Community Resources/Health and Family Assistance

The purpose of this list is to help our CISD families become aware of the resources available in our community.  This is not an endorsement of any kind by the Coppell Independent School District. For additional questions regarding community resources, contact your school nurse or counselor.


PediPlace provides high-quality healthcare for children in our community who have no access to such services due to economic, geographic, and/or cultural barriers.  PediPlace is a neighborhood pediatric office located in Lewisville, Texas, and services uninsured children and those who receive Medicaid or CHIP benefits. Their not-for-profit pediatric clinic provides a broad scope of health services with a highly competent and bilingual staff of medical/health professionals, trained office staff, and many dedicated volunteers.  All services are provided by appointment at a single clinic site in Lewisville located at Park Lane Village, 502 S. Old Orchard Lane, Suite 126. Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., open until 8:00 p..m. on Tuesdays. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 972-436-7962 or visit

2435 Kinwest Clinic is an adult and pediatric clinic available for those without health insurance or financial resources. Appointments are required. You may call 972-443-3328 and leave your name/date of birth/best phone number and a clinic volunteer will contact you. Location: 2435 Kinwest Parkway, Irving, TX, 75065 (Kinwest Parkway Entrance -Southside of Irving Bible Church/Entrance sign is under portico).

Woven Health Clinic is a 501(c)(3) charitable clinic that offers high-quality medical care for lower costs to adults in the Dallas area (Dallas, Carrollton, Coppell, Addison, and Farmers Branch), with a focus on women. Clinics located in Carrollton and Farmers Branch cover both the uninsured and under-insured as well as some free healthcare services. Services offered at the clinics include primary care, prevention ,mental health, chronic disease management, and women's health. Bilingual services are available. For more information go to

Primary Care Clinic of North Texas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing general practice care (annual physical, acute care, women's health, chronic condition, sick visits) to uninsured and underinsured adults and children 13 years and older. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit

Immunization Clinics/Dallas County Health & Human Services are available to all children 0-18 years of age that qualify for the Texas Vaccines for Children (TVFC)  Program. For a list of the various TVFC clinics found throughout the neighborhoods in Dallas click here.

TVFC Program eligible students include:

  • uninsured or underinsured children,

  • children who are covered by CHIP,

  • children who are of Native American or Native Alaskan heritage, and

  • children on Medicaid


Click here for a list of area resources.


Christian Community Action assists the financially disadvantaged by providing a program that is comprehensive in services.  Programs offered include spiritual counseling, food pantry, emergency financial assistance, education and empowerment, senior services, and seasonal programs. Call 972-221-1224 for more information/eligibility requirements or visit

Metrocrest Services assists individuals, families, and seniors living in Carrollton, Addison, Farmers Branch, Coppell, and the city of Dallas (75287) in Denton County and specializes in helping families and seniors who are going through a crisis situation stabilize their lives for a brighter future. They offer a wide rage of services including emergency financial assistance, financial coaching and education, a food pantry, employment coaching and job readiness, senior services help seniors age in place, and seasonal programs focused on children including holiday gifts and food for the summer. For more information call 972-446-2100 or visit

Click here for a list of area resources supporting mental health.