Housing Crisis Center

Housing Crisis Center’s mission is to prevent homelessness and to stabilize those at risk in decent, affordable, and permanent housing. We provide services designed to prevent homelessness, housing programs that give safety and shelter to those who need our help, and supportive services to our clients to help them address the issues that led contributed to them becoming homeless. More than 10,000 households rely on HCC for assistance each year.

HCC has two kinds of programs, serving different homeless populations. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the majority of our funding and determines the guidelines we follow. Clients come to our programs from the Veteran’s Administration or caseworkers at area homeless shelters.

Unfortunately, we can’t take walk-ins. If you have a housing-related problem, please call our hotline at (214) 828-4244, and our counselors will help point you in the right direction, or attend one of our free legal clinics.

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Housing Programs Serving Primarily Veterans

Three programs for the chronically homeless serve primarily veterans. Clients have a disabling condition, but with supportive services are able to live independently. 

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Housing Programs Serving Families with Children

Newly homeless families with children can be in our Home Again program for a maximum of 12 months.  Clients receive intensive coaching to help them resolve the issues that contributed to their homelessness. 

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Programs Preventing Homelessness

Our Housing Crisis Hotline and Free Legal Clinic help more than 900 households avoid homelessness every year!

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4210 Junius Street
Dallas, TX 75246
214.828.4244
Monday through Friday, 9 am -5 pm

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