Fifty years ago, very few resources existed for parents of disabled children in Dallas County. With nowhere to turn for community-based services or help, families lacked support and their children had limited options in life. The Warren Center was created in 1968 and for decades, we have provided much-needed resources and care to children with disabilities and their families. Grassroots efforts and proven successes paved the way for an increase in community and parental awareness. As our organization experienced growth, we began adapting our programs to meet the changing needs of families.
Over the years, The Warren Center has given parents access to the resources their children needed, and more importantly, hope and support.
Dallas Cowboy legend Jay Novacek hosted the 25th anniversary of Fantasy Football Draft Night benefiting The Warren Center. At the annual football-themed event, guests created their own fantasy football teams to compete against one another with hopes of winning the grand prize: two season...read More
North Texas Giving Day is Thursday, September 20, 2018! The Warren Center is very excited to be participating in the online giving event with our #Give2Kids campaign. Our goal this year is to raise 2000 hours of therapy for the children in our community...read More
The year 2018 marks The Warren Center’s 50th anniversary and the 25th anniversary of Fantasy Football Draft Night. At this event attendees create their own fantasy football teams and compete against one another with hopes of winning the grand prize; two season tickets to...read More
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