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    If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide or experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis, 988 provides 24/7 connection to confidential support. There is Hope.

    Just call or text 988 or chat at 988lifeline.org


    Mental Health Resources


    The Department of Guidance and Counseling is committed to providing a wealth of information and resources for the parents and students of Alvin ISD. Our students' social, emotional, and mental well-being is of the utmost importance. Each month, the With Kids In Mind newsletter will contain information and tips to help you educate and spark conversations with your child(ren) about the importance of social emotional learning and mental health/wellness.

    Click  HERE to read the newsletter or to share it with someone!


    Alvin ISD Mental Health Resource List

    Alvin ISD Community Resource List




    24-Hour Crisis Response Hotline – Gulf Coast Center- Galveston/Brazoria Co.


    Suicide and Crisis Lifeline                                                                                                                                                              
    Call or Text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org


    24/7 Crisis TEXT line
    Text “HOME” to 741741


    Dating Abuse Love is Respect

    1-866-331-9474 or TEXT LOVEIS to 22522


    National Center for Victims of Crime



    Other Resources


    NAMI Gulf Coast - Mental Health Resource and Crisis Manual


    The National Child Traumatic Stress Network - NCTSN Get Help Now


    Texas Health and Human Services - Family-Based Support Programs


    Texas Health and Human Services - Family Violence Program


    Community Resource Coordination Groups - CRCGs


    Help for Crime Victims - Direct Services for Crime Victims/ List of Helplines


    Texas School Safety Center - A Parent's Guide to School Safety Toolkit


    Love is Respect - Resources and Information about Healthy and Safe Relationships


    Texas Youth Helpline -  Call or text 1-800-98-YOUTH (6884) Chat@TexasYouth.org

    The Texas Youth Helpline is available 24/7 for parents and children to talk about what they need in times of stress, depression and crisis. If the situation is life-threatening, don't wait: Call 9-1-1.

    You don't need a parent to make the call. Parents can make the call with their child.


    Texas Parenting Helpline - 833-680-0611

    When you need answers to parenting questions or even something more.

    The team stands by 24/7 to help you with any parenting challenge, big or small.

    Provide free information and referrals to counseling and thousands of other local services in communities across Texas

    We can help brainstorm solutions and, if needed, connect you with resources that can help you take the next step.

    Most referrals are too low or no-cost services in your local Texas community.