United Community Centers, Inc. is a non-profit organization in affiliation with the United Methodist Church and
United Way of Tarrant County, as well as many other foundations and grantees. Through these partnerships, we
provide services to empower individuals, strengthen families and enrich communities.
We recognize that poverty is the cause of many social problems such as school failure and dropout, unemployment and teen pregnancy. Our focus is to create opportunities for people to gain the educational and professional skills that will end their dependency on welfare.
"Guided by Christian principles, we serve and empower those in need."
Our Work Today
Each of our three community centers is located in a neighborhood where more than 90% of the population lives below the federal poverty average of $23,850 per family of four. All three centers offer the following programs:
Educational Enrichment Program for School Age Children ages 3 to 13
Awareness Changes Tomorrow (ACT IIII) Program for youth age 14 through high school graduation
Client Assistance & Advocacy for families and seniors
Our strong history of care and commitment is still evident in the hearts and attitudes of our staff and volunteers today.