Programs and Activities

Mental Health First Aid

NEW!  Mental Health America of Fort Bend County is now certified to offer the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) course!  Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis. In the Mental Health First Aid course, you learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help.  For more information on how to register in this course or how to schedule a Mental Health First Aid course for your organization, please call 281-207-2480 or email us at

Health Fairs

Mental Health America of Fort Bend County routinely attends health fairs across the county.  We can provide informative literature about mental and emotional wellness. Please contact our office  or 281- 207-2480 to request us to participate in a local health fair.

County Resource Guide

A Resource Directory that lists health care providers, hospitals, social services and support groups  is available by clicking  here.  Hard copies are available by contacting


Our Advocacy Program educates decision makers, elected officials and the public about the mental health needs of Fort Bend County to remove barriers to quality mental health care. MHAFBC partners with Texana, NAMI,  Fort Bend County Behavioral Health Services, Mental Health America, Mental Health America Texas, Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance and Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management. 

Continuing Education Program

Mental Health America of Fort Bend County offers continuing education workshops for LPC's, LCSW's, and LMFT's. We offer the workshops every other month on Friday from 9am-12pm.  For a calendar of course topics, please click here.

Speakers Bureau

Mental health professionals share their expertise with area schools, social service groups, non-profit organizations and corporations about an array of mental health and mental wellness topics.  The presentations are geared toward the needs of the audience.  Please give Mental Health America of Fort Bend County 4-6 weeks to secure a speaker for your group.  To make a request, please contact us at or 281-207-2480.

Partners In Healing

MHAFBC assists faith-based organizations in responding to emotional needs of their congregation.  A mental health specialist can come out and speak to church group on a variety of topics.  To make a request please contact us at or 281-207-2480.

National Depression Screening Day

First week of October each year is National Depression Screening Week.   MHAFBC organizes depression screenings at numerous locations throughout the county.  Individuals may receive a complimentary depression screening and afterwards have the screening survey assessed by an on site mental health professional.

Programs and Activities