Mental Health Resources for Schools, Parents, Children and Families

We are heartbroken by the tragedy in Uvalde, TX. We recognize the importance of putting children first, and offer a comprehensive system of care for children, families, and parents in need. DWIHN provides support that promotes hope and healing for children, youth, and families struggling with trauma,  mental health, substance use and disability-related concerns. If you need to talk, we are here to help.


AACAP Resource Library on Guns and Violence

After a Suicide Toolkit for Schools

Asking for Help Flyer ADA Compliant

Coping with Community Crisis_Harvard Graduate School of Education

Crisis Services Available for Uvalde Community

Donate to Texas Elementary School Relief Fund

DWIHN Children's Crisis Services

DWIHN Children's Programs Flyer 2021


Helping your children manage distress in the aftermath of a shooting



NASP Flyer

National Suicide Prevention Hotlines Flyer

ok2say I Am Somebody Flyer

Parents guidelines for helping youth after the recent shooting

Responding to School Violence_Tips for Administrators

School Violence Prevention

School Violence Prevention Tips for Parents & Educators

School Violence Prevention Guidelines for Administrators and Crisis

Surgeon General Youth Mental Health Advisory

Talking To Children About Violence Guide

Talking to Children About Violence 2021 Flyer

Talking to your children about the recent spate of school shootings

Threat Assessment Guide

Trauma Referral Flyer

Trauma Services Ed Provider Flyer