Mental Health Resources
These resources support the social, emotional, and psychological needs of our families.
Subcategories include: Behavioral Support, Bullying, Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Grief & Bereavement, Suicide Prevention & Support
Any Baby Can
Provides direction and guidance for families of children and youth with special needs.
Bexar County Family Justice Center
Offering resources to families experiencing domestic violence. Resources include: protective order, basic needs,
counseling, law enforcement services, medical assistance, civil legal services
Big Mama’s Safe House
Safe House that promotes conflict resolution with education, gun safety, trauma informed training to help end gun violence
Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas
Dedicated to serving the children affected by the loss of a loved one.
Providing families with forensic interview services, Counseling, Family Support for children victims and child survivors of abuse and neglect and their non offending family members
CommuniCare Health Centers
A full-service primary healthcare system with multiple locations.
Crisis Text Line
Offering crisis counseling 24/7.
Cyber Bullying Research Center
Offering a variety of resources on how to prevent cyberbullying. Tailored for both students and adults.
David’s Legacy Foundation
Offering resources to parents and families centered around David’s law to prevent cyberbullying.
Handle With Care
Promotes a school-community partnership aimed at ensuring that children who are exposed to trauma in their home or community receive appropriate interventions to help them heal and thrive to the best of their ability despite the traumatic circumstances they experienced.
Helping Children Cope During COVID Resources
Empower children about what they can do to remain healthy – good handwashing, covering sneezes & coughs, and helping with household cleaning and sanitizing.
JOVEN Counseling and Support Groups
JOVEN is a comprehensive agency that includes outreach services, counseling, and structured activities for high-risk youth and their families.
Program provides individual and group sessions that contain tailored topics geared to promote healthy pregnancies, educaiton regarding parenting and learn best practices for pregnancy related care of students.
National Bullying Prevention Center
Offering a variety of resources, and tools to teach students how to prevent bullying and promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.
Roy Maas Youth Alternatives
Helping children, families, and young adults with counseling and short term psychiatric needs.
SAISD CARE Team
The Child Assistance, Remediation, and Evaluation (CARE) Team helps students who are in crisis situations that might lead to emergency detainment.
SAISD Communities In Schools
Provides counseling services for SAISD students
The SAISD counselors implement the four school counseling components: guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services and systems support. How can we help serve your student today?
SAISD Disability Services: Parent Support Programs
Parent Programs is a support provided to families of students with IEPs that help strengthen home, school and community partnerships. Services include informational groups, resource connection and support from Parent Liaisons and Social Workers.
SAISD Early Childhood Department Counseling & Social Services
Resources available for family issues affecting student’s adjustment to school such as: Accessing services for students with special health care needs; Behavioral or social emotional concerns; Family stressors such as, but not limited to homelessness, grief/loss, domestic violence, and divorce.
SAISD McKinney-Vento Services
Works with families and unaccompanied youth that live in a temporary situation due to loss of housing.
SAISD Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS)
PBIS is an evidence-based three tiered framework used to improve practices affecting student outcomes every day.
SAISD Restorative Practices
Provides behavior support to students in a manner that promotes meaningful accountability and teaches social emotional skills.
SAISD SEAD Specialist Support
Specialists are available to provide behavioral resources for students in the school and home.
SAISD Social Workers
Our social workers work directly with school administrators as well as students and families, providing leadership in forming mental health intervention, crisis management, and support services.
SAISD Test Anxiety Parent Guide
This resource describes the common symptoms of test anxiety, and strategies that students can use before, during, and after tests.
SAISD Trauma-Informed Response Guide
This guide provides information on common student reactions to traumatic situations and how adults can help.
San Antonio Council of Alcohol and Drug Awareness (SACADA)
Universal Drug/Alcohol Prevention Awareness. Case Management available for students aged 8-18 impacted by substance abuse.
Texas Crime Victims Compensation (Attorney General)
The Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) Program helps crime victims and their immediate families with the financial costs of crime. CVC covers crime-related costs such as counseling, medical treatment, funerals, and loss of income not paid by other sources.
Texas Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Providing resources and support to grandparents raising grandchildren.
Texas School Safety Center – Texas Bullying Laws
Offering families legal resources centered around bullying prevention.
Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative
Offering a wide variety of support services to individuals in need, or who have lost a loved one.
The Trevor Project
Offering support to LGBTQ+ individuals in need.
Youth for Christ
Program provides faith neutral individual and group sessions that contain tailored topics geared to promote healthy relationships, parenting skills, self-care, life skills, financial literacy and mentorship.