Options clinic provides free pregnancy testing and limited sonogram screening as well as information about pregnancy options.

Call or text (817) 599-6700, see our website www.TheOptionsClinic.net, or email Contact@TheOptionsClinic.net

Grace House Pregnancy Center provides free parenting classes geared for parents from pregnancy through toddler years and material items such as diapers, car seats, baby clothing, formula, etc. 

Call (817) 599-4700 or email Coordinator@GraceHouseMinistries.net.

Aledo Children’s Advocats serves the unmet needs of children within the Aledo community, such as medical and dental expenses, clothing, living expenses, field trips, senior expenses, school supplies, scholarships, school programs, and counseling or crisis intervention. 

Find out more at www.AledoAdvocats.com

Hearts Full of Love

www.HeartsFullofLove.org

(817) 677-1312

Hearts Full of Love serves the homeless population in Parker County through outreach and a HUD funded Rapid Re-Housing Program.

 

Events:

Front Porch Friends

Every Saturday at Central Christian Church, Weatherford (9:30 – 11:30am)

 

Blessing Breakfast and Food Pantry

Every 3rd Saturday at FBC Horse Shoe Bend (9 – 10:30am)

Sanctified Hope is a Christ-based, 12-month, transitional home for women coming directly out of prison.  SH provides easy classes for restoration, dysfunction of their past, job training, life skills, budget training along with a various other tools to live life as a law abiding, tax paying citizen in the community. 

For more information please call (817) 901-5446 or email Info@SanctifiedHope.org.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Palo Pinto unites collective efforts to prevent child abuse, reduce trauma of abuse and protect our children, while restoring the families of our community.

For more information please call (940) 468-3895 or visit www.CACPaloPinto.org.

Meals on Wheels of Palo Pinto County (MOWPPC) is a nonprofit organization that provides services to the elderly and disabled throughout Palo Pinto County. MOWPPC also provides information, referral and assistance to individuals who are seeking services for themselves, family members or others.

For more information please call (940) 325-7919 or visit www.MealsOnWheelsOfPPC.org.

United Way Of Palo Pinto County is a Proud Non-Profit that financially assist & supports 12 local nonprofit agencies in our Community! We give hope for a Better Tomorrow.

For more information please call (940) 325-4848.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Parker County’s mission is to end the cycle of child abuse by giving ALL children of Parker County a voice.  The CACPC provides forensic interviews for victims of abuse, victim support and advocacy, and counseling. 

The CACPC can be contacted directly at (682) 615-1992.

Freedom House provides confidential assistance and support to those experiencing any type of abuse, family violence, or sexual assault.  Our services include emergency counseling and advocacy.  Our mission is to seek to end abuse and violence through prevention and intervention.  There is no charge for our services. www.FreedomHousePC.org

The Joseph Thomas Foundation assists medically fragile children within our service area in the purchase of medical equipment and services when Medicaid and other sources are unable to assist. 

For more information visit www.JosephThomasFoundation.org

Manna Storehouse is a non-profit, all volunteer organization that provides food, clothing, furniture, household goods to needy families living within Parker County.  For those who qualify, assistance with bills such as medical, pharmacy, or utilities may be provided on a case by case basis. 

Call (817) 599-6569 for more information.

Center of Hope Parker County offers short term basic assistance for families facing financial hardships; helping with groceries, hot meals, utility and prescription assistance.  We also provide adult basic education and job training opportunities; empowering people to live a successful, joy-filled life. 

For more information please call (817) 594-0266.

Hope, Inc. is a domestic violence and sexual assault victim’s shelter located in Mineral Wells, TX. We are open 24/7 and can be reached at  (940) 325-1306.

Mineral Wells Center of Life is a Christ-centered ministry dedicated to helping break the cycle of poverty in Palo Pinto county by helping others become self-sufficient through faith, education, and mentoring solutions.  Mineral Wells Center of Life helps with temporary physical assistance, but seeks to go beyond to long-term solutions. Those seeking help are mentored to discover what resources they have and the underlying causes of their need. We get personally involved in clients’ lives and help them find a way out of the cycle of poverty.
Mineral Wells Center of Life seeks to work with area churches and organizations to make a real difference. Whatever the need we seek to find the resources and to guide clients through the process to find the solution.

For more information please call (940) 327-8700 or visit www.MWCOL.org.

Back Pack Buddies Mineral Wells is an ongoing community effort to provide food to at risk children on weekends when school meal programs are not available.  They also provide a summer feeding program.

For more information please call (940) 325-4707 or email BPBMW@GMail.com