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!

Upcoming Events (For complete list visit the Calendar)

Latest News

  • Fall Fiesta Serves 300+

    At the 2nd Annual Fall Fiesta, SBFDC and our on-site partners engaged and educated families about the many services that they can utilize to support their stability and growth. All agencies answered questions, scheduled appointments, and shared information about their programs to new and returning families.   Volunteers used their passion

  • Fall Fiesta – Sat., Oct. 28: Don’t Miss It!

    Get ready for family fun on Saturday, October 28th, from 9am-11am! There will be games and activities for kids. Fall Fiesta is a great opportunity to learn more about programs and services at SBFDC. Interested in volunteering? Please contact Laura at  

  • Largest Vaccine Event in Houston: 2017 Health Fair @ SBFDC

    2017 Health Fair $530,000 worth of services! Providing over half a million dollars worth of services in 4 hours, SBFDC’s Health Fair was Houston’s largest back-to-school vaccine event! By the numbers: 1,110 children received immunizations 2,000 # of children who received backpacks & school supplies 75+% in attendance from SBISD Served 4,000+ in less