While our facility remains effectively closed until further notice, through our partnership with The Center for Integrative Counseling and Psychology, we are able to provide tele-counseling for both new and existing clients ages 10 and older. Tele-counseling is conducted through video or phone. Those needing counseling services can call 469.778.7560 or 469.526.4888.  Learn more. 


Effective March 16, 2020, our Dental Clinic will be open on a walk-in basis Monday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for emergency care only (extractions and those in acute pain).  All elective treatments postponed until further notice. 

Updates will be posted as decisions regarding Dental Services and ultimate re-opening of our Dental Clinic to normal operating hours are made. 

COVID-19 UPDATE Emergency Aid Center Closed Effective 3/16/20 – 5/4/20 (updated)


We have made the difficult decision to close our Emergency Aid Center effective Monday,  March 16, 2020, through May 4, 2020 (updated). This closure includes services related to food, clothing and financial assistance. Additionally, our ESL classes and Job Counseling services have been suspended during this time. 

Our Medical Clinic remains open by appointment only.  Please call 214.358.8705.

Our Friday Food Basket program will remain operational and follow standard pick up hours Friday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Our Income Tax Preparation Program will now be open Monday – Friday from 2 p.m. – 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. Clients experiencing cough, fever or shortness of breath will not be seen. 

We will post updates to our service offerings and ultimate re-opening of NDSM as those decisions are made.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Precautions

Thanks to our medical partner, UT Southwestern Medical Center, we’ve been taking precautions to protect our clients and staff since the outbreak began. We are in continual communication with the Centers for Disease Control to monitor events and to change our protocols as needed.

Volunteers and clients who need non-medical services should not come to NDSM if they are feeling ill and experienced cough, fever and/or shortness of breath.

When you do visit, you might note some changes, and there are even more behind the scenes as we strive to be safe and able to continue providing aid to those who need it.

To stay safe, follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control –