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Pillars of Service


Health & Wellness


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Early Head Start

Offered in partnership with ChildCareGroup, DBC has up to 48 children between the ages of 6 weeks to 3 years onsite five days a week.  Almost half our facility space is dedicated to helping these young minds grow and prepare for kindergarten!

If you are interested in attending this program, please contact ChildCareGroup. |  214-943-6800


Adult Education

Tech Lead

DBC offers adult education opportunities throughout the year.  These sessions are often hosted by partner agencies and include topics of interest to our neighbors. Past topics have included: financial literacy, Banking 101, domestic violence, effective parenting, healthy food preparation and more.  Please check the DBC Calendar for upcoming classes.


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Health & Wellness

Bethlehem Market

DBC provides supplemental meal support through our food pantry distribution.   We are a CDP (Community Distribution Partner) with Crossroads (a hub of the North Texas Food Bank). With a focus on distributing healthy food items, DBC often supplements our donations with healthy protein sources. We also work in partnership with Lovers’ Lane United Methodist Church to distribute almost 100,000 pounds of fresh produce each year.  


DBC is a client-choice based food pantry, allowing our neighbors to shop for what they need/want and leave what they don't for other families.  On Thursdays, volunteers are available to help our shoppers. 

DBC is a no-barriers-to-entry food pantry.  No identification or income verification is required for service.  No reservation required.


The Market is open both weekday and evening hours.

Tuesday - 5pm - 7pm

Wednesday - 5pm - 7pm

Thursday - 10am - 2pm

Health & Wellness

Family Dinner

DBC provides two hot, healthy evening meals for our neighbors to eat with us at the Center.  These meals are designed to create a sense of community and help reduce our neighbor's grocery budgets.  Our neighbors may also shop the pantry during the mealtime. 


Our Family Dinners are a no-barrier-to-entry program.  

No identification or income verification required.

No reservation required. 

Tuesday - 5pm to 7pm

Wednesday - 5pm - 7pm

  • 5pm - Meal service starts

  • 6pm - Seconds distributed for those who would like a second plate.

  • 6:30pm - "To-Go" meals are distributed. A "To-Go" plate is only available if enough food remains.  "To-Go" plates are limited to two per person.

Seniors or those with disabilities may register for "To-Go" meals without waiting until 6:30.  Please contact to register.

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Community Garden

DBC's community garden offers a place for residents and volunteers to join together in planting, harvesting and tending vegetables, flowers and fruits.  Produce grown in the garden is used for Family Dinner and is also distributed to our neighbors. 

GROW North Texas recently planted apple, pear and fig trees, as well as, blackberry vines.  We are excited to watch these plants grow over the next few years!

If you would like to join our volunteers working in the garden, please email


Computer Lab

DBC's computer lab provides a place for our neighbors to access the internet as well as take classes on topics of interest.  

If you would like to schedule a time to access the lab, please contact

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