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Telesupport Program

FREE TeleSupport Available Now Through CFGC!

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The Child and Family Guidance Center of Texoma understands that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, additional support to cope and navigate through this difficult time is needed now.

Although the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic can vary among individuals, increased anxiety, depression, and social isolation are a few of the potential impacts that can disrupt go-to coping skills, daily routines, and overall mental and emotional well-being. 

In order to best meet the needs of our community, a FREE TeleSupport Program has been launched! Anyone in need can connect to a licensed therapist quickly for brief, confidential and compassionate support via phone call or video chat.

TeleSupport Response Hours:

Monday-Thursday: 8am-6pm

Friday: 10am-4pm

The TeleSupport Program is designed as a quick way to connect to help individuals process the impacts of the pandemic, obtain community resources, learn emotional regulation and coping skills, and provide parenting tips and resources. It’s a way to access a caring voice in your time of need.

The TeleSupport Program is not a crisis hotline or a replacement for mental healthcare. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your local emergency room.


 To request a TeleSupport appointment, please fill out the form below or email telesupport@cfgcenter.org.


First Name
Last Name
Phone Number
Country
Address Line 1
Address Line 2
City
State
Postal Code
Please briefly explain why you are requesting a TeleSupport appointment with CFGC.
Please select a preferred callback time between 8:00 am - 5:30 pm.
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  • On the Here For Texas website, you’ll find a wide array of information on mental health topics, resources and professionals.
    Visit www.herefortexas.com to learn more.

  • The Texoma Behavioral Health Leadership Team (TBHLT) serves as the community's hub for mental health and wellness.
    Visit www.texomabhlt.org to learn more.