How can you get fully equipped to care for your people and community?

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Every church, nonprofit & school needs one.

It's something everyone should know how to do.

Well-implemented shared platforms are making it easy for all of us to get help, give help, and find a church that cares via our www.unite-dfw.org public-facing site.

Anyone can use these user-friendly platforms, but we've also developed a set of online training videos to make church staff and volunteers to more comfortable helping both your own people and your neighbors navigate the system.

This is what we call a "Navigator"

How to do more

Groups of experts and practitioners have been working to address every challenge to flourishing and have identified some great ways churches can make a big difference. If your church wants to do more to address any of the following issues, this is the next step on your way to being fully equipped to care for your people and community.

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PHYSICAL HEALTH 

A handful of members at any church can be trained to help others navigate the physical health issues related to COVID itself, the vaccine, preventative screenings, and more. This training complements any health program.

EMOTIONAL WELLBEING 

Mental Health First Aid...

FINANCES & HOUSING

With an average of 40% of DFW renters worrying about paying rent throughout the pandemic help is needed to navigate the protections, assistance, and contingency plans in place for renters, owners, and landlords. At least one staff member or volunteer should be trained at every church.

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FOOD ACCESS  

Collaborative, church-based work to foster flourishing is happening in communities across DFW. One role of these efforts is to understand the needs and assets of each unique area.

Find out here if there's a network in your community, and how you can get connected.

SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS

Before COVID DFW had one of the highest child poverty rates in the county. During the pandemic, as many as 40% of lower-income renters were worried about paying next month's rent.

Protection, assistance, and contingency plans are in place for renters, owners, and landlords, but they're complex. That's where the Navigators come in.

SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES

Before COVID DFW had one of the highest child poverty rates in the county. During the pandemic, as many as 40% of lower-income renters were worried about paying next month's rent.

Protection, assistance, and contingency plans are in place for renters, owners, and landlords, but they're complex. That's where the Navigators come in.

EMERGING ADULTS

Before COVID DFW had one of the highest child poverty rates in the county. During the pandemic, as many as 40% of lower-income renters were worried about paying next month's rent.

Protection, assistance, and contingency plans are in place for renters, owners, and landlords, but they're complex. That's where the Navigators come in.

website | email | video

| other opportunities

website | email | video

| other opportunities

website | email | video

| other opportunities

website | email | video

| other opportunities

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RACIAL EQUITY & UNITY 

Collaborative, church-based work to foster flourishing is happening in communities across DFW. One role of these efforts is to understand the needs and assets of each unique area.

Find out here if there's a network in your community, and how you can get connected.

CARE FOR IMMIGRANTS

Before COVID DFW had one of the highest child poverty rates in the county. During the pandemic, as many as 40% of lower-income renters were worried about paying next month's rent.

Protection, assistance, and contingency plans are in place for renters, owners, and landlords, but they're complex. That's where the Navigators come in.

SPIRITUAL QUESTIONS

Before COVID DFW had one of the highest child poverty rates in the county. During the pandemic, as many as 40% of lower-income renters were worried about paying next month's rent.

Protection, assistance, and contingency plans are in place for renters, owners, and landlords, but they're complex. That's where the Navigators come in.