Southern Denton County has many non-profit agencies that provide valuable resources to our community:
CASA of Denton County
CASA recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers to help provide court advocacy services for abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes by CPS and placed in foster care.
CCA (Christian Community Action)
CCA's Adult Health Center services the working poor, uninsured and under-insured, delivering quality, economical primary and preventive health care.
Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County
Provides free services to victims of serious child abuse in Denton County and support services to the professionals involved in the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of these cases.
Special Abilities of North Texas (formerly Adult Day Stay)
Every family and caregiver with a member who has special needs has access to Special Abilities of North Texas as the regionally recognized state-of-the-art day habilitation, day activity and health services organization.
Denton County Friends of the Family
Services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Health Services of North Texas
HSNT's Nutrition Center provides supplementary supply of food and hygiene products vital to ensuring the stability and long term health of clients.
Pediatric Healthcare for the uninsured children or children receiving Medicaid or Children's Health Insurance Program benefits.
The Salvation Army
Through their Emergency Financial Assistance program, The Salvation Army helps stabilize families and individuals who are temporarily unable to afford rent, mortgage, utilities, clothing or food due to a crisis.
SPAN (Special Programs or Aging Needs)
SPAN provides both home delivered and congregate meals to senior citizens.
Youth & Family Counseling
Provides the highest quality mental health care at the lowest possible cost to all citizens of Denton County.