Williamson County Service Center

Captains Andy & Amy Kelly, Rhonda D. Franklin-Romar, Jamille Ruebsahm and Laura Spradlin

Captains Andy & Amy Kelly, Rhonda D. Franklin-Romar, Jamille Ruebsahm and Laura Spradlin at the Williamson County Service Center Ribbon Cutting on Thursday, August 18, 2016  of the new office in Georgetown for the Service Center

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 78628

Click HERE for information on the Taylor Service Unit

For your convenience, here is a list of items not accepted:

  • Baby cribs
  • Batteries
  • Building materials
  • Built-in appliances
  • Car parts
  • Car seats
  • Central A/C’s & Furnaces
  • Dishwashers
  • File cabinets
  • Furniture with rips, tears or stains
  • Homemade furniture
  • Hospital beds
  • Hot water heaters
  • Large copy machines (We do take Desktop copiers)
  • Large unframed mirrors
  • Magazines
  • Medical equipment (We do take wheelchairs and crutches)
  • Metal bed srpings
  • Metal desks
  • Metal Futon frames
  • Metal shelves
  • Modular office furniture
  • NO DESKS **Roll top and child’s acceptable**
  • Office desks
  • Office dividers
  • Paint containers
  • Perishable food
  • Pianos
  • Plastic swimming pools
  • Pool tables
  • Sand boxes
  • Sofas with rips, missing cushions, legs, backs or arms
  • Stained or torn mattresses/box springs
  • Store fixtures (shelves, display racks)
  • Strollers
  • Swingsets
  • Televisions older than 10 years
  • Textbooks
  • Tires no on rims
  • Trundle bed
  • Venetian or mini blinds
  • Waterbed frames
  • Waterbeds
  • Window coverings
  • Wooden dog kennels (we pick up clean plastic dog igloos and pet carriers)

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 Williamson County Giving Back 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.