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West Dallas is made up of 11 square miles in zip code area 75212. More than one out of every three families live below the federal poverty level. It is surrounded by the Trinity River to the north, Interstate 30 to the south, downtown Dallas and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge to the east, and Loop 12 (Walton Walker Freeway) to the west.

Most of the people in this neighborhood have lived their entire lives on the discarded, damaged products of our society. The demographics of West Dallas compared to the City of Dallas are staggering:
 

  • Households making less than $25,000/year: West Dallas=45% / Dallas=28.7% / Texas=23.8%
  • Adults not completing high school: West Dallas=51.5% / Dallas=25.8% / Texas=18.8%
  • Unemployment: West Dallas=10.5% / Dallas=6.3% / Texas=5.2% 
  • Infant mortality rate: West Dallas=23% / Dallas=4.8%

The average Pre-K child in West Dallas knows 1,500 to 2,000 words verses his or her peer in more affluent communities in Dallas knows 5,000 to 7,000 words

Population Served by BBHH

Brother Bill's Helping Hand stays committed to its mission of helping people bring change to their lives. Over the years we have seen the positive results of mothers being better prepared to raise their children after participating in parenting seminars. We have watched the change quality health care can bring to a person’s life. We have helped women learn English and find jobs, resulting in a family less dependent on BBHH for the essentials of life.

Below is a snapshot of the BBHH neighbors served in 2015:
  • Unduplicated number of individuals served: 4289
  • Total number of households: 1207
  • Total units of service: 95,099
  • Income: 100% low-income
  • Division of Ages:   38.8% children,   47.6% adults ages 18 – 59,   13.6% adults 60 and older
  • Ethnicity:   67% Hispanic,   30.5% African American,   2.5% Other
  • Household status:   48.6% married,   53% households with children
  • Spanish speaking-only household representative:   41%
2015 Year End Program Report
  • Empowering through Learning Programs:  19,891 Visits   (Bible Study, Devotional Time, English Class, Kids Craft Time, PathWays, National Day of Prayer)
  • Essentials of Life Programs:  63,261 Visits   (Birthday Party in a Bag, Neighbor Day, Back to School Carnival, Grocery Store, SNAP Registration, Children's Christmas Celebration)
  • Community Clinic:  7841 Visits   (Adult, Women, Dental, and Eye Clinics, EKG, Flu Shots, Labs, Glasses, Mammograms, Prescription Aid Program, Prostate Screening, UT Southwestern Depression and Diabetes Study)
  • Health Living Programs:  38844106 Visits   (Diabetes, Exercise Classes, Healthy Eating, Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol seminars, Family Talk/Diaper Day, Medicaid Registration, Mr. Donovan's Sport Camp, Soccer Camp, Super Saturday)
2015 Volunteer Visits / Hours Served:  7687 Visits / 22,684 Hours Served     
 
Contact Information

 

Brother Bill’s Helping Hand
3906 N. Westmoreland
Dallas, Texas 75212

Open: Monday - Friday
           8:30 - 4:30

Mailing Address:
PO Box 565846
Dallas, Texas 75356

214.638.2196 Office
214.638.2198 Fax
214.638.2194 Clinic

Information:
helpinghand@bbhh.org
Volunteering:
volunteer@bbhh.org
Capital Campaign:
capitalcampaign@bbhh.org

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April is National Volunteer Month
 

BBHH could not do what we do if it were not for volunteers. They help neighbors “shop” for food in our free Grocery Store. They make home deliveries of groceries to individuals who can cook, but cannot drive.

Volunteers teach English classes, Bible study groups, and job and financial training programs. They work with children and help with major events throughout the year. Weekly they pray for the personal concerns of neighbors.

Doctors volunteer in our free clinic. Medical students teach Healthy Living classes and work alongside our full-time medical staff. Volunteers enter data, sweep floors, and stock Grocery Store shelves. 

In 2015 BBHH had over 2800 unduplicated volunteers. They gave close to 23,000 hours of service to BBHH. Each one was a blessing to this ministry. 

April is National Volunteer Month. We need you to get out and serve at BBHH.

To God be the Glory...
Great Things He Hath Done


(Spring 2016)