Resources to Support Your Ministry and Care for Others
Find out about community resources for food, housing, healthcare, transportation and more. THR Community Health Ministry is using this tool to connect congregations all over North Texas. It is our goal that Community Health Ministry connections and resources support the work of your community as well as align with the specific needs of your faith community.
Access to Health Care & Education
  • Advance Care Planning

    Completing advance directive paperwork is a way to love and care for your friends and family. Advance directives give helpful guidance to those closest to you if they must make medical decisions when you cannot speak for yourself. Your written health care wishes will help provide comfort and peace to your loved ones in making difficult decisions. For more information visit Advance Directives.

  • Behavioral Health

    Texas Health Behavioral Health is here for you or your loved one with comprehensive, compassionate care. We know from decades of treatment experience that every patient is unique, so we offer individualized treatment plans in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

    We offer individualized treatment plans in both inpatient and outpatient settings, with specially trained physicians on the medical staff, as well as with nurses, psychologists, social workers, and counselors to help find the right services to guide patients through emotionally difficult or stressful situations.

    For more information, please visit Texas Health Behavioral Health Services.

    For additional mental health resources, please visit


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  • Health Insurance Marketplace

    For information on health insurance including Affordable Care Act Enrollment and Medicaid Enrollment information, please visit Health Insurance Marketplace.

  • Dispatch Health/Breeze Urgent Care

    Urgent medical care has arrived!

    Experience relief when our medical team arrives at your door. Dispatch Health is much more than an urgent care provider, offering many of the same services as an emergency room.

    • Typically the same cost as an urgent care
    • Open 7 days a week, including holidays
    • 8 AM - 10 PM

    We test and treat a wide range of illnesses and injuries, including:

    • Infections
    • Flu
    • Pneumonia
    • Migraines
    • Dehydration
    • UTIs
    • COPD
    • COVID-19

    To learn more, visit Dallas Fort Worth Dispatch Health.

    Welcome to Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care!

    Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care was designed, built and staffed with the needs of North Texans in mind. To learn more, visit About Us Breeze Difference.

    In addition to the Breeze Clinics, Texas Health Resources also offers virtual care. To learn more, please visit Quick Care Video visits.

  • Care Resources/Health Topic Videos

    Texas Health is committed to walking alongside you in your health journey. We have a variety of resources to support your health and well-being.

    Watch free videos about your health.
    Classes & Events
    Health Risk Assessments

  • MyChart

    Get personalized and secure online access to portions of your medical record, allowing you to manage your health information.

    Log-in to your account, or register now!

  • Resources to Address Social Determinants of Health

    What are Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)?

    These are non-medical factors that affect health and well being and may include conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, play and pray. Is your medicine too expensive? Do you have a doctor? Do you have a way to get to your appointment? Are you getting your health information in a way you can understand? These are a few examples of the effects of SDoH.

    For assistance locating resources, please visit and 211.

  • Trauma Injury Prevention and Outreach

    Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth has been designated as a level I Trauma Center.

    As a Level I Trauma Center it provides total care for every aspect of injury, from prevention through rehabilitation. Please select the accompanying flier thumbnail images for information on prevention of injuries and public education to surrounding communities.  

    Injury Prevention


    Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL)


    Impact Teen Drivers


    Stop the Bleed

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Health Ministry
What is a Health Ministry? A Health Ministry promotes the health of the whole person (mind, body and spirit). Your ministry should be designed around your faith community. Whether you are interested in starting a health ministry or growing an existing program within your faith community, there are many benefits to having a relationship with Texas Health Resources Faith Community Nursing and Health Promotion Program. For more information, please contact:
Texas Health Community Engagement
  • Blue Zones / North Texas Healthy Communities

    Blue Zones Project is a community-wide well-being improvement initiative, now under the umbrella of North Texas Healthy Communities, a non-profit outreach arm of Texas Health Resources. To learn more, visit Blue Zones Project.

  • Congregational/ Community Health and Hospital Ministry Partners (C.H.A.M.P.s) 

    As one of the nation’s largest faith-based health systems, Texas Health is committed to attending to our consumers’ health needs in ways that honor the spiritual dimension of human experience. To learn more, visit Faith and Spirituality.

  • Community Health Needs Assessment

    In order to provide programs for issues of utmost concern in the community, Texas Health completes a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). For more information please visit CHNA.

  • Faith Community Nursing

    Through the Faith Community Nursing program, we can reach people outside of the traditional hospital or clinic setting to provide education and resources that will help improve their health and well-being. For more information click here.

    To request more information, please contact

  • Mobile Health

    As partners in your health care, Wellness for Life brings quality services to you in a comfortable setting at convenient locations throughout the community. Wellness for Life has provided cancer screenings and other health care services to over 95,000 men and women in the Dallas-Fort Worth area since 1993. Visit Mobile Health for more information.

  • Sexual Assault Survivors Resources

    While it's difficult to comprehend, sexual assault is an ugly truth that must be acknowledged. Many people fall victim to assault each year, and the statistics are staggering. Texas Health recognizes the need to help sexual assault victims right away and begin the healing process. In addition, we recognize that hospitals can play an important role in the potential collection of physical evidence to aid in the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault cases. To learn more, please visit Texas Health Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.

  • Texas Health Resource Community Partners

    The Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council is a 501 (c) 3 Nonprofit . The purpose of the foundation is to assist North Texas Hospitals and Health Care providers with Staff Recruitment & Retention, Training and Education, Quality and Safety and Care coordination.

    The Railroad Project Collaboration partners with our neighbors who live in 76104, 76105, and 76119 on their journey to mental, financial, and physical wellness. Areas of assistance include: access to basic needs- healthy food and clothing; diabetes and blood pressures screenings, including a blood pressure monitor for 90% of households served. For more information please go to our Railroad Project Flier.

    As a faith-based organization, Parker County Center of Hope is deeply committed to helping the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. The 76082 area has a significant number of people living in poverty with limited local resources. Help, Hand, and Hope will impact the social and economic health of the community by providing services that impact the person’s physical, emotional, spiritual, and educational growth. 

    For more information go to the Help, Hand and Hope Flier.

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Faith Community Connections
Connections listed here are resources to support communities and help to improve health and well-being. Faith Communities are willing to collaborate with other faith communities to address unmet needs of social determinants of health, which are non-medical factors that influence health outcomes. They are conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live and pray. There are many issues around social determinants of health that are responsible for health inequities.  What challenges do you face?
  • Finance Budget: Is your medicine too expensive?
  • Having health information you can understand.
  • Health Care: Do you have a doctor? Do you have a way to get to your appointment?
  • Where You Live: Are you close to a grocery store? Do you feel safe walking in your neighborhood?
  • Community Relationships: Do you have friends/family support?
Additional Community Resources
  • Community Calendar
    Loss Music and Arts Festival, May 11, 2024

    Cancer Survivorship Event, June 1, 2024

    Mental Health First-Aid, Multiple Dates

    Texas Residents: If you are interested in hosting a class for your organization, feel free to contact Sonya Cameron.

      May 22nd

      Adult MHFA Class 8:30am – 3:00pm Virtual

      June 3rd 

      Adult MHFA Class 8:30am – 3:00pm Virtual

      June 11th 

      Adult MHFA Class 8:30am – 3:00pm Virtual

      June 24th 

      Adult MHFA Class 8:30am – 3:00pm Virtual

      June 26th 

      Youth MHFA Class 8:30am – 3:00pm Virtual (for adults that work with youth)

      We hope to see you in class soon!


  • Congregational Ministries Open to Community

    Note: The events in this Community Calendar are not hosted by Texas Health Resources, and the event dates and times are subject to change by the hosting organizations. Please reach out to the hosting organizations for more details.

    Kick Off to Summer Health & Wellness Fair

    Saturday, May 25, 2024
    11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    New Harvest MBC
    5205 Carol Avenue
    Fort Worth, TX 76105

    The event is open to the community.

    We're looking for resource agency partners to join us – contact Johnna Donald 682-201-4837 

    Walking the Hills

    A Breast Cancer Support Group

    We meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.

    @Cuisine for Health
    (The Bright Green House)
    1614 Mistletoe Blvd
    Fort Worth, TX 76104


    2024 Date: May 14th

    Come and Join Us!

    Cancer Survivorship Event, June 1, 2024

    SDA Church Annual Back to School Event

    Date: July 20, 2024

    2pm to 4pm

    7051 McCart Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76133

    Details:  Free school supplies and Health Fair/Free Sports Physicals (Registration is required for physicals). Carter Bloodcare from 12pm to 4:30pm that same day.

    Phone: 817.294.5729

    Diaper Bank

    New Harvest MB Church
    5205 Carol Avenue
    Fort Worth, Texas 76105

    Diapers available on a first come, first serve basis, second Saturday each month.

    2024 Dates:

    June 8
    July 13
    August 10
    September 14
    October 12
    November 9
    December 14


    Diapers: 0-6
    Training Pants: 2T-5T
    Adult underpants: S-XL


  • Permission to Share Resources

    It is our goal that Community Health Ministry connections and resources support the work of faith communities to share in the mission of addressing unmet needs stemming from social determinants of health. The attached PFD form gives Texas Health Resources Community Health Ministry permission to share your faith community ‘s resources on this webpage. Please complete the form and send to

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