TrueWorth Homeless Resource Center and Clinic opened its doors in December of 2016. TrueWorth serves individuals and families in Fort Worth who find themselves homeless. They offer day shelter, supportive services and resources, and access to partner agencies. TrueWorth and the new facility are funded by the Fort Worth Foundation, whose mission is to support local organizations working to feed the hungry and improve the lives of homeless individuals and families in the area.
The facility was designed by HKS and DFW Consulting Group provided the MEP engineering. The facility is about 40,000 SQFT and includes a restroom and showers, laundry facilities, mailing address, telephones, computers, temporary storage, a kitchen, and medical and dental clinics. TrueWorth works to link guests with healthcare, employment, education, mental health and substance abuse treatment, critical documents, and more.
Command Commissioning provided commissioning services for the Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing systems of the building.
Owner: Fort Worth Foundation Trust
Architect: HKS, Inc.
MEP Engineer: DFW Consulting Group