Organization Phone number Website Services
ACH Child and Family Services (817) 335-4673 ACH brings needed resources and skills to children and families struggling with life’s challenges. Some of our programs keep children and families together, while others provide a healing home for children who can’t live with their families.
Best Place 4 Kids Find a child care provider, receive tips and parent information, get school readiness help, and more.
Catholic Charities Fort Worth 817.534.0814 Transportation and immigration services
Child Care Associates 817-838-0055 We serve the whole child and family by providing academic and social/emotional growth through quality early education and child care programs. Our early education programs provide much more than instruction — we ensure that each child has a family doctor, a dentist, and is up-to-date on all immunizations and screenings. We ease the burden on low-income families by offering no-cost CCA campuses or offsetting the high cost of child care.
Children's Oral Health Coalition 682-885-6730 Education on Oral health and screenings
City of Fort Worth Library 817-392-READ (7323) A student library card provides unlimited access to homework help and much more! Get a youth Libary Card with proof of school enrollment when you visit any of our walk-in locations, or email us today to start a youth card application.
City of Fort Worth, Neighborhood Services 817-392-7540 The Neighborhood Services Department strengthens families and neighborhoods through social services, community development and affordable housing programs.
Cook Children's - Child Safety Center 682-885-4000 Cook Children's where everything we do centers around providing the best care possible for your child and family. Browse their website to learn tips for keeping your kids healthy and safe. Plus, helpful guides for parents of babies, toddlers, children and teens.
Disability Rights Texas 1-800-252-9108 Our work is to make sure that children and adults with disabilities are treated with respect and dignity where they live, work, and go to school.
JPS School-Based Health Centers District students and their siblings (from birth to 22 years old) are welcome at any school-based health center location where a family member is enrolled. Don’t have insurance? JPS staff are ready to help connect children with available resources such as CHIP, Medicaid or JPS Connection.
MHMR Tarrant County - Early Childhood Services 844-NTX-KIDS The staff of Early Childhood Services desire to be available to the families and children that we serve and support them in the manner that best meets their needs and for which they feel comfortable.
New Day Services 817-926-9499 NewDay Services impacts children's lives by empowering their parents--offering them hope and inspiration through practical tools and life coaching. Clients come from the Courts, Child Welfare and Community agencies.
One Safe Place 817-885-7774 The mission of One Safe Place is to prevent crime and violence in our neighborhoods, schools and homes.
Read Fort Worth 817-258-8130 Fort Worth has formed an unprecedented coalition of business, civic, education, philanthropic, nonprofit and volunteer leaders to ensure that 100 percent of Fort Worth third-graders are reading on grade level. Read Fort Worth serves as the backbone organization that connects and supports initiatives, programs, and providers toward the common goal of third grade reading.
The Parenting Center 817-332-6348 Provide family members and professionals with the tools, resources and services to build successful families.
UNTHSC Healthy Start 817-735-2553 Healthy Start provides home visitation services for women and families in Tarrant County.