Foster care and Adoption: You want to learn more about being family for kids that are older or siblings. We’re grateful and we believe you deserve honest information. PCHAS cares about the future of your family and we’re the guide you can trust. We’re here to help you make the best decisions for your family, whether that means fostering, adopting or supporting families who do. Connect with your Foster Care & Adoption Guide or register for an Online Info Session to learn how you can be family for children who need one. Contact: Travis Cutbirth- Phone: 940-557-551
Growing Together: We prepare you to be family for children and provide the customized support you'll need every step of the way. is open to any pregnant parent or those with a child 0-5 years of age residing in Navarro County, Texas who desire a stronger attachment with their child. Stronger family attachment during the infant, toddler and preschool years creates a foundation for healthy development and educational success. Caregivers are provided new tools for their toolbox by learning parenting strategies that promote a strong foundation of children’s brain development and emotional well-being.
-Free, family focused services
-Strength-based parenting support using TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Intervention) and The Ready Method
-Flexible hours - We meet in the family home at their convenience
-Parents Better Together Support Group - semimonthly social support
Mentoring: Mentors meet weekly with children at home, school or in the community to implement customized plans for overcoming challenging behaviors or long-term struggles. Trained community members work with children who wish to focus on one of the "three C's": character, college, or career. Mentors understand that not every child will have or choose the same path. Children ages 5-18 learn how to set goals and build relationships. Transportation is provided and weekly meetings occur after school hours and on weekends.
Transitional Living for Young Adults: Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services helps young adults with an effective, results-driven bridge curriculum for living on one’s own. Our hope is that the youth we serve will successfully complete their education, find gainful employment, move into their own homes and live successful, independent and productive lives. Apply online. Provides a long-term residential program that empowers clients to achieve goals and reach self-sufficiency. only accept clients through an application, interview and assessment process. is not an emergency shelter.* Counseling, Educational resources, Employment guidance, Financial education, Health and self-care awareness, Job and life skills training, Mentoring, Personal and professional goal development, Residential housing.
Counseling: This program provides mental health services for children, families and groups, and refers them to other services when needed. It provides the opportunity to process emotions related to life events and other stressors.
Child and Family Program: This in-home family preservation program stabilizes families during a crisis such as poverty, abuse, neglect or homelessness.
-Families in need of emotional support
-Single parents who feel overwhelmed
-Grandparents raising grandchildren
-Families struggling with a child's difficult behavior
-Parents who are at the end of their rope and not sure where to turn
Single Parent Family : Struggling single parents gain the chance to raise their children in a safe, nurturing environment while strengthening their self-sufficiency.
Our aim is to give struggling single parents a chance to raise their children in a safe, nurturing environment where they can all succeed. The Single Parent Family Program offers long-term residential programs. It empowers clients to achieve goals and reach self-sufficiency. It is not an emergency shelter and only accepts clients through an application, interview and assessment process. (This residential program operates in Houston, San Antonio and Waxahachie, Texas, as well as Farmington, Missouri. To apply for the Single Parent Family Program, call us at 800-888-1904, email us at email@example.com )
The program includes:
-Housing and other services
-Employment assistance, including educational and vocational help and support choosing a future career
-Referrals for individual and group counseling
-Case management services
-Assistance with obtaining food stamps and health insurance
-Money management and life skills training
-Parenting, wellness, and nutrition classes
Child and Family Fort Worth: 2700 McPherson Ave. Ft. Worth, Texas 76109 Phone: 817.926.4673 Fax 817.926.1155 Toll Free: 800.888.1904
Growing Together Corsicana: 122 S. 12th Street, Suite 106 Corsicana, Texas 75110 Phone: 903.229.4853 Toll Free: 800.888.1904
PCHAS Waxahachie: 300 Brookside Road., Waxahachie TX 75167 Phone: 800.888.1904
Single Parent Family: Phone: 972.456.9460 or 972.456.9787 Toll Free: 800.888.1904
Child and Family Keller: 1240 Keller Parkway, Suite 200., Keller, Texas 76248 Phone: 817.503.1504 Fax 817.851.5458 Toll Free: 800.888.1904
Child and Family Dallas: 6000 Bentwood Trail., Dallas, Texas 75252 Phone: 214.750.0776 Fax 972.248.2490 Toll Free: 800.888.1904
PCHAS Dallas/Fort Worth: 1234 Abrams Rd. Dallas, TX 75214 Phone: 972.598.1754 Fax 214.515.7194 Toll Free: 800.888.1904