Opening Doors For Women in Need

Transitional Housing
Fort Worth, TX
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3600 Horne Street
Fort Worth, TX - 76107

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About Opening Doors For Women in Need

Last-Modified: 2020-08-01 08:03:52

Opening Doors for Women in Need provides services and resources which empower women to become independent both emotionally and financially for themselves and their children. This is a faith-based program which includes a voluntary 12-month stay in transitional housing. Most of the women in the program have been incarcerated and are in recovery from drug addiction and/or domestic abuse as well as homelessness. Other services provided are: Clothing for women Computer training Bible study Support group meetings Community garden Other services available to the general public as appropriate. Eligibility:  Transitional housing for women only, no children allowed. Fees:   $300/mo for transitional housing, no fees for other services. Intake Procedure:   Must complete application and interview for transitional housing, call first for availability of food, clothing and other services.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

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  1. I left a very abusive marriage and found myself homeless I have been diagnosed with PTSD .I do all I can to seek help like seeing a Dr seeing a therapist I am not afraid of hard work I am a good person love God and just need assistance .thank you for all you do for women like me posted May 28, 2019
  2. housing posted October 10, 2019
  3. Homeless with 9 year old son. A week. posted December 7, 2019
  4. being release from prison on March and I have a drug and being sober problem 19 2020 and have no housing posted January 15, 2020
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