Williamson County Service Center

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The Williamson County Service Center opened in 2014 to serve our neighbors in need. When someone walks into our doors, we work to identify their most immediate needs and help them. Our goal is to prevent homelessness by assisting families in the first stages of financial crisis, helping them to pay rent and utilities and become self-sufficient again.  We also support the community with a food pantry, clothing closet, kids’ summer camp, a nursing home ministry and a community outreach to a disadvantaged neighborhood.

We collaborate with other agencies (see below) in the area to ensure that we are not duplicating services. We work together to help neighbors in need receive the help they are seeking.

We are working with a growing list of agencies, including The Caring Place, St. Vincent De Paul, The Round Rock Area Serving Center, Operation Liberty Hill, local school districts and a number of churches.

Laura Spradlin is the service center director. Clients are seen on a referral basis from other local agencies. For questions please call the Service Center at 512-943-8421.

1930 S. Austin Avenue, Suite 101
Georgetown, TX 78626

Joyce’s Story: Learn how the Williamson County Service Center helped Joyce by providing rental assistance and an opportunity for her son to go to Salvation Army camp.

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How you Can Help us Do The Most Good in Your Community

Donate to your community now to help us help more people in need in Williamson County. Get involved with our annual Wilco Gives event.

Volunteer with us at our Quail Valley events, by ringing a bell at a red kettle during the holidays, or by joining our emergency disaster services team.

Schedule Laura Spradlin or Jan Gunter to speak to your organization, business or church. Contact Laura at 512-943-8421 or Laura.Spradlin@uss.salvationarmy.org, and Jan at 512-634-5910 or Jan.Gunter@uss.salvationarmy.org.

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Wilco Gives 2018

Save The Date for this year’s fourth annual Wilco Gives dinner and dance benefiting The Salvation Army Williamson County Service Center on Thursday, September 27, 2018, once again at Reunion Ranch.

This evening of fun and fund-raising will feature entertainment by The Debonaires, emcee Toddy Jeffries of KLBJ 590AM, a silent auction and highlights of how we are keeping families together and preventing homelessness in Williamson County. 

Laura Spradlin, Captain Kettle & Rhonda Douglas - Wilco Gives 2017
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Major Amy Kelly, Captain Kettle & Major Andrew Kelly - Wilco Gives 2017
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