Dallas Life reaches out to the homeless men, women, and children of the metroplex with food, shelter, clothing, education, and long term drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.
The organization was formed to serve the homeless community of Dallas and the surrounding area with a mission to be a place where homeless men, women, and children can receive help and hope during their time of need, to be a path to recovery and self-sufficient living, and to be a promise that there is a way to begin again. To fulfill this mission, the organization has different recovery programs to meet the needs of individuals, couples, teens, children, families, those with disabilities, and the elderly. Through these recovery programs, the organization provides vocational, educational, and spiritual growth opportunities, in addition to providing food, clothing, and shelter. The organization assists with employment referrals, graduate equivalency diploma (G.E.D.) classes, counseling services, and more.The Veteran's Program accepts pre-screened veterans referred by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Program participants are provided with shelter, food, clothing, and connecting services to secure housing within a 90 day period. The organization has dedicated 5 rooms and 18 men's beds for this program.