Funding to provide trauma-informed care and early childhood development programming to children who have experienced trauma or need a safe environment.
Funding for its WAY Program, which provides individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities with a multi-year, leveled training program that teaches basic life and career skills, healthy behaviors, and how to live independently.
Funding to support free after school programming in DISD middle and charter schools.
Funding to provide individualized and intimate grief support groups year-round for children, youth, and their parents.
Funding to support the operations of its childcare learning centers that serve its most vulnerable students during the period of virtual learning.
Funding to support the Dallas Rental Assistance Collaboration by providing temporary staff to administer the program.
Funding to provide housing and essentials to individuals who are homeless as they transition into long-term housing outside of the shelter.
Funding for its Share-A-Night Program, which provides families with lodging, support, and the comforts of home while their child receives needed medical treatment at a local healthcare facility.
Funding to support interactive, educational programs for children and youth.
Multi-year funding to provide therapeutic services to children and youth and their families, which seek to strengthen family bonds.