In Need of Assistance?
Below is a small list of various resources available to our community that can provide you with assistance. Neither Gregory-Portland Middle School nor Gregory-Portland I.S.D. endorse any of these resources. They are simply a compilation of various resources that have been brought to our attention. You will still need to do your own investigation to determine if this is the best choice for you. You are welcome to choose from this list.
Teenagers, is life in your face? You're not alone. You can reach out for someone who really cares about you. Someone at Covenant House Nineline. No matter what your problem, they will help. Call 1-800-999-9999. You can also go to their website at www.covenanthouse.org. If you would like to email them you can send it to email@example.com
COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS - 777-2552
COASTAL PLAINS COMMUNITY MHMR CENTER - 24hr CRISIS HOTLINE - 1-800-841-6467
Bayview Behavioral Hospital - 986-8200
SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE - 1-800-273-8255
CONNECTIONS - 643-7631
NUECES COUNTY CRISIS HOTLINE - 1-888-767-4493
PSYCH TRIAGE SPOHN - 902-4006
NATIONAL HOPE HOTLINE - 1-800-784-2433
FAMILY COUNSELING SERVICES - 852-9665
SOUTH TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOME - 994-0940
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES - 758-6376
COMMUNITY SERVICES HOTLINE - "211"
IF YOU NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE, PLEASE LET US KNOW.
Texas Youth Hotline - A hot-line for youth and families. HELP IS A PHONE CALL AWAY.
What does the Texas Youth hot-line do? Hot-line counselors talk with callers who face a variety of issues, including: family conflicts, delinquency, truancy, abuse and neglect, and running away.
What services does the hot-line provide? Counselors help you consider options, explore the facts and your feelings, and develop a sensible plan of action. They can offer: 24 hour crisis intervention, short-term emergency residential care for youth, individual, group and family counseling skills-based training for youth and parents, and follow-up care.
What are the costs? None, it is free.
Who can call? Anyone in need of community services.
Help is a phone call away 1-800-210-2278 for more information go to www.texasyouth.org.
If you are looking for help, you can find it with 2-1-1. For information on a wide range of community services 24hrs a day, dial 2-1-1 or (361-882-4636 by cell phone.) They provide information on such services as: Abuse/Neglect Advocacy Resources Baby Diapers, Formula, Clothes/Equipment Blind/Low Vision Child Care (United Way program affiliates) Clothing Conseling Services Deaf/Hard of Hearing Drug & Alcohol Services Financial Assistance Food or Meals on Site Furniture & Appliances Health Services HIV/Aids Testing Home Repairs Job Lines/Job Search Legal Assistance Military/Seamen Services Shelters Social Security Tax Prep. Assist. Wheelchair Ramp Asst.
Neither Gregory-Portland Middle School nor Gregory-Portland I.S.D. endorse any of these resources. They are simply a compilation of various resources that have been brought to our attention. You will still need to do your own investigation to determine if this is the best choice for you.
"Gregory Portland is a very welcoming, positive and encouraging school."
Mallory Hendryx, GP Class of 2024