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A Letter From CEO, Nicole Gann

  Dear Fowler Residents and Families, I am writing to share an important update regarding our community. After much consideration and planning, we have decided that the Administrative Building will be closed soon and will come down later this summer as part of the expansion of our services and facilities. … Read More >

The Winter Storm of 2021 Still Lingers

It has been a little over 6 months since one of the worst winter storms in Texas history swept through state. The record-breaking freeze left many without power, wrecked vehicles and brought absolute devastation to our state. While some Texans were blessed to have their homes and personal property spared, … Read More >

Lyda Hill Philanthropies, Wood Next LLC and Communities Foundation of Texas, granted Juliette Fowler Communities’ funding for Winter Storm URI relief

Lyda Hill Philanthropies, Wood Next LLC and Communities Foundation of Texas, granted Juliette Fowler Communities’ funding for Winter Storm URI relief. The winter storm in February caused devastating loss to many of buildings on the Fowler campus. The $30,000.00 donation will be used to help with the costs of deductibles … Read More >

Moment By Moment

I have walked closely with victims of abuse and neglect at The Ebby House for almost 7 years now. I know deeply that trauma is a slow healing. It’s a slow call to change. A person must recognize and acknowledge the trauma, then want and seek the change. Children and … Read More >

The Resilience of Positive Thoughts

  Recently, on my commute from work, I listened to a powerful recorded conversation between a business entrepreneur and Dr. Tara Swart a Neuroscientist and MD. The conversation centered around neuroplasticity, our ability as humans to form new thought pathways in our brains; meaning we can literally change the way … Read More >

End of Year Message from Nicole

Dear Friend, In 1950, a young girl wrote a Christmas wish list. She longed for a wool skirt in the colors of Woodrow Wilson High School, so that she would look like the other girls in her class. On Christmas morning, she carefully opened her packages wrapped in white and … Read More >

Grown-up Christmas List

This time of year is known for its magical food, family, music, and traditions that bring people together. But this year, I cannot seem to find resonance in words of empty gladness. For many, this holiday season will be quiet, lonely, or layered with anxiety and grief. However, despair will … Read More >


As December 31 approaches, taxpayers are organizing their finances to prepare for filing their income taxes.  This year, Congress passed the CARES Act to provide taxpayers economic relief during the pandemic.  This relief may increase your ability to support church and other charitable causes, helping others through this difficult time. … Read More >

Give Thanks in the Small Joys

Every fall I feel a little melancholy. I do not know why, because autumn is my favorite season. Maybe it’s the nostalgia and the self-reflection that comes with the ending year or the weariness in realizing that another year has come and almost gone. We can all empathize with that … Read More >