Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

Our mission is to provide services within the college environment and community that contribute to the academic success, personal growth and positive social experience for students. Click here to submit an Alvin Community College Counseling Referral.

Crisis Hotlines

Crisis Text Line (text HELLO to 741741)

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
800-273-TALK (8255)

LGBTQ – The Trevor Project

Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-TALK (8255)

Domestic Violence Hotline

Veterans Crisis Line
Text 838255
800-273-8255, press "1"

Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault/Rape/Shelters

Alvin Police Department and Victim Assistance Program
1500 S Gordon St
Alvin, TX 77511

Bay Area Turning Point (Mental Health, Medical, Legal and Sheltering Services)
281-288-2525 or 281-338-7600

Women’s Center of Brazoria County
Angleton: 979-849-9553
Alvin: 281-585-0904

Mental Health Screening Tools

Active Minds: Changing the Conversation About Mental Health

Grief Share: It hurts to lose someone; find help at Grief Share

ULifeline: Mental health screening tool

Off-Campus Counseling & Behavioral Services

Gulf Coast Center (Brazoria and Galveston County)

Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital

Adoue Family Health Center (Community Health Network)
111W. Adoue Street
Alvin, TX 77511

Freeport Community Health Center (Community Health Network)
905 N. Gulf Blvd
Freeport, TX 77541

Texas Referral Line for Community Resources
Dial 2-1-1 or 1-877-541-7905 Texas United Way Helpline (the place to call when you don’t know who to call).  Access hundreds of programs to find child care, counseling, food, housing, health care, legal aid, substance abuse treatment and more. 

Youth and Family Counseling Services
801 Buchta Road
Angleton, TX 77515

Suicide Prevention

The Jed Foundation
Protecting emotional health and preventing suicide.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

Texas Suicide Prevention
Works together with organizations, agencies, and institutions to reduce suicide in Texas.