The Grace Grapevine Program provides the following services:
The GRACE Community Clinic is a Medical Home for uninsured families that do not have access to traditional health care. A dedicated staff of volunteer Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Pharmacists, translators and clerical personnel provide services to our patients.
The clinic offers the following healthcare services: routine Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Well Woman, and Chiropractic Care. We hold monthly preventative care and education opportunities such as diabetes, pre-diabetes, self- breast exam training, and nutrition classes.
In collaboration with other agencies, we are able to offer medications, laboratory and imaging services, and hands on Cooking Classes.
As appropriate, patients are referred to Tarrant County’s John Peter Smith Health Network and other specialty providers for services.
The Christmas Cottage is a program that provides families with Christmas gifts for their family at no cost to them. What makes our program unique is that we allow our clients to make their own selections of gifts for their family. Each family is given a budget based on their family size. They “shop” in the cottage among age appropriate items that are given a dollar value that is approximate to Walmart. This way, they not only get to choose the gifts that they know their children will like, but they are learning to budget and understand the value of what they are being given. It really helps the parents maintain a sense of dignity since they are able to maintain a level of privacy.
he GRACE Transitional Housing program works with homeless individuals and families to help move them towards independence. Transitional Housing clients participate in intensive case management to assist them in achieving educational, career and financial goals while living in clean, stable housing. All activities are aimed at self-determination and eventual self-sufficiency. Transitional Housing case managers use a number of measures to track progress towards financial, educational and behavioral modification goals. Case management appointments are scheduled at least weekly and case managers assist with day-to-day functioning. Apartments used as housing for TH participants are completely furnished with donated furniture and housewares. The homes are made ready for move-in by GRACE volunteers.
Feed Our Kids fills these “hungry” weeks with sack lunches, milk, smiles, and a loving atmosphere. Please consider being a part of this exciting program: we believe it will be as rewarding for you as it is for the children you will help. Contact Seasonal Programs.
The Client Choice Food Pantry provides perishable and non-perishable food to individuals and families in need. More than a mere handout, the Client Choice Food Pantry uses a voucher system for
The Food Pantry updates their most pressing needs based on supply shortage or time of year. Click here to download the current list of needs.
GRACE provides emergency assistance to more than 1,200 families per year who are faced with financial challenges due to low-income or recent emergency. Aid is given on an as-needed basis. This program provides food, clothing, toiletries, household goods, furniture, financial assistance, and information/referrals to those in need. Monthly supplemental food is offered for seniors and the disabled.
If you have experienced a recent emergency or financial
crisis, GRACE can help. You will meet with a trained case worker in a warm and
caring environment. Visitors are seen on a walk-in basis between the hours of
9:00am and 5:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and between 12:30pm
and 5:30pm on Wednesday.