Fast Facts

Following are some current and historical facts about Community Lifeline Center. Information is accurate as of 2010. For further clarification or updating, contact Christine Hockin-Boyd.

Community Lifeline Center:

  • Officially, “Community Lifeline Center, Inc.”, or as “Community Lifeline Center” not CLC, Lifeline or other shortened forms
  • 501(c)(3) non-profit, founded July 1989
  • Located in downtown McKinney
  • Communities served: Altoga, Anna, Blue Ridge, Celina, Copeville, Farmersville, Josephine, Lavon, Lowery Crossing, McKinney, Melissa, Nevada, New Hope, Princeton, Prosper, Westminster, Weston
  • Funding primarily provided by individual and business donations and local churches. Additional support at times from TXU Energy, FEMA, City Of McKinney, McKinney Community Development Block Grant & Community Support, The Meadows Foundation, Dallas Women’s Foundation, CoServ Charitable Foundation, Texas Veterans Commission, and local businesses
  • Goal is to provide limited, 30-90 days assistance to individuals and families to bridge short term crisis, not long term or repeat clients
  • In addition to financial support, job and financial/budgeting counseling, Community Lifeline Center also provides as needed medical prescriptions, diapers, 3-meals-in-a-bag, box fans, window A/C units, and CFL bulbs.
  • Partnership with LifeSteps has provided expansion of services in which to offer various life and job skills training opportunities
  • Partnership with Texas Veterans Commission enables additional services to veterans, dependents, and survivors


“First United Methodist Church of McKinney is blessed to be in ministry with CLC. We support them with our prayers and  financial support as we work together to be of service to the less fortunate.”  –Alan Heath, Executive Director

Community Lifeline Center. 1601 N. Waddill St., Ste 102 McKinney, TX 75069 | 972.542.0020 |

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