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Crisis Assistance

Crisis Assistance

Weatherford Service Hours: Monday – Thursday | 10am – 2pm
Weatherford Evening Hours Available: Thursdays | 5:30pm-7pm

Springtown Service Hours: Monday – Thursday | 10am – 2pm

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Center of Hope is dedicated to helping people fight food insecurity and improve nutrition. The aim is to ensure that everyone has enough good quality food to lead a healthy life.

This goal can only be achieved through our many community partners, such as Tarrant Area Food Bank, local churches, H-E-B, Walmart, Brookshires, Albertsons, Town Talk, Clear Fork Creek Farms, local restaurants, and individual donations. The Center of Hope strives to provide a large assortment of nutritious foods such as fresh breads, bakery items, meats, fruits, vegetables, and dairy products.  To view our community partners, visit:

Center of Hope’s food pantry is open to Parker County residents.  Families are able to shop for groceries on a monthly basis.  For more information on receiving help, visit: .


Center of Hope serves hot meals through our dining room. This program relies heavily on volunteers from local churches and businesses.  If your group is interested in serving in the kitchen/dining room, please contact Colleen Wiley at or 817-594-0266 ext. 311.

The dining room is open:

Weatherford: Monday-Thursday from 10 AM – 2 PM

Springtown: Tuesday & Thursday from 10 AM – 2 PM

For more information on receiving help, visit: .

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is provided to individuals facing financial challenges due to low-income or a recent emergency. The majority of our financial support helps families with paying a their utility bill.

Participants requesting help will go through an interview process with an advisor to assess their financial need and to determine the best and most appropriate help.

For more information on receiving help, visit: .

Medical Assistance

Center of Hope provides assistance to low-income participants who have limited to no insurance. Participants will go through an interview process with an advisor to assess their financial need and to determine the best and most appropriate help.

Typical services that could be covered: prescriptions, co-pays, and minor medical emergencies.  

In addition, through a partnership with Parker County Health District, Center of Hope offers an on-site telemedicine clinic where participants can be tested and treated for acute medical conditions.

For more information on receiving help, visit: .

Dental Assistance

Kingdom Smiles provides affordable urgent dental care to low-income participants in Parker County who are experiencing serious dental pain or other health issues related to dental conditions. Long-term, restorative solutions are offered for those participants needing extensive work to extract and replace teeth with dentures when medically necessary or to increase their ability to be employed due to the unsatisfactory appearance and/or health of their teeth.

Any participants requesting services through Kingdom Smiles will have a consultation with the Coordinator to assess their dental and financial need. If the participant qualifies for services, a treatment plan is established by our partner dentists and/or oral surgeons who provide these services to the Center at greatly reduced rates.

Kingdom Smiles partners with 12 local dentists and oral surgeons to perform all of our dental services. To view the list of our partners, visit: Dentists of Hope

Typical services we provides are: initial exam, x-rays, extractions, resin-based composite, removal of Torus Mandibularis, deep scaling, and partial/full dentures.

For more information, contact Teresa Lewis, our Kingdom Smiles Coordinator, at

Mental Health

With the help of our partner, Safe Harbor Counseling Center, we are able to provide financial assistance for counseling services for our participants.  Safe Harbor is dedicated to providing professional counseling from a Christian perspective by being an extension of God’s grace, mercy, and healing.  For more information, visit:

Participants requesting help will go through an interview process with an advisor and/or life coach to assess their situation.

In addition, Center of Hope offers “Keep CALM”, a 5-week class addressing how to have peace in a chaotic world. Based on the book “Anxious for Nothing” by Max Lucado, we help participants celebrate God’s goodness, ask God for help, leave concerns with God, and meditate on good things.

Resource Referrals

Every participant’s situation is different. Sometimes the support an individual requires is not within the scope of our work. We partner with agencies in Parker and Tarrant County to help individuals get connected with the agency that best fits their needs.

Contact Us

Please call 817-594-0266 or complete the form below and we will be in contact shortly.