Become a Housing Partner Today!

Housing Partners come in many different forms and operate in various capacities by providing services and support to our Transitional Housing clients. We are currently looking for Housing Partners that can provide moving assistance, transportation assistance, recurring furniture donations, the ability to provide space for storage. If you, your business, or your organization would also like to make a difference, consider becoming a Housing Partner today! Contact our Community Resource Coordinator, Paige Wittenhagen for more information.

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Are you a Landlord, Property Manager, Real Estate Professional, or Housing Provider in Denton County?  

You can collaborate with our agency to help address homelessness, housing insecurity, and domestic violence in our community. We are in need of local partners to help us house families who come from a variety of backgrounds and housing histories through our Transitional Housing Program.

Benefits of becoming a Housing Partner

  • Guaranteed payment.
  • Fill empty units.
  • Marketing advantages. Let prospective renters know that you are a DCFOF Housing Partner, and that you are doing your part to improve and care for our local community.
  • Your residents will receive wrap around support services. While residents are in our program, they receive case management and advocacy, which addresses budgeting, career and education development, legal services, their housing plan, and connection to community supportive services. 
  • Problem prevention through regular home visits. Our Housing Manager conducts regular home visits to ensure that clients are stabilized in their new environments, that their jobs are going well, and that they are getting the support they need.
  • Neutral party to mediate problems. Despite best efforts, problems are sometimes inevitable. However, when problems arise, it can be reassuring to know that there is someone to call. We care about our relationship with our landlords, because we need everyone to make our program work.
  • Helping families who have experienced crisis. By helping house our clients, you are playing an integral role in helping individuals and families experience safety and security.
  • Be part of the community solution to address domestic violence. Community partners like you make our work at Denton County Friends of the Family possible. We would not be able to provide safety, support, and housing for survivors without your continued help.

If you are interested or have additional questions, please contact our Director of Transitional Housing, Taylor Cameron at tcameron@dcfof.org

Typical warning signs of abuse - Preview

Typical warning signs of abuse

1 in 4 women will experience intimate partner violence - Preview

1 in 4 women will experience intimate partner violence

591 clients were served through legal services in 2017 - Preview

591 clients were served through legal services in 2017