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United Way of Greater Houston Waller County Center provides a convenient, central location for those in the Waller County community to access health and human services. In addition, the United Way of Greater Houston Waller County Center offers conference rooms and meeting space for community organizations and on-site computers for employment searches.

  • Location

    531 FM 359 S
    Brookshire TX 77423

  • Connect With Us

    By phone:

    (281) 822-4200

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  • Services at the Waller County Center

    Emergency Assistance
    Counseling Services
    Health Services
    Legal Services
    Seniors Services
    Skills For Self-Sufficiency
    Transportation Services
    Veteran’s Services
    Youth Services

  • Conference Center

    The United Way Waller County Conference Center is available for classes, trainings, board meetings, and special programs to qualified nonprofit and community organizations. Free meeting space is offered during regular United Way business hours and a modest security fee covers weekend usage.

    United Way of Greater Houston’s Conference Center’s policies are to provide 501(c)3 organizations priority usage who are aligned with our agency mission to serve clients within our community. These organizations include direct health and human services, educational institutions, and governmental entities. Nonprofit organizations must provide a 501(c)3 tax-exempt status letter and current liability insurance.

    Conference Center Hours:

    Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

    Tuesday/Thursday: 8:00am – 8:00pm

    Saturday and Sunday: Available upon request. Additional fees will apply.

  • Nonprofit Networks

    United Way Waller County Center hosts network meetings that bring together a wide variety of audiences to address community needs and identify resources to address those needs. These networks include:

    Western Networking Alliance

    The Western Networking Alliance is a network of nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and faith-based groups providing social services in Waller County and the surrounding areas. The group meets from 9:00-10:30 a.m. on the third Friday of scheduled months. Meetings are currently being held via telecommunication and in person. If you would like to receive notifications for future meetings or more information, please contact Bobbie Wilson at bwilson@unitedwayhouston.org or call 281-822-4200.

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  • Upcoming Events

United Way Funded Partners & Other Nonprofit Partners in Waller County


211 Texas/United Way HELPLINE
211 or (281) 822-4200
531 FM 359 South,
Brookshire, Texas 77423
211 Texas/United Way HELPLINE is an information and referral service with a free confidential helpline operated by the United Way of Greater Houston 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Trained HELPLINE specialists connect those in need with critical social services. United Way of Greater Houston – Waller County has a trained specialist on-site during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

(281) 822-4235
533 FM 359 South
P.O. Box 1207
Brookshire, TX 77423
AccessHealth provides comprehensive primary health care for adults and children. Services include pediatric care, adult care, women’s services, behavioral health, SBIRT, medical case management, and WIC Nutrition Services. On-site lab, pharmacy, and immunizations are also available. Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP, Marketplace Insurance, private insurance, and uninsured patients.

WIC Program
(281) 822-4242
The WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Nutrition Program) program provides supplemental foods, nutrition education, breastfeeding assistance, and health care referrals to low-income families in the community. Services are available at the Brookshire office, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 8:00 am-5:30 pm.

Brookshire-Pattison Food Pantry
(281) 822-4200
531 FM 359 South
P.O. Box 191
Brookshire, TX 77423
Brookshire-Pattison Food Pantry provides emergency food assistance for families or individuals needing assistance in the Royal I.S.D. area.

AVDA – Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse
(713) 224-9911
531 FM 359 South
Brookshire, TX 77423
AVDA’s Rural Civil Legal Services Program creates a legal satellite program to offer civil legal services to victims of domestic abuse in Waller, Washington, Grimes, and Austin Counties, utilizing an attorney/paralegal team. It operates on a circuit service delivery model and focuses on providing trauma-informed supportive legal advocacy and representation to domestic violence survivors with Basic Civil Legal Services (125% above federal poverty) eligible family law cases having jurisdiction in the four identified counties.

Career and Recovery Resources
Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
(832) 563-6756
531 FM 359 South
Brookshire, TX 77423

925 5th Street
Hempstead, TX 77445
Career and Recovery Resources offers outpatient, adult (men and women) drug and alcohol treatment services four days a week in Waller County, Tuesday, and Thursday at the Brookshire location, and Monday and Wednesday at the Hempstead location.

DePelchin Children’s Center
FAYS (Family and Youth Success) Program
(281) 261-1341 or (713) 664-3459
531 FM 359 South
Brookshire, TX 77423
DePelchin’s FAYS (Family and Youth Success) Program offers counseling services to youth, ages 3 – 17, and their families in Waller, Fort Bend, and Harris Counties. The FAYS Program provides office-based counseling for youth experiencing issues related to school performance and family conflict, and a variety of other concerns related to depression, anxiety, grief, anger management, and social skills. FAYS services are offered in English and Spanish and are FREE to all families.

Parenting Help
(713) 802-7777 or 888-507-6681
DePelchin’s Parenting Help Program provides a one-on-one, home-based program for parents and caregivers to look at why children misbehave, how to get children to behave, what to do when children misbehave, and how to parent positively in real-world, everyday situations. Parenting Help is open to parents with a child ages 0-5 in the home in Waller County. Child must be demonstrating behavior issues that may include signs of aggression, getting in trouble at school, or other behavior problems that create concern or cause a parent to feel overwhelmed. Parenting Help services are offered in English and Spanish and are FREE to all families.

Family Houston
531 FM 359 South
Brookshire, TX 77423
Family Houston provides professional counseling to help adults, children, and families cope with depression, anxiety, grief, family or marital conflict, substance abuse, and work-related stress. Case management, employment, and financial stability services are free of charge and available in English and Spanish.

Family Ties, Family Resource Services
2114 Field Store Rd.
Waller, TX 77484
Family Ties strives to provide a safe place where child and adult victims, and their families, can overcome the traumas associated with physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. The agency seeks to provide tools for families and communities in building equity and stability through healthy relationships.

Focusing Families
979-826-0000 24 hr. local Hotline
910 9th Street
Hempstead, TX 77445
Focusing Families Crisis Center is committed to strengthening individuals, families, and communities through education, prevention, and intervention to eliminate Family Violence, Sexual Assault, and other crisis issues.

Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels
Waller County
(800) 643-9654
(281) 633-7049
531 FM 359 South
Brookshire, TX 77423
Fort Bend Seniors provides home-delivered meals and congregate meals for senior citizens 60 years and older. Services also include case management and information and referral, with programs available at nine senior center sites in Fort Bend and Waller counties, and transportation provided to and from senior centers.

Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
(281) 822-4250
531 FM 359 South,
Brookshire, TX 77423
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council is a community-based organization with nearly 58,000 girl members and 16,000 adult members. Membership is open to all girls in kindergarten through 12th grade and provides leadership programs including science and technology, business and economic literacy, visual arts, and outdoor and environmental awareness.

Lone Star Legal Aid
(936) 539-2130 or (888) 595-8969
412 West Lewis Street,
Conroe, TX 77301
Lone Star Legal Aid offers a broad scope of civil law services to low-income residents in six counties. Areas of service include consumer, discrimination, education, health care, government benefits, income assistance, housing and homeownership, family law, employment, neighborhood problems, and wills/ estates. The Conroe branch office serves Montgomery, Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity, Walker, and Waller counties.

Royal ISD Birls & Girls Club
(281) 934-3184
2500 Durkin Road,
Brookshire, TX 77423
Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston educates and empowers thousands of low-income youth in ways that positively impact their lives and improve their chances of achieving and sustaining academic and economic success. The club provides youth a safe and positive place to go after school and during the summer.

RSVP of Southeast Texas
(281) 822-4209
531 FM 359 South,
Brookshire, TX 77423
RSVP is a national service program that engages adults 55 and older in serving their communities through volunteering. RSVP matches volunteers with service opportunities at partner nonprofit organizations. Volunteer opportunities provide support to children, families, and the elderly and disabled through healthy future, Medicare and senior fraud education, and disaster services. Participants receive free placement, volunteer supplemental insurance, and recognition benefits.

Workfaith Connection
4555 Dacoma
Houston, TX 77092
The Workfaith Connection Job Search Accelerator program is an online class designed to jump-start job readiness preparation. The program offers training in the application and interviewing process, needed to achieve long-term success. Skills covered in the training include developing a 10-year work history, defining work and non-work, application basics, technical skills, soft skills, selecting a job focus, explaining employment gaps, and writing robust job descriptions.

YMCA of Greater Houston
(281) 665-1213
1350 Main Street
Katy, TX 77494
The YMCA provides programs that promote youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Programming includes after-school programs, health and wellness, swim lessons, youth sports, teen leadership, summer day camps, and activities for older adults.