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Serving abused, neglected, and at-risk youth, as well as their families, by providing for their physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and educational needs.
My Friend's House was selected as the recipient of the Predators Foundation and Smile Direct Club Foundation super grant.
My Friend’s House began its work on behalf of at-risk youth in 1982. As a nonprofit community-based organization we have sought to meet the service/support needs of the youth of our Williamson County communities and referrals from
Our mission is to serve neglected, abused, or at-risk boys,
My Friend’s House is a group-care facility offering temporary, short-term residential support for typically eight at-risk male youth
What I like about My Friend’s House is that staff cooks and takes care of me. I like when groups come to spend time and play games with us. This is the best group home ever.-Zeke, 12
My parents have told me that they see a change in me, that I have accomplished with the help of My Friend’s House over the past seven months.-Ethan, 16
We talked about why it was right to own up to our mistakes and how in doing that, you grow into a man. I learned a lot spiritually and a lot clicked with my life situation. I’m very thankful for Mr. Kiley and the opportunity to be at My Friend’s House.-Bryce, 17
Mardi Gras Ball
Mardi Gras Ball & Krewe Party jointly are our biggest fundraisers of the year and we are grateful for all that attended participated or contributed toward the event every year!More Details