Arlington, TX, Online Resource Guide is a free tool to help individuals and families find existing resources that can help solve current needs. The page is similar to a springboard to re-direct towards the existing Non-Profit, Government, and Well-Being organizations and groups. Existing search engine tools provide information about a specific topic. The guide offers a holistic approach that lists resources that bridges families with multiple options. It is structured based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJVXtWc0B4Q). Thank you, UTA Professor Magruder!
This online guide is free to use, and the links exist in all search engines as free public domain entities. The website intends to bring benefits, relief, options, and alternatives to those in need. The range of the needs goes from essential to self-actualization.
All links work as of the last check, Sept. 10, 2022, and all of them go to the public domain found in Google. If you are a member of one of those links and would like to unlink, or if you are a charity looking to get added, please email email@example.com. All rights are reserved.
for the DFW, Texas, and National Resources - Motores digitales de búsqueda local, Estatal, y Nacional
Aunt Bertha- Find Help.Org – National - Nacional
City of Arlington Health, Charities and Useful Links
Community Link – Tarrant County
As we move into a new stage with COVID, most of the federal funding assistance has expired. New initiatives are slowly emerging, such as the Rental Assistance provided by the City of Arlington Housing Authority to eligible low-income earners, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Other programs, such as the Lease Incentive Program, LIP, from Tarrant County, provide relief to many families and individuals in need. The Dallas Housing Authority, DHA, also has several programs geared to helping the elderly, homeless, disabled, and domestic violence survivors. Click in the button below Covid-19 Updates to learn about the latest current updates and corresponding links. Thank you.