A HOME TOWARDS HOME
“Helping families transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency”
Tarrant County Homeless Coalition Summary for 2020
According to the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition’s Point In Time Count, on January 24, 2020, *2,103 people were homeless in Tarrant County. Overall increase from 2019 of 4%. About 201 people of that number live in Arlington; 1,827 live in Ft. Worth; 33 Parker; 42 live in NE Tarrant.
The top three reasons people report they become homeless are
1) Unemployment/no income
2) Inability to pay rent
3) Physical/mental disability
Sixty-one percent were men; 39% were women; 19% children; 22% families; 6% Veterans.
*Before the 2020 pandemic.
who we are
A Home Towards Home
Dignity - We treat our guests with dignity and respect, consistently.
Excellence – We operate in the spirit of excellence.
Agape Love – We demonstrate the love of Christ to all that we serve.
Accountability - We carry out our responsibilities accountably and compliantly at all levels.
Leadership – We lead with integrity and commitment.
Point in Time Count with Tarrant County Homeless Coalition and Arlington Police Department
You Are Loved
Segue Living Center Community outreach and Fundraiser at The Dock Bookshop in Ft. Worth.
North Texas Giving Day Celebration and Fundraiser Extravaganza
Arlington Feeding” with Sandra Greene Smith/Brittany’s Backpack Ministry and Chef Alicia Baptiste/AH 100 Cities
Giving Tuesday Fundraiser
Providing meals, toiletries, and detergents monthly to families at the Arlington Life Shelter.
Serving meals to families at local shelter and/or street outreach collaboration.
Community event and fundraiser. Details of events will be provided on various social media platforms.