Our campus was built with children and their families in mind. At ChristianWorks Fort Worth, we offer a variety of age-appropriate therapeutic facilities. We aim to provide an inviting atmosphere for you and your loved ones.
2214 Hemphill Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76110
The ChristianWorks Fort Worth office will tentatively open in January of 2017.
Andrea Wrape, Community Liaison
Janet Johnston, Clinical Director
Available this fall
CounselingWorks – We believe relationships and individuals are restored when their emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual needs are met. The best way to help a family member who is hurting is to treat the whole family. We strive to help each family member utilize their individual strengths. Our program includes intense therapy, parenting education, and skill development in communication, coping, stress management, decision-making and problem-solving. Services available in both English and Spanish.
BecomingMom – Three free services for pregnant women including counseling with licensed professionals, classes on parenting skills, and mentorship with experienced moms.
Camp Erin DFW – ChristianWorks partnered with The Moyer Foundation to host Camp Erin Dallas/Fort Worth. This weekend camp provides grief support for children and teens who have experienced the death of a loved one. It is a traditional, fun, high-energy camp with grief education, peer bonding and emotional support. Camp Erin is free to all campers.
Coming in 2017
KIDWorks (Kids In Divorce) – A free support group program for children ages 5 to 18 who are experiencing the painful effects of divorce. Children share through play, drama and art, with the support of trained facilitators. Kids are able to express their shared feelings of loss and major life changes due to divorce. At KIDWorks we believe children need special help to overcome the loss and change in their life after a divorce. Honoring that healing process is a necessary step to maintaining healthy relationships in the future.
GriefWorks – A free support group program for children ages 5 to 18 who have experienced the death of a loved one. The groups participate in sharing, play, drama, and art with the support of caring and trained facilitators. Children can express their feelings of grief in a safe and loving environment. Statistics show one out of seven children will experience the death of a loved one by age 10. We believe restoring a child’s hope after experiencing a death will allow them to have healthy future relationships.