The Lullaby House

A nonprofit organization

The teen pregnancy rate in Dallas is one of the top in the country as well as repeat births in young girls ages 14-18. We provide programs and services to teen moms in the community. With our Community Care Program we hold workshops and classes on parenting, child development, life skills, financial literacy, educational attainment, health and wellness and counseling sessions. We are 1 of 3 homes (currently open) in the state of Texas licensed to provide long-term residential services to pregnant and parenting teens and their babies in CPS foster care. The teens in our Licensed Residential Maternity Home have long term housing with programs and services to help them become self sufficient and by giving them supportive resources to help them become responsible parents and citizens.

Through a combination of grace, love, and respect we will strive to create a nurturing environment for teenage mothers.

Our Needs

The funds acquired will help The Lullaby House in maintaining a safe, supportive licensed residential maternity home for teen mothers and their children. We are in need of financial support to cover the monthly expenses such as mortgage, salaries, utilities, transportation, needed supplies and maintenance. The Lullaby House will need clothing for all moms and children. We need improved transportation to transport our clients. We are in need of transportation to ensure we can assist the teens with getting to school, doctors appointments, counseling, trainings and jobs.


The Lullaby House mission is to strengthen families, break the cycle of poverty and promote generational change by providing comprehensive programs, services, and education to teenage parents and families in need.

Equity Statement

As The Lullaby House, we are committed to racial equity both internally through our work environment, and externally through our programming.

We are committed to ensuring that every policy enacted reflects democratic principles of equity and justice.

We understand that enacting policy in a just and equitable manner considers critical issues of implicit bias and discrimination that requires concerted and purposeful action.

We believe that bringing together Lullaby House staff and other partners with differing backgrounds and life experiences will enhance our ability to increase opportunities for all arts service organizations to succeed.

Policies, programs, and activities will be administered to identify and avoid discrimination and barriers to access, and to avoid disproportionately high and adverse effects on communities of color.

Accountability to the community we serve is of central importance to us. We understand the significance of evaluating the impact of our policymaking on grantees over time and utilizing this evaluation in the development of new policy initiatives. We are committed to the just and equitable disbursement of resources.

We will obtain the following information when relevant and appropriate in order to utilize data to evaluate the impact of our equity goals: population served and/or affected by race, color, national origin, and income level, which will include diverse communities across the state such as: communities of color, racially and ethnically diverse individuals, tribal communities, immigrant and refugee communities, and communities that have principal languages other than English.

Building a race equity culture requires intention and effort. This Lullaby House Racial Equity Statement should inspire greater collaboration in policymaking, strengthen public will and input, and develop policymaking that has a strong commitment to advancing equity. Led by our Racial Equity Statement, we will fully integrate race equity into every aspect of our operations and programs and work toward the dismantling of structural racism wherever we encounter it and improving The Lullaby House outcomes for all.

Organization Data


Organization name

The Lullaby House

Tax id (EIN)



Operating Budget

$500,000 - $999,999

Counties Served

Grayson, Wise, Tarrant, Somervell, Rockwall, Parker, Palo Pinto, Navarro, Montague, Kaufman, Johnson, Hunt, Hood, Fannin, Erath, Ellis, Denton, Dallas, Cooke, Collin

BIPOC Serving

Native American, Hispanic or Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black or African American

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


7441 Marvin D Love Fwy #201
Dallas, TX 75237



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