We Starts With Me.
The dWELLing provides an open safe space for worship, education, activities and events to support and unite the needs of our community. It is our goal that ALL will come here to play, learn and rest. By offering this, it is our hope that youth, families and adults are empowered to live and maintain happy, healthy lives.
WE starts with ME
WE wish to be WELL
The root of all wellness begins with renewing the mind. We are only capable of that which we can imagine ourselves to be capable of.
Our services will include full-spectrum counseling, parenting classes, financial education, and group support.
Our bodies are the outward evidence of wellness, as good health depends on a well-tuned body.
Our physical condition will either add or subtract from our mental and spiritual wellbeing, and we believe we have the power to direct ourselves towards wellness and wholeness through the choices we make daily. We will offer a variety of nutrition and physical fitness classes, as well as cooking classes from the yield of the community garden.
One can spend a lifetime perfecting body and mind and still feel poor in spirit. We believe our spirits thrive from living in community and in giving back from the wealth of our gifts and talents.
We want to hear from you!
What are your wishes for the wellness of our community?
Do you have a talent or passion to share?
Meet Hope, Mary, and Katie, a Licensed Professional Counselor, Physician Assistant, and Certified Yoga Teacher who offer round table conversations about issues that affect women's mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical health. Join us as we tackle the highs and lows that come with being a modern woman.
Liberty, TX is the third oldest town in Texas, founded in 1831 on the banks of the Trinity River. It’s a quiet country town, proximate to the cultural hub of Houston, nestled amongst ancient live oaks, grandiose magnolias, endless camellias, and all the beautiful plumage of Southeast Texas.
Liberty’s greatest asset is our people: Hearts are the size of Texas around here. This was fully evident after Hurricane Harvey, when the community pulled together to support one another. We consider our community our extended family, and fostering healthy relationships is our priority.
During the 1980s oil boom, Liberty was a thriving city with all the usual entertainment: a roller rink, a drive-in, movie theater. All of this is gone. Young people are searching for something to do, older folks need a place to be involved and engaged, and the community needs a place to commune, create, and be well, together.