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We’re better together.

At The Preston of the Park Cities, we encourage diversity and embrace an inclusive, warm, and inviting environment for all. We’ve built partnerships with local organizations to keep you connected to the culture here and for any additional resources you might need. From entertainment to health and wellness, you have access to the best Dallas has to offer.

All of our partners share our commitment to diversity and inclusivity, too. So no matter your ethnicity or identity, everyone is welcome here.

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Definitive Healthcare Clinics

Get reliable data for over 2,100 retail clinics, 10,600 urgent care clinics, 14,100 FQHCs, 4,700 rural health clinics, and 7,600 renal dialysis facilities in the DFW area. Trusted by more than 2,000 of the biggest names in healthcare. 

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Pharmacy Partners in Dallas

We partner with key DFW area pharmacies to allow an optimal range of locations to get your medications. These choice pharmacies include many of the top national and regional pharmacy brands and networks.

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Three Oaks Hospice

Three Oaks listens, cares, and serves to deliver comprehensive care tailored to the wishes and needs of patients and their families. Pain and symptom management with emotional and spiritual support is provided to patients and their loved ones. Services are available to patients with life-limiting illnesses of any race, religion, or age.

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UT Southwestern Medical Center

At UT Southwestern, your safety and well-being are always the top priorities. You can count on UT Southwestern to deliver the care you need – safely and effectively.

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Edgecombe County Emergency Services

Emergencies can happen anytime. Fortunately, Texas Health emergency rooms are open 24/7 with emergency-trained physicians on staff and clinical personnel prepared for serious injuries and illnesses. As one of the largest health systems in north Texas, and with more than 50 years of experience, rest assured that you and your family are in excellent hands.

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Emergency Management

Be prepared for an emergency or disaster. Learn the potential hazards in your community, how to be prepared, the difference between shelter-in-place and evacuation, the different types of emergency kits and emergency notifications, as well as resources and volunteer opportunities available to you and all DFW residents.

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Dallas Fire Rescue

Dallas Fire Rescue exists to provide the citizens of Dallas the most effective and rapid emergency, fire, rescue, and prevention services in an ever-changing environment. Their mission is to prevent and suppress fires, educate, and rescue citizens, provide emergency medical services, promote public safety, and foster community relations.

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Dallas Police Department

Officers will conduct themselves in an ethical manner and will respect and protect the rights of citizens as determined by the law. DPD will treat citizens and their fellow employees courteously and with the same amount of dignity with which they expect to be. As civil servants, they perform their duties with the knowledge that protection of the lives and property of all citizens is their primary duty.

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Dallas County Sheriff’s Office

Dallas County Sheriff’s Office is the chief law enforcement agency in the county, established March 30, 1846. Unlike municipal law enforcement agencies, sheriff deputies have jurisdiction in all areas of the county, including the other 32 cities in the county. The mission of the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department is to provide the citizens of Dallas County with quality law enforcement services.

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The University of Texas at Dallas

UT Dallas is a top public university located in one of the nation’s fastest-growing metropolitan regions. Seven schools offer more than 140 undergraduate and graduate programs, plus professional certificates and fast-track programs.

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University of Dallas

The University of Dallas is a Catholic institution welcoming students of all faiths. Offering a comprehensive list of bachelor’s, master's, doctoral, and continuing education programs, the university attracts highly motivated students from throughout the nation and the world.

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Dallas County Health & Human Services

DCHHS is a nationally accredited public health department responsible for providing health and social services that protect the health and well-being of over 2.6 million people that call Dallas County home.

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Dallas Public Library

Dallas Public Library strengthens communities by connecting people, inspiring curiosity, advancing lives, and working for racial equity.

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Dallas County Chamber of Commerce

One of America’s most established business organizations serves as the voice of business and the champion of economic development and growth in the Dallas region. They work with their member companies and regional partners to strengthen the business community by advocating for pro-growth public policies, improving the educational system, attracting talented workers from around the world, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and enhancing the quality of life for all.

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City of Dallas Rotary Club

Where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders and take action to create lasting change. Club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group that shares your drive to give back.

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Dallas Senior Center

The DCHHS Older Adult Services Program serves residents 60 years and older.
Transportation is available to program participants. Call 214-819-1860 for more information.

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Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading organization aimed at ending Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. The Preston of the Park Cities has partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association, hosting events to raise funds and awareness about the importance of Alzheimer’s research.

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SilverSneakers is a nationwide wellness and fitness program offered free to seniors 65 and older who have eligible Medicare plans. Seniors can access both online and in-person classes, designed for multiple fitness levels. Instructors can make modifications to courses wherever possible to accommodate physical limitations, and most locations are wheelchair accessible.

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Dallas Area Parkinson Society

The Dallas Area Parkinson Society (DAPS) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1978. It’s dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Parkinson’s disease. They offer a variety of programs, including free exercise groups, care partner support groups, speech therapy, and informational and motivational meetings. Some events are in-person while others take place virtually.

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Highland Park High School Ensemble Band

Highland Park High School hosts numerous fundraising events for the Highland Park Band, including BBQ with the Band, Band Together!, and the Band and Blue Out. Active Boosters help defray costs of uniforms, instruments, concerts, marching equipment, band trips, and transportation costs to various band events.

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Come As You Are

Let’s celebrate diversity.

Watermark has partnered with SAGECare in order to create a more inclusive and educated community environment. With more than 7 million LGBTQ+ people projected to be 65 or older within the next decade, we are prepared to provide the utmost quality care and welcome LGBTQ+ seniors with open arms.

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