There are 19 rungs on our Ladder of Self-Sufficiency that we are working to fill at the Serve Denton Center and The Wheeler House. Each rung represents an area of need that must be addressed for someone to become self-sufficient.
We are so excited to welcome Texoma Council of Governments (TCOG) to the Serve Denton Center as our newest nonprofit partner! Their organization will assist income-qualified customers with utility assistance and weatherization services as well as work to coordinate with other agencies housed within Serve Denton.
We are so excited to welcome Giving Hope, Inc. to the Serve Denton Center as our newest nonprofit partner! Serve Denton currently partners with Giving Hope, Inc. at The Wheeler House where their organization manages the transitional housing facility for moms and their kids. Since 2015, more than 100 mom and kids have transitioned out of a housing crisis into permanent housing because of this program.
December 20th marked the culmination of 21 months of effort for Health Services of North Texas, Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County, Denton Community Food Clinic and Serve Denton. We closed on a $9.5 million deal that will enable each agency to accomplish some of its strategic goals that most likely would never have been achieved by the organizations working independently.