• Rockwall ISD Student Services staff facilitate a wide range of programs and activities during and after school designed to address fundamental social, emotional, interpersonal, and physiological barriers on a child’s educational path. To help parents become more informed and engaged, we have provided a menu of topics that provide support to both parents and students.

    As a service to the families in Rockwall, the Rockwall ISD Student Services Department compiles a list of local agencies that provide low cost or free services to residents within the Rockwall Community and Metroplex.

    Please direct any questions regarding resources to Missy Wall, LMSW, District Social Worker, missy.wall@rockwallisd.org; 469-698-7133.

    Click Here for a Listing of Local Counselors/Psychologists

    Click Here for a Listing of Mental Health Resources for Children and Adolescents

    Click here for food distribution resources in Rockwall County

    Mobile Community Pantry Information


    For additional information on mental health resources:

    The Grant Halliburton Foundation offers a comprehenisve database of mental health providers, organizations, resources and information related to mental health in Texas.

    Here for Texas

     The Texas Health and Human Services Agency offers Health, Financial and Safety resources.

    Texas Health and Human Services


    Anonymous Tip Line



    The aim of the Rockwall ISD's District Social Worker, LPC and Support Counselor is to help students connect with services available within the school district and in the community.  Confidentialiy is essential in providing the individual with an environment in which it is safe to explore feelings and make decisions.  Legal and ethical standards of confidentiality require the counseling staff to report appropriately or refer cases of abuse, certain infractions of the Code of Conduct or criminal activity, and students who are a danger to themselves or others.  The Support Counselor operates under the Texas Family Code 32.004 which allows her to counsel students dealing with these issues listed below without parental consent:

    1. suicide prevention;
    2. chemical addiction or dependency; or
    3. sexual, physical, or emotional abuse