MHMR works to increase housing opportunities for homeless people receiving services from MHMR. Our programs serve men, women and veterans.
Crisis Residential Unit – For adults going through crisis.
Crisis Residential Unit provides a safe environment through monitored programming, such as group or one-on-one counseling, and training concentrating on successful community reintegration.
Crisis Respite – For adults and children at risk of psychiatric crisis.
Crisis Respite provides short-term treatment for those at risk.
Liberty House – 30-bed transitional housing program for homeless male veterans.
Liberty House offers veterans with substance use and mental health needs the chance to live and work by residing in a safe and drug-free environment as they work toward their recovery. Admission to Liberty House is administered through the local VA.
Other Resources Include:
Tarrant County Homeless Coalition Helpline:
Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
True Worth Day Shelter:
1513 E. Presidio Fort Worth, TX
Monday – Sunday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
MHMR works in conjunction with several housing agency and organizations in Tarrant County to provide housing and wrap-around services to those living in homelessness as defined by HUD. This system is referred to as Coordinated Access System (CAS), governed by the lead agency, Tarrant County Homeless Coalition (TCHC). CAS allows for our patients living in homelessness to have access to more housing possibilities then ever before.
Additional online resources for housing:
- Tarrant County Shelter Information
- Arlington Housing Authority
- Tarrant County Homeless Coalition Prevention Screening Form
- Tarrant County Department of Human Services
- Pre-Applications for Fort Worth Housing Solutions (FWHS)
- Emergency Rental Assistance (CAP)
- Tarrant County Housing Assistance Office
- Grapevine Housing Authority
- Grand Prairie Residents Emergency Assistance
- Veterans Affairs