Mental Health Resources
Don't wait to ask for help until it's too late. Both TCC and Tarrant County offer services on campus and off campus to support your mental well-being.
Military veterans can find additional services under resources for veterans.
Services: Counseling offices are available at each of our five physical campus locations. In addition to academic advisement, our counselors are available to help you with personal and career concerns.
Student Accessibility Resources (SAR)
Services: SAR are offered on each campus if you're a student with a disability who's enrolled in credit and/or Continuing Education programs.
Services: Each campus maintains a nurse-directed health center to promote a positive and balanced lifestyle for an enhanced collegiate experience. Your campus health center provides confidential services free of charge, including treatment for minor illness and injuries, referrals to health care specialists, health counseling and more.
TCC Police Department's Victim Assistance Unit
Services: Supports victims and their families by providing services designed to lessen trauma experienced as a direct result of victimization. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Baylor Health Fort Worth
1400 Eighth Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Services: Baylor treats adults 18 and over for psychiatric and/or addictive disorders in its Behavioral Health Outpatient Programs.
Services: Lena Pope Counseling offers services to children, adolescents and families for various issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse and disruptive behavior.
Mental Health Mental Retardation of Tarrant County (MHMRTC)
3840 Hulen Tower North
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Crisis Phone: 800-866-2465
Main Phone: 817-569-4300
Services: MHMR offers services for mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, addiction, early childhood intervention, criminal justice system support, homelessness and veterans.
Recovery Resource Council
2700 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76111
Services: Recovery Resource Council offers a variety of services to help individuals recovering from alcohol, addiction and mental health issues.
Start Your Recovery
Services: Start Your Recovery offers a variety of services to help promote suicide awareness/prevention and services for individuals recovering from alcohol, addiction and mental health issues.
The Women's Center
Fort Worth, TX 76110
Services: The Women's Center offers counseling and support groups, in addition to 24 hour crises hotline, rape exam support, and courtroom assistance.
Services: ULifeline is an online resource for mental health that helps you get help now, or helps you help a friend. Learn more about suicide prevention, drugs and mental health.
United Way of Tarrant County 2-1-1 Resource Directory
Services: When you need help, but don't know where to turn, call 2-1-1. A highly-trained information and referral specialist will listen to your needs and connect you with the right community organization or government agency. It's free and confidential.
Updated August 08, 2017