Counselors' Corner

Vogel Intermediate September 2021

Upcoming Events

  • Septembers character trait is Courage - Wear Pink on Mondays!
  • September 6 - Holiday - No school
  • September 15 - October 15 - Hispanic Heritage Month - Wear your shirts to celebrate Hispanic Heritage on Fridays!
  • September 22 - Read for a better life
  • September 28 - Talk Saves Lives - Suicide Prevention Online Class for Parents

Meet Your Vogel Counselors

Community In Schools Site Coordinator

Services Provided:

· Academic Assistance

· Basic Needs (food, clothes, school supplies, etc.)

· Behavior Intervention

· Family Engagement

· Life Skills

· Mentorship

... and so much more!

For more information please contact:

Aja Venible

Vogel Counseling Groups

Vogel Counseling Groups Form

Print, fill out and return to Mrs. Rekart (5th Grade Counselor) or Ms. Jolivette-Michaels (6th Grade Counselor)

Resources and Assistance

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Talk Saves Lives

A Brief Introduction to Suicide Prevention Suicide can be prevented.

This presentation will cover what we know about this leading cause of death, the most up-to-date research on prevention, and what we can all do to fight suicide. Participants will learn the common risk factors for suicide, how to spot the warning signs in others, and how to keep ourselves, our loved ones and those in our community safe.

September 28 6-7 pm

Please click her to register

SHSU Helpline. We Listen. (936) 294-4111

Need someone to talk to? The SHSU Helpline is an after-hours mental health services offered by the Counseling Center. The SHSU Helpline is available to students and the community, and it is a free resource. The SHSU Helpline operates on Monday-Thursday from 4-9 pm.

Trained volunteers are available to offer a listening ear, support and community crisis resources in a confidential and nonjudgmental way. The SHSU Helpline volunters are available to help you talk through many life concerns such as stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, a break-up, academic concerns, and more.

All Helpline volunteers are required to go through training, receive on-going supervision and continuing education with mental health clinicians at the Counseling Center. Calls are confidential.

Call the Helpline at (936) 294-4111 Monday-Thursday from 4pm-9pm.

TCHATT - Texas Child Health Access Through Telemedicine

Baylor College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry has partnered with Texas Children’s Hospital to bring your family a collaborative service that can improve the mental health of your child and connect them with services that will help build a family-focused foundation for emotional expression and security.

TCHATT Process 1. Complete initial phone call and consent with the THCATT coordinator over the phone 2.Behavioral Health intake with our team, you, and your child(ren)- up to 2 hours 3.Receive up to 4 free therapy sessions with our behavioral health team- ranging from 30-90 minutes.

Please call to speak to a TCHATT Program Coordinator at (713)798-8257 with any questions or concerns that you may have. You may also email

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare

It’s hard to know why a child is consistently unhappy, angry, aggressive, or anxious or why a child persistently behaves in ways that are just not acceptable. Check out Children’s Services at Tri-County offers resources for your child or children.

Yes To Youth

Our services and activities benefit both youth and their families who struggle with a variety of issues and situations.

Montgomery County Pantry Finder

Montgomery County Pantry Finder will assist you in finding upcoming food bank and food donations in the area.