Family & Community Health

Family and Community Health (FCH) is part of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System. The Liberty County Extension Service offers practical information for families like nutrition, health and wellness, food safety, family life, consumer education, financial stability, chronic disease education and prevention, safety and injury prevention, housing and emergency management.


Child Care Providers training provides continuing
education to regulated child care providers for Liberty County.





Get your Texas Food Handlers Certification with an
interactive course taught by the FCH agent.





The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service provides Texas
parents Parenting Education with Peace of Mind with a wide variety of research-based information
and resources to assist them in their efforts to raise
healthy children.



Families Reading Every Day (FRED) is a family literacy program designed by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to increase parental involvement in children’s early literacy development.  The program is now offered online, so you can remotely sign in, log your reading time and learn tips on how to increase the literacy involvement with your child.




Mental Health First Aid Program and Mindful Living Education provides individuals with ways to help focus and fully experience the present moment – all by applying nonjudgmental thoughts, feelings, and emotions.  Through this practice, a greater acceptance of oneself and the current situation may be attained, which may positively impact one’s general well-being.



Better Living for Texans is a statewide
nutrition education program for adults and kids
who want to learn how to eat well and save money.
You can make friends and have fun while you
learn about eating healthy foods and saving money!


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