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Mental Health Resources for Adults
Need someone to talk to?
|WHO CAN HELP||CALL||TEXT|
|988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline||988||988|
|Fort Bend Crisis Hotline||1-800-633-5686|
|FBISD Talkline||281-240-8255||Text SPEAK to 741741|
|Fort Bend Women’s Center Crisis Hotline||281-342-HELP (4357)|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||1-800-273-8255|
|The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD||713-970-7000|
|Crisis Intervention Hotline of Houston||832-416-1177|
|Disaster Distress Hotline||1-800-985-5990||Txt 66746 to connect with a LCSW|
|LGBTQIA+ Switchboard Houston||713-529-3211|
|United Way of Greater Houston Helpline||713-957-4357|
|Houston Area Women’s Center Domestic Violence Hotline||713-528-2121|
|Houston Area Women’s Center Rape Hotline||713-528-7273|
|Texana Fort Bend Crisis Hotline||1-800-633-5686|
|NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness||1-800-950-NAMI||
Text "NAMI" to 741741
Fort Bend Hope
Fort Bend Hope offers a wide variety of educational programs aimed at breaking the cycle of generational poverty. A few examples include:
- English as a Second Language (ESL) for Adults
- After School Program for students 1st-6th Grade
- Citizenship Course
- GED Classes
- ESL Conversation Circle
- Spanish Class
To learn more about Fort Bend Hope and see their educational programs, visit www.fortbendhope.org.
Hope for Fort Bend Clubhouse
The clubhouse is a psychosocial program, involved in the community where individuals living with mental health conditions are empowered to gain confidence and independence. The three (3) core areas of focus include independence, community and health & wellness. For more information, visit www.hopefortbendclubhouse.org.
Fort Bend Independent School District's Whole Child Health Supports Program
A list of FBISD's mental health resources available at all of their campuses. These resources for parents include counseling, grief management and social and emotional learning. Visit FBISD's website for more information.
NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI provides support groups, a video resource library, mental health education classes and other resources. For support, education and advocacy information in the greater Houston area, call 713-970-4483 or 713-970-4481 para español.
Visit www.NAMI.org or the local affiliate website www.namigreaterhouston.org to explore.
Texana Behavioral Healthcare Clinics
Texana Center’s mission is to deliver life changing services to people with behavioral health issues and intellectual and developmental disabilities. They offer a wide array of services that help to improve the lives of many Texans by providing care, skills training and support for all kinds of behavioral challenges; including mental illness, intellectual disabilities and autism.
- How they can help (list of their services)
- Area locations:
Regional and State Resources
Fort Bend County Behavioral Health Services
A list of mental health resources from Fort Bend County. These include the juvenile diversion projects, recovery and integration, crisis intervention team, and more. For a complete list and how to access these resources, visit www.fortbendcountytx.gov.
Rosenberg Housing Authority
The Rosenberg Housing Authority assists very low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market. Visit www.rosenbergha.org for more information.
Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)
The DSHS provide a wide range of mental health resources. These include crisis services, mental health, substance abuse, and more. Visit www.dshs.texas.gov to see a list of available resources.