Social Service Grants


The City of Lewisville uses Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and General Fund money to purchase services from nonprofit agencies serving Lewisville residents. For more information contact Tiffini Hackett, Grants Specialist, at 972.219.5026.

Senior Services

Current Provider Contact Person Description of Services
1800 Malone Street
Denton, TX 76201

Michelle McMahon

Executive Director

SPAN provides both home delivered and congregate meals at Lewisville Senior Center to senior citizens.
RSVP Serving Denton County
1316 E. McKinney
Denton, TX 76209
Diana Corona
Executive Director
RSVP recruits and places volunteers, 55 and above, at non-profit and medical agencies throughout Denton County and coordinates volunteer driven component programs that address unmet community needs.

Youth Services

Current Provider Contact Person Description of Services
Boys & Girls Club of North Central Texas
303 Alamo Avenue
Lake Dallas, TX  75065
Rick Troutman
President & Chief Professional Officer
 Boys & Girls Club of North Central Texas provides programs aimed at keeping kids in school, ensuring they are promoted to the next grade level on time, and ensure they stay on target for graduation and out of the juvenile justice system.
Communities In Schools of North Texas (CISNT)
217 S. Interstate 35E #101 Lewisville, TX 75067
Ann Pape
Chief Executive Officer
CISNT is a dropout prevention agency which provides case management to students in LISD schools.
New Hope Learning Center
1601 S Edmonds Ln
Lewisville, TX 75067
Janet Page
Lewisville New Hope Learning Center provides full time childcare complete with curriculum and two meals and two snacks daily for low income, at risk children ages Kindergarten through 5th grade during all LISD school closings.
Youth & Family Counseling
105 Kathryn Drive #3A
Lewisville, TX 75067 
Terri Donsbach
Executive Director
Youth & Family Counseling provides the highest quality mental health care at the lowest possible cost to all citizens of Denton County. They have a First Offender Program and Community Referred Counseling Program.

Health Services

Current Provider Contact Person Description of Services
Chin Community Ministry
1020 Fox Ave #504
Lewisville, TX 75067
Becky Nelson
Executive Director 
Chin Community Ministry, as part of its health program, makes doctor appointments, translates for doctors, and qualifies clients for Medicaid, Women’s Health, and SSI. Led by physician volunteers, CCM also provides direct health screening services through quarterly Health Days and weekly appointments.  
Health Services of North Texas (HSNT)
4310 Mesa Drive
Denton, TX 76207
800.974.2437 (Toll-Free) 
Doreen M. Rue
HSNT provides low-cost, sliding-fee medical services, including treatment for acute & chronic health conditions, women's specialty services, well visits, immunizations, and access to specialty care.  
502 South Old Orchard
Lewisville, TX 75067
Larry Robins
Executive Director
PediPlace provides pediatric healthcare for the uninsured children or children receiving Medicaid or Children’s Health Insurance Program benefits (CHIP).

Services for Individuals with a Disability

Current Provider Contact Person Description of Services
Camp Summit
17210 Campbell Road #180-W
Dallas, TX  75252
Carla Weiland
Executive Director
Camp Summit offers week long camp sessions during the summer and fall months and spring break and weekend sessions and respite days in the fall and spring seasons. Campers are offered a wide variety of traditional camp activities in our barrier-free environment regardless of the severity of their disability or inability to pay.

Special Abilities of North Texas

1960 Archer
Lewisville, TX 75077

JaChel Redmond
President & CEO

SANT provides daytime respite for family caregivers who are responsible for 24-hour care and need a break from the daily routines of care-giving. They provide cost-effective and compassionate daytime healthcare and socialization delivered by professional healthcare workers to prevent expensive premature institutionalization

Victim Services

Current Provider Contact Person Description of Services
Denton County Friends of the Family
4845 S. I-35E, Suite 200 Corinth, Texas 76210
Toni Johnson-Simpson
Executive Director
The programs at DCFOF strive to provide crisis intervention, safety, and support services to those who have been impacted by domestic violence or sexual assault and to contribute to community awareness, education, and prevention of problems related to these issues.
CASA of Denton County, Inc.
614 North Bell Avenue
Denton, TX 76209
Debbie Jensen
Executive Director
CASA recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers to help provide court advocacy services for abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes by CPS and placed in foster care.
Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County
1854 Cain Drive
Lewisville, TX 75077
Kristen Howell
Executive Director 
CACDC provides free services to victims of serious child abuse in Denton County and support services to the professionals involved in the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of these cases.

Crisis and Financial Services

Current Provider Contact Person Description of Services
Christian Community Action (CCA)
200 S. Mill Street
Lewisville, TX 75057
Stephen Hood
Executive Director
CCA’s Family Assistance Services (FAS) is the entry point for clients seeking assistance through CCA's crisis relief programs. Case managers work with clients to evaluate their immediate and long-term needs to guide them from crisis to stability.
Giving Hope, Inc.
117 W Sycamore St
Denton, TX 76201
Tyheshia Scott
Executive Director
Giving Hope, Inc. provides assistance and essential items such as backpacks and toiletries to those who are homeless. Staff goes out on the streets to connect these individuals with shelter services/housing while capturing statistical and demographic information through surveys, so we can better paint the picture of need in our community.
Journey to Dream
250 N Mill St #2
Lewisville, TX 75057
Kim Hinkle
Executive Director
Journey To Dream embraces, equips and empowers teens to overcome adversity and live purposeful lives through school and homeless programs. Funding will be used to support homeless teens staying at Kyle's Place including basic needs, life-skills classes, transportation and case management.