Family & Community Health

Family and Community Health (FCH) is part of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, Texas A&M System. AgriLife Extension offers practical information for families: raising children, housing and environment, eating well, managing money, and staying healthy. Topics the Waller County FCH Agent frequently deals with include Certified Food Management, Food Handlers, Childcare Conferences, Food and Nutrition, and many others.

The FCH program in Waller County strives to address nutrition and wellness issues through classroom presentations, lectures, brochures, handouts, website education, specially designed programs, hands-on activities, and one-on-one contact.

Visit the state website to access even more great resources.

County Resources 

Visit the Waller County Government website for latest news and contact information for many county offices.  Please contact Sheriff”s Office and Animal Control regarding strayed livestock and small animals. 979-826-8282

Preserve Waller County and our world.  Waller County Recycling Center provides information about: hours of operation, accepted items and contact information.

Family & Community Health Resource Links

Texas AgriLife Family and Community Health is committed to offering practical information for families: raising children, housing and environment, eating well, managing money, and staying healthy.  Find a compendium of information, relevant publications, and community programs offered through Texas AgriLife Extension.

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services is a state agency with the mission of Protecting children, the elderly, and people with disabilities
from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Find statutes for living and business, contact information for reporting purposes, also find helpful resources regarding care facilities.  

Texas Department of State Health Services  A state agency with the mission to improve health and well-being in Texas.  Find public birth, death, marriage and divorce records, information regarding disease prevention, health services information, and disaster preparedness and recovery materials.

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