Serving in Springtown

Serving in Springtown

Parker County Center of Hope has an exciting announcement for families living in the Springtown area.  Texas Health Resources awarded $5 million in Community Impact grants to nonprofits to address social determinants of health in underserved North Texas communities.  Center of Hope was one of ten nonprofits to be selected to receive this funding.  The Center of Hope project will focus on the health and well-being of residents living in 76082 and will address the immediate needs of those in crisis, improve self-efficacy and social navigation skills through job training and mentoring, and help anxiety and depression through an integrated mental health program.

Pastor T.J. Hudson, Senior Pastor of Agnes Baptist Church (left), with Steve Beck, Center of Hope’s Springtown Coordinator (right)

Center of Hope in Weatherford currently assists 400 families in the 76082 zip code.  This project will create a new location in Springtown to better address the communities’ needs.  The goal is to increase the number of families being helped to 700 by the end of 2022. With the generous support of Agnes Baptist Church, the new location opened on April 5th at 350 Agnes North in Springtown and will provide food and utility assistance, medical assistance, professional counseling, as well as career development classes and life coaching.

This community project provides an avenue for Springtown area residents to receive services and build strong support systems within their local community.  By collaborating with other local nonprofits and engaging local churches, businesses and civic organizations, Center of Hope will help create a network of volunteers and providers that will help the residents of this area construct their own pathways of support. The result will be a Springtown community that is stronger and healthier in mind, body and spirit.

For more information on the Springtown Community Impact Project, please visit here.

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