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Juliette Fowler Communities

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Nicole Gann, President & CEO
1234 Abrams Road
Dallas, Texas 75214
(214) 827-0813

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Juliette Fowler Communities is a neighborhood of choice and connection, of caring and service, of faith and fulfillment.  Founded more than 126 years ago as an intergenerational community, Fowler serves children, youth and seniors, as well as their families, at our East Dallas location.

As a continuing care retirement community, Fowler’s residential services and care offerings for older adults include:

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Support
  • Health and Rehabilitation
  • Affordable Senior Housing

As an intergenerational community, Fowler’s residential offerings for children, youth and young women include: foster care, adoption services and a transitional living program for young girls who have been abused, neglected or abandoned and have experienced foster care.

In the News

2017-18 Mission & Ministry Grant

Friends Helping Friends

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Friends Helping Friends is a resident-initiated program that seeks to provide hot meals for the lowest income residents at Fowler Christian Apartments. This program is ongoing and has no end date. The more we raise, the more residents we can help.

Mission Area: Older Adults

Innovation Grant: US $15,000


I'm Still Here Dementia Training and Certification

Juliette Fowler Communities staff and leadership will undertake transformational dementia training and certification through the internationally recognized Hearthstone Institute. Through environmental adaptions, communication techniques, extensive training, and life enrichment curriculum, the “I’m Still Here” (ISH) program will create an unprecedented level of engagement for those living with dementia. To achieve certification, Fowler staff and leadership will participate in year-long rigorous training which includes extensive disease education, communication techniques and life enrichment which focuses on learning and creativity.

Juliette Fowler Communities has researched best practices for dementia care for several years. They have achieved the highest quality of clinical care and are certified through the state of Texas as an Alzheimer’s care facility. ISH will expand on the quality care that is already provided at Fowler. No other care environment in Dallas utilizes this approach.

Mission Area: Older Adults

Innovation Grant: US $10,000

2019-20 Mission & Ministry Grant

Expanded Dementia Care Training

In 2018, NBA funded Juliette Fowler’s I’m Still Here Dementia Training and Certification program. Through that grant, the organization was able to successfully achieve certification as a Center for Excellence in dementia care. Still, the need for dementia care and services is growing. This grant will expand the current “I’m Still Here” dementia training and certification program to assist in the full integration of the program throughout all levels of living and to help church partners create dementia-friendly environments to expand their ministry.

Mission Area: Older Adults
Innovation Grant: $10,000

2020-21 Mission & Ministry Grant

The Opportunity Center: Education and Mentoring Services

Provides a one-stop location for at-risk children and child victims to receive whole-person services.

At-Risk Children and Youth
Innovation Grant, $9,000

Fall 2022 Mission & Ministry Grant

Services for At-Risk Youth

According to the National Foster Youth Institute, 60 percent of all child sex trafficking victims have a history in the child welfare system. In response, Juliette Fowler Communities provide services and support through the Youth Support Center (YSC) and The Ebby House. The objectives of the YSC are to provide one location for all social services necessary to meet the need for intensive prevention, support, and recovery services for at-risk children/youth, including those rescued from sex trafficking. The objective of The Ebby House is to change the life trajectory of young women aging out of foster care.

Mission Area: Intergenerational

Grant Amount: $9,000