Housing initiative from the Casa de Esperanza and the City of Fort Worth.
Front desk lobby area where tenants can obtain information as well as access on-site community rooms conveniently.
On-site multi-purpose community room allows tenants the ability to gather for activities, meetings or just to relax and unwind in a peaceful setting.
Tenants can enjoy an outdoor community space including a pergola lounge area, outdoor grill, resident garden space and a pet park.
Tenants enjoy renovated apartments that include new refrigerators and microwaves in the kitchenettes, and new bed sets and TV systems.
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The City of Fort Worth utilizes innovation and partnerships to address homelessness in the city.
One such project is Casa de Esperanza.
Casa de Esperanza, Fort Worth, TX’s largest permanent supportive housing development, opened in December of 2020 with the support of
Fort Worth Housing Solutions (FWHS – the City’s public housing authority, managing a wide variety of housing programs);
development partner Ojala Partners, LP of Dallas; the City of Fort Worth; and a coalition of agencies that care for people who are homeless.
Mayor Mattie Parker discusses issues surrounding homelessness in Fort Worth with Tara Perez, who leads the city’s Directions Home program, and Lauren King, who leads the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition, including the HB 1925 "camping ban," permanent supportive housing projects, Fort Worth Police Department's HOPE team and the path to ending chronic homelessness.
Spotlight Homeless to Hope
Tara Perez, Manager
Terrence Hamilton, Coordinator
Learn more about our partners and team efforts.