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L.I.F.E. Development Community, Inc.
Housing for Adults, Veterans, and Families
Dallas/Fort worth, TX
A Campaign for Housing, Security and Hope for the Homeless
With the growing numbers of cases where people finding it difficult to meet basic expectations from their livelihood, we see everyone deserves a good healthcare, basic education and a balanced living. Our vision is to provide housing, education, training and supportive services for low-income, underprivileged, disenfranchised and disadvantaged adults, veterans, and families. As we see if we can provide them with their basic needs today, they will be self-efficient and empowered tomorrow.
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The goal of this program is to help Adults, veterans, and families achieve self-sufficiency and avoid long-term dependency on social services by providing shelter, education training, and assistance with scholarship programs. This is our effort for the community in building a system where we can take care of the ones less privileged and help them stand equal in the community. We believe for a strong and persistent community we must enable impactful means to the people finding difficult getting them. L.I.F.E development community is based all over the United States and now currently operating in Dallas, TX. Our initiative is to empower and encourage people for a strong and better community, where we stand as a bridge between dependency to self-efficiency “a second chance of life”.
The goal of the program is to help Adults, veterans, and families achieve self-sufficiency and avoid long-term dependency on social services by providing shelter, education training, and assistance with scholarship programs.
Housing & Transportation
Jobs & Training
- Job Assistance
- Business Start-up
Health & Social Services
- Mental Health
- Medical Assistance
- Physical Health
- Social Services
HOMELESSNESS IN DALLAS, TEXAS
In 2019, the State of Homelessness Address required by HUD reported some 3,722 persons experiencing homelessness with 1,153 of those completely unsheltered. The pandemic has contributed heavily to an alarming rise in number; homeless encampments have increased by 30% and are located in some 395 parks.