Without Serve Denton, Youth & Family Counseling would not have been able to establish a second location in Northern Denton County.
— Eren Turner, Former Executive Director of Youth & Family Counseling
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.
— Pamela Barnes, CFO of Health Services of North Texas

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.
— Fifi Rose, Former Wheeler House Mom of 5

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.
— Jamie Gutierrez, Former Wheeler House Mom
Thank you for allowing my family to have a new slate.
— Former Wheeler House Mom

It’s been very helpful to have the tangible space at Serve Denton because of the signage, but also because of their wide network.
— Heather Hutmacher, Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Denton County

When nonprofits are working out of the same location, it’s amazing to see how many synergies are there.
— Lynnie Anderson, Executive Director of Refuge for Women North Texas
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.
— Marty Otero, Child Hunger Outreach Specialist

I was working out of Denny’s before I found Serve Denton.
— Dee Hatchell, CSBG Program Supervisor at Community Services, Inc.