PLAN of North Texas

an affiliate of Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas


Looking Forward

        by Robert Gregory, Chairman



PLAN's objective in joining forces with Jewish Family was first and foremost about being able to fulfill our Mission of providing a comprehensive program that supplements the care giving of family today and tomorrow.

I can state categorically that PLAN's objective is being met and with each day our relationship with JFS is broader and deeper.  PLAN is now on a firmer foundation from which to move forward.

It is not difficult to envision an even more comprehensive PLAN--from crisis to employment--in which PLAN's traditional services of psychotherapy, money management and case management, coupled with an expanding array of offerings under our Education & Socialization Programs and an enlarged and expanded role for the L'Helgoual'ch Consumer Leadership Board.  Future opportunities could include:  a Clubhouse, additional housing in conjunction with PLAN Homes; and expanded opportunities for employment with employers in the community.


In 1991, two concerned parents of adult children with mental illness joined forces to build an organization to help address the needs of their loved one--currently and in the years to come.  Thus PLAN of North Texas was born.

PLAN currently has a staff of 7 serving over a 120 individuals and their families, using a holistic approach to treating individuals with mental illness with effective sustainable reduction of symptoms and improved quality of life.

Planned Living Assistance Network (PLAN) of North Texas is an organization dedicated to providing comprehensive support to families and individuals with mental illness.

PLAN of North Texas

13151 Emily Rd

Suite 240

Dallas TX 75240


972-690-3009 fax



PLAN  is a 501(c) (3) corporation who exists solely through service fees, donations and grants.  Your support is crucial to its ongoing efforts.  All contributions are tax-deductible.

We are interested in hearing from you!

Do you have any feedback or concerns?  Please email Ruth Josenhans, Transition Manger at or call at 972-690-7526.


A new Psychosocial World

of Opportunity

A dynamic combination of

Group Sessions and Computer Activities

designed to help improve

 Social Skills,

Neuro-processing and Social Stamina.

Registration opens next in March.

CONTACT: Janelle Gibson, LCSW

469-206-1649 for info 


Sunday, February 21st, 2016

The Eisemann