Student and Family Resources

Whether you are a single parent, grandparent raising a grandchild, blended family, or just a mother and father looking for help, there are plenty of resources out there for you.

Quinlan ISD School Shelf

SchoolShelf is easily accessible 24/7 on any device. In school, at home, in the library, or on the beach. No login or password required. Simply click the mouse or touch the screen to intuitively navigate your way around SchoolShelf. SchoolShelf includes dozens of resources – resources that have been providing students and parents with reliable, practical information and tips for over 20 years. Used in schools and colleges across the country, the resources on SchoolShelf are time tested, and sure to help your students succeed. 


Parent-Taught Driver's Education


Local/Hunt County area assistance programs and hotlines:

My Guardian Angel-Divorce & Loss 214-887-0069
Lakes Regional Mental Health Center 972-524-4159 or 800-443-1831
ADAPT Community Solutions 1-868-260-8000
Texas Department of Housing 800-792-1119
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital214-559-5000
Adult and Child Protective Services 800-252-5400
Alzheimer’s Association 800-272-3900
American Cancer Society 800-ACS-2345
American Red Cross 903-455-7932
Area Agency on Aging of North Central Texas 800-272-3921
Arise Home Health 855-42-ARISE (27473)
Arms of Hope - Boles Campus 903-224-4900
Formerly Boles Children’s Home
Behavioral Health Services @ Hunt Regional 903-408-1500
Inpatient mental health services for adults & geriatrics
Boys & Girls Club of NE Texas 903-455-9233
CASA for Hunt County 903-450-4410
Celebrate Recovery 903-456-8523
Celebrate The Children, Inc. 903-886-8365
Day camps for special needs children
Children’s Center ECI 903-454-0300 x1600
Community SEEDS (food, clothing, emerg. rent/ 903-634-5673
utility assist., housing, garden, lifestyle classes)
Community Services, Inc. 903-455-0341
4000 Wesley, Unit 1, Greenville, TX 75401
Division for Rehabilitation Services 903-457-8150
Helping disabled retain/return to work
DrugFree Greenville 903-454-4300
Educational Opportunity Center 903-457-8706
First Service Alcohol & Drug Education Program 903-450-3951
Glen Oaks Hospital 800-443-1109
Mental health & chemical dependency
Greenville Community Health Center 903-455-5958
CHSA Dental 903-454-6965
Women’s Center of Greenville 903-455-5010
Greenville Housing Authority 903-455-1771
Greenville Police Department 903-457-2900
Habitat for Humanity - Greenville 903-454-7470
Hands of Compassion 903-461-8636 or 903-453-4252
Health Services of North Texas 903-450-4018
Heritage Program for Seniors 903-886-2238
Mental health group counseling for senior adults
Hope Center of Greenville 903-217-5346
Life-skills training, computer classes
Hunt Co. Health Dept. Environmental Services 903-408-4140
Hunt County Children’s Advocacy Center 903-454-9999
Hunt County Head Start 903-457-2680
Hunt Co. Health Dept Medical Services 903-455-4433
Hunt County Juvenile Probation Services 903-455-8555
Hunt County Shared Ministries (FISH) 903-455-0545
Hunt County Sheriff’s Offi ce 903-453-6800
Hunt County Veterans Services 903-454-2552
Hunt Regional Healthcare, Melvin Ray 903-453-6100
Advance directives, Ethics consultation & Mediation
Hunt Regional Medical Center 903-408-5000
Keep Greenville Beautiful 903-455-1986
Lakes Regional Mental Health 903-455-3987
Lakes Regional MR Services 903-455-5770 x1511
Legal Aid of Northwest Texas 800-906-3045
Lions International Sight & Tissue Foundation 972-276-1250
North Texas Youth Connection 903-454-7277
Free crisis counseling for youth 0 - 17 & their family
On Angels’ Wings Respite Care Ministry 903-455-2650
For parents with special needs children - Westview UMC
Parkland Community Health Plan 888-814-2352
(Medicaid & CHIP HMO)
Pharmaceutical Assistance 903-408-1976
Prevention Resource Center 888-PRCTEXX
Region 3 (free info on alcohol, tobacco & drugs)
Providence of Texas 903-455-9090 or 800-297-7986
Child & adolescent case mgmt. & counseling
Raffa Clinic 903-454-9711
FREE - Pregnancy Test - Sonograms - Parenting Classes
Reading & Radio Resource - Audio Books/Radio 800-871-7668
Helping visual, physical, learning disabled & ESL
Senior Center Resources and Public Transit 903-454-1444
Social Security Administration 903-455-1673
Starlite Recovery 800-292-0148
Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults & Adolescents
Texas AgriLIFE Extension - Hunt County 903-455-9885
Texas Dept. of Health & Human Services 903-455-0833
TEXAS HEALTH STEPS - Children’s Medicaid 1-877-847-8377
The Connection Public-Transit 903-454-1444
The Salvation Army 903-455-1875
Thrift Store 903-450-1016
United Way of Hunt County 903-455-7414
Visiting Angels 877-784-3902
Non-Medical Senior Living Assistance
Vitas Innovative Hospice 903-455-0251
W. Walworth Harrison Public Library 903-457-2992
WIC - Women Infants & Children 903-454-4888
Women In Need - Residential (shelter) and Non-Residential
Services to victims of domestic violence
Office 903-455-4612
Hotline (7-24) 903-454-HELP (4357)
Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas 903-454-9350
YMCA of Greenville & Hunt County 903-455-5405

Abuse Hotline 800-252-5400
Alcohol & Drug Abuse 800-246-4673
National Youth Crisis Hotline 800-448-4663
Terrell Police Department 972-551-6622
Runaway Hotline 800-392-3352
Information to help you and your student cope with various stressors and issues:
Parent-taught Driver's Education: 
Approved online driver's education courses for parent-taught:
 A recent study found that over half (study estimated 70%) of Americans are effectively financially illiterate. Which probably isn’t surprising given the fact that many young people are never taught basic financial concepts. For example, only about 20 states require a personal finance class for high school students. So, in an effort to be a part of the solution, we have uploaded a series of guides designed for students and parents that give practical advice on developing and building upon healthy financial habits throughout one's life as well as a comprehensive handbook on credit.

You can see the guides here: