The Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center is a part of the City of Dallas under the Office of Community Care, located in the historic district of Fair Park in South Dallas.
The 10.5-acre campus is home to five free-standing buildings, including the Administration building (A), the Foremost Family Health Center (B), the MLK Branch Library (C), the MLK ChildCareGroup (D), and the MLK, Jr. Recreation Center/Senior Citizen Center (E).
Each of the 5 buildings on campus provides a variety of services to more than 300,000 Dallas citizens a year, meeting the original 1966 goal of a comprehensive multi-service community center.
In addition to providing services, many civic, social, educational, fraternal, and community groups have access to space for programs, meetings, and special events on-site.
Rental and Utility Assistance
If you are interested in Rental or Utilities Assistance through the City of Dallas Office of Community Care, Social Services program, you may call our appointment line at 214-670-8416 to speak with a caseworker, Monday – Friday, from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. The City of Dallas Social Services program is not able to assist people who live outside of City of Dallas’ city limits with Rental Assistance.
For questions, contact: (214) 670-8418.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center has meeting space available inside of Building A for individuals and organizations. There is also space available in the MLK Branch Library and the MLK Recreation Center for meetings and events. Reservations can be made one month in advance by calling 214-670-8418 or by completing one of the reservation forms at the link below.
Saturday, October 1, 2022 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
If you are interested in being a vendor, entertainer, or volunteer, please contact us at 214-670-8418!
Visit the MLK Fresh Produce Distribution Center
Tuesdays at 12 P.M. @ MLK (2922 MLK Blvd)
Saturdays at 9:30 A.M. at Park South YMCA (2500 Romine Ave)
Paint to Chill- Art Therapy Workshops
Honoring Military Veterans (Thursdays in July & August 2022)
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