Mosaics of Mercy is continuously updating mental health resources available during this time period. Please reach out to us if you need any assistance navigating these or need something that is not currently listed. Click on the links highlighted in orange to go to the individual resource web site.

Stonebridge Church in partnership with Mosaics of Mercy will host the Equip series with speakers on various mental health topics.  Streams online every Thursday at 8 PM beginning again in August.

Individual counselors (listed by category under Resources/Counselors):
The counselors in our community have individual protocols for how they are seeing clients at this time. A majority are doing telehealth, which means seeing clients through video calls vs in-person appointments. Many are accepting new clients and also have lower rates available for this unusual time. We have an internal list of options available and can personally help you navigate. Contact us through our website or phone (346-703-0051) Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm for assistance. 

Connections Family Center is offering 6 free online counseling sessions for families affected by COVID.  This is available for a limited time!  They also have a Free Parenting Seminar available on their web site.

Gomez Counseling and Consulting Services, Trauma Healing and Recovery Center has a few spots available for 6 Zoom sessions each for teens aged 13-18 who are struggling during this time.  Contact:

Tips from a local therapist: COVID-19 Mental Health Survival Tips

Psychiatric Hospitals and Treatment Centers:
The treatment facilities / hospitals on our Resource pages are still accepting patients.  What may be different is their visitation policy, varying by facility.  We can help you gather the information that you need for your situation. 

Partial Hospitalization and Outpatient Programs:
Many are still meeting in person at this time. Some have moved to meeting as a group over telehealth platforms. They continue to monitor available information, making changes as necessary. Regardless, these programs will still exist if that is something you are needing at this time.

Council on Recovery (Houston)
Offers an abundance of virtual resources and education during Covid times for those seeking recovery from substance abuse and support for the family members well-being as well.

 LOCAL (The Woodlands Area / Montgomery County) ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS:

[UPDATE. NOW IN PERSON]  GRASP (Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing)
Support group to offer help, compassion, and understanding for families who have lost a loved one to substance abuse. (Attendees 18+)  
2nd & 4th Tuesdays of Month  7:00 – 8:30 PM  (Bring mask)
Facilitator:  Kathy Posey,  or 703-598-4271

Regeneration Faith-Based Recovery – Faith Bible
12- step discipleship through recovery, currently doing online Zoom© meetings and able to accommodate newcomers

Regeneration Faith-Based Recovery Woodsedge Church
Mondays 6:30 – 8:30 pm Zoom 941451946 Call in 346-248-7799

Reengage – Faith Bible
Group providing hope for marriages, currently meeting through Zoom© and able to accommodate newcomers

[UPDATE] Fresh Hope for Parents and Teens (Faith-based peer support group for teens & parents struggling with mental health) Meeting in person outside at TWUMC (socially distanced) Wed nights at 6 pm. Email for more details.

NAMI Family & Connections Virtual Support Group  – Peer-led group for family and friends of individuals with mental illness  –  2nd and 4th Wednesday Zoom ©Meeting 6:30pm. For access code, contact Brenda LaVar, PhD at 936-522-4220 or

[UPDATE] AlAnon /NarAnon Meetings: We have a list of local Zoom© meetings for AlAnon and NarAnon.  Email for Zoom code of a particular meeting.

The WED Nar-Anon will meeting in person at TWUMC in Room B110 beginning in September.  Note: time has changed to 7 PM (Wear masks)

Alateen Meeting:  Local meeting Tuesdays at 7:30 PM currently connecting via Zoom. Email for Zoom code/password.

[UPDATE] Grandmothers Raising Grandchildren – b-weekly Zoom © meeting will be held 1st and 3rd Fridays at 10:00 until we can meet in person.  Email for the access code.

Life Giving Life (LGL) Recovery Project Zoom Meetings – for access code information, email
 – LGLMonday- SMART Recovery at 6 pm
 – LGL Tuesday- PALS (Parents of Addicted Loved Ones) 7:30 pm
 – LGL Wednesday- Education on How Substances Affect the Brain and Body Group 6 pm
 – LGL Thursday- SMART Recovery 6 pm
 – LGL Saturday- SMART Recovery 11 am

Young People’s Sober Support (The Woodlands)
Fridays 7:30 – 8:30 pm

High School Senior Support (The Woodlands)
Thursday, April 12th – 30th 6:30 – 8:00 pm email for Zoom link

Self Care for the Counselor (The Woodlands)
Thursdays, April 2nd- 30th 11:30- 1pm
email for Zoom link

Online Eating Disorder Support Group
Fridays, 9-10:30 am

Connections Family Center
Contact for information on the following online support groups: Healthcare Workers Group, Parent’s Group, Young Adults, Pregnancy Support, Tween Talk, Covid-19 Anxiety, Women’s Group, Postpartum Support 

WEBSITE FOR PARENTS – Neurodiversity Resources

Grace Psychological Services, PLLC is offering free telehealth services to autism families during this crisis.  First come, first serve.  Contact:

Family to Family Network

Parent Resource Network

Texas Parent to Parent

Getting Sorted

Tri-County Crisis 24hr Hot Line: 800-659-6994 

Yes to Youth Crisis 24hr Hot Line: 888-756-8682

Mo. County Mental Health Division & Crisis Intervention Team
Serves and safeguards persons with mental health illness through effective delivery of law enforcement mental health services
Non-emergency Line:  936-760-5800

The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD – 24/7 support line (launched by Texas Health and Human Services) for Texans experiencing anxiety stress or emotional challenges as a result of the pandemic.  
Toll free:  833-986-1919

Harris County COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line: 833-251-7544

Crisis Text Line (Mental Health America)- Text MHA to 741741 and you’ll be connected to a trained Crisis Counselor

The Trevor Project 866-488-7386 or text START to 678678- A national suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth

Woodland Springs COVID Support Hotline:  855-789-2684

Domestic Violence Support: text LOVEIS to 22522 or call 1-866-331-9474

National Suicide Hotline: 800-273-8255

Heroes Help Line
(sponsored by UTHealth)    833-367-4689
Substance Use and Mental Health Support for First Responders

His Father’s Heart Ministries (Houston)
Trained spiritual counselors offering free of charge their “Journey” program. 
For more information:  713-996-0980 or

Physician Support Line
Staffed by volunteer psychiatrists for US Physician Colleagues
7 days a week 8:00 am – 12:00 am EST


[NEW] Covid-19 Moms’ Support Group through Tarnow Center
Beginning Monday, July 13th, 3 online support groups starting:
*  Mothers of children with social, learning or emotional challenges
*  Mothers of children with severe health and/or severe mental health challenges
*  Mothers of children / young adults who are stressed
Session fee and registration required, call Uyen 713-621-9515 Video meetings for NA, AA, ACA, Chronic Pain, Sex and Addiction, and CODA

Virtual Recovery Meetings (for those currently in recovery or seeking treatment)
Monday – Friday 12:00 PM & 7:00 PM  (2 times per day!)
Sponsored by Lakeview Health & Stepping Stone Center for Recovery

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – Nationwide virtual meeting finder
833-716-0080  (Call & Press 2 or Text your zip code to find a meeting in your time zone)

ACA Group (Adult Children of Alcoholics)
Lord of Life Lutheran Church  – The Woodlands
2nd Floor, Room 21
Sunday nights 7:00 – 8:00pm
For online meeting info during Coronavirus event, email Dewanna at –  Family Support for Eating Disorders, Binge Eating, Eating Disorders, College Student/Early Adult Support Group, Anxiety and Depression Support Group

ANAD of The Woodlands – Eating Disorder Support 
Currently Virtual Peer Support Group – Tuesdays 1:00 – 2:30 PM
For info or virtual link: or 832-948-0496

Therapy Tribe
Peer-led support groups for Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ, Marriage / Family, OCD, Teen – Peer-led support groups for Bi-polar and Depression. Currently have groups for young adults, peers, and family members. – Interfaith online meditation community – Help and hope for family members and friends of alcoholics– Eating Disorder Groups  – Mental Health Support Groups

The Addict’s Mom – Sharing Without Shame Facebook Page

Hope Family Care Ministries alongside Nothing is Wasted Ministries
Online Community Groups
Groups for those experiencing loss:
  – Infertility / Miscarriage
  – Young Child Loss
  – Older Child Loss
  – Loss by Suicide
  – Sibling Loss
  – Grandchild Loss

Woodland Springs
FREE virtual support group for coping with the Covid crisis.  Registration is required through

Hope Pieced Together – Mosaics of Mercy’s podcast on mental health-related issues and stories of hope

Healing Choices – Council on Recovery’s podcast on Conversations on Addiction and Recovery)

Mental Note– Eating Recovery Center and Insight Behavioral Health’s podcast on mental health recovery

Motherhood in ADHD– A recent guest of Hope Pieced Together, Patricia Sung, has a podcast on navigating motherhood with ADHD [Also FB Group:  Motherhood in ADHD]

Sober Cast (An unofficial Alcoholics Anonymous Podcast)- Not a discussion, highlights speaker meetings and workshops


Cassidy Joined for Hope FACEBOOK LIVE Wednesday Nights at 7 pm.  May 13 LIVE featured Sherry Burkhard and Jeremy Sprott discussing Teen Suicide and navigating ER.  Visit CJH Facebook for more information and past episode recordings. Meditations, Calming Music, Calm Kids, Mindfulness Resources

Mosaics of Mercy operates 9 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday and is not a call center for crisis situations. If you believe that you or another individual are suffering from a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911, contact your doctor immediately, or seek medical attention immediately at the nearest emergency room.

Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is a charitable organization that provides mental health resources and website links for informational purposes only. The posting by Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. of a website link or a resource does not constitute an endorsement or approval by Mosaics of Mercy of any of the products, services, or opinions of the corporation, organization, or individual referenced. For any questions about the third party content or for further information please contact the external website or organization directly. Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is not liable for the accuracy of content of any third party websites or for content navigated to via subsequent links. User agrees that use of the Mosaics of Mercy website constitutes an agreement not to hold any Mosaics of Mercy officers, employees, agents or volunteers liable for the information posted on this website. The information is provided “as is” for general information and education only. It should not replace consultation with a doctor or other qualified mental health providers.


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