Abounding Prosperity, Inc.
2311 MLK Blvd.
Services: AIDS/HIV treatment, education, prevention, etc.
AIDS Services of Dallas
400 S. Zang Blvd.
Services: Housing, food, transportation, case & medical management for people living with HIV/AIDS
Out of the Closet
3920 Cedar Springs Rd.
Services: Free HIV testing; thrift store with profits going to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Parkland Homeless outreach (HOMES Clinic)
Services: Various health services for children & adults
901 18th St., Plano
Services: Children emergency housing; counseling; TLP in Plano & Frisco, teen shelter, community based street outreach
City Square TRAC
3108 Live Oak St.
Services: Transitional Living Program (TLP); education/job assistance; etc.
711 S. St. Paul St.
Ages: Serves families, as defined as "at least 1 person over 18 and at least 1 person under 18, together"
Services: Housing assistance; Transitional Living Program; work/education assistance; early childhood
education program; etc.
10505 Denton Drive
Services: Residential (Female only); emergency housing (M & F); education; counseling/crisis
224 W. Page Ave.
Services: Transitional Living Program; emergency housing; LGBTQ Transitional Living Program; education
/ job assistance
Salvation army, Carr p. collins social services center
5302 Harry Hines Blvd.
Services: Emergency shelter
The Ebby House
1234 Abrams Rd.
Ages: 18-24, Female only
Services: Housing; healthcare; mentorship; job training / guidance; etc.
Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Survivor Services
Dallas Police Department – Child Exploitation Unit / High Risk Victims & Trafficking
Ages: Deals directly with cases where youth are sexually exploited U18
Services: Victim centered (intervention; prevention; suppression); runaways; repeat victims; victims of
child sex trafficking; sexually exploited children / youth
111 S. Beckley Ave.
Ages: Under 21 (U21)
Services: Food; showers; rest area; case management; etc., for Human Trafficking victims. Currently open Tuesday - Saturday, 3:30 - 11:30 P.M.
Genesis Women's Shelter
4411 Lemmon Ave., Ste. 201
Services: Female only; Transitional Living Program; emergency housing for victims of domestic violence
4144 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 530
Ages: Serves survivors of human rights abuses, including human trafficking & domestic violence
Services: Shelter; legal representation; client advocacy; community education; etc.
Crisis Call Lines
DFPS - CPS Hotline
Domestic Violence Hotline
National Trafficking Hotline
TEXT: BeFree - 233373
Suicide & Crisis Center Hotline
Trevor project hotline
Faith Based Resources
Resource guide - congregational conversation guide
Outlast Youth’s faith-based team has compiled a collection of outlines for congregations of faith to engage in the topic of LGBTQ youth homelessness. Outlines include: sermon, small group/bible study, staff conversation, racial disparities, and more!
eBook - the lgbtq+ & evangelical divide: a way forward - josh cogan
A book that confronts the complicated history between the two respective communities and a proposed path that could play a role in preventing the lead cause of LGBTQ youth homelessness: familial rejection.
A great tool that really focuses in on school-aged LGBTQ youth. This particular page, within the GLSEN website, has briefs and reports that are most useful to those in direct care.
The Family Acceptance Project
The Family Project comes out of San Francisco State University. This particular page has many links to various resources.
True Colors united
FREE network to join with online workshops to further one's knowledge in working with LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness, specifically.