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Guided by Christian principles, we serve and empower those in need.


Serving Fort Worth since 1909, United Community Centers’ mission has remained the same. Today, UCC focuses on building bright futures for our community with knowledge, empowerment, & family strength at our centers in the Polytechnic Heights, Diamond Hill-Jarvis, & Historic Southside neighborhoods of Fort Worth. 



3600 N. Crump Street
Fort Worth, T
exas 76106



3100 Avenue I
Fort Worth, Texas 76105
Phone: 817.531.2803



951 Evans Ave.

Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Phone: 817.332.7911

Our Work

In addition to safe, affordable care in a nurturing environment, 58% of Pre-K – 7th grade students that receive UCC’s individualized literacy instruction achieve on grade reading levels (compared to 45% state average). This is meaningful to long term success as students who don’t master basic reading skills by 3rd grade are six times more likely to not finish high school.


UCC’s family workshops include education sessions that focus on financial literacy, workforce skills, job placement, and parent empowerment. Additionally, centers offer seasonal programs such as free tax preparation, financial literacy courses, access to free school supplies, and holiday meals.


UCC’s pantry and center grocery distribution provide groceries to over 24,000 families annually who would otherwise go hungry in our own city.

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