Children's Advocacy of Denton County |
1960 Archer Avenue
Lewisville, TX 75077
Link: Children's Advocacy of Denton County Website
|The Children's Advocacy Center for Denton County serves child victims of sexual abuse or severe physical abuse and their non-offending family members. The agency provides free counseling and support services to the children and their non-offending family members. The Children's Advocacy Center for Denton County serves all Coppell residents regardless in which county they reside or their income levels. All services are free.
Christian Community Action |
200 S Mill Street
Lewisville, TX 75057
Link: Christian Community Action Website
|When a family is hungry, tired and has no place to go, it is hard for them to help themselves. Services include fulfilling the immediate crucial needs for families requiring assistance due to loss of job, or loss of property. CCA also offers adult health services, affordable daycare, a food pantry, spiritual programs and counseling, educational and vocational training, and much more.
Family Promise of Irving |
|Faith-based nonprofit ministry that supports families who are experiencing homelessness as they search for new jobs, undergo job training, and obtain permanent housing.
Mercy House |
|Mercy House empowers single, pregnant women with hope and help so that no woman will feel compelled to have an abortion due to lack of support. They provide a safe, nurturing home, pregnancy care, life skills training and Christian discipleship in order to establish solid foundations for two lives.
Metrocrest Services |
13801 Hutton Drive
Farmers Branch, TX 75234
Link: Metrocrest Services Website
|Metrocrest Services provides short-term, emergency assistance to improve life situations. Services provided to Coppell residents include short-term emergency assistance (rental assistance, utilities assistance, food, clothing, prescriptions, gas vouchers, bus passes), employment assistance (job leads, interviewing skills, resume skills, information and referral), seasonal programs (school supplies/shoes, Thanksgiving food program, Holiday gift/food program) Volunteer Opportunities (Food Pantry, administrative, seasonal programs).
All services for seniors provided by the former Senior Adult Services are now provided through Metrocrest Services offices on Hutton Drive in Farmers Branch. Services for qualified senior adults include transportation, food, minor home repairs and safety aids, and home delivered meals. Senior News provides updates on programs and activities in the Metrocrest area.
New Friends New Life |
|New Friends New Life restores and empowers trafficked and sexually exploited teen girls, women and their children, and drives awareness of the issue and its prevalence. By providing access to education, job training, interim financial assistance, mental health, and spiritual support, New Friends New Life helps women and their children overcome backgrounds of abuse, addiction, poverty, and limited opportunities.
The Family Place Metrocrest |
P.O. Box 112813
Lewisville, TX 75011
Link: The Family Place Website
|The Family Place-Metrocrest Office provides free individual and group counseling to victims of domestic violence and their children who live in Coppell. In addition, FPM also offers a Bullyproof program, ST.A.R.T., teen dating violence leadership program and a Sexual Assault Prevention program.
The Gatehouse |
|Located in Grapevine, The Gatehouse is a supportive living community for women and their children in crisis to discover a new path for permanent change. Women can stay for up to 2 ½ years and participate in a structured program to guide them on their path to fulfilling God’s promise for their lives.
The Main Place |
2236 W Fifth Street
Irving, TX 75060
|Located in downtown Irving, The Main Place is a retail store where homeless students can shop for trendy, age appropriate, well fitting clothes at no cost.
The Samaritan Inn |
1514 North McDonald
McKinney, TX 75071
|This homeless shelter features a comprehensive program that teaches self-sufficiency and life skills to meet the needs of individuals and families experiencing homelessness. On a typical night 160 people sleep at the Inn, of which 60 are children.