Mental Health Resources
The mental wellness journey starts with good information to help develop health mental habits, reduce mental health stigma and identify mental health early warning signs. Here are some resources to help in times of crisis and to provide mental health education and tools.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.
Trained counselors are committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness.
Lifeline ofrece 24/7, gratuito servicios en español, no es necesario hablar ingles si usted necesita ayuda.
The Trevor Project provides counseling, information and support to LGBTQ young people 24/7. If you are thinking about harming yourself – get immediate, free, confidential support 24/7, 365 days a year by calling (866) 488-7386 or texting START to 678-678 or clicking here to chat. If you are in a medical emergency or suicidal crisis and you cannot connect, please call 911.
The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with Veterans Affairs or enrolled in VA health care. If you’re a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, there are caring, qualified VA responders standing by to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Texoma Community Center (TCC) provides an wide variety of adult, child and adolescent mental health and substance use disorder treatment services to Fannin County resdients. Click here for a referral form. 24 hour crisis line: (877) 277-2226 or dial 911.
Thrive is a comprehensive strategy developed by Grant Halliburton Foundation for mental, social, and emotional health in schools. Thrive is active in several Fannin County schools at low or no cost to the schools. Use the Contact Us form to learn more about enrolling your school in Thrive. The foundation also has excellent resources to support better mental health for children, teens and young adults, and it has brought the innovative Hope Squad program to Fannin County Schools.
Hope Squad was developed in the Provo, UT, school system with a goal of reducing youth suicide through education, training, and peer intervention. The Hope Squad program is a school-based peer support team that partners with local mental health agencies. Hope Squad is currently active in several Fannin County school districts. Contact Us to learn more about starting a Hope Squad program in your school.
TCHATT is a school-based tele-counseling program offered by Children’s Hospital that is available free to children in most Fannin County schools. To find out if your child’s school is paricipating in TCHATT, call the school counselor or call Children’s at (844) 856-6926. Use the Contact Us form to learn more about enrolling your school.
The University of Texas Southwest Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care offers the Youth Aware of Mental Health (YAM) program. YAM is an interactive program for adolescents designed to improve knowledge about mental health and promote the development of problem solving skills. The program is available to Fannin County schools at a minimal cost. Use the Contact Us form to learn more.