Soul's Harbor Homeless Shelter
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review 37
13134 Nile Drive Dallas TX 75253 USA
Soul’s Harbor is neither a rehabilitation facility nor a true homeless shelter. Soul’s Harbor could be categorized as a recovery home where men can learn tools to fight their addiction issues, or life affecting issues and live in a clean, sober and functional environment each day.
Half of our men that currently reside at Soul's Harbor have 1 year or more of clean / sober time
Homeless Male Population in the Dallas / Forth Worth area from age 18 to 65
Geographic areas served:
Dallas, Ellis, Tarrant, Kaufman, Rockwell, Collin and Tarrant county
We have 2 programs - our intense "in house" 6 month substance abuse recovery program and our work therapy program that gets the resident ready for work outside Soul's Harbor when he leaves.
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This place is the worse shelter in Dallas, do not go, my first day there I was slapped in the face by a resident who was throwing chairs around and I told him to calm down because one almost hit me, not only was the resident allowed to stay and not even get a write up but they tried to blame it on me, attacked a second time by a mental patient, out of the blue he just freaked out, grabbed a pool stick and chased me down the stairs with it, I ran into the blue house main entrance door and shut the door on him, he proceeded to smash the windows out with the pool stick and jammed it in my chest injuring me badly, there is no and was no security in sight as always, the attacker was not written up and was allowed to stay also, he eventually punched an old man in the face and was arrested only to come back after his stint in jail, bedbugs are rampant there, sex offenders live there permanently and one named Eugene who is still there looks at pictures of half naked underage boys on the Internet and they let him do it and pay no mind, they let dogs and puppies roam freely around the campus and every one eventually get hit and killed by a car, they had a so called mascot named "Harbor" a dachshund weiner dog that they left upstairs in the rec room to be tortured and tormented by residents, he was kicked across the room and almost died, the former director Thomas threw hot coffee on him right in front of me and they threatened to euthanize him, after being neglected completely and almost dying I stepped in and took him with me when I escaped this hell hole of a place, they praise the evil people and look down on the ones trying to do right, I tried to help a starving cat one time and the former assistant director Kurt told someone to kill it with a shovel, Kurt died of aids but was praised by staff as being a "great man" by the executive director Brent but was pure evil, assistant director Reggie is never there and the executive director Brent (who lives next door) is too busy trying to figure out what opera to take his wife to than fixing anything there. Do not go to this shelter. It deserves negative stars but I must leave one to comment, one they don't deserve. Nightmare on Nile St