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Meadows at Cypress Creek Apartments

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Meadows at Cypress Creek

Welcome to Education Based Housing at Meadows at Cypress Creek! Our goal is to work with residents to provide services tailored to the Meadows at Cypress Creek community.


Programs & Services

Arts & Crafts

Arts and Crafts Classes are a fun way to promote creativity in Kids. Through using their hands to form objects, this type of instruction allows children to bring their thoughts and ideas into reality. (Provided Bi-Monthly)

Exercise Classes

Group exercise classes are a great way to offer social inclusion opportunities, health benefits, and phycological support. (Provided Weekly)

Financial Planning Courses

Creating a financial plan helps you see the big picture and set long and short-term life goals, a crucial step in mapping out your financial future. (Provided Quarterly)      

Health & Nutritional Courses

Most people know proper nutrition and physical activity can help maintain a healthy weight. But the benefits of good nutrition go beyond weight. Appropriate health and nutrition goals can help improve your well-being. (Provided Quarterly)

On-Site Social Events 

Many people enjoy a life of concerts and bar-hopping, but some of us prefer to stay indoors. Our tasks and plans are all we need, but getting out and seeing new people, places, and things can make us healthier. (Provided Bi-Monthly)

Character Building Program

Character education enables youth and adults to understand, care about, and acts on core ethical values such as respect, justice, civic virtue and citizenship, and responsibility for self and others. (Provided Weekly)

Annual Health Fair

The goal is to help residents be healthier by seeking to engage them in conversation about common health issues and concerns.

Notary Public Services (Available to residents during regular business hours)
 

  • The Bookworm Bus is a state-of-the-art mobile library with a grassroots approach to visiting communities throughout Waller and surrounding counties. Barriers created by poverty, limited opportunities, limited English, and lack of transportation are alleviated by taking library programs, resources, and services directly to neighborhoods and schools. Committed to delivering books, fun, and fellowship, our routes travel the rural farm roads of Brookshire, Pattison, and Hempstead, Texas, and beyond. We continue to develop reading programs, storytime and reading scavenger hunts, and creative activities for all reading levels. The bus is a beacon of hope in building tomorrow’s readers.

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