School-Based Mental Health 

This program provides specialized mental health services in Galveston County and SE Harris County to children who have been exposed to family violence, child abuse, or have suffered serious trauma in their lives. The goal of the School-Based Mental Health program is to reduce the psychological impact of child trauma by providing access to critical services at the child’s local school campus.   The program provides a full array of victim services to the child and their family including: initial intake, psychosocial assessment, short and long-term individual and family therapy, case management, victim advocacy, and resource counseling.

Resolve It is a small group of dedicated mental health professionals who are passionate about helping kids succeed.  Our therapists love what they do and this enthusiasm spills over into everything that they do.  Each year, the School-Based Mental Health program provides intervention for approximately 350 children, aged 5-18, and their families each year. Our team of highly trained and licensed trauma therapists delivers approximately 3,000 hours of trauma-informed services at seven (7) elementary schools, three (3) middle schools, and two (2) high schools in Texas City, LaMarque, and Galveston ISD’s.

Services are offered to all students at no charge, regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or age. The School-Based Mental Health program is funded by generous grants from the Office of the Governor’s Victims of Crime Act, Texas City ISD, Galveston County Children Services Board, Moody Methodist Permanent Endowment Fund, and the support from many individuals and local businesses.

Early Childhood Intervention

Resolve It collaborates with Texas City ISD’s  Calvin Vincent Early Childhood Program to provide a licensed therapist to identify and support preschool children with mental health concerns. Therapists support parents, teachers, and other staff in meeting the child’s mental health concerns through the use of classroom observations, mental health interventions, and consultation.  The goal of the Early Childhood Intervention Program is to assist students in emotional, cognitive, and social development.