Campus Counseling Services
Mental Health Resources
You aren’t alone – support is out there. Text HOME to 741741 to reach a trained Crisis Counselor.
Mental Health America: “It is easy for parents to identify their child’s physical needs: nutritious food, warm clothes when it’s cold, bedtime at a reasonable hour. However, a child’s mental and emotional needs may not be as obvious. Good mental health allows children to think clearly, develop socially and learn new skills. Additionally, good friends and encouraging words from adults are all important for helping children develop self confidence, high self-esteem, and a healthy emotional outlook on life.” See MHA’s collection of resources for helping your child with bullying, depression, mental and emotional development, cope with loss, relieve anxiety, and more.
Spindletop Center: 409-839-1000
Toll-Free Crisis Hotline: 800-937-8097
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
2-1-1 Local Resource Service: 2-1-1
Learn more about specific mental health conditions and children from Mental Health America