The Spring Branch Family Development Center exists to enhance the well-being and development of the families of Spring Branch through a multi-agency collaboration that provides educational, recreational, health and social services.



SBFDC Receives Community Leadership Award for Family Services

The SBFDC is honored to be a 2016 recipient of the Texas Governor’s Volunteer Award.  We are grateful for the long-time support and service of our collaborating agencies, volunteers, and supporters which helped make this recognition possible.


Pictured are: (Top) – Linda Buchman (SBISD), Ricardo Barnes (SBFDC Executive Director), Council Member Brenda Stardig (District A)

(Bottom) – Martin Mayo (SBFDC Board Member), Governor Greg Abbott, Jane Barnes

Find out more about the award by clicking here.

Take a look at our Annual Report and video to see a summary of the many services offered to the community in the areas of Education, Recreation, Health and Social Services!

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    The City of Houston has provided a helpful guide as communities recover after Harvey. Please refer to it as a place to find relevant information. – Harvey Resource Guide in English – Iniciativas de Ayuda por el Huracán Harvey en Español    

  • Supporting Families Post-Harvey

    The families in SBFDC’s immediate area avoided flooding during Harvey, but the majority were impacted by the inability to earn wages for up to two weeks. We are grateful for the partnership of Memorial Drive United Methodist Church who is providing 500 hot meals at SBFDC each day this week. On

  • Back-to-School Health Fair 2017: Vaccines – 1100 Children Served

    The SBFDC’s motivation to host the Health Fair is to ensure that school-aged children have their immunizations up-to-date to be healthy and able to attend school on the first day. As we know, school absences can result in unfilled classrooms, less funding for schools and kids missing out on educational time.