• Community Council of Greater Dallas

    moving FAMILIES forward, leaving poverty behind

  • Do you need emergency assistance?

    Due to COVID-19, walk-in service is not available. If you need emergency services, please call 1-800-223-9509.

     

    Debido a COVID-19, el servicio sin cita previa no está disponible. Si necesita servicios de emergencia, llame al 1-800-223-9509.

    Are you 60+ and need help with your rent, mortgage or utilities?

  • programs & services

    2-1-1 Texas

    Anywhere in Texas, anyone can call 2-1-1 for free information and referrals to health and human services agencies, nonprofit and faith-based organizations, disaster relief resources, and volunteer opportunities.

    Economic Mobility

    Provides emergency assistance for rent, mortgage, utilities & food, plus a comprehensive workforce development program to transition individuals and families out of poverty.

     

    Older Adults

    The Dallas Area Agency on Agining connects Dallas County residents age 60+ and their caregivers to resources and services for living safely and independently.

     

     

    Community Wellness

    Evidence-based wellness programs and other series workshops to help individuals manage their conditions and take steps to live free and healthy lives.

     

     

    My Ride Dallas

    My Ride Dallas provides transportation options counseling program dedicated to helping older adults and people with disabilities understand the transportation available to them in Dallas County.

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    Do You need help with your rent, mortgage, or utilities?

  • Contact Us

    Community Council of Greater Dallas

    1341 W Mockingbird Lane
    Suite 1000W
    Dallas, TX 75247
    Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:30pm
    (214) 871 - 5065
  • Community Action Agency for Dallas County

    Community Council of Greater Dallas serves as the Community Action Agency for Dallas County by providing programs and services to individuals in poverty, working families, youth, and older adults. Through our initiatives, residents learn to become self-sufficient, reducing and eliminating their reliance on social services.