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Christian Community Action’s Crisis Management Services are designed to meet the immediate, critical needs of families or individuals during crisis.
Who we help
Christian Community Action serves communities throughout Collin, Dallas, Denton, Tarrant and Wise counties. Boundaries are established by these Independent School Districts:
• Argyle ISD
• Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD(Denton County portion)
• Coppell ISD
• Frisco ISD
• Lake Dallas ISD
• Lewisville ISD
• Little Elm ISD
• Northwest ISD
Applicants must meet the following criteria in order to qualify for assistance:
• Reside within CCA’s established service area
• Provide proof of 90-day residency if requesting financial assistance
• Be 18 years of age or older
• Prove financial need
• Document income, expenses and crisis
• Provide identification for all household members
• Have a viable action plan, or be willing to form a viable plan, with a CCA caseworker
Christian Community Action’s Crisis Management Services are designed to meet the immediate, critical needs of families or individuals during crisis. This is done through services designed to assist families in overcoming challenges of changes to the family structure, unemployment or under-employment, major illness, or any situation that limits a family’s stability. These services seek to provide support through homeless prevention, housing stability and utility support, and relevant community referrals.
Here at CCA, we additionally understand that the vulnerable populations made up of children and senior community members living below the poverty line, require special support. While seeking to provide ongoing support to the households in which these community members reside, we’re committed to providing additional relief services. I.e. Summer Relief, School Readiness Programs, Golden Angels (Senior Support Group)
CCA’s comprehensive approach of openly receiving and rescuing individuals and families in crisis and walking alongside them through relief and restorative services, financial situation, perceived educational limitations and spiritual well-being through loving, Christ-centered case management and mutual accountability. We offer our community members and neighbors in need a hand-up instead of a hand-out.