(Updated 9/13/17)

Mental Health Phone Line for Those Affected by Fort Bend Flooding    281-207-2505

The floods associated with Hurricane Harvey created an enormous amount of physical destruction and emotional strain on Fort Bend residents.  As things gradually go back to normal, people can experience changes in their emotions, thoughts or behavior.  This is normal and can be short lived.  However, if these feelings last for a long time and interfere with your life, it might be time to talk to someone about it.  Call the phone line for a referral.  It helps to talk.

Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management

Real time information on current evacuation orders, location of shelters, road conditions and Hurricane Harvey updates.

Fort Bend Emergency Operation can be reached by calling 281-342-6185 or by emailing

Mental Health Crisis Information

Texana Center Mobile Crisis Outreach Team 800-633-5686

Crisis Intervention Team of Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office 281-341-8540

Disaster Distress Hotline 800-985-5990

Disaster Distress Hotline Text TalkWithUs to 66746

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255

Gay and Lesbian Switchboard Houston 713-529-3211

Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255

Crisis Hotline

713-468-5463 English

713-526-8088 Spanish

Mental Health Resources

West Oak Hospital 713-995-0909

Westpark Springs Hospital 832-535-2770

Oceans Behavioral Health Hospital (for elderly) 281-492-8888

Ben Taub Psychiatric Unit 713-873-2636

NeuroPsychiatric Center (NPC) 713-970-4600

Memorial Hermann Mental Health Crisis Centers (713) 338-6422

Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office Crisis Intervention Team (281) 341-8540

Mental Health America of Greater Houston Hurricane Harvey Resources

Mental Health America of Fort Bend County Behavioral Health Resource Guide

The Next Step Academy
The Next Step Academy is an organization which serves children with special needs such as intellectual development disorders and autism. They are currently looking for evacuated families that might be looking for their services. You can call them at 281-715-2888 or go to

Stress Management Center of Katy
The Stress Management Center of Katy offers a variety of education and support groups focused on caregiving, healing from grief and stressmanagement.   For more information, go to or call 713-471-9977.
Rahim Counseling and Consulting Services
Rahim Counseling and Consulting Services is hosting a group every Friday from 11am-12:30pm for people affected by Hurricane Harvey. For more information, call 713-909-0892
Martin Counseling (Katy)
David Martin, founder of Martin Counseling, will offer short term counseling to those affected by Hurricane Harvey on a sliding fee and pro bono basis. Their services include individual, couples and family counseling for all ages and conduct groups. For more information, please call 713-489-5473.
Allison Moore, PhD (Sugar Land)
Allison Moore, PhD has offered to provide short term counseling to children, adults and families affected by Hurricane Harvey on a pro bono basis.  For more information, please call 713-592-8952. 

Resources on Helping Families Cope with Disasters

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

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