• Community Council of Greater Dallas

    moving families forward, leaving poverty behind.


    Health programs and initiatives.

    Community care and navigation services.

    Education and work readiness programs.

    Outcomes From the 2019 Legislative Session

    The Texas Legislature adjourned sine die—or “without assigning a day for future meeting”—on Monday, May 27 after passing more than a thousand bills. Governor Greg Abbott has until June 16 to veto any legislation that he does not want to become law. Overall, we feel like it has been a good session for our community. While our senior SNAP simplification bill did not pass, multiple bills passed that will improve child care standards in Texas, including SB 568 and SB 569. Additional funding was secured for child abuse prevention programs ($1.5 million to H.O.P.E.S and $2.9 million to Nurse-Family Partnership) above funding to maintain current caseloads. Many thanks to you, all of our advocates, and our local and statewide allies for working with us throughout the session to keep these issues top of the legislators' minds! We also greatly appreciate all of our legislators for their dedication and commitment to the state, and for having to making tough decisions in the best interest of their constituents!

  • 2019 Annual Luncheon

    A Fight Against Poverty

    Friday, November 8, 2019 @ 11am

    The Statler

  • Community Action Agency

    for Dallas County

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


    Steel Toes to Stilettos

    “Get Financially Fit”

    Empowering Women through financial success while providing an opportunity for women to feel confident and comfortable building and sustaining wealth.


    This is a great opportunity to network with other professionals while enjoying lunch at one of the most beautiful, sophisticated spots in the city, “The Network Bar” Trinity Groves.


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    $40.00 + $3.00 S&H Per Copy

    The Community Council Sourcebook is updated bi-annually. The 2018-2019 SourceBook is your one-stop resource for human services in the Greater Dallas area, providing the most up-to-date information on Dallas area agencies. Information includes listings of nonprofit agencies, City of Dallas services, Dallas County services and listings for adjacent counties.


    For inclusion in the next edition please submit your request here.

    $100.00 Per Copy

    The 2018-2019 Salary and Benefits Survey contains an analysis of Fiscal Year 2018 as reported voluntarily by 43 organizations responding to a survey requesting salary information as of June 5, 2018. The DFW Metro Area is defined as: Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties. The organizations are nonprofit organizations listed in the Community Council’s Sourcebook and other directories in the region.

  • 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