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His Gracious Hands

Asists the elderly, disabled, first responders, Veterans, and single moms in the area with transportation.

5250 Highway 78, Ste. 750
Sachse, TX USA


Recovery Resource Council

Recovery Resource Council offers FREE and confidential counseling services. Enduring Women provides counseling and peer navigation to women veterans experiencing various issues as PTSD, depression, anxiety, military sexual trauma, reintegration issues, substance abuse, or parenting difficulties. Enduring Families is counseling services for the veteran, and his or her family members. A variety of counseling services will be combined to meet the particular needs of the family including individual, couples, family therapy, or parenting difficulties.

2700 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76111 


Salvation Army

The Salvation Army Veterans Enrichment program provides permanent housing, case management and support services for chronically homeless, disabled veterans. It stabilizes housing and increases income through job training and placement.

Dallas/Fort Worth Office

8787 N. Stemmons Freeway, Ste. 800
Arlington, TX 76013 USA


Tarrant County Spiritual Care Network

Description & Key Services: The purpose of the Tarrant County Spiritual Care Network (SCN) is to provide spiritual support for Tarrant County Texas institutions that are service oriented to the community. Tarrant County Spiritual Care Network is a non-profit organization providing spiritual support and care for the leadership of Tarrant County, Texas. We provide spiritual direction and care, and opportunities for service to the community and the facilitation of faith-based collaborative efforts for Tarrant County institutions.

Fort Worth Office

3800 S. Hulen Street, Ste 230
Fort Worth, TX 76107 


Texas Christian University (Soul Repair Center-Moral Injury)

The Soul Repair Center at Brite Divinity School, established in 2012 offers public education and conducts research on moral injury and recovery in military veterans, as well as other professions that involve high stakes situations. The Center educates religious and non-profit communities, employers, educators, religious leaders, chaplains, seminarians, and medical care-givers—about the ways we can enable a return to ordinary life of those who experience moral injury. Contact: Elia Whitworth, (817) 257-4511 or

Local Office

2925 Princeton Street
Fort Worth, TX 76109