Northeast Tarrant Hometown Heroes​

              Warehouse &Office Location (not mailing address) - 9125 Rumfield Road, North Richland Hills, TX 76182 P 817-427-1111                                      ​             Mailing Address- I Can Still Shine Program  729 Grapevine Hwy, Hurst, Texas 76054   

Learn how to become a client. Click here for an application.  Please read carefully.  Thank you.

We are a visionary agency started in 2011 by Brenda Jackson and our Board of Directors  to help abused women and children.

The "I Can Still Shine Program” is a faith-based, safe, supportive center for women and children from all walks of life, with no exceptions.

9125 Rumfield Rd
N. Richland Hills, TX 76182
Open 9-5 Daily - Mon-Fri.
729 Grapevine Hwy 
Hurst TX 76054

Hello there and thank you for visiting this page.  If you are reading this information, you either are looking for assistance for yourself or for someone close to you.  This organization provides services that can help a woman feel supported through one of the most challenging times in her life.  Brenda's organization is not about hand-outs but about empowering women to make good choices moving forward, and counseling is just one of those services.

My goal in providing counseling to you is to allow you to grow and learn about yourself while also helping you to become aware of the issues that may hold you back from being your best.  I welcome the opportunity to assist you with compassion and understanding in reaching your goals through my solution-focused and positive-oriented approach to therapy.   Cont..   

Patty Stager is our HOMETOWN HERO.  We are so proud of you!!!!                                                                                                                 THIS YEAR’S MOST INSPIRATIONAL LUNCHEON EVENT FEATURED OVER 40 HOMETOWN HEROES!
Northeast Tarrant’s Hometown Heroes Annual Luncheon recently celebrated more than 40 local Hometown Heroes from right here in Northeast Tarrant County.  Over 400 luncheon attendees along with memorable co-hosts Super Bowl XXX MVP, Larry Brown & Channel 8 Meteorologist, Colleen Coyle came out to honor our Hometown Heroes.


I Can Still Shine Family

**Emergency Shelter**

If you are in need of emergency shelter. Please call Safe Haven at 817-535-6464. Thank you. Staff

Who We Are?

*Children ages 4-18 allowed at all events* 

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Did you know that up to fifty percent of all homeless women and children in this country are fleeing domestic violence.  Our goal is to reach over 500 women and children every year. 

When women leave a violent home they don’t know how they will survive.  They’ve been told they can’t make it on their own.  We show them how they can!   


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​Caring  For Women and Children Through Support, Faith, and Love!


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Our Mission

We have now reached out to thousands of women and children.

2016 CORPORATE SPONSOR                                                                                   CorinthianWellness Spa of Southlake

 A special Thanks to Judi and her Staff at Corinthian Wellness Spa.  She has supported us for many years and she believes like we do that everyone deserves a second Chance.  Thank you Judi and CWS for your support of I Can Still Shine, our many moms and kids.  We are able to bless others because of your selfless act of giving back. 


Community Support

Our success depends upon you and our support of the entire community, businesses, churches, individuals, grantors and our faithful donors and partners.  Your help is vital to our goal to change lives and restore hope.  

We need your help!  There is so much still to do - will you help us? You were born to be a blessing? It is more blessed to give - than to receive! 

Why not help us change a life today.  When you bless someone - it blesses you too! 

Have you ever woke up and asked God "WHO can I help today"?  Maybe we are the W
HO!  Blessings, Brenda Jackson Director


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