We proudly serve veterans across the region and have a long history of connection with those who have dutifully served our country. Our Dallas and Fort Worth programs are extended to any veterans in the broader North Texas region.
We currently maintain ten beds for homeless veterans who are referred by the VA for “bridge housing”, a short-term housing intervention while they are awaiting pre-arranged permanent housing. During that time, veterans participate in case management and supportive services that focus on achieving short term goals that prepare them for independent living.
There are 96 total beds for veterans who are disabled due to mental illness, medical conditions, and/or substance abuse. Veterans may stay for up to six months and participate in clinical services that address their unique needs, including group and individual therapy and psychoeducational and relapse prevention groups, in addition to the other life skills and financial literacy classes. Case Management Specialists provide clients with supportive behavioral health and rehabilitative services as they work on obtaining stable income and transitioning into permanent housing.
Carr P. Collins Social Services Center
5302 Harry Hines Blvd.
The Salvation Army Veterans Enrichment (SAVE) program provides veterans with permanent housing, long-term comprehensive case management, and support services for chronically homeless, disabled veterans.
The program is designed to stabilize their housing situation, increase their income through job training and job placement services, and to increase their levels of independence and self-determination.
J.E. & L.E. Mabee Center
1855 E. Lancaster
Fort Worth, TX 76103