What Out Partners Have to Say
Without Serve Denton, Youth & Family Counseling would not have been able to establish a second location in Northern Denton County.
I want to point out the greater value than dollars saved is the fact that our patients and the community has increased access to medical care as a result of implementing this site (The Wheeler House) in the heart of the City of Denton.
The Wheeler House gave me an arm to grab onto, a hand to hold onto, when in my mind, I knew of nothing else or no one else who could help us.
For anyone that doesn’t believe that God always finds a way! I lost all hope until I found the Wheeler House! Thank you, Giving Hope and Serve Denton.
Thank you for allowing my family to have a new slate.
It’s been very helpful to have the tangible space at Serve Denton because of the signage, but also because of their wide network.
When nonprofits are working out of the same location, it’s amazing to see how many synergies are there.
The Denton Hunger Coalition thanks all of the community agencies that work tirelessly to make the Denton Mobile Pantry a success, including Serve Denton for helping us to continue to address the issue of hunger in the Denton community.
I was working out of Denny’s before I found Serve Denton.
The Serve Denton Center is roughly 50% less than what we thought we would be spending prior to learning about this location.
Having an office in Serve Denton will allow Early Childhood Services staff to save time, work more efficiently, access office equipment/supplies and have a place to conduct groups and team meetings.
Being located at the Serve Denton office will facilitate greater collaboration to serve area children and their families. It also allows us a place to meet with groups of families to enhance their Early Childhood Services experience.
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