Unexpectedly laid off

Kevin, his wife Judy, and son Brandon, came to The Samaritan Inn after facing a number of challenges. The family is originally from California where they were strongly devoted to their church and community. Kevin states that it was his strong faith that enabled him to... read more

US Dept of Education says 1.3 million students are Homeless

On a typical night, we have 50 -60 children living at the Inn. Of those, about 45 are students in school districts in across North Texas, including Plano, Allen, Frisco, Richardson, Dallas, Wylie, Princeton, Celina, McKinney and more! Read this CBS article that says... read more


National News – Criminalization of Homelessness is Wrong

San Antonio gave out over 12,000 citations to people experiencing homelessness in under 2 years. It should not be a crime for anyone to sit down, eat, use the bathroom or for charitable groups to feed people experiencing homeless. We urge cities all over to stop... read more

She has computer knowledge

Janet offers many skills that will enhance any office. In addition to her warm, professional, and engaging personality; she has computer knowledge, sales, and customer service experience. She has a strong background working with underwriters to obtain medical... read more


Veteran Homelessness – Bill is a United States Veteran

Bill is a United States Veteran and served in the U. S. Marine Corps for 4 years. While in the military, he was a squad leader, and his duties included military police and guard duty. Bill has seven years of experience as a Certified Level II security guard. He is... read more


The Samaritan Inn

Teen Advisory Board

We’re kicking off our first High School Teen Advisory Board (TAB) this fall. We’ll have monthly meetings and learn about non-profit management, local homelessness, leadership, philanthropy, and volunteer service. Our TAB will participate in Homeless Awareness Week,... read more