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ChristmasBehtleman Foundation214.371.3407Need SS and picture ID for each child.Christmas
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ChristmasS.M. Wright Foundationhttp://christmasatfairpark.com214.565.9136Families who wish to receive toys, and other benefits including food, clothing, furniture and other household items
should register by calling the foundation at 214-565-9136 or the People's Baptist Church at 214-421-1098. They helped 20,000 people in 2008.
Fair Park, Automotive BuildingDallasTXChristmas
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ChristmasSalvation Army214.637.8105x6378125Gifts for the needy.YesYesYesChristmas
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ChristmasUrban League214.915.4620Provide zip code. They cover Dallas, TX.Christmas
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Cold WeatherTX Governor's Office of Emergency Management211The state has special assistance through the 211 system for weather related needs when cold weather brings power outages and water main breaks (and of course high utility bills). <br/><br/>If a client is hearing impaired they can call 1-877-541-7905.Yes
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CounselingSVdP Council of Dallashttp://www.svdpdallas.org214.520.0650x121cjohnson@svdpdallas.orgProvides free counseling on Mondays and Friday.Counseling
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CounselingUniversity of North Texashttp://www.unt.edu/unt-dallas/news/2007/counseling.htm972.780.3646The University of North Texas at Dallas is now offering counseling services to students and members of the community free of charge. Anyone seeking counseling for depression and anxiety, marital and family counseling, and assistance with managing grief or loss are welcome at the Counseling Clinic, located on UNT Dallas at 7300 Houston School Road.<br/><br/>The clinic is open Mondays from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Those who wish to take advantage of services at no cost should contact 972-780-3646 for an appointment.Counseling
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FoodAngel Food Ministry - Fellowship Dallashttp://www.fellowshipdallas.org214.739.3881x1799330 N Central ExpresswayDallasTX75231Yes
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FoodVickery Meadows Food PantryThis pantry is a collaborative effort of Catholic Charities, Jewish Family Services, St. Vincent DePaul and others to serve the needs of the residents of one of the poorest, most densely populated and ethnically diverse areas in the City. The pantry will be open on Wednesday 1:00pm – 6:00pm, Thursday 9:00am – 12:00pm and Saturday 9:00am – 12:00pm. This pantry supplements the nutritional needs of the Vickery Meadows community.Yes
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GeneralCatholic Charities - Brady Center214.826.8330Hours: M-F 9am-5pm (closes at 4pm in July/August), Thrift Shop M-F 9am-noon and 1pm-2pm, Food Pantry: Walk-ins taken for food. Appointment needed for financial assistance<br/>Requirements: ID for all members for household, proof of address, income verification, verification of expenses. Clients do not have to be legal citizens. Spanish speakers available.<br/>Referral: none needed<br/>Fax: 214.826.8579 fax4009 Elm StDallasTX75226YesYesYesYesESL, citizenship, sewing, needlecraftSenior Citizens Nutrition Program, Thrift75206
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GeneralCrossroads Community Serviceshttp://ccsdallas.org214.560.2511Provides rent, utilities, food, clothing, budget management workshop and literacy education.<br/>Hours: M-Th 8:30-11:30am; Walk-ins taken for food and clothing. Appointment needed for financial assistance and literacy and budget education. <br/>Requirements: Proof of Dallas address, proof of household income, picture ID, and social security cards for all in household, bill or letter from landlord. For food only: proof of address, proof of income, picture ID and SS cards for all members of house. Spanish speakers available sometimes.<br/>Referral by phone, followed by fax to 214.560.2512.1822 YOUNG ST, 2ND FLDallasTX75201YesYesYesYesYesYes75204, 75206, 75214
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GeneralMethodism's Breadbasket214.887.3926Hours: M,W,Th 8:30-4:30 Walk-ins taken for food only. Appointment needed for financial assistance.<br/>Requirements: Picture ID, SS cards, current utility bill (proof of residence), bank statements, last year's income tax return. Spanish speakers available.<br/>Referral: phone and referral form5710 R.L. Thornton FrwyDallasTX75226YesYesCrisis Counseling, Help for elderly, disabled, mentally and physically disadvantaged, unemployed.75206
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GeneralThe Wilkinson Center214.821.6380Hours: M-Th 9am to 11am, Food and clothing 12pm-2:30pm (must sign in by 1pm). Walk-ins taken. No appointment necessary.<br/>Requirements: Picture ID and SS cards for all family members. Client does not have to be a legal citizen. Spanish speakers available.<br/>Referral: phone call or form.1314 Munger, 1ST FLDallasTXYesYesPrescriptionsAfter School ProgramEmployment, Gas vouchers, Bus passes75204, 75214
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GeneralMartin Luther King, Jr Community Center214.670.8416Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm<br/>No walk-ins. Client must call and make and appointment the day before.<br/>Requirements: proof of income, picture ID for all adults in household, SS cards for all in household, provide bill for which assistance is requested. No Spanish speakers available.<br/>Limit: Once per 12 month period. Senior Day is every Wednesday for 60+. Non-Senior days are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Rental assistance is only available on the 1st.2922 MLK Jr. Blvd, Rm 135DallasTX75215YesYesYesTransportation, Counseling, Referral Services75214
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GeneralSoutheast Dallas Emergency Food Center214.381.5239Services: Food, clothes, gas vouchers, prescriptions, medical clinic, Christmas assistance, school supplies, Thanksgiving dinner<br/>Hours: M-F 9am-2pm, Tues from 6pm-8pm<br/>Medical Clinic: 3rd Sat of the month, 10am-2pm. Walk-ins taken<br/>Requirements: Picture ID (Mexico ID is accepted), proof of address, ID for all children. Spanish speakers available.6617 Military ParkwayDallasTXYesYesYesYes75214
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GeneralWhite Rock Center of Hope214.324.8996Services: Food, clothes, financial assistance, prescriptions, gas vouchers, bus vouchers, referrals and other aid as needed<br/>Hours: M-F 9am-2pm, 1st and 2nd Sat 9am-12pm. Appointments are preferred. Walk-ins welcome.<br/>Requirements: Picture ID, SS cards, eviction or termination notice. Spanish speakers available. Limit: once per year for Financial Assistance<br/>Referral: send client with a note
10021A Garland RdDallasTX75218YesYesYesYes75214
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HousingHousing Crisis Center214.828.4244Yes
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JobAARP Job Line214.741.0200Job
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Job TrainingSVdP - Immigrant Business Training ProgramYes
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TelephoneSafeLink Wirelesshttp://www.safelinkwireless.com800.977.3768SafeLink has an application form to get a free cell phone from the government and 68 free minutes each month. It is for people with low income or who are on some kind of state assistance, such as Medicaid or food stamps or SSI. <br/><br/>SafeLink Wireless information line: 1-800-977-3768 or technical support at: 1-800-378-1684, Monday through Saturday, 8a.m. to 10p.m. and Sunday 8a.m. to 7p.m, Eastern Standard Time. <br/><br/>Currently SafeLink is not providing service in every State. For further information about SafeLink Service in your area please contact your local Public Utilities Commission/Public Service Commission. SafeLink is currently offering service in parts of Alabama, Connecticut, DC, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.YesTelephone
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