Conroe ISD 

Homeless Program

​You can continue to attend the school in which you were last enrolled, even if you have moved way from that school’s attendance zone or district you can receive transportation
from your current residence back to your school of origin.

​Contact:  Lynda Gowin

Contact:  Christina Ramos


Angel Reach is a faith-based nonprofit organization that helps children and youth between the ages of 16-24 achieve their full potential in spite of the obstacles placed on them by broken families and a broken system.

Contact:  Jean Radach


Willis Parent Support Center

the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offers a diverse array of educational programs, activities, and resources. These range from self-study activities to programs that you can attend. No matter the name, Extension programs are based on objective, research-based, practical information that you can use today.  Listed below are the departments, programs, units, and institutes that make up the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

Contact:  Michael McBride


Educational Outcomes provides trauma-informed education services to Montgomery County residents free of charge.  GED certification and Adult basic education classes as well as online ESL courses.

Contact:  Gary Audas Jr., MEd, MPA


Children's Books on Wheels

New Caney Independent School District is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Houston in East Montgomery County serving residents in the Porter, New Caney, and Kingwood communities. The District houses more than 15,000 students in 10 elementary schools PreK-5, four middle schools grades 6-8, two comprehensive high schools, one early college high school, and one alternative education center grades 1-12. New Caney ISD offers a comprehensive elementary dual language program, exemplary fine arts and athletics programs, extensive advanced academic and dual credit opportunities, a robust career & technical education program, an early college high school, and the largest student Chromebook initiative in Texas (1:1 grades 3-12). The district is committed to “preparing our learning community for the REALITY of tomorrow.”

Contact: 281-577-8600

The Center offers services to parents and families to support them and help ease the stress they may have due to unforeseen circumstances. We strive to offer each family or individual assistance with parenting classes, community information and referrals to other specialized service organizations. We assist with clothing, food, diapers, baby items, personal hygiene products, school supplies, linens, small household appliances and furniture. Support groups, individual support and assistance are offered for those that need assistance. Everything in the Center is offered at no cost. We strive to make each person that visits feel respected, safe and loved.

Contact: 936-856-5691

Roark Early Education Center
606 N. Campbell
Willis, Texas 77378

Our goal is to provide educational and community resources to the diverse population that we serve. CBOW is located at the Sleepy Hollow Multipurpose Building, in a rural part of Montgomery County, Texas, in the Tamina community, east of the Woodlands, a low income community.


Sleepy Hollow

Multipurpose Building
Conroe, TX 77385

Contact: (281) 844-7596

Education Services

Back to School

CAC provides assistance to students in all six ISD’s in Montgomery County with school supplies, backpacks, clothing, shoes, and new packages of socks and undies.  CAC staff coordinates with the school counselors who identify and issue vouchers to parents of children in need of assistance.  The parents then bring their vouchers to CAC at the designated times to redeem for back to school items that allow children to start the school year off with the items they need.

Contact:  936-539.1096

Appointments:  936.539.9211

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