Located southeast of downtown Fort Worth, the Mabee Center serves as the hub of The Salvation Army’s Tarrant County operations. This facility is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Whether an individual or family needs a hot meal, a place to stay, or any of the variety of residential programs designed to take a family or individual from homelessness to being a stable and productive member of society, help can be found at the Mabee Center.
PROGRAMS & SERVICES
- Emergency Homeless Shelter
- Daily Meals for the Homeless
- Home Sweet Home
- Simon Transitional Program
- S.T.A.R.T. Program
- First Choice Program
Emergency Homeless Shelter
Our emergency shelter is open 365 days a year to provide a safe, clean refuge for men, women, families, and women with children. Our guests are provided with sleeping accommodations, hot meals, showers(including towels and toiletries), and clothes. We also offer a VA Permanent Supportive Housing Program.
Daily Meals for the Homeless
Hunger and proper nutrition are ongoing issues for people on the streets. To address this need, we serve three hot meals a day in our on-site cafeteria for any and all who show up. The free meals are balanced and nutritious to help meet a person’s most basic need.
The Salvation Army Veterans Enrichment program provides permanent housing, long-term comprehensive case management, and supportive services for chronically homeless, disabled veterans. Designed to stabilize housing, increase income through job training/placement, and enhance self-determination, S.A.V.E.‘s mission is to meet a veteran’s most urgent needs as rapidly as possible.
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