vision loss
INTAKE: Call to schedule appointment
FEES: none
CONTACT PERSON: Josie Gordon, Rehabilitation Services Assistant, (817) 332-3341 x 7814

511 E. John Carpenter Frwy. Ste. 700
Irving, TX. 75062

(817) 810-9300
(214) 637-4825
SERVICES PROVIDED: Victim assistance and advocacy program; support assistance in filing compensation claims; information and referral
HOURS: Call
ELIGIBILITY: Families/individuals who have lost loved ones or were injured as a result of drunk drivers
INTAKE: Call
FEES: None.
FUNDING: donations

108 W. Godley Ave.
Godley, TX 76044

(817) 389-2180
SERVICES PROVIDED: Rental assistance, housing for any eligible person
HOURS: Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Based on annual income
INTAKE: Fill out application, documentation from employer, proof of income
FEES: 1 bedroom $496, 2 bedrooms $647
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Godley
CONTACT PERSON: Rose Montes, apartment manager
ACCESS to DISABLED: Yes

106 E. Kilpatrick
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 558-2840
WEBSITE: www.mowjec.org
Christine Hockin-Boyd, Director/Administrator
E-MAIL: christine@mowjec.org
SERVICES PROVIDED: Meals delivered Mon thru Fri, (weekend availability), transportation and nutritional supplements available
We offer Caregiver Services which includes caregiver education, support and resources.
HOURS: Mon- Fri 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Any homebound elderly or disabled individual who is physically unable to fix a nutritious meal or perform other daily tasks
INTAKE: Evaluation in the home by certified case manager
FEES: Contributions suggested
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson and Ellis Counties
CONTACT PERSON: Tracy Robinson
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

1307 Magnolia Ave.
Suite 305
Ft. Worth, TX 76104

(817) 529-7555
Fax (817) 529-7560
SERVICES PROVIDED: To provide needed care at home. Nurses, assistants, o.T., P.T., S.T., social workers, and chaplains provide the care needed.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, on-call 24 hours/day
ELIGIBILITY: Physician referral
FEES: Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and donations

400 W. Magnolia Avenue,
Fort Worth, TX 76104

(817) 288-9800
(800) 405-7739
E-MAIL: survivor@moncrief.com
WEBSITE: www.moncrief.com
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Personalized nutrition counseling.
  • Genetic screening and risk assessment for families with a history of cancer.
  • Psychological counseling for cancer patients, survivors, and families.
  • Breast and colon cancer screening.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Survivor services are open to anyone who has ever been diagnosed with cancer, even those diagnosed years ago.
  • Prevention services and screenings are available to the public.

FEES: Most services are fully funded for the uninsured
INTAKE: Call toll free (800) 405-7739. Bilingual staff is available.

E-MAIL: namijcvp@att.net
NATIONAL WEBSITE: www.nami.org
Tommy Johnson, Director/Administrator
GENERAL PURPOSE: Referral and support of mentally ill and families/friends
SERVICES PROVIDED: Support group: Meets at Joshua Library, 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM to learn about mental illness
HOURS: Call for services or e-mail queries
ELIGIBILITY: Family member and close friends of persons diagnosed with mental illness
INTAKE: Make contact
FEES: Membership fee only
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County

3080 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, 11 60657

(773) 880-9860
Fax (773) 929-5150
1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929) Hot Line
E-MAIL: info@nrscrisisline.org
WEBSITE: www.1800runaway.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: The mission of the National Runaway Switchboard is to facilitate relationships that insure youth and families have access to resources in their communities.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • 24-hour hotline
  • providing crisis intervention
  • information and referral
  • message delivery and conference services
  • free bus rides home to qualified youth via Greyhound's Home Free program.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1974.

HOURS: 24 hours 7 days a week
ELIGIBILITY: Youth 12 - 21 and their families
INTAKE: Phone call to the Hot Line
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: National
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Access to AT&T Language Line
CONTACT PERSON: Volunteers

250 N.W. Tarrant Ave., Suite J
Burleson, TX 76028

(817) 295-4101
Fax (817) 295-1823
E-MAIL: info@nextstepwc.com
WEBSITE: www.nextstepwc.com
Jane Burton, Executive Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: The mission of Next Step Women’s Center is to affirm life by providing emotional, spiritual, educational and material support in a non-judgmental environment.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Free pregnancy test, limited ultrasound, Medicaid application, options, education, medical and social referrals.
  • Classes and groups: PREPARE (Prenatal and Parenting Education), FIT (sexual risk avoidance for public schools) STEPS (healing from sexual trauma or abuse), STS (healing the heartbreak of abortion) * Next Step Women’s Center does NOT provide or refer for abortions.

HOURS: Appointments available. Walk-ins welcome.
ELIGIBILITY: Anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy, anyone pregnant and needing help
INTAKE: None
FEES: All our services are free

202 Hyde Park Ste. 200
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 641-6201
Hot Line 1-888-548-WORK (9675)
WEBSITES: http://www.dfwjobs.com/business solutions/regional economic information.asp (or) workintexas.com
GENERAL PURPOSE: Providing solutions for business by training employees, assessments
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Job listings
  • job referrals
  • resume assist
  • internet access
  • copier
  • fax
  • telephone and computers
  • resource library
  • computer tutorials
  • labor market information
  • job search workshops
  • community resources and child care
  • career exploration and planning
  • career guidance
  • education and training opportunities

HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Anyone
INTAKE: None
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
LANGUAGES OTHERS THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

2105 Luna Road, Ste. 390, Carrollton, TX 75006

(817) 306-7003
Fax (817) 306-7055
WEBSITE: www.nationalmssociety.org/txh
Lee Kilborn, Program Director
PROGRAM NAME: Lonestar Chapter
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide information regarding multiple sclerosis and to promote research and to end the devastating effects of MS.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Information and referral; specific symptom management, knowledge regarding disease process and treatment; offer wellness programs to include aquatics, physical training and Tai Chi, proves emotional counseling and self-help groups
HOURS:

  • Mon - Thu 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Fri 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

ELIGIBILITY: Anyone who is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis
INTAKE: call (817) 306-7003 or 1-800-FIGHT MS (National)
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

5201 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75235

(214) 590-9015
Fax (214) 590-5008
1-800-222-1222
WEBSITE: www.poisoncontrol.org
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Provides comprehensive poison information services and medical case management advice to health care professionals and the general public throughout our 42 county service area.
  • We also provide free educational materials and lectures to the public.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1993.

HOURS: Office hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, service hours: 24 hours/365 days
ELIGIBILITY: All residents
INTAKE: Call 800 number
FEES: none

6601 CR 912
Joshua, TX 76058

(817) 295-7671
SERVICES PROVIDED: Food pantry distributes food every other Saturday. Clients drive up to the warehouse and volunteers fill up their cars with food. They also will deliver at other times if we have a real needy client.
HOURS: Gates open 9:30 AM

P.O. Box 1048, 76033
105 George
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 645-8511
Fax (817) 6454103
(817) 645-0688 Medications Assistance Program
E-MAIL: ob.jctx@sbcglobal.net
WEBSITE: www.ob-jc.com
Gloria Jones, Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: A faith-based organization. The mission is to share God's word and love, letting that love flow through to those who are hurting and in need.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Food, clothing, furniture and financial when available, rent, utilities, medications, gasoline, etc.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1980.
  • Mental Health Support Group - 2nd Thursday of each month

HOURS: Mon - Thu 10:00 AM - 3:00 AM, Sat 9:00 AM - 12:00 noon to receive donations, call first. Food is not given out on Tuesday.
ELIGIBILITY: Anyone in an emergency situation
FEES: None - Take donations
INTAKE: Written intake. Need picture ID and proof of residence
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish

1601 N. Anglin
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 558-1121
Hot Line 1-800-772-5987
WEBSITE: www.pecanvalley.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide help and hope to all who strive to overcome challenges associated with mental illness, alcohol and chemical dependency, and intellectual and developmental disabilities within our community.
SERVICES PROVIDED: 24-hour intake screening and crisis hotline.
HOURS: Clinic hours Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, 24-hour intake screening/crisis line available via phone
ELIGIBILITY: Assessed by intake screening
FEES: Varies with service, sliding scale arrangements.
INTAKE: intake screening is done 24/7 by calling 1-800-772-5987
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, Erath, Hood, and Somervell Counties
CONTACT PERSON: Intake Counselor
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

140 NW Renfro Street, Burleson, TX 76059
P.O. Box 279, Burleson, TX 76097

(817) 295-2718
FAX (817) 295-2718
(817) 295-9384, alternate phone number
EMAIL: dwells@fbcburleson.com
WEBSITE: www.tbcburleson.com
GENERAL PURPOSE: Promises was planned to minister to a variety of people. The spiritual, emotional, and relational needs of individuals and families through professional counseling, lay counseling, support groups and educational classes. Our ministry is to care for the physical needs of families and individuals through the provision of food, clothing, job search assistance, and other resources.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Help with utilities, food pantry, clothes and linens, job search resources, job skill classes, life skill classes, counseling, support groups
DAYS/HOURS: Mon - Thu 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: based on income, number in household, and zip code
FEES: Counseling: $45 with intern and $65 with professional counselor. Scholarships given according to need.
INTAKE: Johnson county residents may make an appointment by calling. Bring picture ID

1406 Security Drive, Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 760-5007
1-800-252-5400 24 hours
EMAIL: lindsey.inman@dfps.state.tx.us
WEBSITE: www.dfps.state.tx.us
GENERAL PURPOSE: Adult Protective Services mission is to protect older adults and persons with disabilities from abuse, neglect, and exploitation by investigating and providing or arranging for services, if needed, to stop or prevent further harm.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Investigates reports of abuse or neglect, and exploitation of elderly and disabled
HOURS: 24-hour hotline and/or Mon - Fri 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (office)
ELIGIBILITY: Over 65 years of age or disabled adults with substantial impairment
INTAKE: Referral to 24-hour hotline, 1-800-252-5400.
INTERNET REPORT: www.txabusehotling.org
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

Texas State House District 58
Capitol Office Phone: (512) 463-0538 x E2.804 Capitol Address: P.O. Box 2910
District Address: P.O. Box 2794, Cleburne, TX 76033
District Phone: (682) 309-3887
Additional Staff:
Joy Davis - Chief of Staff
Adrianne Fore - Legislative Director
Verlie Edwards - District Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: Office of State Representative, District 58 (Johnson and Bosque Counties)
SERVICES PROVIDED: Liaison between constituents and state agencies. Providing services in Johnson County since 2005.
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson and Bosque Counties
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

P.O. Box 1985
Cleburne, TX 76031
111 S. Anglin (physical address)

(817) 558-1296
EMAIL: elizabeth.aranguren@uss.salvationarmy.org
WEBSITE: www.salvationarmytexas.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: The mission of the Salvation Army is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Food
  • utility assistance
  • rent
  • clothing
  • prescriptions
  • fuel for medical appointments
  • lodging
  • Thanksgiving/Christmas food boxes
  • Angel tree program
  • fans
  • heaters
  • window units
  • furniture
  • school supplies
  • summer camp
  • bikes for work and religious services.

HOURS:

  • Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Pantry: 9 AM - 3:45 PM
  • Financial Assistance: 9:00AM - 3:00 PM
  • Clothing: Tuesday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Church: Wednesday 7:00 PM Sunday 11:00 AM

ELIGIBILITY: Families and single individuals with low income or no income experiencing a crisis because of illness or lay-off
INTAKE: Proof of income, proof of expenses, valid ID, Social Security number for every member in the household, proof of emergency, disconnection notice, eviction notice, or proof of need.
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County and surrounding area
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish

(Workforce Bldg.) 202 Hyde Park, STE. 200 Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 641-6201 ext. 3724
SERVICES PROVIDED: SER National is a work/training program funded by the Department of Labor that focuses on the needs of mature workers, the community and employers. SER SCSEP prepares eligible workers for unsubsidized employment in the private sector through training in community based organizations. The eligible senior will receive a stipend while training.
HOURS: call for appointment
ELIGIBILITY:

  • Participants must be 55 years of age or older, unemployed, and meet low-income requirements.
  • Must live in Johnson County.

INTAKE: Appointment - ID, proof of income, 2 forms of ID
FEES: None
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

1711 W. Henderson Cleburne, TX 76033

(866) 227-1616
Fax (817) 556-9257
1-800-772-1213
WEBSITE: www.ssa.gov
Stephen Maddoux, District Manager
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Provides retirement, survivors, and disability benefits.
  • Social Security cards and claims for benefits, in person, by phone, by mail, or on the Internet.
  • Providing services in Johnson, Hood, Erath, and Somervell Counties since 1973.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
1-800-772-1213 answered 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Retirement benefits as early as age 62. Disability and survivor benefits at any age
INTAKE: Call for an appointment
FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Hood, Somervell and Erath Counties
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS to DISABLED: Yes

P.O. Box 918
Gainesville, TX 76241 10687 FM 678
Whitesboro, TX 76273

(940) 665-2011
Fax (940) 665-9467
E-MAIL: info@campsweeney.org or sarahd@campsweeney.org
WEBSITE: www.campsweeney.org
PROGRAM NAME: Camp Sweeney
GENERAL PURPOSE: Camp Sweeney's mission is to help children who have diabetes acquire the principles of diabetes management necessary to prevent both long-term and short-term complications of their metabolic disorder.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Inpatient rehabilitation, including diabetes education, nutrition education, and the development of blood glucose management and injection skills.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1950.

HOURS: Year-round Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM During camping season, June August 24/7 days
ELIGIBILITY: Boys and girls, ages 5 to 18, who have diabetes
INTAKE: Fill out and send in an application which can be obtained through doctor, online website, or from calling the office
FEES: Call for information. Scholarships available
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish - during camping season
CONTACT PERSON: Billie Hood, Business Manager, Sarah Davis, Development
ACCESS to DISABLED: Yes

306 N. Field Street
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 645-3342
Fax (817) 645-5525
E-MAIL: spiritsharing@yahoo.com
Karen Strayer, Director
PROGRAM NAME: Spirit of Sharing
GENERAL PURPOSE: The spirit of Sharing is a benevolence ministry of Field Street Baptist Church serving families and individuals in Johnson County.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • We provide emergency food, clothing, furniture and household items.
  • We also provide some prescription help when funds are available for heart and blood pressure, diabetes, antibiotics, anticoagulants only.
  • No psychogenic, pain relief drugs or utility assistance.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1985.

HOURS:

  • Mon, Wed, Thu, 10:00 AM to 2:45 PM
  • Tue noon to 2:45 PM
  • Fri 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

ELIGIBILITY: You must be a resident of Johnson County to receive aid. We do not discriminate between legal and illegal residents.
INTAKE: Clients must fill out an application listing all members of the household and provide identification of some sort for each member of the household, plus proof of residence, and a statement of current income and the amount of food stamps they receive, if any. Identification may be any one of the following: birth certificate, social security card, driver’s license, state or school ID card, shot record, report card, insurance card, etc. Proof of address must be provided with a current piece of mail, or rent receipt, in the prospective client's name, that has the street address on it. No post office box addresses. Utility bills work well for this as the service address is provided.
FEES: Our services are free
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County residents only
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: All non-English speakers must bring an interpreter
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

118 W. Heard St. # F, G & H
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 645-5517
Fax (817) 645-5715
WEBSITE: www.starcouncil.org
PROGRAM NAME: STAR
GENERAL PURPOSE: STAR Council is a non-profit organization consisting of caring professionals who empower individuals, families, and communities to choose a substance-free lifestyle. For 25 years we have provided education in schools and communities to reduce the likelihood of alcohol and drug abuse as well as counseling to help families find recovery from the devastation of addiction.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Prevention programs
  • adult and youth outpatient treatment
  • youth services
  • specialized female outpatient treatment
  • screenings and referrals
  • community coalitions involvement
  • emergency food and shelter program.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 2004.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Male, female, adult, and child ages 13 - 65+
INTAKE: Make appointment, bring in financial information, be diagnosed substance abuse/dependent
FEES: Fee for service based on income, DSHS funding
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

2600 Cullen Street
Ft. Worth, TX 76107

(682) 465-5985
WEBSITE: tatb.org
FB: www.facebook.com\tafoodbank
PROGRAM NAME: SNAP
SERVICES PROVIDED: SNAP (Food Stamp) Application assistance/education and submission
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Tarrant, Cooke, Wise, Denton, Palo Pinto, Parker, Erath, Hood, Somervell, Hill, Bosque and Hamilton counties

1 N. Main, Suite 309
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 556-6370
Fax (817) 556-6375
E-MAIL: johnson-tx@tamu.edu
WEBSITE: http://johnson-tx.tamu.edu
SERVICES PROVIDED: Provides educational information and programs in the areas of agriculture, environmental stewardship, family and consumer sciences, 4-H and youth development, and community development. A statewide educational agency and a member of the Texas A & M University System
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, 12:00 noon - 1:00 PM closed
ELIGIBILITY: Programs serve people of all ages, regardless of socio-economic level, race, color, sex, religion, disability, or national origin INTAKE: Call or visit
FEES: Most services are free of cost; others depend on project participation and/or activity equipment purchase fees.
FUNDING: Federal, state, county and United Way
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
CONTACT PERSON: Zach Davis - Agriculture and Natural Resource Agent, Tarren Oswald - Family & Consumer Science Agent, Kristen Greer, 41-1 Agent
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

108-B E. Kilpatrick
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 517-2306
Fax (817) 517-2308
WEBSITE: www.DSHS.state.tx.us
SERVICES PROVIDED: Disease control and prevention through immunizations and HIV counseling and testing
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Some restrictions apply
INTAKE: By appointment.
FEES: Sliding scale for children and adults in and outside of Johnson County
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County office also serves parts of Ellis County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: None
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

214 N. Travis
Granbury, TX 76048

(817) 579-2117
Fax (817) 578-3310
(888) 276-0702 Refe1Ta1 Line for PCS
PROGRAM NAME: Personal Care Service (PCS) Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN); Case Management for Children & Pregnant Women
GENERAL PURPOSE: Services to children with special care needs, also women with special healthcare pregnancies
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Case management to CSHCN recipients
  • Case management services to SSI recipients
  • Services to children receiving Medicaid, under 21 years of age.
  • Any child receiving SSI (SSI disabled children's program)
  • CSHCN services are provided to children who qualify financially with physical or mental disabilities.
  • Activities on daily living.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1991.

HOURS: Tue - Fri 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Children on Medicaid, CSHCN recipients, SSI recipients Birth to 21 INTAKE: Will accept any referral
FEES: none
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Parker, Palo Pinto, Hood, Erath and Somervell Counties
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: None, but will use language line if needed
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes
CONTACT PERSON: Lori Lunsford

Outpatient program to assist uninsured individuals with chronic disease management.
SERVICES: Visit with nurse practitioner, lab testing as needed, health and lifestyle education, and support group.
QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 18-64 years old, no insurance, diagnosis of diabetes I or II and/or hypertension.
  • Patient must attend HELP sessions monthly.
  • Some limitations apply.

FEES: $10 copay per month
CONTACT: Kylie Jeffery: (682) 238-0132 / kyliejeffery@texashealth.org

201 Walls Dr.
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 556-4297
1-877-THRWELL
WEBSITE: www.texashealth.org
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Acute hospital care
  • complete diagnostic and treatment facilities
  • emergency facilities
  • surgical services
  • laboratory
  • Pulmonary Rehab
  • Sleep Lab and x-ray.
  • Complete inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation facilities.

ELIGIBILITY: Serves Johnson County and surrounding areas
INTAKE: Through member of hospital medical staff for private care or care of the medically indigent
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes
SUPPORT GROUP: Better Breathers Club
HOURS: Quarterly Thursday meetings Basement Classroom
Call (817) 556-7773 for dates
SUPPORT GROUP: Breast Cancer Support Group
HOURS: 3rd Mon each month, 6:00 PM Boardroom
SUPPORT GROUP: Cindy Taylor Arthritis Support Group
HOURS: 3rd Mon each month, 6:00 PM Basement Classroom
SUPPORT GROUP: Diabetes Support Group
HOURS: 2nd Mon each month, 7:00 PM Basement Classroom
SUPPORT GROUP: Grief Recovery Support Group
HOURS: Six-week Series Basement Classroom 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Call (817) 556-5483 for dates
SUPPORT GROUP: Help My Heart Support Group
HOURS: 1st Mon each month, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Basement Classroom
SUPPORT GROUP: Joint camp (Joint Replacement)
HOURS: 2nd Thu each month, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM or 4th Thu from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Basement Classroom
SUPPORT GROUP: Mommy & Me Breastfeeding Support Group
HOURS: 1st Tue each month, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM 4th Floor, Women's Services
SUPPORT GROUP: Parkinson's Support Group
HOURS: 4th Thursday of each month. 7:00 PM Basement Classroom

401 E. Henderson, Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 641-3912
FAX (817) 645-3638
EMAIL: larrythebridge@att.net
GENERAL PURPOSE: To meet the needs of as many people we can in Johnson County and share the love of Jesus Christ in truth and love.
SERVICE PROVIDED: Food, clothes, financial assistance with utilities. No rental assistance. Counselor, Russell Crook is available.
HOURS: Every Friday from 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
ELIGIBILITY: Clothing-everyone. Financial assistance-applications taken on Mondays. Call (817) 645-9193. Food applicants must pass guidelines of USDA and Tarrant County Food Bank.
FEES: None
INTAKE: Fill out application, have Social Security card, and a bill showing current address.

(817) 986-1458
EMAIL: rgattis@themendednetwork.org
Rodney Gattis, Program Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: The Mended Network has a faith-based approach to neighborhood restoration for homeowners that are low income elderly, disabled, veterans and single parents who cannot do home repairs or clean up outside of their homes. We contract with cities, businesses, churches, schools, corporations and others to partner with us to touch lives and begin creating hope where there once was none.

2928 West 5th Street
Ft. Worth, TX 76107

(817) 332-6348
Fax (817) 332-6489
WEBSITE: www.theparentingcenter.org
Paul Gravley, Program Manager
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide family members and professionals with the resources, tools, and services to build successful families.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Counseling: ages 3 through adulthood (individual, couple and family, play therapy)
  • Parent Education: classes to help parents build positive behavior and good communication
  • Marriage and Relationship classes

HOURS:

  • Mon - Thurs 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
  • Fri 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Sat by appointment

ELIGIBILITY: No requirements
INTAKE: Parent education registration can be done through our website or by calling agency. Counseling and all other programs by calling the agency.
FEES: Sliding scale based on income
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: No restrictions
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

501 N. Main Street, Ste. E, Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 645-3240
GENERAL PURPOSE: We at the Venting Place work to help others to chart a plan or course of action that brings healing to the spirit, soul and body-based upon the standard biblical principles of God's word.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Faith-based counseling for marriage, anger management, chemical dependency, divorce, depression.
HOURS: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM by appointment only
FEES: Fees will be determined at time of your first appointment
INTAKE: Make appointment

3345 S. Jones Street
Fort Worth, TX 76110

(817) 926-9219
Fax (817) 926-8575
WEBSITE: www.trinityhabitat.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: Building homes and hope in partnership with God's people
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Habitat offers a hand up, not a hand-out, to low-income working families.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since 1995.

HOURS:

  • Mon - Thu 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Fri 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

INTAKE: Call, arrange appointment to attend orientation
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Parker, Wise and Tarrant Counties
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

P.O. Box 690
Alvarado, TX 76009 2601 s 1-35 w
Burleson, TX 76028

(817) 501-9296
Fax (817) 783-3442
E-MAIL: ursarteam@a01.com
E-MAIL: sheilaursarteam@aol.com
WEBSITE: WWW.URSARTEAM.ORG
Dana Ames, Director of Operations
GENERAL PURPOSE: United Response Search and Rescue Team will provide search and recovery crisis intervention service for missing and abducted children and adults of all ages and backgrounds. The Organization seeks to provide these services so that no family will ever have to suffer alone while faced with such an unexpected tragic event. We will do this with compassion, dedication, professionalism, and expediency. Our primary objective being the safe return of a missing loved one to their family. Until there are no more missing children or adults, until all people who are lost, runaways or victims of crime are found - we will be there to help.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Our organization is dedicated to providing search and recovery crisis intervention service for families of missing and abducted children and adults. We will also provide preventive educational awareness programs, and identification programs that will educate children, parents, families, teachers and law enforcement in the community on how to prevent abductions and what to do with critical information on reporting a loved one missing. United Response Search and Rescue Team's greatest hope is to make a difference for all concerning missing persons. Our belief is that we have. Providing services in Johnson County since 2003.
HOURS: We do this, every day 24/7 in the following way: We assist with our rapid response team on Amber Alerts. We assist with and promote the recovery of missing children and adults, and anyone in crisis. We effectively assist and improve citizen response when a person is determined to be missing. We promote the establishment of emergency preparedness action plans in every community on behalf of missing children and adults, through cooperative efforts between law enforcement and citizens. We foster an Interlocked Team System of trust among family, citizens and law enforcement in all communities.

We assist with and promote education and dissemination of information relating to the foregoing. We foster a swift response communication with truckers and CB Radio Operators on abductions. The team is prepared to conduct both wilderness and urban search and rescue operations, at any time of the day or night, using resources that include the following: coordination with law enforcement, mounted horse searches, searches by air when available, diving search team, foot/ground search team, canine search team when available. Since our inception the team has grown in size and capability, currently consists of approximately 250+ members and volunteers. United Response Search and Rescue Team currently consists of active duty and retired law enforcement officers, paramedics, firefighters, members of the U. S. Marshall's Posse, military reserve personnel, retired Navy Core personnel, Forensic Osteologist, Forensic psychologist, Criminal Justice students, certified divers, vet techs, as well as other trained SAR specialists.

ELIGIBILITY: Families of missing or abducted loved ones, as well as Law Enforcement are eligible to receive our search services.
FEES: United Response charges no fee as the services they offer are services of crisis, many times between life and death and the families/friends involved in the crisis cannot be asked for any fiscal costs. United Response does encourage and rely upon donations due to the ever-increasing number of families who turn to us for help and support. LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish when requested
CONTACT PERSON:

  • Dana Ames, Director of Operations
  • Sheila Holland, Asst. Director of Operations

ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

P.O. Box 31, 76033
210 Featherston
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 645-9153
Fax (817) 641-9600
EMAIL: aly@uwjc.com
Aly Engstrom, Exec. Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: Improving the lives of Johnson County by uniting people and resources through community partnerships.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • A supporter of 21 non-profit organizations which encompass both physical and mental human services.
  • Acts as a referral service for the 21 agencies.
  • Providing services in Johnson County since the early 1950's.

HOURS: Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Each agency conforms to strict rules for admission and must be recognized by the IRS as being non-profit
FEES: None
INTAKE: Done initially by agency and reapplication is done each year

2 N. Main, Room B9
Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 556-6351
Fax (817) 556-6199
Kathryn Fasci, Veteran Services Officer
William Bailey, Asst. Veterans Officer Burleson Sub Courthouse
247 Elk Dr. Ste. 102
Burleson, TX 76028
Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
SERVICES PROVIDED: Information/assistance/advocacy for veterans and their families; assist with obtaining state and federal benefits for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Veterans, spouses, widows and dependents
FEES: None.
INTAKE: Call for appointment
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: all of Johnson County

(817) 645-6621
Mark Ely, Chairman
SERVICES PROVIDED: Minister to the needs of victims of natural disasters or crimes upon request of fire or police departments.
HOURS: 24/7
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson and Somervell counties

106 Del Rio Court Cleburne, TX 76033

(817) 641-7211
FAX (817) 641-7966
WEBSITE: www.outreachhealth.com/WIC
228 Southwest Wilshire
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 447-6110
Fax (817) 447-9818
State Office 1-800-942-3678
GENERAL PURPOSE: Outreach Health Services is to honor God in all we do by providing superior service and support to our patients, clients, families, employees and the health care community. To this end we will always strive to create a caring, responsive environment that will nurture individual growth, focus on teamwork and foster meaningful community relations.
SERVICE PROVIDED: Whether you are a new mother or managing a growing family we are here to help. WIC gives Texas children a healthy start in life through our services which are nutrition education classes, ERT benefits for healthy foods such a milk, cereal and cheese, individualized support for expectant mothers, advice and support for keeping your child healthy, breastfeeding instructions and support, health care and social service referrals, education for new mothers about caring for themselves and their newborns.
HOURS: Mon- Thu 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM, and every 2nd Sat 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum or have an infant and/or children younger than 5 years of age. Also, fathers, step-parents, guardians and foster parents of infants and children under 5 years of age are welcome to apply for their children
INTAKE: Call and make appointment. Bring proof of residency in Texas, household earnings (proof of income) and proof of identification. FEES: None
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson County
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN BY STAFF: Spanish, we also have a 1-800 # we can call to translate for other languages.
CONTACT PERSONS: Sandra Tovar, Nutritionist and clinic supervisor or David Palner, Nutritionist

P.O. Box 445
Burleson, TX 76097 4200 CR 806
Cleburne, TX 76031

(817) 790-8810
Fax (817) 783-7072
EMAIL: office@wingsoffiopehorses.org
WEBSITE: www.wingsoffiopehorses.org
GENERAL PURPOSE: It is the mission of Wings of Hope to offer quality equine-assisted activities to children and adults with disabilities.
SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • We offer therapeutic horseback riding lessons for people with disabilities.
  • Our core purpose is to provide hope and healing through gentle horses and the love of God.
  • Horses for veterans’ program serves active/retired military.

HOURS:

  • Mon - Thu 9:00 AM - 7 PM
  • Sat 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

ELIGIBILITY: Physical, mental, emotional diagnosis/disability
INTAKE: Complete application, submit one form signed by physician, evaluation appointment (free)
FEES: $30.00 per ride (1 hour weekly) Scholarships provided upon approval
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: Johnson, Tarrant and surrounding counties
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes

349 NW Renfro St. (P.O. Box 1113)
Burleson, TX 76028

(817) 295-6252
Fax (817) 295-2392
Jennifer Woods, Executive Director
SERVICES PROVIDED: Food, clothing, utility and rental assistance, prescriptions, summer kids nutrition program, school supplies and uniforms, Christmas toys and take home meal
HOURS: Tues 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Wed - Sat 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Must live in zip code served by office.
INTAKE:
walk-in
FEES: None. Funded by community, business and individual donations
GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA: All of Johnson County and the southern edge of Tarrant County
ACCESS TO DISABLED: Yes