Soul’s Harbor is neither a rehabilitation facility nor a true homeless shelter. Soul’s Harbor could be categorized as a recovery home where men can learn tools to fight and live each day in a clean, sober and functional environment.
Please attend our Inaugural Gala to Benefit the Soul’s Harbor Capital Improvement Campaign
On Thursday, April 25th at 6:00 PM, Soul’s Harbor will be hosting its first ever Gala. It will be held at Edison’s located at 1724 Cockrell Avenue in Dallas. Information regarding our very special guest speaker will be forthcoming.
For questions and additional information about our gala, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concept images for the proposed Soul’s Harbor capital renovation and expansion.
We’d like to share three reasons why we feel entrusting some of your hard-earned charitable dollars to Soul’s Harbor would be worthwhile.
RESULTS – If a man completes Soul’s Harbor’s 6 month program along with our exit plan strategy, there’s a 96% greater likelihood of him living a long-term life of sobriety
STEWARDSHIP – We strive to be responsible stewards of the money entrusted to us. Less than 5% of funds raised/donated go to administrative cost
SELF-SUFFICIENCY – As mentioned earlier, gratefully, we can sustain ours self through generous donations of clothing, furniture, appliances, cars, etc. that we sell at our Thrift Stores. The need to come to you with a Capital Fund Campaign is a one-time endeavor to allow us to accomplish a “once-in-a-generation” need.
Please visit the Soul’s Harbor Capital Fund Campaign page for information regarding our Cause. The men of Soul’s Harbor would like extend a very heart-felt thank you to all the friends of Soul’s Harbor who, through their generous contributions, will allow Soul’s Harbor to become a bigger, better facility to assist men who might be homeless and suffering from a substance use disorder.
For information regarding intake/admission into our recovery facility, please contact:
Soul’s Harbor, Inc.
13134 Nile Drive
Dallas, Texas 75253
Soul’s Harbor Substance Abuse Program Questions and Intake
Please contact our intake Manager
Cell number 214-663-9684