Social Services

 

 
 

MCC Social Services.

Darlene Mann LMSW Project Director

MCC for human services was the first Muslim social service organization in Texas established in 1995 to serve the needs of influx of refugees and immigrants from Bosnia and Somalia in response to the needs of the refugees who had difficulty in settling down in USA. Now MCC provides services to all residents of Dallas-Fort Worth irrespective of religion, country of origin, ethnicity and race.

The mission of MCCHS is to build strong families and harmonious communities by providing no-cost or low cost affordable social services and educational services to undeserved persons. MCCHS defines “undeserved persons” as individuals or families who are uninsured or under-insured and face barriers accessing support due to language or cultural differences, regardless of race, religion or place of residence.

24 hr Helpline: (Non-emergency call) Clients can call anytime for any kind of assistance which can be provided by MCC or referred to appropriate agency in the community. Calls can be made 24 hours a day at 817-589-9165.

Social services: Assistance in finding jobs, learning English language and getting food and clothes for people in need, in addition to giving information about places of worship and schools.

Counseling service: Licensed counselor provides help for people with variety of emotional problems, anxiety, depression, marital conflicts, parent-child issues.

Domestic Violence & Family Social Services: MCCHS offers crisis intervention, appointment scheduling, information or referral for services. In addition to fielding calls to discuss information about available services, MCCHS provides immediate assistance to victims of domestic violence, child abuse and trauma. MCCHS offers a 24hr domestic violent hotline. MCCHS’ social workers provide individual counseling for victims of domestic violence and family counseling to address individual issues, mental health issues, marital and family problems associated with immigrant families trying to cope with differing customs, cultures and laws. We provide counseling services for children, adolescents and adults. MCCHS provides case management for domestic violence and assist clients with obtaining services related to victims of crime.

24 hr hotline: 682-715-4849

Foster parenting program: After several years of unsuccessful efforts, MCC developed a foster parenting program by organizing certification courses for interested parents to become certified foster parents.

For Further INFORMATION & APPOINTMENTS, Please Contact:

(817) 589 – 9165 

Ms. Mann received her master’s degree at The University of Southern California School of Social Work. Ms. Mann is currently attending Walden University Doctor of Social Work program focusing on Clinical Expertise.

Ms. Mann’s clinical experience is varied and includes time spent working in three psychiatric inpatient facilities with active duty military and veterans, Adults in psychiatric intensive care unit, program manager for pediatric and adolescents in two facilities, and interim director of social services. Ms. Mann also gained clinical experience working as a clinician in private practice focused on treating Autistic children in Oklahoma. She also worked as a crisis intervention therapist in rural Oklahoma Schools. She has received specialized training in Cognitive Processing Therapy, Military Sexual Trauma, Crisis Intervention, Guardian Ad Lit Em, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.

We treat them with goodness and grace!

IN SERVICE TO Humanity MCCHS