• IDEA is partnered with Dick Granger Neighborhood Ministry at the Church of the Incarnation to help our families with an acute and pressing financial need (e.g., those that may be facing eviction or other situations that may adversely impact a family). Financial assistance ranges from up to $500 to an individual and a family with as much as $750, sometimes more. We will help one client no more than once every twelve months.  Call the hotline at 214-217-5656, leave a name and phone number and you will receive a call back for a short conversation about your situation. If you don’t have a phone, please leave a neighbor’s number. One of our few requirements is that the client/the parent should be working or actively searching for a job. They do not need to be a US citizen and we have Spanish-speaking volunteers.

     

     

    Rental assistance in Dallas County Texas.

    Renters in the Dallas metropolitan area, as well as throughout the county, have dozens of non-profit organizations and charities that they can call for help with paying rent and eviction prevention assistance. Some are non-profit organizations, and others are funded and supported by the federal government and/or the state of Texas.

    • City of Dallas Department of Housing
      This government office administers the cities rental assistance program, and can direct low income families and individuals to both federal and state of Texas rent assistance programs and options.
      Dallas Texas
      Call - (214)-670-8367 or 214-670-6341
    • ULGD Urban League of Dallas
      214-915-4600
      Counseling may be available to tenants facing eviction, and the non-profit can also refer individuals to sources of funds or grants for rent and other housing needs. Clients are low income families, single parents, minorities and other vulnerable individuals that are behind on their rent or mortgage. A main goal is to stop evictions and general homelessness in the community. More on Dallas Urban League assistance programs.
    • Dallas Housing Authority
      A HUD approved counseling agency. Counselors can both help renters avoid an eviction, as well as provide free foreclosure and landlord/renter counseling or mediation.
      Dallas Texas. The office is on 3939 N. Hampton Road.
      Call - 214-951-8300
    • Richardson East Church of Christ
      Main office - 1504 E. Campbell Rd
      Richardson, Texas 75081
      Dial 972-231-8231
      The zip codes supported are 75243, 75042, 75254, 75240, 75044, 75080, 75081, 75082, and 75248. Emergency rent help and other assistance is available from the church. Immigrants, single parents, and the working poor can apply for grants or other housing resources.
    • North Dallas Shared Ministries
      2875 Merrell Road
      Dallas, TX 75229
      214-358-8700
      Call this non-profit to get more information or to learn where apply for help with paying security deposits as well as funds for emergency rental expenses. A pre-screening and application process may be in place. They may also have information on other resources, such as transitional housing and eviction prevention.
       
    • Housing Crisis Center works with the homeless and individuals that are behind on their rent. Programs include shelter as well as transitional housing. Legal aid, advice, and referrals to grant or loan programs for emergency one time rental assistance may be available as well. The homeless can learn about rehousing, security deposits, and low income apartments. Call 214-828-4244.
    • Hope Restoration, Inc.
      (214) 421-8300
      This organization will work with the low income and indigent in order to get them back on track. They can help meet many needs, including rental assistance. Clients may get information on employment programs in Dallas County as well.
    • Dallas County Veterans Service Office
      Location is 2377 N. Stemmons Freeway, Suite 631
      Dallas, TX 75207
      Main number is 972-692-4939
      Veterans and their families can get help. Grants assist with rent, mortgages, utilities, and other needs. Homeless veterans can also request rehousing. One service is known as HUD VASH, and there is also SSVF grant based aid.
    • White Rock Center of Hope
      Dallas Texas 
      (214) 324-8996
      The main goal of the center is it can give housing support and rent assistance to Dallas families. The goal of the non-profit White Rock Center of Hope is to provide help, advice, and resources to those people who are trying to help themselves avoid eviction and maintain utility services, which is required for housing.
    • Metrocrest Services
      13801 Hutton Drive
      Farmers Branch, Texas
      Telephone - 972-446-2100
      Social Services and rental help are administered. Apply now. Some requests may be fulfilled by using short term loans for paying rent and other housing costs.

    Please click on links below for additional rental assistance help: 

    https://unitedwaydallas.org/rental-assistance/

    https://interfaithdallas.org/contact-us/