The Letot Girls Center was created to provide short-term treatment and shelter for girls who have been abused. The 96-bed, 55,000 square foot residential treatment center opened in spring 2015. With project funding from private donations, the facility will be operated by the Dallas County Juvenile Department. The exterior was designed to provide security and privacy to residents, while the interior offers natural light throughout the building. Activity areas accommodate enrichment programs for the girls, including nutrition and culinary arts, food safety and handling, garden and
horticulture therapy, and computer training.