Hot lunch is served for our residents:
Every Tuesday Noon to 1pm Hosted by Maxie and Friends.
Every Thursday 11:30 to 12:30 Hosted by 1st United Methodist Church.
Every 3rd Saturday 1 to 3pm Hosted by Rivers at Running Water.
Hot Breakfast is served:
Every 3rd Saturday 9 to 11am Hosted by Liberty Christian Center.
Every 4th Saturday 9 to 11am Hosted by Maxie and friends.
Purpose : Adult education and literacy programs provide English language, math, reading, and writing instruction to help students acquire the skills needed to suceed in the workforce, earn a high school equivalency, or enter college or career training.
Population Served: Individuals must be at least 16 years of age and not enrolled or required to be enrolled in secondary school under State law. Additionally, they must meet at least one of the following criteria: (1) be basic skills deficient; (2) not have a high school diploma or its equivalent; or (3) be an English language learner.
For more information about this program contact the Literacy Lab at 254-200-2016.
We are grateful to the men and women who not only protect our city but also support our programs. We can never give enough thanks.
When a resident doesn't know who can help Ms. Janice Taylor, KHA's Resident Service Coordinator should always be the first stop. She is able assist with filling out forms. Providing referrals to outside agencies or advise on which agency would best suit your needs.
Financial planning, GED prep, parenting and many more classes that are geared toward enhancing adult experiences.
Our summer feeding program is currently being hosted at the Moss Rose Community Center. Breakfast is served from 8 to 9 and lunch is served from 12 to 1, Monday thru Friday. Our Summer Feeding Program is open to KISD students 18 years of age or younger.
Please visit our calendar for additional meals.
Our partnership with local law enforcement and our City Council allows us to bring great programs to our community.
Please see our calendar for upcoming events.
Our Computer Lab is open for the summer to our children. It is located at our Moss Rose Community Center. Computer Lab is open: Monday Thru Thursday 9 to 5 and Fridays From 9 to 1. Google Boxes have been added.
Having an event and need a place to host it? Our Community Center is available with plenty of room for all your event needs. For rates or more information contact our Resident Service Coordinator Janice Taylor at (254) 394-4653
Please visit their website for upcoming meetings and events at www.lulac4297.org or look them up on Facebook.
Aware Central Texas is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse/neglect and family violence in Central Texas!
To assist troubled children, youth and families toward development of their full potential through provision of quality community-based services. Provides services to runaways, homeless and troubled youth and their families throughout Central Texas. www.centraltexasyouthservices.com
Build Children Instead of Repairing Men and Women
SBRCA mission is to provide sustainable and measurable educational and musical programs dedicated to the preservation of the cultural richness of the Africans within the Diaspora, West Indies and Africans abroad.The programs are geared towards reducing negative influences and teaching youth to take responsibility for their actions. http://sbrca.org
Heart of Texas Goodwill Learning Centers are open to anyone in the public who wants assistance. Each center has trained, qualified staff available to help individuals find employment, upgrade their skills, and prepare for success in the workplace.
Killeen Learning Center
4004 E. Stan Schlueter, Killeen, TX
Hours: Mon – Fri 9am – 5:30pm
718 N. 2nd Street, Suite B
Killeen, Texas 76541
Phone: (254) 519-3360
Fax: (254) 519-3366
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.,
Monday - Friday
Workforce Solutions of Central Texas components are designed to promote the delivery of programs and services to meet the needs of business, industry, and workers. These services are designed to place Texans in jobs and to equip those workers with the skills needed to foster economic development. We work with employers, employees, and the general public to achieve these goals. http://invisibleworkers.org
All CTC adult education GED preparation classes and services are offered free of charge. We do not charge tuition or fees, and all necessary materials are provided for you.
Contact the Central Texas College Adult Education Department at (254) 526-1120.
Our MISSION is to gather gently used furniture and provide it to those in need free of charge as referred to us by our Collaborating Partner Agencies. KHA residents must request a referral from the Resident Services Coordinator, call 254-394-4653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.