Local Assistance Resources: Coppell, Texas
Page Updated June 2021
There Have to Be More Ministries uses finances and items donated from abandoned storage units, businesses, churches, and individuals, to satisfy community needs.
Furniture, appliances, home accessories, and much of the clothing can be utilized within our community for those who have been through a devastating loss, such as flood, fire, divorce, illness, job loss, or death of a loved one.
The largest percentage of items donated is clothing, which can be utilized in several ways:
- Delivered to families in immediate need.
- Wearable but not pristine-this clothing can be laundered, packaged, and used for disaster relief in other areas of our world.
- Quilting-Though much of the clothing is no longer fit to be worn, it can be cut and transformed into quilting material for blankets to be given to families in need of warmth and comfort.
The Benevolence Ministry at GracePoint has food available to those in the community in need. You do not have to be a member of GracePoint to receive food. Food can be picked up during office hours with no questions asked.
Includes financial assistance for home repairs
The Rebuilding Together program transforms the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing their communities.
- Home repairs
We are Survivors is a 501©3 non-profit organization for abused women and children. Their mission is to provide a stable environment for abused and battered women and children in providing temporary shelter, counseling, and employment training. they want to help women transition from abusive situations to being self-sufficient women in society.
We Are Survivors program provides a stable environment for abused and battered women and children where they can have temporary shelter, counseling, and employment training. We want to help women transition from abusive situations to being self-sufficient women in society. We are Survivors will provide transitional housing, which is a residency program that includes support services such as advocacy, counseling, and job assistance. Transitional housing is usually provided after a crisis and residents can stay in the program for twelve to eighteen months. In the case of domestic violence victims, transitional housing is the step between emergency shelters and permanent housing. Other services offered include support groups, personal advocacy, spiritual support, housing advocacy, case management, educational workshops, and community outreach.