We are excited to announce that Dolores Sosa Green will joined us as CEO of Incarnation House on July 1st!

Dolores has dedicated her life to working in the nonprofit world, with over 28 years of experience in the field. She’s worked in all aspects of non-profit, including program development, executive leadership, fundraising and working directly with students.

Academically, Dolores has a degree in Psychology and a Masters Degree in Counseling and Student Services.

Additionally, Dolores is an alumna of North Dallas High School!

Please join me in welcoming her to Incarnation House.

*Our interim CEO Regina Nippert is helping with the transition and plans to stay involved with Incarnation House in some capacity.

Incarnation House offers a safe place for the at-risk teens in Dallas to come after school, build relationships with caring adults, receive a good meal, and have access to essential services. The students at Incarnation House learn, explore, and experience in ways that facilitate growth and change. These experiences help prepare them for future life success.

Our goal is to permanently end generational poverty and change the course of our student’s lives, putting them on track to reach their full potential.

Incarnation House is an after-school program that serves the needs of youth at North Dallas High School to bridge the gaps and help them succeed, no matter the challenges present in their daily lives.

Our Mission

The mission of Incarnation House is to partner with the vulnerable youth of Dallas to access the physical, educational and emotional resources necessary to live an independent and successful future. Our vision is for all young people to reach adulthood healthy, supported and with full opportunity to thrive in life.

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Our Program

Incarnation House, located in the heart of Uptown Dallas, is a center dedicated to serving the needs of transitional high school students with after-school programming that helps to develop essential life skills, provide emotional support and physical resources, and foster a sense of hope for a future free from the bondage of poverty.

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Help & Support

Incarnation House works in conjunction with volunteers, community partners and donors who invest with us to change the lives and bring hope to Dallas kids.

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About US

We Serve Dallas Teens

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Incarnation House is a hub and functions as a collaborator among its volunteers and partners in order to provide support and resources for the youth it serves. Services focus on the students’ physical, educational and emotional needs in order to equip them to live as confident, independent adults.

Incarnation House offers a safe and consistent after-school destination that feels like home. Each student is valued for who they are as an individual. A network of adults who care about their future help them discover their full potential and make that reality possible by connecting them with resources. Above all, Incarnation House is a place of hope.


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Every year in May, Church of the Incarnation hosts the Heart of Uptown- Cole Park 5k. Last year’s race benefited Incarnation House and we were proud to be a part of this fun community event. Stay tuned for details on next year’s race.

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We are honored to be a part of D Gives, where D Magazine partners with local nonprofits and the community to bring awareness to Dallas and raise money for organizations that are having an impact on Dallas! Join us in December for D Gives!