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CCNTX

Community Connections North Texas

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Who We Are

CCNTX

Community Connections North Texas is a nonprofit formed in 2019 to support United Advocates and the IDD community in North Texas. We are a 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit.

First board meeting!

United Advocates

United Advocates is a Fort Worth group run by and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). United Advocates is a chapter of Texas Advocates.  United Advocates has existed since the 1980s.

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Raven

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Juan

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What we do

Our Services

Special Tribute

We honor our dear friends who are no longer with us physically, but will always be with us in spirit.

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What Drives Us

Our goal is to get people out of the house!

Current events include:

  • Wednesday meetings at Genesis United Methodist Church that focus on health and wellness, volunteering (snack packs), socializing, life skills, plus arts and crafts.
  • Friday Zoom meetings
  • Annual trip to Texas Advocates conference
  • Social activities and field trips: movies, dinners, zoo, State Fair of Texas, Genesis Men’s retreat
  • Individual support for self-advocates and their families, including information and referral, transportation and anything else that improves their quality of life (volunteer basis)

Ways To Give

We appreciate all gifts of time, money or supplies!

Activities

Wednesday @ Genesis

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Annual Texas Advocates Conference

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MHMR of Tarrant County Community Dance

My Health My Resources of Tarrant County will be hosting Community Dances each month!

Every dance will take place on the dates below from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

  • June 16 (Friday)
  • July 21 (Friday)
  • August 18 (Friday)
  • September 15 (Friday)
  • October 27 (Friday)
  • November 17 (Friday)
  • December 15 (Friday)

Location: 2300 Circle Drive Gym, Fort Worth, TX 7 6119

Funded by: Chula Chaser

Email contact: disabilityservicesaccount@mhmrtc.org

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More About Sunflowers

Helen Keller

Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadows. It’s what the sunflowers do.

Meaning

While sunflowers come in a range of warm colors, from golden to orange, red, and purple, they are most known for their vibrant yellow color. As the color yellow represents joy, happiness, and laughter, these qualities are what the sunflower embodies.