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Arlington Family Life Center

712 W. Abram St. Arlington, Tx 76063 - (817) 860-1836

Arlington, TX

712 W. Abram St.
Arlington, TX 76013
Phone: (817) 860-1836

Lieutenants Konstantin and Anna Maslenikov

Year-round Services

Food Pantry:
Thursday at 10AM - 3PM

Family Life Shelter:
Open year-round for families experiencing homelessness

Case Management:
Monday-Friday by appointment

Community Dinner:
Saturday at 6PM

Seasonal Services

Cooling Station:
Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM, anytime the heat index reaches 100 degrees and above

Youth Education Town (YET) Programming
After School Program: Monday-Friday from 3PM-6PM
Summer Day Camp: June 7, 2021 - August 6, 2021, Monday-Friday from 7:30AM-6:00PM

Ministry Services

Sunday at 11AM

Sunday School:
Sunday at 10AM

Adult Music Program:
Wednesday at 11AM

Bible Study:
Thursday at 7:30PM, virtual

Teen Programming (Middle & High School):
Thursday at 6PM 

Children Programming (K-6 Grade):
Thursday at 6PM, starting in August

Women's Ministry:
Fellowship: Every first and third Tuesday of the month at 6:30PM, virtual
Dining Divas: Every first Friday of the month at 6:30PM 

Men's Fellowship:
Friday at 6:30PM at Fort Worth ARC, 2901 NE 28th St, Forth Worth 76111


Located northeast of the University of Texas at Arlington campus, The Salvation Army’s Family Life Center and Youth Education Town in Arlington meet the needs of a broad cross-section of the community. The center provides opportunities for worship, education, recreation, music, and community activities.

The Family Life Center provides a shelter designed to take families from being homeless to being stable and productive members of society. It is one of the few shelters in the area where families are able to live together as they strive to get back on their feet. Activities within the Family Life Center include the job skills, parenting classes, finance classes, and more.

The North Texas Youth Education Town, a legacy project from Super Bowl XLV, meets the needs of youth and families by dealing with educational, spiritual, and health issues. The program consists of an after school program, summer day camp, homework assistance, music, dance, arts, and more.