Denton County residents now have a new digital lifeline to find assistance with basic services, from food to job training. The county, in partnership with the cities of Denton and Lewisville, has launched FindHelp Denton County, an online directory aimed at connecting individuals and families to various support services and programs throughout the region, as announced by the City of Lewisville, Texas.
The website is designed for ease and expediency, according to a statement from Denton County Judge Andy Eads, who shared, "We believe FindHelp Denton County will allow our neighbors to get the information they are seeking in an efficient and effective manner." With the promise of convenience, the platform is expected to streamline the process of finding help within the county's service web, as per the City of Lewisville, Texas.
FindHelp Denton County offers searchable listings for various forms of aid including food access, medical care, transportation, financial support, and job training. The interface allows users to filter results based on keywords and zip codes, swiftly delivering a curated selection of services either closest to their location or most relevant to their needs.
Social service and nonprofit agencies stand to benefit as well, as they can utilize the platform to connect with those in need or receive referrals. The site, found at FindHelp.DentonCounty.gov, promises up-to-date hours, program details, and service locations, intending to make searching for assistance as frictionless as possible.