Transition Resource Action Center
Transition Resource Action Center (TRAC) provides a “one stop” assessment/intake and referral facility for transitional living services for youth exiting foster and juvenile care in North Texas. TRAC brings together community resources and intensive case management service. It is the only such program in North Texas that exists to comprehensively address the needs of this population. TRAC is the regional safety net for former foster youth once they are on their own. Annually, TRAC helps over 800 of the most challenged at-risk teens make a life plan and acquire skills they need to survive on their own after they turn 18. To hear how TRAC has changed life for one participant, click here.
To donate to TRAC programming, click here.
TRAC services include:
•Crisis Intervention for former foster youth
•Assessment and Planning
•Skill Building: Life Skills, Employability Skills, Financial Literacy
•Job Placement and Retention
•Emergency, Transitional and Supportive Housing
Hours: Monday-Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.; Nights and Weekends by appointment
Contact information: Jerry Sullivan, Director
Housing: Carla Cleeton- 214.370.9300 x3024
Training: Tameka Caldwell- 214.370.9300 x3023
Transitional Services: Jerry Sullivan- 214.370.9300 x3032
3108 Live Oak Street
Dallas, TX 75204
4532 Altamesa Blvd
Ft Worth, Texas 76133
TRAC can help you find resources if you find yourself in an emergency situation. We will be able to help you find medical services, rent/utility assistance and food banks or other emergency assistance like shelters or help you with domestic violence, drug abuse etc.