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Counseling & Mental Health Support

School counseling and mental health support are essential services that help students cope with various challenges they may face. School counselors play a crucial role in providing students with the necessary tools and resources to navigate academic, personal, and social issues. NCISD School Counselors, District Crisis Intervention Counselors, and our Community Mental Health partners are available and ready to support our students and families.

Accessing Counselors

School counselors will be available to meet with students and take appointments during normal operating hours.  Counselors can be contacted by email or phone. You can find contact information for your school counselor on your campus website.

At Risk Counselor Specialist

Parents/Guardians can contact the district At-Risk Counselor Specialist during normal operating hours for community and mental health resources. The At-Risk Counselor Specialist service area is district-wide. For assistance, please contact ARCS via email.

Carrie Shaver:

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Resources

We know that how a person thinks, or their mindset, is a powerful determinant of the quality of life they experience. Competency in social-emotional skills is particularly beneficial in these uncertain times. To assist students and families in developing optimal mindsets, weekly SEL lessons are available in the CORE Connections course in Canvas. School counselors are available to assist students and families with lesson facilitation. In addition to the weekly lessons, supplemental Social Emotional Well-Being Activities are available in the Counselor Support Canvas course.

District Crisis Intervention Counselor

Parents/guardians can reach out to the district crisis intervention counselor during normal operating hours for additional mental health and/or family support. 

Mary Schweitzer:

Community Counseling Services

Yes To Youth is available to assist in-person with mental health services. Call 936-756-8682 to connect with a counselor.  Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare’s Conroe Crisis Center and Crisis Hotline are available to serve our community 24/7. Contact them at 1-800-659-6994

Crisis Support

We want to ensure that students and parents have access to the crisis support they need. If you feel like you want to harm yourself or others, please reach out immediately to any of the following:

  • 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency room if you can get there safely
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline 24/7: 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Crisis Text Line: Text: HOME to 741741
  • Kingwood Pines Hospital: 281-404-1001 Open 24 Hours
  • Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare 24-hour Crisis Hotline: 800-659-6994
  • Memorial Hermann Northeast Mental Health Crisis Clinic: 713-338-6422
  • Yes to Youth 24-hour Crisis Hotline: 1-888-756-8682
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 

COVID-19 Support: Mental Health Resources

All COVID-19 resources on the TEA website are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Unless noted, resources are appropriate for all ages.