Our Mission

To Identify and reduce food insecurity and depression in those of age 55 plus in the 76401, 76402 and 76446 zip codes

Program Introduction

Through the Texas Health Resources community impact initiative, Tarleton State University's College of Health Science and Human Services has been awarded the Texans Reducing Food Insecurity & Depression (TFID) grant. TFID intends to address depression and social isolation in the target population, while also addressing access to healthy food.  The funds will help to promote the many partners and projects within this grant to achieve the mission at hand.

Program Services

Tarleton State University along with their community partners will provide:

  • Referral Services
  • Free MBCT Counseling 
  • Local Food Bank Enrichment
  • Community Garden
  • Education and Trainings
  • Cooking Classes Eldercare/Caregiver conference
  • Transportation Support

Volunteer Opportunities                           

Texans Reducing Food Insecurity and Depression (TFID) has lots of volunteer opportunities large and small.  If this mission speaks to your heart and you would like to take part, please contact us!

Contact Us

Texans Reducing Food Insecurity & Depression

Phone: (254) 413-0883

Email: TexansFID@gmail.com 

Website Host: www.cowboycapitalmhc.org

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Lead Partner: 

Tarleton State University's College
of Health Science and Human Services

Community Partners:

AgriLife Erath County
112 W College St #109

Basic Needs- Graham Street Church of Christ
312 N Graham St

Bunker Hill Apartments
1801 W Lingleville Rd

Cowboy Capital Mental Health Connection
903 S Drew St

Grace Place First Baptist
365 W Tarleton St

Hope Inc.
1617 E Washington St

Meals on Wheels- Erath County
310 W Lingleville Rd

Stephenville Senior Citizen Center
164 E College St

Stephenville Crossing Apartments
1300 W Hyman St

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