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101 Main Street
Humble, TX 77338
(281) 446-2615

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Email: FamilyTime

24-hour Crisis Helpline
(281) 446-2615

Police & Ambulance




Humble Police Dept.
(281) 446-7127

Harris County Sheriffs Dept.
(713) 221-6000

Montgomery County Sheriffs Dept.
(409) 760-5800

Houston Police Department
(713) 222-3131




Northeast Medical Center
(281) 540-7700

Northeast Emergency Room
(281) 540-7999

Kingwood Medical Center




FamilyTime needs help in many ways, including financial assistance and volunteer work.

If you would like to volunteer or make a financial contribution, please contact FamilyTime at (281) 446-2615 for more information.




FamilyTime Thrift Store
23874 Loop 494
Porter, TX 77365
(281) 354-5590

Monday - Friday
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

In-kind contributions such as clothing, household items, linens, and children's toys are gladly accepted at the FamilyTime Thrift Store.

All donations made to FamilyTime are tax-deductible.

Services offered at no cost to victim
24-hour telephone crisis intervention.
24 hour-a-day emergency shelter for victims of family violence.
Advocacy and accompaniment to assist the victim through hospital, police and court proceedings.
Free individual and group counseling (support and therapy) for victims of family and/or sexual violence and their families. Call for dates and times.
Assistance in obtaining needed services for victims including legal, medical transportation, housing, employment services, etc.
Public education and professional training on sexual assault and family violence issues.
Assistance in filling out Crime Victims Compensation forms.
  What do you do if family violence is a problem?
1. Collect important papers (or copies); birth certificates, social security cards and drivers license.
2. Get a copy of your car key.
3. Pack basic clothing for yourself and your children.
4. Leave papers and necessities with a neighbor or in another safe place.
5. Seek Counseling. Discuss feelings with friends, family, clergy or community counselor.