• Help Me Grow North Texas




    Help Me Grow promotes child development by working to successfully link families to community resources that meet their needs. This happens through cross system collaboration of existing community resources that meet all family’s needs. Help Me Grow North Texas provides an information line that connects a family or provider to child development services and other community-based resources within your area.  By calling this one number, you are connected to an experienced child development specialist,  a Family Navigator, who can provide education, resources, and information on developmental screenings to meet a family’s specific needs. Call 844-NTX-KIDS (844-689-5437) to get connected with a Family Navigator today!



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    During this time, we know that coping with anxiety and stress, and finding the right mental health resources can be difficult. It is our pleasure to continue providing critical mental health and addiction resources to our community during this health crisis.

    If you need help, give us a call at 972-525-8181 Monday–Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


    Help and hope are just a phone call away.

    Developed by Grant Halliburton Foundation, the Here For Texas Mental Health Navigation Line is a free helpline offering guidance, information, resources, and support for mental health and addiction.

    The helpline is for anyone who is looking for mental health resources for themselves or for someone they care about. Anyone can call to say, "Here's what’s going on, what do I do?"


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Care Solace

  • FWISD partners with Care Solace to help families access resources for mental health support in their community. 

    Care Solace provides:

    • The Care Concierge team is a 24x7 service for parents and staff.
    • Experts at hand-holding families through the mental health care process.
    • A database of local providers that match up with the language, insurance, and specialized mental health needs of families
    • Families, students, and staff can search or call on their own(see flyer)
    • Staff can submit a Warm Handoff® for a student or family (not for colleague)

    Care Solace is not:

    • Diagnosticians or treatment providers
    • Providers of medical care resources; substance use disorders and mental health care only
    • Substitutes or replacements for school personnel or services 

    If someone is a danger call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline or 911