Irving Community Resources
The Irving Public Library Community Engagement Team has cultivated this list of agencies, groups, non-profits and organizations that provide resources or assistance to community members.
Requirements for assistance will vary by organization.
All organizations listed are either based out of Irving, TX or serve Dallas County overall.
To use the map, click on the icon with the arrow on the left hand side of the map below. The menu that drops down shows different categories of assistance. The categories can be toggled on and off by clicking their associated checkboxes.
All Things Made New: Mentoring for 5th-12th grade students for personal accountability, good decision making, character development, self-esteem, and leadership skills
Address: 2240 W 5th St (located in Kirkwood United Methodist Church)
Brighter Tomorrows: Shelter & Assistance for Victims of Domestic Violence and/or Sexual Abuse
Address: 928 Bluebird Dr.
Carter’s House: Provides children, youth, and teens in Dallas County with no-cost quality clothing and Standardized School Attire to improve attendance and confidence.
Address: 2500 Romine Ave. Dallas, TX
City of Irving: Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Housing
Address: 825 Irving Blvd, 1st floor
(Must call for appointment)
Crisis Ministries: Food, Job Assistance, Limited Financial Assistance, Homeless/Housing Services, Prayer
Address: 114 E 2nd St
Dallas Eviction Advocacy Center:
Family Promise of Irving: Homeless/Housing services
Address: 315 W 3rd St
IISD Adult Education and Literacy Classes: Free ESL classes; Adult education and job training
Address: East Learning Center (formerly East Branch Irving Public Library) 440 S. Nursery Rd
Irving Animal Services (partnered with DFW Humane Society): Free spay/neuter, microchip, and rabies vaccination services for owned dogs and cats to qualifying Irving residents
Address: Irving Animal Care Campus, 4140 Valley View Ln
Irving Cares: Food, Emergency Financial Assistance, Employment Assistance
Address: 440 S Nursery Rd #101
(Located inside Health and Human Services Building)
Irving Family Advocacy Center: Counseling, Parenting Classes, Domestic Violence Support
Address: 600 W Pioneer Dr.
Irving Inclement Weather Shelter: emergency shelter for the homeless during inclement weather
Address: 1750 E. Airport Freeway (Located in the warehouse at the back of Christ Church)
Pickup locations vary by season. Please contact the South Irving Library for most up to date information.
Irving School District Project PASS: Homeless Services for Families with School Children
Address: 820 North O’Connor Road
Level Pathways: serves students in North Texas, age 14-24, who are homeless or living with their family who is homeless or in unstable shelter. Services offered housing, food, clothing, school tutoring, and medical care.
Address: 130 S. Main Street
The Main Place: Clothing and Personal Items for homeless teens, individuals, and families in need “a retail store without a cash register”
Address: 2236 W. Fifth St
Many Helping Hands: Weekly hot meals, hygiene items, clothing, spiritual care
Address: 1711 W. Irving Blvd. Suite 300
Score: Largest network of free volunteer small business mentors in the nation. Request a mentor to help you start, grow, or transition your business!
Address: Irving Location- Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce, 5201 N. O’Connor Blvd., Ste 100
St. Vincent de Paul: Food, Mini-Loan program, financial assistance, free public pharmacy
Address: Multiple locations. Please call for specific directions.
Salvation Army: Emergency Food & Minimal Financial Assistance
Address: 250 E. Grauwyler Rd.
TRIO Upward Bound at North Lake: Federally funded program designed to assist students in improving their academic skills, successfully completing their high school education, enrolling in and graduating from postsecondary institutions.
Address: North Lake 5001 N. MacArthur Blvd. (H building, H- 212)
Women, Infants, Children (WIC) Clinics: Food, Formula, Nutrition Education
Address: 1111 W. Airport Fwy
(Call for Appointment)
Workforce Solutions: Services for job seekers, employers, childcare, education and training
Address: 2520 W. Irving Blvd. Suite 100
For a PDF version of the above list please click here.
If there is a community organization that should be included on this list,
please email Sarah Abbasi.
Please note the above asset map and list are provided for informational purposes.
The Irving Public Library is not affiliated with any organization unless it is a City of Irving department or otherwise noted.
Assistance is not guaranteed and library staff cannot interact with organizations on behalf of individuals.