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Mental Health Resources

Today for tomorrow

Concerned about how you have been feeling? Mental Health America provides a confidential mental health test by clicking here   

In circumstances of crisis after hours, please contact 911 or the following helplines:

  • Suicide and Crisis Line- Call or Text 988
  • Texas Youth Helpline - Visit or call 1-800-989-6844, text us at 512-872-5777.
  • Trained volunteers are ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will listen to your problem, help you develop a solution.
    • For example, I ran away from home. Where can I find help? What should I do if my child does not come home
  • National Textline - Text CONNECT to 741741
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1.800.273.8255
  • SAMHSA's National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)\


Resources to Support You During COVID-19

PsychCentral: Coronavirus Anxiety: 4 Ways to Cope with Anxiety and Fear

National Association of School Psychology (NASP): How to Talk to Your Student About COVID-19

Mental Health America: Mental Health and COVID-19 Information Aid and Resources


Wellness /Mental Health Resources

The link below provides listings for Pearland area counseling resources and additional online support.

Community Resources


Self-Care Resources for Educators and Parents:  

CharacterStrong Educator Resources

At CharacterStrong, we have been hard at work pulling together some incredible digital resources to help you navigate these tough times. Sign up for access to one or all of the following free virtual tools.      


Constant Love and Learning Website


This website provides free coping tools for Calm and Connection for Kids and Caregivers.  


APPS (Click Below to go to website):  

CALM - Meditations, sleep stories and more. Free to educators!


Interested in joining a group?  

Contact Christina Shaw at  if you are interested in joining a group. 

Why group? Group counseling involves meeting with a group of individuals who all face similar concerns. Group sessions involve sharing your experiences and listening to others' experiences. Group counseling provides a supportive environment to discuss problems and concerns and work toward your goals.

  1. You are not alone
  2. Groups can be a sounding board
  3. Groups can teach you about yourself


For information on anxiety and depression:

Feeling you are in an abusive relationship? Visit the below resources:

  • Love is Respect: 1-866-331-9474/Text “loveis” to 22522/
  • National Sexual Assault hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE/
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
  • Break the Cycle:
  • LGBT National Help Center;  Hotline 1-800-246-PRIDE/
  • Together for Girls:


Bullying Prevention

Visit PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center website for more information by clicking here. Want to learn more about cyberbullying? Click here.


Suicide Prevention


If you think someone might be considering suicide be the one to help them by taking these 5 easy steps:

Ask. Keep them safe. Be there. Help them connect. Follow up.


Text HOME to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis support in the US


Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-Talk