Serving the battered women and children of the Tarrant county area
In 2018 we celebrate 24 years of helping battered women in Ft. Worth, Texas, and the surrounding areas. We have now reached out to thousands of women and children. We are not an overnight shelter, but will be happy to refer you to one. We could not have done any of this ministry without God's grace and the support of our wonderful partners, many who have supported our work for many years. Thank you!
Client intake is by appointment only, Monday - Thursday 1-4 pm. Please call one day ahead to schedule an appointment at 817.616-3500.
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. We provide our clients the opportunity to choose safety over domestic violence and drug abuse. We offer a new start to our women and children.
"For I know the plans I have for you," says the Lord, "Plans to prosper you, and give you a hope and a future."
If you are in need of emergency shelter, please call Safe Haven at 817-535-6464.
Physical Address (not mailing address) - 3313 Crites St, Richland Hills, TX 76118 P 817-616-3500
Mailing Address- I Can Still Shine Program 729 Grapevine Hwy, Hurst, Texas 76054
OUR FOOD BANK WAREHOUSE ADDRESS:
3313 Crites St, Richland Hills TX 76118
Phone - 817-616-3500
OFFICE HOURS - 1-4pm
Who We Are
ICSS is a visionary agency started in 2011 by Brenda Jackson and our Board of Directors to help battered women in Fort Worth (and the whole DFW area) along with their children. Prior to 2011, Brenda Jackson directed another battered women program in Fort Worth for over 15 years.
We are so proud to have served the DFW area to help those in need. We are a faith-based program. We help women and children leave abusive homes and assist those coming from drug and alcohol programs. Our goal is to help over 500 women and children each year and give them hope to start over. Since 1995 we have been able to help thousands of women and children escape from violent situations. We are grateful to God for His love and support of our work.
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!
We were all born to be a blessing. Why not help us bless somebody today!
I CAN STILL SHINE