GISD Mental Health Resources

  • Georgetown ISD believes the mental and emotional health of students is critical to their learning.  Our students and their families have access to school counselors and school-based therapists during the school day as well as partnerships and resources for support outside the school day. 

School Based Therapy

  • School-Based Therapists support the Georgetown ISD and Counseling Services Mission and Vision by promoting healthy social and emotional functioning within the Georgetown ISD community through school-based therapy, education, and collaboration.  For more information....

    School Based Therapy

Care Solace

  • If you, your immediate family member, or student need assistance in finding community-based mental health related programs and/or counseling services, Care Solace is able to offer support. After privately speaking with a Care Solace concierge and answering a series of questions to best understand the specific need, the concierge will seek out options on your behalf. The Care Solace concierge will take the specific need as well as financial, appointment logistics, and proximity constraints into consideration. This service is available in multiple languages, 24/7.  

    Care Solace

    Your campus school counselor can also support connecting your student to Care Solace.  In order to connect students to Care Solace, parents must provide written consent.  Parents could provide this consent in Skyward Family Access.  Additionally, parents can provide consent using the Care Solace Consent form and providing it to their campus counselor.

    Care Solace Consent

Community Resource Guide

  •  The Georgetown Independent School District Community Resource Guide is meant to inform families and staff about institutions and services available in our local community. Georgetown ISD does not advocate or recommend any specific agency, program, or service. This information is supplied as a reference if you choose to use it. The list of service providers furnished to you by GISD includes persons who are believed to provide services to students. This list is assembled as a courtesy and is not a complete or comprehensive list of providers.

    Community Resource Guide

Suicide Prevention

  • We can all help prevent suicide. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 and offers free and confidential support to people in distress. It also provides prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Call 1-800-273-8255, text the Crisis Text Line (text HELLO to 741741), or Live Chat the Lifeline if you or a loved one is in need. Suicide is not inevitable.

    Suicide Prevention

Release Forms

  • Parents/guardians may provide written consent for a referral to specific supports during the registration process in Skyward.  Providing consent during the registration process alleviates any delay in accessing supports if/when needed.  The following link provides instructions for this process.

    Skyward Consent