For counselors specializing in services for vetereans and first responders, visit our counseling page.
Listen to Hope Pieced Together episode 20 with Lona Snell
Combat Trauma Support Group
For veterans with PTSD or family members of combat veterans
Meets Tuesdays at 7:00 PM
The Woodlands United Methodist Church Rooms B108 & B109
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org or (346) 331-9141
Heroes Help Line (sponsored by UTHealth) 833-367-4689
Substance Use and Mental Health Support for First Responders
Cypress Creek Hospital – Honor Strong Program
Acute Inpatient – Direct Admissions: 281-995-1475
Crisis Text Line
TEXT: 741741 to text with a trained crisis counselor
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Tri-County Services (Montgomery / Liberty / Walker Counties)
FOR VETERANS: Tri-County 24 Hour Crisis Service
Mighty Oaks Warrier Training Division (at Woodsedge Church)
PTSD Help for Wounded Veterans and their families
Church of the Good Soldier
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