Willis Parent Support Center

Approximately 200 people each day come through the doors of the Willis Parent Support Center seeking assistance and a safe place.  The center is serving both homeless and poor.  
Founded 14 years ago by the Willis Independent School District, today the program is supported by Willis ISD, donations from local schools and churches, volunteers, and a grant from Philip Morris Tobaccos Free Grant with a goal of helping families in need.
Mission Statement
Willis Parent Support Center
To work together with the community to reduce the risk factors that create substance abuse, delinquency, teen pregnancy, school dropouts, and violence.



Parent Support Center 

Support Groups

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Madres Hispanas
(Providing education, social sanctuary, ESL, nutrition and gardening classes, computer skills, online GED.)
Just for Us
(Support group for families of children with special needs; connecting to services; etc.)
Resource Library
Career Development Center
Brown Bag Lunch Parenting Classes
Free clothes closet
Referrals to other resources


WCPC lends a hand a few times a year when help is needed for this center.  
Support can include organizing the library to providing breakfast for the kids during the summer.
Ingrid Fowler


Michele Stelter, Mission Outreach Facilitator at mstelter@wcpc-tx.org or 281-363-2040, Ext. 7