The Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center’s social services program provides financial assistance to more than 29,000 families annually in the form of food, utility, & rental assistance through programs administered under the City of Dallas. The Center also hosts community and cultural events throughout the year with the sole purpose of giving back to the community.
The Core Administration building is home to the MLK Social Services department, Community Courts, City of Dallas Housing & Community Services, Dallas 311, and other service organizations.
The Foremost Family Health Center provides a wide range of medical, dental, behavioral health and specialty health services to Dallas-Ft. Worth families.
The MLK Branch Library is a resource to the community by providing access to public computers, homework help for students, educational opportunities, and an outstanding African-American History collection.
MLK ChildCareGroup is a child development center that provides high-quality services that address the developmental needs of children while their parents work, attend school or training.
The MLK Recreation Center offers a gymnasium, fitness center, event and meeting space, and it is home to the Active Seniors and Adults program (ASAP) for senior citizens.
For a complete listing of agencies located at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, click here.
There are many ways to get involved at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center. Join our mailing list for the latest updates on programs and activities, sign up to be a volunteer at our next event, or drop by for a visit!