Mental Health America of Greater Houston has several programs and services designed to help individuals, couples and families improve their mental health and wellness.
MHA Pro Bono Counseling Program
One of the goals of MHA is to increase access to short-term counseling and therapy for those who cannot afford it. The MHA Pro Bono Counseling Program partners with licensed mental health professionals in locations around the Greater Houston area who have agreed to see individuals free of charge for a limited amount of sessions.
This program is designed for people who only need short-term care and who are dealing with challenges such as stress, sadness, grief/loss, marital issues, or anger. It is not intended for people who have a severe psychiatric illness or a long history of mental health treatment.
To find out more about the MHA Pro Bono Counseling Program and whether it is a good fit for you,
please call 713-255-2048 or email us at email@example.com
MHA understands how difficult it is to find a mental health professional that best fits your needs. We have an extensive listing of professionals by their credentials, location, and specialty. We will also be able to tell you if they accept public or private insurance and whether they work on a sliding fee scale. For more information, please call 713-255-2048.
The Guide: Mental Health Resource List
The Guide is a listing of mental health resources in Harris County that are low-cost and/or affordable. It features resources for Adults, Children/Adolescents and Older Adults/Elderly and is widely used and distributed by schools, hospitals, mental health professionals, and call centers. The Guide is free to the public.
Download and print copies of The Guide or order limited printed copies.
To order, please call 713-523-8963 Ext. 244.
MHA has a collection of materials about various mental health conditions online and limited titles in print. To find out more about our mental health literature, please call 713-523-8963 Ext. 244.