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Physical/Mental Health Resources

Physical & Mental Health Resources

Local Resources

Buckner Star Program
9055 Manion Drive
Beaumont, TX  77706
409-929-7828 (24 hours)  
Available to families with children ages 0-18 who reside in Jefferson, Orange and Hardin Counties and who are experiencing significant family conflict, which may include problems at school, missing school, sibling violence, runaway behavior or juvenile delinquency.  Appointments are available in the privacy of your home. Search @BucknerinBeaumont on facebook or in messenger. 

United Way
1506 W Park Ave
Orange, TX  77630
A great list of partner agencies to help with crisis support and education regarding traumatic situations, refuge from domestic violence, drug/alcohol counseling/treatment, counseling for mental health issues, occupational training, and much more. 

Spindletop Center MHMR – Tejas Center
4305 Tejas Pkway
Orange, TX  77630
409-886-5591 or 409-988-0452
Provides a variety of behavioral health care services to people with mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities and chemical dependency.  

Samaritan Counseling
7980 Anchor Dr.
Port Arthur, TX 77642 (administrative office)
1502 Strickland Drive, Suite 4
Orange, TX 77630
Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas is a non-profit counseling organization that uses the concept of mind, body and spirit to promote the healing and growth of people and the reconciliation of couples, families and organizations.  This integration of behavioral sciences and faith traditions is our foundational base for counseling. Free screening. 

The Garth House
Mickey Mehaffy Children's Advocacy Program, Inc.
409-838-9084 (Beaumont)
Orange Office aka The Orange Pink House
604 N. 5th Street
Orange, TX 77630
Phone: 409-883-1314 / Fax: 409-883-1315
The Garth House offers counseling at no cost to children (ages 3-17) who have been sexually or severely physically abused and are not receiving counseling from another agency. 


Elijah’s Place (Grief Support)
Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas
2780 Eastex Freeway
Beaumont, TX 77703

Baptist Hospital Behavioral Health Center
3080 College St
Beaumont, TX 77701-4606
Inpatient/outpatient services, Teen Mental Health Program, Chemical Dependency Program, plus more. Most common diagnoses treated: Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Dual Diagnosis (Mental Health Disorder and Drug Abuse) 


Family Services Women & Children’s Shelter
Crisis Intervention 24 Hour Hotline
409-832-7575 or Toll-free 1-800-621-8882
We provide confidential support services and information for domestic violence survivors and their friends and family through our 24-Hour Hotline.  If you call the hotline, here are the services you can expect:

  • Intake services for our safe house protection and information about supportive services such as counseling.
  • Information and referrals for survivors and their concerned friends and family members.
  • Immediate assistance in English and Spanish. (Other languages and the hearing impaired are accommodated through a language line.)
  • Emergency transportation for domestic violence survivors to achieve personal safety.


National Resources

Healthy Place (
– Provides mental health information, hot line numbers, information on how to deal with traumatic events, and much more 
America Psychological Association (
– Talk to an expert, find a psychologist, information on health and mental wellness. 
National Institute of Mental Health (  
- Provides information about mental health disorders: signs of mental health, how to cope and more. Lots of pamphlets and fact sheets. 

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Resources Related to COVID-19 



Suicide Prevention:  1-800-273- TALK (8255)

COVID-19 Mental Health Support:  1-833-986-1919

Domestic Violence Support:  1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

Report Child Abuse, Trafficking or Neglect: 1-800-252-5400  (CPS division of DFPS)

Crisis Center of Southeast Texas (rape, sexual assault, suicide): 1-800-793-2273

Texas Health and Human Services Commission: dial 2-1-1 or 877-541-7905

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LCMCISD: Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School
7327 Hwy 87 North
Orange, Texas 77632
Phone: 409.886.5821
Fax: 409.886.5762