Single Room Occupancy SRO
Fort Worth Housing Solutions (FWHS) has partnered with Cornerstone Assistance Network and the Samaritan House to provide housing assistance to single individuals. This housing program differs from other programs offered. The housing assistance is designated at specific housing properties and is not eligible for continued assistance if the program participant chooses to end rental assistance. This program provides housing for up to 70 individuals.
Cornerstone Assistance Network – New Life Center SRO
The 18-unit New Life Center is owned and managed by the non-profit organization Cornerstone Assistance Network and is dedicated to providing housing stability for homeless persons who have a willingness and desire to return to the workforce.
Application can be made at New Life Center, 1628 Sixth Ave, or at the Day Resource Center, 1415 E. Lancaster.
Samaritan House is owned and managed by the non-profit organization Tarrant County Samaritan Housing, Inc. Samaritan House is dedicated to housing individuals living with homelessness and HIV/AIDS. The 52-unit complex is located at 929 South Hemphill in a renovated former nursing facility. Some of the services offered at Samaritan House include: nutrition counseling and meals, case management, counseling, transportation, assistance with coordination of medical care, medication management, 24-hour resident care, substance abuse counseling, life skills training, social activities, computer access, and follow-up care.
Application can be made at 929 Hemphill.