To break the cycle of homelessness, our range of programs minister directly to homeless men, women and children.
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The Union Gospel Mission is a faith-based homeless shelter providing food, beds and clothing to the homeless men, women and children in Dallas County.
Because education helps break the cycle of homelessness, we help men and women prepare to enter the workforce through academic enrichment and job training.
Our on-site, state-licensed childcare center brings God’s love to children whose mothers reside at the Center of Hope women’s shelter.
We offer on-site, free medical clinics at our men’s and women’s shelters, offering all residents basic and preventative medical care as well as medical education.
All three shelters offer long-term, faith-based, rehabilitation programs called Discipleship. Each person accepted into our program is also assigned a chaplain for individual care.
Our support does not end with a successfully completed transformation program. We also offer ongoing educational and work training assistance, transitional and permanent housing.
The Union Gospel Mission has always provided services to homeless veterans. To meet today’s rising need, we partner with the VA to house up to 54 homeless veterans.
The Union Gospel Mission offers job training in automotive repair and the construction and hospitality trades at the Sovereign Center for Homeless Advancement.
Our Senior Program, for men ages 55 and older, is tailored to help older homeless gentlemen by supporting them in the initial steps toward rebuilding their lives.