The Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center is home to a variety of organizations and agencies dedicated to providing comprehensive services to City of Dallas residents.
Agencies Located at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center
Black Contemporary TV
BCTV is a Black television network focusing on contemporary African- American programming. Located in Building A, Suite #134. Contact: Dale Smith (214) 888-7352.
Carter’s House aims to reduce financial hardships by providing quality clothing to children in low-income families. Located in Building A, Suite #115. Contact: Lena Duri (469) 616-0224.
City of Dallas Homeless Housing Program
The City of Dallas Homeless Housing programs is a part of the Office of Homeless Solutions which offers a variety of housing services that strengthen communities. Located in Building A, Suite #132B. Contact: Angelina Caudillo (214) 671-1291.
Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce
The Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce serves as an advocate for the creation, growth, and general welfare of African American businesses in the Dallas community. Located in Building A, Suite #104. Contact: Marnese Elder (214) 421-5200.
Dallas Civil Rights Museum
The Dallas Civil Rights Museum at the MLK Center houses a collection of speeches, books, spoken word, art, and artifacts relevant to the life and times of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This is an effort to inspire people to discover and reconnect with the power of the Civil Rights Movement in America. Group tours are available. Located in Building A, Suite #118. Contact: Emma Rodgers (214) 670-8418.
EndoSupply specializes in the contracting and acquisition of janitorial, food service, personal protective and capital equipment for clients in manufacturing, government services, and business industries. Located in Building B, Suite #301. Contact: Stephen Collins (214) 995-1085.
Family Care Connection
Family Care Connection (FCC) is a community- based organization providing case management, domestic violence prevention/intervention education and support, parent education, life skills and resource and support services to families in Dallas County and surrounding areas. Located in Building A, Suite #146. Contact: Freya Morani (972) 298-3366.
Foremost Family Health Center
The Foremost Family Health Center provides medical and dental services for patients of all ages. Contact: Joyce Tapley (214) 426-3645.
The City of Dallas Fresh Start program provides rental assistance and support to homeless and their families, including ex-offenders. Located in Building A, Suite #124. Contact: Elaine Kyle (214) 670-6338.
Hatch and Associates
Hatch & Associates, Inc. is a professional business consulting firm providing bookkeeping, income tax, payroll, and consulting services. Located in Building B. Contact: Verenia Hatch (469) 718-9452.
Miles of Freedom
The mission of the Miles of Freedom program is to equip, empower, and employ individuals returning home from prison and provide support and assistance for families and communities impacted by Incarceration. Located in Building A, Suite #118. Contact: Richard Miles (214) 290-2337.
MLK Branch Library
This branch of the Dallas Public Library is a resource to the community by providing access to public computers, homework help for students, and an outstanding African-American History collection. Located in Building C. Contact: Shannon Adams (214) 670-0344.
MLK Childcare Group
ChildCareGroup child development center provides high-quality early care and education services for children. Located in Building D. Contact: Lisa Riley (214) 670-8365
South Dallas Community Courts
The City of Dallas’s first community court, the South Dallas Community Court, is located at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center in South Dallas. The South Dallas Community Court serves as a National Mentor Court for community courts across the world. Located in Building A, Suite #141. Contact: Dianne Gibson (214) 670-7129.
MLK Recreation Center
The Recreation Center houses a complete fitness center, gymnasium, kitchen, and meeting space for the public. It is also home to the Senior’s center. Contact: Mavis Lloyd (214) 670-8363.
Senior Year Productions
SYP’s mission is to equip, educate, and support students (ages 16 to 24) as they pursue higher education. SYP provides educational, career, and other supportive services. Located in Building A, Suite #116A. Contact: Cheryl Hamilton (972) 283-6799.
The City of Dallas Social Services Program assists clients by providing utility assistance for electricity, water, and rent, depending on availability of funds. HOPWA funds are available. Clients must make an appointment to be seen. Located in Building A, Suite #135. Contact: Alesha Whibbey (214) 670-8442.
South Dallas Fair Park Trust Fund
The mission of the South Dallas/Fair Park Trust Fund is to empower the Fair Park community by working to facilitate economic, housing, and community advancement, promote business development and retention and provide community service programs. Located in Building A, Suite #132. Contact: Honnaca King (214) 670-8268.
Tapestry Ministries (YES Program)
The YES program (Youth Expecting Success) provides academic preparation for SAT testing, reading, and math improvement, and life skills classes. Located in Building A, Suites #116B and #116C. Contact: JR Newton (214) 476-7410.
TechCo Savvy inspires, innovates, and empowers under-resourced youth with the knowledge, prowess, tools, and confidence to become trailblazing leaders within their communities with computer science. Located in Building A, Suite #117. Contact: Lawon Williams (773) 606-1147.
WIC Program (Women, Infants, and Children)
WIC’s mission is to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care. Located in Building B. Contact: (214) 670-7200.
North Texas Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry
The North Texas Food Bank mobile food pantry is available on site every 3rd Friday of the month, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. with fresh produce for the community. Produce is available on a first-come, first-served basis. You must show an ID to sign up.
Free Legal Aid Services
The Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program (DVAP) provides free legal aid services every 1st, 2nd, and 4th Tuesday of the month. Registration begins at 4:00 p.m. in Building A. The first 45 people in line will have an opportunity to consult with a legal representative. For additional information, contact 214-748-1234, ext. 2200.
Interested in renting space at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center? Contact us at 214-670-8418 for rates.