To further knowledge and networking among mental health providers, Cowboy Capital Mental Health Connection has developed several ongoing projects. Contact us for more information about any of these programs.

Our Mission: To Identify and reduce food insecurity and depression in those of age 55 plus in the 76401 and 76402 zip codes.


Program Introduction

Through the Texas Health Resources community impact initiative, Tarleton State University has been awarded the Texans Reducing Food Insecurity & Depression (TFID) grant. TFID intends to address depression and social isolation in the target population, while also addressing access to healthy food.  The funds will help to promote the many partners and projects within this grant to achieve the mission at hand. 

Program Services

Tarleton State University in Partnership with Texas Health Resources will provide:

  • Referral Services
  • Free MBCT Counseling
  • Local Food Bank Enrichment
  • Community Garden
  • Education and Trainings
  • Cooking Classes
  • Eldercare/Caregiver conference
  • Transportation Support

Volunteer Opportunities                           

Texans Reducing Food Insecurity and Depression (TFID) has lots of volunteer opportunities large and small.  If this mission speaks to your heart and you would like to take part, please contact us! 


This project has ended but we are confident we were able to help lots of people through its' efforts! 

"We must see youth as problem solvers — not as problems to be solved."


Cowboy Capital members are working together as a community to provide teens with a system that uses the same language and approach across organizations, ranging from schools to juvenile justice to child welfare and foster care to mental health providers. Paving the Way, a federally funded grant program, is providing the Reaching Teens toolkit to interested member organizations. We will be using it to open community-wide conversations that support trauma-informed, youth-guided services throughout the community. 

Learn More About Reaching Teens

"We need to fully understand the gaps in care so we can work to fill those gaps."


Working with Tarleton State University, Cowboy Capital is developing a needs assessment to gain a greater understanding of current resources and the gaps in mental health care that exist in Erath County.

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Please note: This Web site is not monitored at all times. If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1. For crisis support, call 1-800-772-5987.